What are container garden what care has to be taken about them?
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When it comes to container garden maintenance, there’s no more essential chore than watering. Since the roots of your plants are in a restricted area they can only access water from a limited space. If you don’t irrigate consistently, the plants become stressed, which puts out the welcome mat for pests and diseases.
Container gardening plants need regular feeding. Fertilize them by watering with diluted fish emulsion, seaweed extract, or compost tea. Or foliar feed by spraying the leaves with doubly diluted preparations of these solutions. Start by feeding once every two weeks; adjust the frequency depending on plant response.