5 Vegetables that grow in containers easy

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I saw this posted on Pinterest, 5 easy vegetables for beginners to grow in a container. I am not a beginner but I would grow these in my container.

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/433753007841745226/

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I hate that pinterest forces you to have an account to read anything!

That is why I decided to get my account, it's nicer than you think :) I wasn't so sure at first, but I now love it ;) I've found so many good recipes there, as well as a lot good useful tips. Really cool place.
 
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Fantastic to see and such great hope for people with little land to grow things like me. Those zucchinis look so good and healthy.
 
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Pardon me but I don't usually click on links, sorry. Is that zucchini in the photo? How I love to plant that in our garden because my husband likes that in lieu of cucumber. However, I don't think zucchini can grow in a tropical country like the Philippines. However, there are zucchini in the market and when they look fresh, I always buy. The usual cooking is to fry it in margarine to serve as garnishing for meat dishes.
 
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Wow, thank you for posting this link, I want to grow all those vegetables in my apartment:) Just imagining cucumbers growing in my kitchen makes me happy:D
I already have a lot of plants here. Soon, my apartment will start looking like a jungle haha;)
 
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@claudine That's the same thing that came to mind as I pictured the idea being ideal for persons in an apartment kind of set-up or maybe for growing in the kitchen during winter months. The small containers make growing these plants real convenient. I've seen tomatoes and even lemons in this forum. I also hear onions and sweet peppers do extremely well in conditions like these too.
 
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Thanks @amelia88. I refuse to click on any pinterest link (or any site that mandates I "join" to view content.) (n)

I had rainbow chard and kale in containers this year. Also eggplants and cherry tomatoes. They all did great.
 
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That is why I decided to get my account, it's nicer than you think :) I wasn't so sure at first, but I now love it ;) I've found so many good recipes there, as well as a lot good useful tips. Really cool place.

I find it addictive for so many reasons...not just gardening inspiration, but recipes, crafts, home organization...oh boy, I guess you could say I am a little obsessed with it. But I do have a tendency to pin a million and one things and then get overwhelmed at all the projects I want to do!!
 
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I find it addictive for so many reasons...not just gardening inspiration, but recipes, crafts, home organization...oh boy, I guess you could say I am a little obsessed with it. But I do have a tendency to pin a million and one things and then get overwhelmed at all the projects I want to do!!

I have a lot pins as well, but I haven't really tried anything from there yet :( Even the nail art, but I think that is because I need to organize everything a bit better, specially my recipes. I need to organize everything, maybe I should do that today. Are you into DIY projects as well?
 
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@claudine That's the same thing that came to mind as I pictured the idea being ideal for persons in an apartment kind of set-up or maybe for growing in the kitchen during winter months. The small containers make growing these plants real convenient. I've seen tomatoes and even lemons in this forum. I also hear onions and sweet peppers do extremely well in conditions like these too.
Yes, I think it's very convenient:) What can be better than being able to grow delicious vegetables during winter months? I don't have a garden, so I'd grow them in containers all year long:)
I had a lemon tree once, but it didn't bear fruit. We had much more luck with chili peppers:)
 
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Thank you for sharing that link. It is so awesome that anyone can grow vegetables whether you live in an apartment or have a home with an outdoor garden. Those are great vegetables for someone to grow that does not have a outdoor garden area!
 

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