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There are several types of fertilizers to choose from, including powders, liquids, foliar sprays, manure teas, etc.
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I know this is the most time consuming part of container gardening.
I try to water my containers in the morning to keep them from drying out from the midday heat(4) For your containers to reach their full flowering potential, they need to be fertilized.
I am a container nut, too, having as many as 80 containers! Dragonwing begonias are my go-to plants for the shade. It’s fun to change things up each season and experiment with new combinations.