what can be grown in 10" pots?
They are basically the normal circular, plastic garden pots.
I'm wondering what I can grow in them without stressing out the plant and/or making it undersized
The ideas I have are listed below....
With stuff like arugula, sorrel, and spinach I am wondering how many plants I can get in the pot without overcrowding them.
Arugula/sorrel/spinach are so small (even at maturity)
that it'll be really easy for me to put too many of them in
too small of a space, so I could use advice with this.
I was wondering if I could do radicchio and small sized Chinese cabbages (mini varieties that are about 3/4 of a lb. to a 1 lb. per plant) or would a 10" pot just be too small for them.
If the depth of the pot isn't 'ideal' (12" is what I know is recommended for root veggies) the soil less mix I have will compensate for that.