Flowerpot

Flowerpot

Flowerpot

Tuck in cool-season flowers. 
After removing summer annuals past their prime, fill in the gaps with cool-season bloomers in fall colors.
Although they may look tender and delicate, pansies are actually some of the most cold-tolerant annual flowers.
When planted now while soils are warm, they’ll bloom from fall to spring.
Don’t wait too long
though — pansies planted late, in soils with temperatures below 45 degrees Fahrenheit (7.2 degrees Celsius), tend to have stunted growth and fewer flowers.
For a rich autumn color palette, choose pansies in vibrant hues like orange, gold, red and deep purple or bicolored combinations, avoiding pastel pinks, blues and pale yellows.
If you can find them, try very dark purple to velvety black blooms like ‘Black King’ or ‘Black Beauty’.
Combine them with coral bells (Heuchera spp.), another cool-season favorite, for a long-lasting display.
Source: Love Your Plants

Containers for Orchid Plants

Are There Special Containers for Orchid Plants?

Do orchids need special pots? 

Many greenhouses or garden centers that sell orchids will also sell special pots for orchids.
These specific containers for orchid plants usually have slats or cut out shapes on the sides to allow for better drainage and air flow to the roots.
Slatted wooden boxes are also sold as orchid containers. However, you don’t need to spend a fortune on specialized containers for orchid plants.
Any pot with good drainage can house an orchid plant.
When growing orchids in containers, be sure to select pots with 4-12 drainage holes.
Source: Gardening know how

Flowerpot

Flowerpot

You may not have the space or patience to become a master gardener, but anyone can master container gardening.
Source: Southern Living