What are the easiest plants to grow in containers?
by this I mean, like a container garden on a patio.
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Depending on where you live (weather) and how much sun/shade your patio has there are some great patio plants.
We have had a lot of luck with: Hot Peppers, Tomatoes, Herbs, Squash, Gourds, Egg Plant, Celery, Lemmon Grass, Cabbage and Ginger.
Not as much luck with Carrots, Garlic, Onions or Peas but I think that was more to do with the lack of water then anything.
Incredible Vegetables from Self-Watering Containers by Edward C. Smith is a wonderful resource.
I will list what I have had success with:
Basil, cilantro, jalepena peppers, lime tree, lemon tree.
We love to grow kids favorite plant the TickleMe Plant in the classroom.
See video! http://www.ticklemeplant.com
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