Introduction

Container plants usually require more attention than those growing in the ground, but their potential advantages may make the extra care worthwhile. For the gardener with little or no garden space, planting in containers is the only way to have a garden. Even those with plenty of garden space can enjoy plants such as seasonal flowers, vegetables, herbs and even small shrubs or trees, grown in containers.

For the complete article use the link below.

Roberts, A. 2000, Container Gardening, Extension University of Nevada Reno, FS-00-42

Learn more about the author(s)

 

Also of Interest:

 
Know the Status of Your Soils Before You Plant.
Soil sampling for field crop production.
Walia, M.K. and Hefner, M. 2019, University of Nevada, Reno, Extension, FS-19-17
 

Associated Programs

ladybug larva eating aphids on a pepper plant

Integrated Pest Management

Integrated Pest Management program is a long-term management strategy that uses a combination of tactics to reduce pests to tolerable levels with potentially lower costs for the pest manager and minimal effect on the environment.

gathering herbs

Master Gardeners of Clark County

Serving Clark, Lincoln and Southern Nye counties gardening needs.

master gardeners in garden

Master Gardeners of Washoe County

Master Gardeners provide free, research-based horticulture information to Nevadans.