Container gardening opens up lots of opportunities for growing virtually anything, anywhere with very little extra work.
The containers I use vary in size depending on what I am going to plant. Small for lettuce, onions, garlic and annual herbs. Medium for peppers, aubergine, bush beans. Large for tomatoes, cucumber, squash, runner beans and peas.
The advantage is that when one crop has finished you can replace the potting compost and re-sow with something different which gives you a good succession of crops.
How successful have you been with your container gardening, and if you haven't tried it before, do you think you will give it a go this year?