Vegetable Gardens pots: Drop one or two seeds in each hole, then cover with a thin layer of potting soil. A faster option: Use your fingers to gently tease the roots apart before planting. This way the roots will be able to spread easily into the new soil. #vegetables #gardening #startingagarden
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Plant pot too heavy? Buy a bag of foam packing peanuts (available at office supply stores). Fill the pot one-third to one-half full of peanuts, cover with landscape fabric and then add soil. This cuts the weight and saves money, since peanuts cost less than good potting soil. However, a smaller amount of soil means more frequent watering. To slow evaporation, cover the soil with wood mulch.
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Prepare the pot... Place one uncracked raw egg in the pot — as it decomposes, it will serve as a natural fertilizer — and cover with soil. Read more: How to Plant a Vegetable Garden - Herb Gardening - Redbook
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