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Herbs In A Pot

You don't need a garden to plant these fruits and vegetables

By David A. Silver

Plants and herbs can be grown indoors, tooSome gardening is for the birds. I mean this in a good way. Your birds will enjoy the many vegetables and herbs that you can grown on a the windowsill or in pots outdoors. There are many advantages to growing vegetables in containers. You can plant more vegetables into a given growing area than you can in a garden. It saves a lot of space, and it saves your back as well because there is virtually no weeding. With limited sunshine in my yard, I can even move pots as needed to catch more sun. I even saved some of my outdoor vegetables from an impending hail storm by moving the pots to a sheltered area!

**For the full article, pick up the  November 2008 issue of BIRD TALK**

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