If you’re an urban gardener, you’ll get familiar with potting up your plants quite quickly. Chances are you won’t have flowerbeds to fill with plants, and patios and roof terraces can be transformed by pots in plants. Plus, when you move, you can take your plants with you.
While those blessed with gardens may think container gardening is restrictive, it does have its benefits: you can move your plants around when the weather gets very cold, windy or overly hot. And moving pots to sheltered conditions means you can grow plants that wouldn’t usually put up with the British weather.
Presented by Alice Vincent ( Telegraph journalist and author of How to Grow Stuff.
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