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July 30, 2008

The Practical Guide to Container Gardening

The next thing to consider is what kinds of plants to put in your container. You can do flowers, foliage plants, vegetables, herbs or a combination of any of them. The size of the container will dictate some of your choices. It almost always looks great to have some kind of climbing or trailing plant that will cascade down the sides of the container. Some flower suggestions are allysum, salvia, zinnias, climbing (in this case trailing) nasturtium, snapdragons, pansies, petunias, geranium and lobelia. A nice herbal container might have lavendar, chives, sage, creeping thyme, oregano, parsley and basil in it. The obvious choice for a vegetable is, of course, tomato! Container_Gardening_Book.jpgThis book, The Practical Guide to Container Gardening, will give you more ideas. It's another great one from Storey Publications.

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Posted by Mary Ellen at July 30, 2008 8:36 PM
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