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 Can Blueberries Be Planted in Large Containers?

Answer Most blueberry plants reach 5 to 6 feet tall when mature, with a spread of about 4 feet. They prefer rich, acidic soil, regular water and full sun. If you plant a full-size blueberry plant in a con... Read More »
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I would like to grow blueberries in containers?

Really easy to grow. I bought mine from this companyhttp://www.dorset-blueberry.com/ they're really helpful aswell!
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Can peonies be planted in containers?

Peony plants often come from the nursery in containers but need to be transferred to gardens and landscapes that have deep, moist soils. Peonies have extensive root systems and should be planted no... Read More »
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Can daylillies be planted in containers?

Dwarf or miniature daylilies (hemerocallis) can be successfully grown in containers. They require a container with excellent drainage, rich soil with plenty of humus, a mulch to help retain soil mo... Read More »
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Can daylilies be planted in containers?

Daylilies can be grown in containers when there is limited planting space. Containers of daylilies are found on decks, balconies, porches and patios. Planted close together, daylilies create a dram... Read More »
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