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People with a common interest of growing fruit, vegetables, herbs, tropicals etc in containers so they can be moved indoors/outdoors with the seasonal changes or a relocation.

The group photo is a section of My family's Container Garden In Fort Walton Beach, Florida back in 2004

With todays economy and the cost of food why not grow a bit of your own? Are you in an apartment or condo, in temporary housing situations? A garden in containers that you can take with you to your next home just may be the answer. On top of that you'll have the benefits of really fresh produce and be able to control what kind of fertilizer you use! What could be better than fresh and organic fruits and vegetables you pick yourself right there in the comfort of your own home?

So come on into our container garden. Pull up a chair or bench and join into the discussions. We'd love to hear what you grow on a window sill, a deck, your back porch, patio, balcony, mixed in amongst the permanent garden residents or for curb appeal by your front entry  Everyone's welcome!

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4 years ago (38 replies) |
Last reply by Krista : Hey Jo, seen you around the site and in my stars. I just went and checked the host's page and she hasn't had any comments since 2009. The last time anybody posted here was 3 years ago, which I didn't notice when I posted... more»
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Last reply by Past Member : Those are incredibly good resources. Someone has finally answered my question I have been seeking for over a year now! Thank you! ... more»
8 years ago (1 reply) |
Last reply by Past Member : I wish I could have some cool things growing in my pots but not too successful so far. I had some mushrooms growing in the soil of a new grape plant I bought. But the plant is just a stem now. ... more»
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