Save Some Dirt (and your back)
Here's a little garden trick that my mother taught me, and a trick I will one day teach my own daughter. Many of you may already use this trick yourself. It's a simple idea, but it will save you some dirt (planting soil is expensive) and will also save your back (when you later decide to reposition the pot). Here's the trick: When planting in large planter pots, place plastic milk jugs inside the bottom portion of your pot before filling with soil. This reduces the amount of soil needed to…
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Saving Soil When Planting Large Planters by Caroline Reardon
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Gravel can be used for mulch, to make an attractive border, a walkway or as a base for other projects. Available in a variety of colors from gray to light brown, gravel can be purchased from a wide range of home and garden stores as well a bulk material companies.