Seeds in Sun & Crops in Pots – From Garden Shed to Plate
What do you think scored the highest and lowest in a NZ Gardener magazine survey (2010) for the most loved vegetables and the most hated? Check these out and see if you agree or disagree:
Top 5 most loved vegetables were:
Top 5 most hated vegetables were:
- Brussel sprouts (no surprises there though we love them!)
- Broad beans
What we love about these lists is love them or hate them every single one of these loved or unloved vegetables can all be grown from seed in your very own garden shed.
To help nature along install natural light clear roof panels to assist seed propagation. Edible plants need light and plenty of it so have a think about where your ingenious garden shed should go. It’s all about location, location, location to catch the best of the days rays.
Crops in pots are another great idea and super productive. You can create a real oasis of nutritious delights right there in your back yard just with a collection of colourful containers. You start the seeds off in your very own little hothouse garden shed and transport outdoors or you can keep them all warm and watered in your shed. Because of the natural light clear roof panels letting in all that glorious light and warmth, production in your shed speeds up.
What could be easier and a whole heap of fun than creating your own delicious garden feast from start to finish?