Sunday, May 27, 2012

Margaret's Container Gardening Tips

Planting in containers is my preferred method of gardening.  Containers can add a new dimension of color and texture to your garden.

One of my newest discoveries on the internet is "A Way To Garden" by Margaret Roach.  

Click here for an awesome article and podcast with Margaret's Container Gardening Tips.  The awesome photo comes from that article!



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