Potted plants add color, texture, beauty and versatility to your indoor and outdoor spaces. Here's everything you need to know about container gardening.

Grow a Bowl of Salad in Pots

Salad greens are among the easiest vegetables to grow, require little space and mature in a few weeks. Here's how to nurture a healthy "salad bowl" close to your kitchen.

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Top Tip: Cut and Come Again

While it is possible to grow traditional "headed" lettuce in containers, you will get more salad from the space, and a more attractive effect, if you choose leaves that grow back after cutting.

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