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Wood containers can actually be made, which offers an unlimited selection of sizes and shapes however they are also available at most garden centers.Natural rot resistant woods such as cedar are best, other woods should be treated with a plant friendly wood preservative.
The “upcycle” movement has opened the door to using pretty much whatever you can find laying around as a planter.The chandelier planter above was found on Etsy, and I’ve seen things like old rubber boots, red wagons, pallets, and even wine corks used as planters.Whatever you choose just be sure it’s plant friendly, and represents your personal style.Container gardens are great for those with little to no garden pace, or for those who want to create a colorful focal point in their landscape.It’s a bit early in my area to start planting containers as it’s best to wait for the threat of frost to pass, and in central New York that’s usually end of May to beginning of June.These containers are much more resistant to freezing temperatures making them great for spring blooms, and it’s nice to be able to leave them out in the winter.
They are quite heavy so be sure to place them in places where they won’t need to be moved often. These containers are long lasting, and are a very nice choice for perennials as a permanent planting.
However, that doesn’t mean we can’t start selecting our containers, after all the more we do now the more we can enjoy later.
I’ve put together a short list of the most popular materials/pots used for container gardening.
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I’m not sure if I’m just a frugal gardener, or whether I just can’t stand seeing my hard summer work go to waste.
Hopefully this post is helpful in your quest to find the perfect containers for your container gardens.