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Yorktown, IN

March 23, 2013
9:32 AM

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I'm getting pots or bags for my vegetables this year.I'm curious on what gallon size would work good on them.
spinach,radicchio,baby choi,baby romaine,beefsteak tomato,TX sweet onion & cucumbers(bush & pickler).I hear the larger the better.I was thinking 2,3,or 5 gallon.Any larger & I probably couldn't afford the soil needed to fill each.Would 3 gallon be fine for all?

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