Sunday, February 21, 2010
Here are some tips: Planters are good for flowers, plants and herbs. Place them on patios, front porches, and balconies. Group them in sets of 2 and 3, they look so much better in clusters. Buy more if you need to and mix them with planters you already have, its worth the investment. If you are a wanna be green thumb like I am but not so good with the exotic plants, try leaving the plants in their original containers. Place them in your urns and planters. Cover them with moss, mulch or bark. By leaving them in their original containers, you can remove them easily when the season is over or they just didn't make it. Several hardware stores and garden nurseries in my area will replace free of charge any dying plants that didn't survive for up to a year with a receipt. Check your area for the same service. Have fun and watch your garden bloom!