I planted my Earthbox on my balcony with six different herbs and vegetables. The instructions in the box for setting it up are idiot proof, but there are a few other things I wanted to add to them to help people make the most out of the project. Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson. To plant an Earthbox, you need: 1. An earthbox - My mother gave me one as a gift, but you can order one online at www.
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Looking for an instruction manual so you can start growing your favorite plants or assemble your EarthBox accessory? To prepare for the assembly of your EarthBox Gardening System, determine what type and how many plants you plan on growing.
In addition to your EarthBox contents and plants, you will need about four gallons of water, a pair of scissors and peat-based potting mix. Next, choose a location for your EarthBox. Select a sunny spot with a minimum of eight hours of daily sun for warm season crops such as tomatoes, peppers and eggplants.
Select partial shade for cool season crops such as lettuce or spinach. We recommend setting up your EarthBox close to where it will stay for the season.
If you would like to plant seeds directly into the EarthBox, you can easily grow plant varieties like cucumbers, squash, corn and beans. For best results, do not mix different types of plants in the one EarthBox system. Instruction Manuals. Home Instruction Manuals.
Planting an Earth Box