School garden - Knowledgebase Question

Name: lisa holland
Mays Landing, Ne
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Question by art2484
August 26, 2010
Our school started a container garden last year.(We have limited space) Can you suggest some vegetable and flowering plants the students can start in the classroom for Spring planting?

Answer from NGA
August 26, 2010
Most any vegetable and annual flower will adapt to growing in containers so you have lots of choices. Some of the easiest seeds to plant and grow in a classroom situation are green beans, zucchini, carrots, corn, chives, radishes and peas. Marigolds are sturdy flowers, as are zinnias, cosmos and sunflowers. I'm sure there are lots of others you can try. Best wishes with your container gardens.

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