Hypertufa Garden Art Objects
Hypertufa How To Manual eBook
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Nothing is quite as endearing as a cluster of terra cotta containers spilling over with a froth of colorful flowers and fascinating plant forms. Nearly every gardener succumbs to this temptation at some point. Many gardeners fail and never try again. That's a shame, because growing potted plants doesn't have to be difficult. But pots are a tough growing environment, and you have to know what you're doing. This section gives you the lowdown.
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Large plants may become too top-heavy for the pot or exhaust the water and nutrient supply in the soil mix too quickly. The smaller bush or dwarf plants are the best choice because they will not impinge on any seating space. Dwarf plants such as 'Balconi Red' (p44), 'Minibel,' and 'MicroTom' (p43) should crop successfully even in a 6in (15cm) pot. However, for most other plants, it is a case of bigger is better when it comes to pot size. Terracotta pots look attractive but dry out quickly, alternatively use glazed (or plastic) pots.