When you think of gardening you think of a nice plot of land, but container gardening can be a good substitute. It can help people who only have a small space to work with, or those who don’t have the time to devote to a full garden. With container gardening it’s easier to move your plants indoors in the winter, and to have soil tailored to each plant. Here are four rules to follow to improve your container gardening skills.
- Normally we think of gardening as happening in the ground, but container gardening is a good alternative.
- Container gardens can take up less space and be easier to maintain throughout the year.
- Here are four rules of thumb to follow if you want to have a container garden.
“One of the added benefits of container gardening is being able to protect your crops from damaging frosts at the beginning or end of the season by bringing the entire plant and container inside a garage or other shelter.”