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Urban Farming: How Restaurants Can Grow Food In Pots

Close your eyes and imagine sitting at a table on a restaurant patio watching the sun go down over the city. Although the night throbs with the usual urban clamor, the sound of doors slamming and taxis honking, the air around you is fragrant with the soothing scent of lavender and the earthy aromas of rosemary, thyme, and sage. Bees buzz from stem to stem, busy at their work, as one of the chefs snips off salad leaves for your starter.

Sounds pretty idyllic, right? Well, introduce pots and planters to your establishment, and you can benefit from freshly grown produce, too.

Cultivating fruits, vegetables, and herbs in containers is surprisingly simple, bringing fresh, delicious flavor to your dishes and adding to the overall ambiance of your interior and exterior decor. And don’t let a lack of space put you off — just one or two pots behind the kitchen, on a windowsill, or dotted around your dining area can still produce a bounty of home-grown goodness.

To help, we’ve put together this handy guide, covering everything from the benefits of urban farming to what edible plants thrive best in containers. Let’s grow!

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