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Creating a morning sun hanging basket

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  • By Jonn 'J-Dogg' Karsseboom
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Creating a morning sun hanging basket


We're getting specific here now as the spring season progresses. The most difficult area that I've encountered is that place in plant purgatory:Morning sun but with some shade until the late summer. (When that morning sun becomes a bit too intense for shade plants.) Here we're going to go step by step in my thinking process and a bit of post game thoughts too!



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  1. Jonn Karsseboom Jonn Karsseboom

    I think of you Linda whenever symmetry plays a part in planting! And yes, you may grind up, pick out clusters of roots and still recycle your “old” soil if you prefer. And yes, I agree. The word insignificant yellow flowers just didn’t sound right to me either. Garden On!

  2. Linda Linda

    MIRROR SYMMETRY! I like the sounds of that. Though knowing how you love yellow I’m shocked I heard twice (yes, twice!) yellow flowers were not significant. Historic moment! Great ideas and colors. Coleus always looks velvety. Particularly that one. You have us all trained to watch sun progress. Question? If I’m determined to reuse soil as I tend to do is it ok to dump it out, remove any earth pot bits and root clusters and loosening it up and mix some new and of course Root Power? Rebel on with planting!

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