The house owners can use the empty space in the backyard garden to raise a lot of vegetables which are edible. Thus, they can plant their own vegetables. Besides planting the vegetables directly to the soil in the backyard garden, the house owners can also get the inspiration of the unusual idea for example the container gardening vegetables. The container gardening vegetables are proven to be the smart solution for those who deal with the small space of vegetable garden. This will not make any problem and the vegetables can still grow well since planting the vegetables don’t need the outsize space.
There are so many choices of material for the vegetables container and the house owners have the freedom to take the suitable one. Wood, clay, metal and even plastic materials for the vegetables container. They can decide one of them that next put some in the garden, or they can possibly take several materials.
To plant the vegetables in the containers, the house owners have to prepare the containers in good condition, the fertile soil and the seeds of vegetables. The clay containers might work better. The first step, the house owners fill the containers with the soil, and then put on the seeds of vegetables. Water the seeds but don’t get too much and locate the containers in the area where there is much sunlight. After that, let the vegetables grow. Since the containers can get easily dry, the house owners needs to water it regularly. Use the liquid fertilizer too in order to make the well growth.
To prevent the insects, it is recommended to spray the vegetables with the horticultural oil. Thus, the insects will not disturb the growth of vegetables.
The house owners can choose which vegetables they want to grow up. Lettuce, spinach and broccoli can be the green vegetables choices. Carrots and peppers can also be raised in the containers. They can also combine some vegetables in one container so that there will be several kinds of vegetable. Within this way, they can save the containers as well. For instance, lettuce and broccoli or spinach and lettuce.