November 20, 2018
Whether you never got around to planting or aren’t quite sure where to place your perennials, rest assured that many other gardeners still have plants in containers. Even if they are hardy in your zone, perennials in containers are subject to much harsher winter conditions than those in the ground. Frigid air temperatures and drying winds can be particularly damaging to the root systems of plants in containers. Soil heaving often occurs, which can break-up the roots and leave plants vulnerable to severe conditions.
November 20, 2018
Whether you served Thanksgiving dinner at home or ventured elsewhere, chances are that, like most Americans, you have piles of reusable containers filled with leftovers stacked up in your fridge. A large meal with friends and family can mean an excess of fun, but it also results in an excess of turkey, mashed potatoes, green beans and other fixings for days following the actual meal. You might not be able to see the back of your fridge, and you might wonder how much more turkey you can eat, but don’t fret!

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