first time to try fruit planting in containers - Knowledgebase Question

Cypress, TX (Zone 8B)
Question by erdmickey
April 10, 2005
First time, trying fruit planting in a container, and first fime ever planting fruit. I purchase 4-5

Answer from NGA
April 10, 2005



Use a standard potting soil. For tomatoes a 5 gallon size container is minimum. For strawberries a 2 gallon container is fine, but you will likely do better planting several plants in a larger container. For additional question about fruits and vegetables please submit them to the website one at a time. The more specific the question the better we can provide a thorough answer. Good luck with your new gardening venture! Take time to learn and try new things and you will get better every season. Let us know how else we can help!

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