Despite having land available to me, it's not really suitable for growing anything (the biggest being my landlord, and the second biggest being my landlord's lawn service). This past spring, I got around that by growing my first vegetables in containers. The lettuces and bell peppers positively thrived. The beets and carrots, however, were pitiful and got me the "see, I told you you were crazy" look from my detractors. I'm starting to think about what seeds to order for next spring, and I'm wondering if there are any ideas/tricks to growing carrots in containers. I plan to pick them when they're young, and have "true baby carrots" instead of the mature carrots whittled down to thumb size. I can't seem to find info on carrots in containers, but I can't find anything that says "Don't grow carrots in containers" either.
Take care of the sense, and the sounds will take care of themselves.
~ Lewis Carroll