Vegetable patio planters are a must for those who want to marry food and gardening. So where better to look than the Observer Food Monthly. However, it is far from this website's purpose to even lean towards the political. So we'll keep this neutral, but we thought we would share this with you. Enter, Sarah Brown demonstrating that she is clearly a lady of taste, using the original Haxnicks Vegetable Patio Planter. Enjoy...
Vegetable Patio Planters
Specially designed for use on patios, balconies and in small gardens, each pack of Vegetable Patio Planters contains three planters of different depths - deep, medium and shallow - ideal for different types of vegetables. So, it will be great for courgettes, tomatoes, salads, herbs, pumpkins, spring onions, radishes etc. There really ins't much you can't grow in one of these containers.
Made of a tough polythene with reinforced drainage holes and handles on each side they fold flat for easy storage and can be reused again, and again. Each pack comes with a helpful growing guide with lots of handy advice including a list of varieties suitable for each container and how many to plant in each.
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