Can peas grow in hanging baskets?
Considering this, what vegetables can be grown in hanging baskets?
Eggplants, strawberries, small peppers, cherry tomatoes, and lettuce are all good candidates. Chives, mustard greens, cabbage, and many herbs are naturals for hanging baskets, as are the always popular strawberry plants.
Subsequently, question is, can peas grow down? Many gardeners have found that plants grown upside down actually end up producing more fruit than the same varieties grown on the ground. Peas are cool-weather annuals meaning that they can be planted and grown throughout mild cold weather. When your plants are about 3″ tall, transplant into your upside down planter.
Regarding this, can tomatoes be grown in hanging baskets?
You can not grow regular tomato plants. Only the varieties of cherry tomatoes do well in hanging baskets—'hundreds and thousands' (UK variety) are highly productive, and its mini tomatoes taste great as well. It grows bush-like and trails down nicely in hanging baskets.
What is the best food for hanging baskets?
Good quality composts such as a moisture controlling compost contain slow-release plant foods that will feed your plants for up to 6 months. Most other composts will run out of steam early and weekly feeding will be necessary if your plants are to flourish throughout the summer and autumn.