containergardening Feature Archive of Articles

Container Gardening
This listing shows you every single article in the Container Gardening Site! The articles are shown in date order, with the most recent articles on top. You can also use the search feature to search for something specific. These listings are shown 10 articles to a page.

Archive by Date | Archive by Article Title


Herbs in Action - BAY LAUREL
Bay leaves are an important part of many wonderful sauces and main dishes, and nothing can beat the flavor and aroma of fresh-cut Sweet Bay leaves. The tree is easy to grow and does very well in containers – here is all you need to know to grow your own fresh Bay leaves!

Herbs - an Introduction
Fresh herbs are a great addition to almost any dish, but they can be hard to find and expensive to buy. So why not grow your own? Herbs are among the easiest plants to grow in containers. Here are tips on growing some of the best culinary herbs for your kitchen garden.

Herb Tea – Grow your Own
Most of us enjoy a cup of herb tea now and then, if not every day. It is so easy to grow your own herbs and most can be used fresh or dried. When growing your own you can also make your own special concoctions. Here are instructions for growing, harvesting, drying and brewing your own herb teas.

Winter Fuschia Care
In areas of severe winter fuchsia are normally grown as an annual. With a little care, however, your fuchsia can be overwintered for many years of beautiful bloom. Here are several ways to care for your fuchsia in winter, no matter what your climate.

Roses grown in Containers
Roses can be grown quite successfully in containers, and not just the smaller varieties. Here are tips for growing beautiful container roses in sun and even partial shade!

Recipes with PUMPKIN
Baking pumpkins are perfect for growing in your container garden – the plants are relatively small and can be trained onto a trellis, and the pumpkins can be easily supported until harvest. Here are some recipes for using your harvest in heart (and tummy) warming ways throughout the winter.

Winter Kitchen Gardens
If your winters are not too severe you can successfully grow winter vegetables just outside your kitchen door. Here are some suggestions for growing fresh garden goodies all winter long.

Living Christmas Trees
You can easily grow a dwarf conifer in your container garden to use as your Christmas tree for many years. Special care is needed when moving indoors to ensure your tree's health. Here are the tips you need to grow a healthy Container Christmas Tree for many years to come.

Winter Container Care
Wintering over your garden can take considerable preparation and care if you live in a climate where freezes are common. Even protecting from the occasional freeze in warm zones is a must for tender perennials. Here are tips for winter garden care so your plants will survive strong and healthy.

Halloween Decor for Containers
With the coming of Fall a lot of your containers will start to look ragged. You can easily dress them up for decorating your porch or entry by adding a few fall flowers, autumn bouquets of silk or plastic, and harvest vegetables. Here are some ways to turn your dying plants into Autumn Wonders!

Pages of Results:
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | { 16 } | 17 | 18 | Next

Editor's Picks Articles
Top Ten Articles
Previous Features
Site Map