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My mom gardens, and so do my il's, so I have picked up some knowledge from them. This will be my first year doing it alone, though. We're in a townhouse right now so I don't really have the space for a vegetable garden and our landscaping is controlled by the HoA, but I'm taking on some container herb gardening. I'm really excited and glad to have a place I can share and hopefully, learn some tips.
Yay! You can do veggies in containers as well - think peppers and tomatoes. I'd give it a try.
Last summer my habanero pepper plant was still producing peppers full tilt in September and I was worried about frost so I transplanted it into a pot and kept it inside until the winter. Habanero peppers have sticky leaves (who knew?) that kept falling on my wood floors and leaving an icky residue so I decided to toss the plant outside when I got sick of it. But the plant seemed to do just fine in the pot.