Although they are usually grown as shrubs, hydrangeas can be successfully grown in pots. Potted hydrangeas require a modest amount of care and attention to produce healthy blossom clusters. You need a pot, soil, a root b... More »

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Once established in the garden, hydrangeas only need fertilizer once or twice per year, a layer of mulch to hold in moisture and water in the summer months, if rainfall is less than 1 inch per week. Hydrangeas come in nu... More »

Caring for indoor potted tulips involves keeping them watered and in a cool place while blooming and forcing them to continue to grow by chilling them. Forcing a bulb means creating an environment in which the plant cont... More »

Grow coffee plants by pregerminating the seeds, planting the seedlings in nursery beds or pots, transplanting the plants once they are at least 8 inches tall, choosing a good permanent location for the plants, watering t... More »

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Even if you don't have room for an entire garden, you can still grow tomatoes in pots. In order to succeed at this project, purchase pots of the right size, place the pots in the right location, plant the tomatoes correc... More »

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Grow ranunculus plants in pots by planting them in 10-inch containers, using well-drained potting soil, watering them regularly and placing them in a location with exposure to full sunlight. Mulch the plants to keep the ... More »

Grow goji berries by planting goji shrubs in well-drained soil after preparing the planting area, spacing the plants up to 6 1/2 feet apart, then fertilizing the berries once a year and lightly pruning the shrubs. Use ge... More »

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