Frankly, I don't know. However, you don't mention the size, depth et cetera of the container. I imagine if you had a big enough container with enough drainage, plus the right sort of soil mix, you could. Whether it'd be worth it is another matter. Why don't you try it and find out.
Yep, they can, probably not commercially, but for home use they tend to produce superior results. One of my favourites for growing in tubs was spuds. A well drained 45 gallon water butt raised off the ground, a layer of peat based compost, half a dozen seed potatoes, layer of compost. as the stems grow, keep topping up with compost until you reach the top, gives you spuds all the way down. With carrots and beet you will need quite large pots, about 15 inches diameter, sow quite thickly and use the thinnings as they grow. Carrots can be sown with spring onion seed or onion sets, helps to keep carrot root fly at bay.
yes...this is possible to plant carrots and beets in containers..you can plant this at your garden or balcony.. really try this !
by Liz Elias 15 months ago
I have zero idea how this happened! If I still lived in Pacifica, I'd understand it completely. There, we had such miserable, rocky soil that I could've gone into business selling ballast for ships!! I even had a carrot come up once that was 3-pronged, with a rock in the...
by Dennis Hoyman 4 years ago
Why is my hubpages account no one is viewing? I havesn't been on hubpages for a while because of illness haves hubpages change?
by Marissa 6 years ago
What vegetables can be planted in fall or winter to be harvested in spring?
by Alan 4 years ago
What will you plant in your garden this year?Flowers, vegetables, maybe some shrubs or fruit trees? What will you plant this year?
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