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Unusual Pots, Vertical Spaces, Shade Design

Lecture no. 3 from the course: How to Grow Anything: Container Gardening Tips & Techniques

Unusual Pots, Vertical Spaces, Shade Design

Taught by Professor Melinda Myers | 27 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Hobby & Leisure Courses

Ms. Myers shows you how to start thinking outside the traditional container with some unique ideas for making garden containers from a range of found or recycled items, including buckets, shoes, and teapots. Also, learn how to better choose specific plants and containers to decorate walls or fences that can be stubborn to plant around; find out what edible and decorative plants grow best in areas with limited light; develop a solid system for hanging pots; and get ideas for bringing the landscape right up to your back door.


February 16, 2017