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    8/9/2015 · Another good way to conserve water in container gardening is double potting. If you have one pot with a plant, place it inside a slightly larger pot. Then fill the gap within the larger pot with soil and add moss and/or stones and pebbles on top. When you …

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    6/11/2020 · While plastic pots do a good job of holding in moisture, they aren't as stable as pots made of heavier material. You may need to steady them to keep the orchid from tipping over. Terra cotta and clay pots are heavier, making them more stable, but since the material is porous, the soil will dry out more quickly than with other materials, so make sure to keep the orchid properly watered.

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    17/11/2017 · Concrete Pots. Stick + Stones Outdoor offer a variety of stunning concrete pots that are perfect for planting in all year round. Here are some major benefits of using concrete pots for planting. Concrete …

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    30/5/2021 · The experts at Suttons give these tips for planting the best fruit trees to grow in pots. Choose a sunny, sheltered position on the patio. Opt for a 30 litre container or larger. Avoid plastic containers as they are light and more likely to be blown over in strong winds

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    21/1/2021 · To do this, either mix up a big batch of potting soil mixed with fertilizer in a bucket or fill your pot with potting soil and then mix in the fertilizer. Then fertilize every week or two with a liquid fertilizer, usually a fish emulsion, seaweed blend. It smells awful but really helps to give plants the nutrition they need.

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    Soil. Of course plant roots want to be surrounded by potting soil, but using it to fill the whole pot is not recommended. The more soil your pot has, the more water it will retain, although in a huge pot it may take a fairly large amount of water just to moisten all the soil. Weight is the other consideration.

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