Learn 3 ways to keep your flower containers happy this summer through planning on this quick podcast episode.
3 Ways to Create a Happy Flower Container That Lasts All Summer.
In this podcast, you’ll hear how to keep your flower containers happy through planning with our 3 key points.
What You’ll Learn:
- 3 ways to keep your flower containers happy all summer.
- Planning for your plants happiness.
- Resources and links for more information.
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Our 3 Ways To Keep Your Flower Containers Happy All Summer
Containers full of flowering plants can liven up your garden and outdoor spaces, but how do you keep them healthy and happy during the summer months?
It all starts with planning.
Do these 3 things to make sure your summer flowering plants are happy in their containers:
- Choose plants with the same water, soil, and sun exposure needs
- Make sure plants won’t grow into or over each other as they mature over the summer
- Choose containers that can let excess water drain so plant roots aren’t suffocated
Plants that pair well in full sun needing water every two or so days and good-draining soil:
- Common Yarrow
Plants that pair well in full sun needing regular/ daily watering and good draining soil:
Plants that pair well in partial sun/shade needing regular/ daily watering and good draining soil:
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And, if you have questions about these 3 ways to keep your container flowers happy this summer, we are here to help, so please email us.
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