Winter plantings need water, too!

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  • 21 December 2017
Container gardens need water even during the colder months. Mother Nature doesn’t always provide enough water and snow to keep soil from drying out so don’t forget to water once a week until the ground freezes. Your rooted plants and even your fresh cut greens will last significantly longer into spring if you keep them

It’s getting hot out there!

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  • 07 July 2017
The dog days of summer are quickly approaching and your container garden should be filling in and flourishing. In these really hot days, don’t forget to water. You might even need to water twice a day…once in the morning and again in the evening. If you go out of town, have someone come check on

Subtle changes

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  • 29 May 2017
Unlike a rug, a couch, or a coat of paint in your home that the children, spouse, or family pet wear down little by little, your container garden only gets better and more beautiful with time. The subtle changes and growth will surprise you almost every day.

Soil

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  • 29 May 2017
Soil! Think of your soil as the foundation to your container garden. Buy the good stuff so it can feed and support your beautiful flowers all season long. Replacing flowers each season pulls lots of nutrients out of the soil. And, unlike the soil in your ground level garden or a forest, there aren’t any