The essential components for a project like this are the containers, the soil, and the crops. You should use almost any dimension container, so long as it is big enough to hold the foundation ball of the plant with room to develop. Do not try to cheat and shove your plant right into a container that’s only simply large enough to hold it, consider me, that will not go properly in the long run.
These are so gorgeous…My sister has one big pot crammed with geraniums, sweet potato vine, and one different….beautiful. She additionally has a wagon full of flowers and just under are ceramic pots on their aspect with plants growing out as if they spilled out of the wagon onto the pots…so cute. Many thanks and did adore your hub by the way in which, love the stone planters you made! Recognize your comments and assist!
Oh Susan, I wager your petunia baskets were stunning on your wrap round porch. I guess you are simply beginning your growing season. Petunias are the easiest way. Good luck! It might be nice to see your Americana backyard show! I am looking ahead to it, and to reading extra of your other work. My next huge pot is to make an earth angel (dragon fly) pot for my niece. She is a big fan of those beautiful creatures.
Once they’re dry, use a pencil and evenly draw the eyes on. This proved to be a lot simpler than I thought. I then used the paint pens to paint in the eyes and masks. I needed to use 2 coats. So these are only a few container gardening concepts. Get out a pad of paper and make up a container garden plot that will add to the view and conceivably even the palate.