I tried reaching for the stars with my window planters and going big with tomatoes, thai peppers, wax beans, and tons of herbs. The herbs did wonderful in every size bottle, although the 16oz bottles were difficult to keep properly watered. The tomatoes in the one and two liter bottles needed either more space or to be cut back and trained to grow smaller. I chose not to train them just to see what happened but I only got one tomato. I’m going to cut them back to promote a smaller plant next time. The Thai peppers were okay but I didn’t get nearly the yield that an outdoor plant would get, I’m going to try using a grow lamp to extend the hours of direct light. The beans did well. Not as good as outdoors but definitely the best of all the larger type plants. The hangers gave them a great base to climb and grow. In the future I’m going to get rid of all the planters except two liter sized ones.
Organic gardening continues to be a rising trend in the u.s., so ferry morse has responded with seeds that are used certified 100-percent organically grown, stored and packaged. The seeds are produced under the rigorous standards set forth by the certified organic farmers. Beans, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, corn, lettuce, okra, onions, peas, peppers, squash, tomatoes and watermelon