I don’t have a yard to grow a garden in so I do the next best thing and garden on my deck in various pots, planters and containers from recycle. All it takes is a little imagination and effort and you can have a garden even if you don’t have ground to till and plant it in. I’m looking forward to sitting on my deck and watching my garden grow.
Potted plants are a creative way to bring color and life to any yard. They are perfect for small yards where space is a problem and pull together a large yard.
Disease and plant pests are eventually going to make their way into your yard and garden, even when container gardening. Here are some simple steps you can take to limit the spread and effects of plant problems.
Container gardening adds color, appeal and a cozy atmosphere to your small, cramped place.
Good drainage is a necessity for container gardening on any scale. Without it, your plants will suffocate and die.
You can grow moss on your pots and planters to bring the containers to life.
Here are some simple things to remember in container gardening. Information for every gardening going down this path, regardless of it is all familiar or are just getting started.
Repotting plants seems to be a basic aspect of indoor and container gardening. However, some of the most seasoned and well intending gardeners make some mistakes.
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