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Neccessity is the mother of invention! When garden funds ran low, my desire to grow food blossomed, and this project was born. Traditionally, small newspaper pots are used ...
Most of this stuff was either free or laying around our house. I'd say we spent about about $50 for the plant and some of the compost mix ...
If you're planning to grow anything that produces fruit, you'll need a site that gets at least 6 hours of sun daily.
We used a big plastic pot for the job. The inner circle of bamboo was formed around the pot. Another row of bamboo was created about 2" outside ...
CAREFULLY layer newspaper in the bottom of the pot, at least 10 layers thick. Then place newspaper between the inside and outside rows of bamboo, also 10 layers ...
You can use old broken ceramic or plastic pots, sticks, plastic bottles or aluminum cans in the bottom of the pot. This helps cut down on the amount ...
After removing grapefruit tree from the pot, remove at least an inch of soil on all sides. Agitate the roots to help improve the transition to their new ...
Finally, keep adding bamboo until the newspaper is no longer visible. Cut bamboo to the desired height. In the future, if I want to make this pot ...
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