Growing Zucchini in a Bag
Zucchinis are so easy to grow you don't even need a pot, let alone space in the garden. A large, well-made plastic bag can contain enough soil to keep a single zucchini plant happy and productive.
- Excerpted from How to Grow Practically Everything
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Add Layer of Mulch
Firm the plants in and water them well. To help retain moisture, cover the soil with a thick mulch of chipped bark or organic matter. Water every day during summer, and feed weekly with a tomato fertilizer. The plants grow rapidly, and will soon form large golden flowers that develop into tasty zucchinis.
Excerpted from How to Grow Practically Everything
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