In this post learn how to pot up a conifer starter plant that will be on display until it is time to transplant in the landscape. I will share with you some of my favorite products that will make this project a success.
How to Create an Autumn Conifer Container Video
My fur babies and I had a great time creating this video to share with you. Take a look at how easy it is to plant up a conifer starter plant. If you don’t have a conifer starter plant I share where you can find some to grow for your landscape and container designs.
I love saying the word ‘conifer’ so I end up referring to most all my evergreens as that. A conifer is “a tree that bears cones and evergreen needle-like” In order to put this video together I used one of the American arborvitae plants that I started from a starter. I mention in the video how I purchase these from our local Soil and Water Conservation District. I share more about my planting of these starter trees on my website at the Tree Project.
Image From The Container Planting Day
What a great time cleaning up the deck for Autumn. In these photos, I share a few extra tips and details on how to do this project.
I had so much fun planting with Olivias Help! This was one of her last projects with me.
The Dusty Miller annual lasted all winter – it did look a little rough by Spring.
The mini shovel came in handy to remove the cannas from the large containers.
Come to join me on the deck overlooking the pond – live streaming on Facebook.
In conclusion of this video, I would love to hear what you think about the design. Share with me on the social media links provided on this post or contact me.
Happy Autumn Gardening,