The Q&A Archives: Horseradish In Containers

Question: Can horseradish be planted in a container. If so, what would be the minimum size to accomodate 3 crowns?

Answer: Horseradish has a reputation for spreading, so planting in a container is a really great idea. The plants require rich, moist soil which is easy to provide if you use commercial potting soil, or a mixture of half garden soil and half potting soil. I'd use at least a 5-gallon container; larger if one's available. Be sure the container has adequate drainage holes in the bottom.

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