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

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.

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