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One Colorful Container Garden

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Post by Lobo on Thu 19 May 2016, 8:07 pm

One Colorful Container Garden
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By P. Allen Smith

With this easy assortment, all you need is mozzarella and vinegar, and you’ll be snacking on fresh, homegrown caprese all summer long. So snip some basil, pluck a ripe tomato and some sweet peppers, and put something delicious together. Download a PDF “recipe card” of this colorful container garden design.

Ingredients:
1 container, 24″ diameter
1 purple basil plant
1 sweet snack-sized pepper plant + stake
1 cascading yellow cherry tomato plant

Directions:
Plant according to the image above. Place the container on a high step, wall, or edge of a deck to give the tomatoes room to cascade (without touching the ground).

By P. Allen Smith

With this easy assortment, all you need is mozzarella and vinegar, and you’ll be snacking on fresh, homegrown caprese all summer long. So snip some basil, pluck a ripe tomato and some sweet peppers, and put something delicious together. Download a PDF “recipe card” of this colorful container garden design.

Ingredients:
1 container, 24″ diameter
1 purple basil plant
1 sweet snack-sized pepper plant + stake
1 cascading yellow cherry tomato plant

Directions:
Plant according to the image above. Place the container on a high step, wall, or edge of a deck to give the tomatoes room to cascade (without touching the ground).

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