Container Garden Seeds
The Container Garden range consists of vegetable varieties that are ideally suited to growing in pots or containers, making veggie growing attainable for those with the smallest garden, patio or balcony. These are varieties that require less space to thrive and can be sown more densely, and their root system is shallower, requiring less soil depth.Read more Close
Whether you live in an apartment or lack garden space, container vegetable gardening can be a practical solution to satisfy your green thumb. The secret to easy container vegetable gardening is choosing the right varieties of plants that thrive under less space, have shallow root systems and can be sown densely. It’s also important to choose the right container for the job, quality soil, good fertiliser and a space with natural light.
The perfect pot plant garden patch
At Mr Fothergill’s, you’ll find an extensive container garden seed collection to start growing fresh herbs, vegetables, fruits and flowers at home. Plants that best suit a container environment are those that have a compact root system or a climbing habit. You’ll find a great range of container vegetable seeds from Mr Fothergill’s, including eggplant, zucchini, tomatoes, cucumbers, cauliflower, spinach and chilli. Paired with a pot with good drainage, quality soil and fed with fertiliser, container vegetable seeds will thrive and fruit just like their bigger garden relatives.
Shop container vegetable seeds from Mr Fothergill’s
The Mr Fothergill’s range of container vegetable seeds undergoes rigorous germination testing to ensure they meet the highest quality standards. Buy Mr Fothergill’s container vegetable seeds at all good garden centres, major hardware stores or from our easy-to-navigate online store today!
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If you're short on space or perhaps live in an apartment, you've most likely settled on the idea that you can't have a garden. Well let me introduce you to ‘Container Gardening’ and how you too can grow your own crop of vegetables or even a garden full of flowers.
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