We have enjoyed container gardening this year for quite a long time; however, fall is here and winter is around the corner. Therefore, if you live in northern states, or in areas where, even though you don’t get snow falls but the temperature usually drops dramatically to a point that can easily kill your annual plants, then this is the time for you to evaluate and decide to either bring the containers indoors or keep them out and put new plants in next spring.
I remember vividly early this year, when I posted my neighbor Estelle’s fabulous container garden. I still can get enough of it.
This morning, I did a walk through my neighborhood and found a good number of containers that are still looking good. The question is, will they be able to drag these heavy containers indoor? (I would.)
If they do it, they will be enjoying these beauties even if it is 15 degrees outside their doors.
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