You've tried to grow plants in the past, but it didn't work out. You chalked it up to the fact that you just have a brown thumb. That's all there is to it.
I'm here to tell you that it's not your fault!
That brown thumb that you thought you had... it's not because you can't grow plants. It's because you were given the wrong information. You read all of the blog posts and tried all of the fancy gadgets and tools that were supposed to make gardening easier. Those crunchy brown leaves that your last lettuce crop turned into isn't because you are terrible. Those tomato plants that were ravaged by hornworms? Not your fault either!
There is so much information out there about what you should be doing to get the biggest tomatoes, juiciest cucumbers, the crispest lettuce or the sweetest beets. It's easy to become overwhelmed and feel like you can't possibly grow vegetables. This is especially true when you look over your neighbor's fence and see the perfectly manicured vegetable garden that she has. You don't have that kind of space for a massive garden. What if I told you that you can outgrow her perfectly manicured garden, in containers?
Learn all of the details that other gardeners aren't telling you
Learn the BEST varieties for containers.
Identify and treat for common pests and diseases.
Save money by starting your own seeds.
Stop wasting time with plants that will never grow!
Your next-door neighbor's garden always looks amazing. There's no hiding that. You may have even asked her a time or two what she does that makes her garden look so amazing because you can't seem to grow anything. She may have given you some tips to try, but your tomatoes ended up with yellow, wilted leaves despite your best efforts.
She's not giving you the juicy details that you need to grow amazing plants!
Look, vegetable plants are simple. Put them in the right container, give them rich soil, water and sunlight and they'll be good to go.
You just need to know the basic information about growing in containers, and no one has showed up to give it to you until now!
Here's why you need this eBook, like, yesterday...
You'll learn the key information about growing edible vegetables in containers that no one else is giving you. Container gardening is different than growing in a garden bed and you need to know what those differences are!
Learn why you SHOULD be growing vegetables in containers and which varieties will give you the best results
Determine the BEST plants to grow in containers, both inside and outside
Learn how to grow year-round vegetables (I bet your neighbor with the perfect garden can't do that!)
Get all of the facts about plant nutrition, fertilizer and how to feed your plants properly
Identify common plant diseases and learn how to treat them quickly, easily and cheaply
Identify common plant pests and learn how to prevent and get rid of them
Discover why you should use companion planting, even for small containers
Get the skills that you need to start your own healthy seeds to save money and grow better plants
Here's what other gardeners are saying
" I don't have a ton of space to grow vegetables. I only have a small patio, so I thought that growing vegetables at home was something that was out of my reach. I started looking into growing vegetables at home when the coronavirus pandemic made it extremely difficult to find some of the fresh foods that I wanted. I found Shelby's book and realized that not only do I have plenty of space to grow vegetables, but I can grow them all year long. I've started growing spinach since it's been hard to find lately and it's coming up so dark green and pretty! I never thought that I would be able to grow vegetables! If you think you're limited on space or you'll kill everything that you try to grow, give this book a chance and try it out!" -L. Yopp
"I've tried to grow a few vegetable plants before. I didn't kill them, but they weren't exactly great either. I won't mention the sad little lettuce plants that I tried to grow that bloomed... Who knew that lettuce could bloom?? After I read Think Inside the Box, I learned why my lettuce bloomed (and how to keep it from happening again). I'm so thankful to have all of this information now so that I can try again." -B. Shearon
"I've bought similar books before. It was ok. I learned a few tips but not as much as I was hoping. When I read this book, I was so surprised! Most vegetable gardening books give you the basic information... add fertilizer, water properly, make sure they have sunlight, etc. But Think Inside the Box actually breaks down the why and how. She explains plant nutrition in a way that actually makes sense. Now, when I buy fertilizer, I know what my plant needs to a T. No more guessing when it comes to gardening. She really cuts the fluff. It's like taking an entire gardening course." -T. Stewart
Shelby DeVore is the founder of the popular homesteading blog, Farminence. She started gardening over 20 years ago. Growing up in rural west Tennessee, gardening wasn't just a hobby, but a way of life. She developed a passion for gardening and growing fresh vegetables at home. When she graduated high school and moved to college, she went from having a ton of space for a garden to having a small patio in an apartment. She quickly learned how to keep growing vegetables even though her space was limited. Shelby also has a Master's degree in agriculture and spent five years teaching plant science classes before she retired early to run Farminence full-time. She understands the science behind growing healthy plants and has made it her mission to make this common knowledge again. She enjoys revealing the 'secrets' to gardening that make it simple to grow amazing vegetables, no matter where you live or the amount of space you have.