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Peat-Based Potting Mix in Choosing the Right Potting Mix from HGTV

Choosing the Right Potting Mix

There are four basic kinds of potting mix, but how do you know which one you need? Which is the best for long-lived plants? What's the fuss about peat? Are peat-free mixes any good? Here are the pros and cons.

24 Best Vines for Containers

24 Best Vines for Containers

THIS Passion flower container! I have the seeds already :) Add a vertical touch in your container garden by growing climbing plants for containers. Must see these 24 best vines for pots.

Meyer Lemon Tree

Meyer Lemon Tree

Improved Meyer Lemon Trees are much easier to grow. These lemon trees are disease and insect resistant. They thrive in containers and provide fragrant white blossoms and sweet meyer lemons all year.

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How to make your own herb garden using broken terra cotta pots. Idea from 2012 Herb Garden by Hardly Housewives. Looks fun to me.

Learn how to grow blueberries in pots!

How to Grow Blueberries in Pots -

I love blueberries! In fact, they are one of my most favorite berries! I spend a fortune at Costco splurging on their blueberry packages! I decided it was time to cut down on my fruit costs, and learn to grow blueberries in a pot on … - My Garden

Peat-Free Potting Mix - Choosing the Right Potting Mix on HGTV

Choosing the Right Potting Mix

All pots, large and small, need some preparation. Plants will live longer and look better if their pots are well prepared. Also consider the weight of your containers to avoid back-breaking lifting after planting.

Preparing Your Pots for Planting

All pots, large and small, need some preparation. Plants will live longer and look better if their pots are well prepared. Also consider the weight of your containers to avoid back-breaking lifting after planting.

Preparing Your Pots for Planting

It can be a nightmare trying to move large, filled, heavy pots unless you have help, and even then you are in danger of hurting your back and dropping the container. The best solution is to transport your containers on a sturdy wooden dolly, treated with wood preservative. To avoid lifting a filled pot, place it on the dolly before planting, and move to its final destination. The dolly can also double as a pot stand, eliminating the need to lift off the heavy container and allowing water to…

Transport your containers on a sturdy wooden dolly, treated with wood preservative.

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