Fall Container Gardens

Wild Geranium from Sumner, and Kaffir Lime from Lou & Karl © by danrandow

Fall container gardens are an ideal way to get started with container gardening, as well as to keep you working with your plants over the winter. It’s the perfect time to move plants that might not stand the winter into containers, too. (Of course you’ll want to check on that specific plant to see if it’s possible).

On sunny days (above freezing) move them into the sun so you can enjoy their beauty and they can enjoy the sun!

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