You can create an intricately ornate container garden in and around your home, or grow your own herbs right in your kitchen. The isolation of container plants all but eliminates the pain of dealing with weeds and soil contamination and allows you to move plants to where growing conditions are optimal. These 35 blogs will help you get your container garden under way with tips on plant and container types, and will give you ideas for getting more from your container garden than you put in.
The Basics of Container Gardens
Before you start getting your hands dirty, it is best to know exactly what a container garden is. There are many variations available to suit every novice gardener’s needs, so deciding what you want from your garden makes it much easier to get started. These six blog entries deal with the basics of container gardening.
Pots, Containers and Window-Boxes
To ensure that you get the best results from your container garden, each plant or herb needs a home that suits its needs. Getting the right size, shape and type of containers will mean a long and happy life for your garden. You will want your container garden to add aesthetic value to your home, too. So keep the style and décor of your home in mind when making your purchases.
Choosing the Best Plants and Herbs
Not all plants are suited for growing inside, let alone in small pots or containers. The health of your garden wholly depends on choosing the right plants and making sure you grow them in the right conditions. These six blogs will guide you through the large variety of plant types for your container garden.
Planting Your Container Garden
Everything from the type of soil you use to how you arrange your plants will affect the quality of your container garden. You can save yourself a lot of time and frustration by getting it right the first time. These six blogs discuss planting your container garden to produce the best results.
Arranging Your Container Garden
To guarantee a thriving container garden you will need to ensure that your flowers, plants and herbs are located in optimum growing conditions. However, you also want your garden to look good, so knowing how to arrange your garden to get the best of both worlds is essential.
Caring for your Container Garden
Treat your container garden well and it will stand the test of time. You will have put a lot of work into creating your garden; however, it doesn’t end when you plant the final seed. Once the planting stage is done you will need to start nurturing and caring for your container garden, too.