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Plants like Orchids, Cycads; Palms; Ferns ... and even Roses need different attention when it comes to containers. No fuss, just thought and good care. Of course you can!

Containers and Soil for a Container Tree star
For a healthy, productive, and beautiful container tree, you´ll need a good container and excellent container soil. Here are tips for choosing your container, a formula for calculating how much soil it will hold, and a recipe for mixing an excellent soil for your tree.

Herbs in Action - VERDOLAGAS star
Verdolagas? Purslane? Pigsweed? Portulaca oleracea? Use any of these names and internationally someone somewhere would know about it. This edible herbaceous plant and beneficial weed is as versatile as they come. Shakespeare wrote of it! In containers? Of course! In the kitchen? Definitely.

How to Plant a Tree in a Container star
Fruit and ornamental trees are a wonderful addition to your container garden. Here are step-by-step instructions for planting bare-root, burlapped, or container-grown trees, and for caring for your newly-planted tree.

How to Plant a Tree in a Container star
Fruit and ornamental trees are a wonderful addition to your container garden. Here are step-by-step instructions for planting bare-root, burlapped, or container-grown trees, and for caring for your newly-planted tree.

Potting a Palm tree star
They are graceful, can be elegant and just speak of charming times! Now which plant can do that? A Palm of course … and there are many styles; varieties and shapes to choose from. Why not think about a palm for your balcony space – they grow readily in containers, are easy to care for. Ah ... yes!

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