Added by on 2016-08-11

Indoor Gardening Growing a Vegetable Tree Build a vegetable tree to grow crops by taking two 2 X 12 boards 6 feet in length for the backboard. Fasten a half circle of concrete reinforcing wire to the boards. Line the half cylinder with black plastic film, and fill with light planting soil mixture. Early in the season, it can be turned into a lettuce tree by slitting the plastic and setting in lettuce transplants. Plant two tomato plants that will drape down from the top later in the season. Plant two cucumber plants halfway down the vegetable tree that will end up of covering the base. Drainage can be a challenge when growing an indoor vegetable garden. Many sizes and types of trays, and saucers can by purchased at your local garden center, to catch extra water draining from your pots and containers. Small Space Indoor Vegetable Gardening Do not let a limit of outdoor space get you down, take your gardening skills to new heights by growing vertically. Taking full advantage of vertical space by growing vegetables upwards in place of downwards. Cover a balcony or patio wall with a bean vine. Attach planter boxes for draping plants such as cherry tomatoes or cucumbers. Keep in mind, the more roots are restricted, they need additional watering and nutrients. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow To Grow An Apple Tree From Seeds – Growing Apples Fruits – Planting Dwarf Fruit Trees – JazevoxGardening for Beginners – How to Sucessfully Plant a Fruit Tree in Your BackyardMy Secret To Huge Fruit Tree & Berry HarvestsINCREDIBLE 200+ FRUIT TREE & URBAN GARDEN IN PHOENIX ARIZONAEvery Home Garden Should Have this Fruit TreeIndoor Vegetable Growing Contest Update & Miscellaneous

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3 Comments

  • Rusky shackleford 1 year ago

    wow as beautiful as you.

  • Rusky shackleford 1 year ago

    wow as beautiful as you.

  • Debbie Thomas 1 year ago

    Think we're missing something here. Where is this veggie & fruit tree (according to title)? According to the description, a structure promoting companion/spacing saving planting but no where to be seen in the video. All individual plants in pots.