Sally Mullins

When it comes to planting the myriad containers on our front porch and back deck, we experiment with interesting new plants and color combinations.

Since the bulk of them are annuals if they don’t do very well we simply don’t buy them again. Fortunately, that’s. rarely the case, but it’s always good to keep the plant tags in a special place like your journal so you can note on them if the plant didn’t perform very well.

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