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RE: can we talk container gardening?

I hear ya about the rain:( Ceres did you also get the wind storm the
other day...

Grab the camera as you head out to judge these.... I am sure we would
all like to see the pictures.


> Chris, love your containers!  I winter over lots of coleus & other
> nonhardy
> container plants and take lots of cuttings also.  I love to create
> container
> gardens and even working as a 'container designer' where I make one
> another all day.
>     I challenged my garden club to create a container garden using a
> that I provided for everyone.  The plant, Chlorophytum comosum
> (spider/airplant plant), is one I love to use in containers.  At the
> meeting
> everyone is to bring their container to be judged.
>     I was working outside and was forced indoors as it is pouring
> I
> have been wet so many times the past few days.
>     Ceres

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