As you know, I’m growing all my spuds in containers this year as it’s quick and easy to do.
Luckily, I managed to cover them up when a hard frost hit so they all survived (unlike last year!). So far, I’m enjoying a bumper crop (see my previous posts on the subject).
While there are a lot of great veggies you can easily learn to grow, if you are hoping that you can discover how to plant and grow potatoes then you’ll be delighted that this is quite a bit easier than you might have thought it would be.
Here’s a handy video showing you how to go about it the correct way…
Once you start checking out how it works, you are going to discover that you can get a lot of help right over the web. This is how the latest generation of beginner gardeners are learning their craft. You can start potatoes pretty easily because they will start from the eye of one potato plant and that means this is an excellent choice.
We all want to be able to have great looking potatoes from our garden, so be sure that you put in the work to discover great tips to help you in your efforts to succeed in gardening.
Once you get started, you are going to find out that this is a fantastic vegetable because it has so many uses. There are fried potatoes, mashed potatoes, lots of casseroles and a whole host of other dishes that potatoes can be used from.
Keep in mind, too, that you will generally be able to grow far more than you can eat, unless you have a huge family. That means you can share with friends and neighbours, like I do!