For most gardeners, growing vegetables in containers is a necessity.
Urban gardening often means growing on rooftops, balconies, alleyways, sidewalks or whatever little space the gardener has available.
Gardeners with physical disabilities find that growing vegetables in containers makes them far easier to reach and tend.
Unsuitable soil conditions such as sand, stone, and clay makes growing vegetables especially challenging.
And even in urban areas, gardeners often find container gardening as a way to avoid sharing their harvest with deer, rabbits and woodchucks.
If you are new to growing vegetables in containers, or have had limited success, here is an infographic with the best vegetables for container gardening to help you succeed.