Incredible Vegetables From Self-Watering Containers
Edward C. Smith | 272 pages | ISBN, 1580175562, 978-1580175562 | PDF | 163 MB
Shiny green cucumbers; firm, juicy tomatoes; baby lettuces handpicked one salad at a time these are the tasty benefits of the backyard vegetable garden. But earth gardens are a lot of work. They require a plot of plantable land and a significant time commitment to sowing, watering, weeding, and tending each plant.
Is there a solution? Self-watering containers allow vegetable gardeners from the casual weekender interested in a tomato plant or two to the very dedicated gardener with limited space to grow richly producing plants in a controlled, low-maintenance environment.