Container Gardening: Salsa
Container gardening is fun and easy, and it doesn’t have to be limited to flowers – container gardens are the perfect way to grow your own salsa ingredients! Learn this vegetable gardening trick that will have you enjoying fresh, homemade salsa.
This summer, enjoy fresh salsa ingredients, even if you don't have a garden. It's easy to grow a salsa garden in a container. The foundation of any salsa is tomatoes. Grow tomatoes in a separate pot since these tend to be larger plants. Buy a determinant type, such as Roma, which will stay smaller. In a separate pot, put in onions, peppers, then cilantro. These plants do well in containers. Water and fertilize regularly, keep in a sunny spot, and soon you'll be enjoying your own fresh home grown salsa.
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