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Stylish Dahlia pot

Posted by vikingcraftsman 6/7LINY (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 15, 09 at 19:08

Why would any one not want several of these stylish Dahlia pots?


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RE: Stylish Dahlia pot

I like the stylish, natural pedestal it's sitting on too! Got a few dozen of each around here. Perhaps I'll follow your casual garden decor ideas, Viking!


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Thanks poochella, I had a big pine tree that had to be taken down. It was lifting up the drive way and I was afraid it would cause the neighbors foundation to break. I like to put things in containers so that I can move them around when they bloom. If you decide to put a few up in pots I would love to see pictures. I learn by looking at others.


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My Gosh, they looks like mine!!


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Craftsman, has your backyard ever been condemned??? Steve in Baltimore County


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  • Posted by ornata London UK (8/9?) (My Page) on
    Fri, Jun 19, 09 at 10:59

For potted plants that I intend to place in the garden, I like to use dark containers (or paint them black) so that they disappear behind the foliage of other plants and aren't so visible in the border. But I love the idea of using anything and everything as a plant container (although I've managed to kill a couple of things by forgetting to drill drainage holes!)


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  • Posted by jroot 5A Ont. Canada (near (My Page) on
    Mon, Jun 22, 09 at 21:49

Hey, I have a brugmansia in a pot like that. However, I decided to bury the pot in the ground. Works well with the brugs, as I merely shovel prune the plant in the autumn when I bring them inside for the winter.


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