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Old July 6, 2017   #16
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Depends on the varieties, whether or not you plan to prune, etc.

If you want to grow a big indeterminate without pruning, just 1 plant.

But a couple of compact or dwarf indeterminates (meaning not the micros but something that tops out naturally at 5 feet or less) or determinate plants would do fine in a container that size without much pruning, IMO.
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