Gardening is making a comeback and we have been asked by many of our readers to help them find Made in USA garden planters. Here are some we think you will love. These planters are great for anyone who wants to garden especially those with limited space or those who do not want to garden the traditional way.
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This is great for even small yards, yet large enough to grow quite a few vegetables, herbs or flowers. You can stack two of these on top of one another to make the height of them 21 inches. Of course, you will have to buy 2 of them to
Here is an interesting product. Not only is it a vertical planter that holds up to 50 plants saving you lots of space or allowing you to grow a lot more food in smaller paces, but it is also a composted for your kitchen scraps. You can make your own composted rich soil and have less trash for the landfills. Grow your fruits, vegetables, herbs,
Here is a budget-friendly and versatile stacking planter system with 5 large 18 inches in diameter stackable planters. Allows you to grow just about any kind of vegetables and flowers you want. Perfect for cascading flowers and strawberries and can be used to grow several types of herbs, flowers, and vegetables. Easily grown on a small outdoor deck in your backyard or so many other places. The pots are connected so when you water one plant, the water flows into all plants. Oh so easy and its Made in the USA.
This is the green EarthBox container, but they do come in a variety of colors. The price is right on this product and is oh so easy to use. It is easy to assemble and you can order the optional wheels that make it easy to move around your yard, porch, patio or deck. They make other items to use Add your soil, put in the plant food, put on the cover, cut the holes for the seeds, put the seeds in water and watch it grow. No weeding, no maintenance and easy to grow a variety of herbs fruits and vegetable.
I am currently growing strawberries and garlic and have grown, corn, cabbage, onions, carrots, pumpkins, squash, zucchini, kale bell peppers, hot peppers, green beans, snap peas, lettuce, cabbage, carrots, tomatoes and much more. I personally own more than 20 EarthBoxes and many of them are more than 15 years old. Store them in a shed or covered area over the winter after draining the water and they will last longer. You only have to replace the soil once every three years. Use the old soil in your composter and make even better soil the following year.