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Container Vegetable Gardening Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Container Vegetable Gardening.

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8 Ways to 'Green' Your Kitchen

Greening your life—reducing your impact on the environment—takes a little research and planning. Because the kitchen is the most waste-producing room in an average house, it's a great place to start. The best way to do it is slowly, b...  Read more

How to Grow Your Own Herbs for Cooking

The next time a recipe calls for fresh basil, skip the poor substitute of dried basil, forgo the last-minute dash to the supermarket for some overpriced wilted basil, and just pluck a few tender leaves off of the basil plant you have growing in your...  Read more

A Beginner's Guide to Composting

When organic matter such as leaves, grass clippings and food scraps break down, you get compost, a dark, dirt-like "soil" that is rich in nutrients. Compost happens even without human involvement; for example, the leaves that fall on the fo...  Read more

How to Start an Indoor Herb Garden

Do the changing seasons leave you a little wistful for summer’s wealth of fresh produce? Then keep the growing season going all year by starting an indoor herb garden! Even if you have little experience with plants or very little space to work...  Read more

The Benefits of Growing Your Own Food

Environmentalists have been admonishing us for years to conserve fuel to lessen our impact on the planet. Some of us have taken heed by walking, biking, carpooling, combining trips, or trading in our SUVs for hybrids. While you probably appreciate th...  Read more

House work and gardening fitness
Updated 3/27/2015 4:34:33 PM

As a newbie I am surprised at the emphasis on going to gym/pool. In the winter I do go to the pool but as the good weather arrives my exercise comes from starting and maintaining my lawn, garden, vegetable garden. But it does not seem to be mentioned...  Read more

Are you eating 50% vegetables breakfast, lunch and
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Are you eating 50% vegetables breakfast, lunch and dinner. and more than 3 oz of lean beef, fish or foul and 25% of your lunch and dinner with a grain, pasta or tuber root plant? This is recommended on "My Plate" from dot gov. This got me started lo...  Read more

Are there any vegetables you do like? Try them all
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Are there any vegetables you do like? Try them all in different preparations; raw, roasted, lightly steamed (still crunchy), fully cooked until soft. You might surprise yourself. My kids will eat anything raw or still crunchy, but nothing soggy....  Read more

Ok so i dont really like vegetables ive never real
Updated 3/18/2015 4:06:16 PM

Ok so i dont really like vegetables ive never really ate them. Is there any that taste good? I was tring to eat salads more but i just really dont like lettuce, im thinking about trying to make salads with spinach leaves are they any better?...  Read more

Do mushrooms count as a vegetable?
Updated 3/13/2015 1:43:00 PM

Do mushrooms count as a vegetable?...  Read more

Vegetable garden

Growing your own vegetable garden forces you to eat more vegetables....I have cucumbers and tomatoes growing everywhere! 258...  Read more

Plant a garden wherever you are!

You can plant gardens wherever are and enjoy the fruits of your labor in the freshest vegetables and fruits you can eat. Whether it is a container garden, a garden under lights, or in your back yard, it can also elevate your spirits and provide a li...  Read more

Gardening

Anyone who loves gardening and wants to combine this love with their desire to be fit and healthy!...  Read more

Should You Be Planning a Victory Garden?

Victory Gardens were a popular thing back in the early 1940s. Some referred to them as 'war gardens' while others called them 'food gardens for defense'. In 1943 due to the rationing of canned goods for families, these gardens produced up to 41 perce...  Read more

My Foray into Vegetable Gardening

I've been saying for years that I want to start my own garden.  I love this time of year when farmer's markets open, and each week, and vendors have new things to try.  I always go and think "I'm sure it couldn't be tha...  Read more