Peanut Plants
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Growing peanuts in container

Zone 64081 | Anonymous added on February 27, 2019 | Answered

I am wanting to plant 4-6 peanut plants in a container. Am I needing a big round flower pot or square? What size dia & height do I need? Thx

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    Downtoearthdigs
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    Answered on February 27, 2019

    The shape will not matter at all. 6 peanut plants will want a good 10 to 15 gallon size pot. This will often be too heavy to carry so place it where you want it before you plant. I recommend using separate 5 gallon containers for the best results, but planting them together will be fine also. The height won't matter so much either, as long as you have enough soil to support six peanut plants.

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