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How to Grow Potatoes in a Bucket

A fun way to learn about growing potatoes in a bucket!

potatoes in a bucket

You think its silly, I say "bucket"

Its all the rage from Nashville to Nantucket
I just wanna grow potatoes in a bucket

Now all you need is some good old soil
and a potato with eyes that you combine
into a bucket with holes
and you leave it all outside

So a stem and leaves will start to grow
and roots will form and grow potatoes
Below and it just keeps on goin,
Hey when its gonna stop?

So just keep adding more soil
until you get to the top
and at the end the leaves will turn brown
you dump em' out and see what you've found
its potatoes, hey!

What do you know?
It's just that easy folks
did you know was that easy?

potatoes in a bucket.

You think its silly.

I say "bucket".

Its all the rage
from Nashville to Nantucket
I just wanna grow
potatoes in a bucket

potatoes in a bucket

You think its silly
I say "bucket"

Its all the rage
right from Nashville down to Nantucket
I just wanna grow
potatoes in a bucket!!!

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