Planting a Spring Pot Step-by-Step

Container planting is infinitely adaptable and, the smaller the space, the larger a part it plays with ephemeral displays that are regularly swapped over to ensure an unbroken succession of colour. Pots are idea for providing instant splashes of colour, and few plants achieve that with less fuss and bother than violas and spring flowering bulbs such as daffodils, tulips and grape hyacinths. From choosing the plants and arranging them to best effect to the final touches, this practical demonstration shows novice gardeners how simple container gardening can make such a large impact for miminal effort and cost. The final images of the completed pot were taken three weeks after planting.

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