Conservatory Vegetable Planters
Vegetable Planters can be used to grow a wide range of vegetables - so even if you have only got a small corner in your garden or a free spot on the patio, you have the potential to grow your own vegetables. Many varieties can be successfully grown - asparagus, chard, cherry tomatoes, runner beans, spinach etc. vegetables that take up little space (such as carrots, lettuce, radishes) or those that crop for long periods (tomatoes or peppers). All you need to remember when growing veg in planter is that you need to water them frequently, especially as they mature and start to crop. Ensure the planters have adequate drainage to pre vent over watering and ideally add a slow release fertiliser to the compost when you plant up your planters.