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  1. Jill
    Jill at |

    I love that you have pictures with your growing recommendations. I’m looking forward to growing many if not all of these in pots this next year. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. Ive Anderson
    Ive Anderson at |

    Love the article. Most of my seeds are in pots!!!

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  3. Letica
    Letica at |

    Excellent information……………………Now I can grow them easily

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  4. rajalakshmi
    rajalakshmi at |

    it is nice to see but How to start

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  5. john weir
    john weir at |

    We have a terrible time in Brisbane growing tomatoes –how do we beat the fruit flies?

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    1. Nancy Moonen
      Nancy Moonen at |

      I do this when I have fruit flies in my house and it works! Take a small glass glass, fill it about half full with apple cider vinegar and add 2 – 3 drops of liquid dish washing detergent. Then just leave on the counter around the area where the fruit flies are. You will be surprised at how many will be dead in the bottom of that glass when you check it later on! Change the vinegar every couple of weeks until there is no more activity. Good luck!

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  6. mano
    mano at |

    Nice.. Easy to implement it.

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  7. lisa Chadwick-Firman
    lisa Chadwick-Firman at |

    fantastic Farhan, thank you! :)

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  8. Amanda Lynn
    Amanda Lynn at |

    Masha’Allah.

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  9. Kathy
    Kathy at |

    Hi there, fantastic list, really comprehensive! I’ve got my own infographic done up on this, specifically for the Australian climate. Ive included a few here you might not have thought of! Check it out: http://bit.ly/1lEOvtA

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  10. kimberly
    kimberly at |

    Hi,
    What is the approximate diameter of the pots you use?

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  11. Kathy
    Kathy at |

    I would probably agree with most of these for my climate (Australia) – but not all of them! I haven’t had any success with either eggplants or cucumbers in pots, but have had great success with things like Leeks, Capsicum and Chillies! Ive got a great info graphic of my top 10 veggies to grow in pots on my blog if you’re interested! http://bit.ly/1rn7Qkt

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    1. Amy
      Amy at |

      I have horrible luck with eggplant in the garden but last year I grew more Japanese eggplant (the longer thin ones – one plant per 18″ back plastic pot) than I knew what to do with. Just a word of advice: build a strong staking structure before they get going or you’ll never be able to hold them up. I ended up having to put the pots on the lawn and stake around the outside of the pot because my cage in the pot wasn’t adequate.

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  12. sanaullah bukhari
    sanaullah bukhari at |

    wao great work

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  13. Beth B
    Beth B at |

    My green or red bell peppers, squash and cucumbers never did well in containers, and I have tried 2 yrs in a row. Tomatoes have done well, as well as hot peppers, sage, basil and mint.

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  14. usman
    usman at |

    Nice to know almost all main veges can be grown in containers. Thanks.

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