Growing vines in containers is fun if you use the right kind of support and select the best plants. Discover four of the best flowering vines for containers and learn how to grow them.
You can grow most vegetables in pots, but few as easily as peppers. Though any variety will succeed, these peppers for patio pots are the best ones—flavorful, fun and productive.
A recent Twitter exchange involved several definitions of “real” farmers. It showed me that some people obviously don’t understand what we do or why.
Build this dolly to easily move heavy containers across porches, patios, decks or other flooring surfaces. Excerpted from “Container Gardening Complete.”
Autumn is the best time for forcing flower bulbs to bloom in late winter. Learn how you can pot up bulbs to force them to bloom when the snow is flying.
It takes only a few minutes to build, but this DIY planter shelf is useful and attractive. Use it to grow herbs, veggies and flowers.
Liven up your next barbecue with this adorable succulent planter. All you need is a repurposed Bundt pan, a few plants and your imagination.
A milk crate garden is a great way to grow a lot of produce in a small space. Plantable, stackable and cute, repurposed milk crates grow great gardens.
Want a petite watermelon plant for a container garden? Sugar pot watermelon produces 8-pound fruits on compact vines that grow beautifully in patio pots.