Place bulbs shoulder to shoulder across the surface of the soil, leaving no space between them. Then top off with more potting soil so the bulbs are just slightly below the surface. Water each container thoroughly, and finish with a layer of mulch.
Hydrangeas & Coffee Grounds – Adding coffee grounds or other organic material to your hydrangea’s soil will reduce the pH level and make aluminum more available to the plant. The result will be hydrangeas that are blue in color.
Part of the fun of setting up a container garden is choosing decorative planter pots to add style and color to your garden. Whether you grow in containers indoors or outdoors, take a look at these stylish pots that can add some flair to your garden!
Container Planting Ideas - - This galvanized old pot contains four types of heat tolerant annuals requiring full sun. I used one spike and two each of the other three types. (Dracaena Spike Grass, Calibrachea, Trailling Petunias and Trailing Verbena)
Get a Glimpse Into Darby Stanchfield's Gorgeous Garden
She plays a political gladiator on Scandal, but theres nothing scandalous about the way Darby Stanchfield spends her off-set hours. Youll find her gardening around her Los Angeles home and loving every minute of it. - My Garden Muse