To me, containers are an easy way to accessorize and customize my garden with pockets of color and my own creative expression.
Over the years, I’ve had some container successes (I was a 2011 & 2012 Fine Gardening Container Design Finalist) and some not so great, like being a bit too ambitious and planting over 75 containers one year in which I had to succumb to watering daily for months during a drought (what was I thinking! This year, I decided to keep my container count to about 50…still quite a few but alot more manageable.
My ‘Blue Rhapsody’ container garden has to be one of my favorites that I plant every year.
and we should only do so when they feel that it would be good for us to do so.
Coudonc, j’ai vraiment une rÃƒÂ©putation d’ÃƒÂ©gocentrique sur ce forum ou quoi?
I know this is the most time consuming part of container gardening.
I try to water my containers in the morning to keep them from drying out from the midday heat(4) For your containers to reach their full flowering potential, they need to be fertilized.
Interesting, the Government will let GM & Chrysler fail, with all those Private Sector Product jobs, while pouring billions into Public Sector Dis-Service jobs, and Foreign Country Bailouts.
They can’t be that stupid, so one must assume the Government is now controlled by the enemy.
Thanks for the following.cheers Karen I really love reading your blog, itÂ´s something that I can really relate to seeing as I live in CÃ³rdoba! (dito) : mes compliments Ã celui qui est capable de marquer contre son camp alors qu’il s’apprÃ©Ãªtait Ã transformer un essai !