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Clean up your yard, garden and more with this waste container. It has a rugged, all weather design that easily collapses when not in use. It has a green finish with black accents for extra style. A removable lid is included for easy deposits and odor control. Easy pop up the unit. Store garden leaves or anything you need a container for. To save space, you can easily collapse the unit and store away. 19.29 in. W x 19.29 in. D x 21.6 in. H (53 lbs.)
The Container Gardening Encyclopedia spans the world of container gardening, from choosing and making containers to the principles of container gardening. Sections cover different aspects such as window boxes, patio pots, water gardens, and herbs in containers. Practical advice is offered on selecting the right plants for particular types of containers and locations, while essential techniques for planting, growing, and keeping the plants in peak condition are shown in over 1,000 color, step-by-step photographs.
With a patio, porch, or windowsill, gardeners can grow almost anything anywhere using containers. Arrangements in this guide begin simply, with one type of plant in a decorative container. The projects move on to combinations of two plants, then on to more complex pots involving three or more plants--some of the arrangements are even meant to go from container to garden plot. Design principles including color, texture, height, and depth are considered, and ideas for themed containers are included for holidays and other festive occasions. Species range from the tried-and-true garden varieties, such as impatiens and petunias, to newer plants on the market, such as a striking red ornamental millet. The planter plans include detailed photographs, diagrams, and instructions on getting the very best results from container gardening, for lasting natural beauty in any space.
Truth be told, you can grow almost anything in a pot -- and you can place those pots anywhere ... on a deck, patio or rooftop. That's why so many people love container gardening. It's versatile enough for suburban homeowners with acres of land as well as apartment-dwellers with no patch of ground to call their own. In fact, growing edibles in containers is a perfect way for homeowners and gardeners with limited space to have fresh food in their kitchens. Like each issue of "Fine Gardening," this latest collection is brimming with 300 essential tips, savvy shortcuts, and tried-and-true techniques, celebrating the growing popularity of container gardening. "Tips for Container Gardening "promises to bring out the bountiful best in all containers, large or small.