There are some caveats to container planting. They involve extra effort on your part. Whether it’s wet or dry weather, you should water your planters at least every other day, especially terracotta pots. You’ll also find that houseplants need regular feeding to keep them looking their best for longer. Monetarily, planters that change with each season will cost you every time you buy new compost and plants.
Let’s just say that the benefits of having seasonal, stunning, abundantly overflowing planters far outweigh these negative points. It just requires a little care and consideration. Below we give you three simple rules to follow that will make planting your container spectacle that much easier.