Container gardening can be a great alternative or addition to traditional gardening practices. With a few considerations, container gardens can be fruitful and fun for Outsiders all year long. Container gardening can be an easy way to experiment with growing. Conditions are much more controlled than in-ground gardens, set up is faster, gardens can be located nearly anywhere, and results can be enjoyed just the same as traditional gardening. Read more about it in this issue 14 of The Outsider
The Outsider is a new monthly horticulture resource to educate and inspire! It will highlight seasonal plants, gardening, planting, or growing tasks and outside activities you can do. It is written by Emily Swihart, Illinois Extension horticulture educator serving Henry, Mercer, Rock Island and Stark Counties.
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