Single Container Veggie Garden from Sunset!

one pot garden   'Early Girl ' tomaSto, 'Purple Ruffles' basil, garlic chives, and jalapeƱo chiles all have a spot in our large galvanized planter.

Leave enough space: Giving each plant enough room to grow is key. Use a large container with drainage holes, or drill your own; our trough measured roughly 2 feet tall by 2 feet wide by 3 feet long.
Get a good start: Set it in a location that gets six to eight hours of sun a day, and fill it with fresh potting mix.
After any chance of frost has passed, start plants fromseedlings in 4-inch pots—we grew one tomato, one chile, three chives, and four basil plants—and keep soil evenly moist.
In just a few months, you’ll have enough produce for an endless combination of dishes.


John strapped his receiver tightly on his upper arm. He was ready to finish this game and finally claim victory. The sun had set...