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Make a potato pot by cutting out the sides of a pot and putting it inside another pot. Lift the inner pot to harvest the potatoes.

Make a potato pot by cutting out the sides of a pot and putting it inside another pot. Lift the inner pot to harvest the potatoes.

Yes, you CAN grow full, plump ears of corn in a small garden! Start with an appropriate variety, prepare the site properly, understand corn pollination, plant in blocks, learn to hand pollinate (it's super easy!), and protect from wildlife. Learn the details here, and you'll be picking beautiful ears of corn from your own backyard.:

Yes, you CAN grow full, plump ears of corn in a small garden! Start with an appropriate variety, prepare the site properly, understand corn pollination, plant in blocks, learn to hand pollinate (it's super easy!), and protect from wildlife. Learn the details here, and you'll be picking beautiful ears of corn from your own backyard.:

You don't need a big vineyard to grow grapes, you can do this even on your balcony in a pot. Growing grapes in containers is not very complicated though it requires slight care and maintenance. Check out!

You don't need a big vineyard to grow grapes, you can do this even on your balcony in a pot. Growing grapes in containers is not very complicated though it requires slight care and maintenance. Check out!

6 Awesome Tips for Growing Carrots in Your Garden - Growing carrots is pretty easy if you know what to do. These gardening tips will help you grow a great crop of your own!

6 Awesome Tips for Growing Carrots in Your Garden - Growing carrots is pretty easy if you know what to do. These gardening tips will help you grow a great crop of your own!

Tomatoes are a staple for most gardeners and for the most part, they're pretty easy to grow. But knowing how to plant tomatoes properly will give them a very solid start in your vegetable garden.

Tomatoes are a staple for most gardeners and for the most part, they're pretty easy to grow. But knowing how to plant tomatoes properly will give them a very solid start in your vegetable garden.