Can I Grow an Astilbe in a Container?

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Astilbe plants can be grown in a container. They make good container plants, and were a common house plant in Victorian times. They do well in partial to full shade with soft, fertile and well drained soil.
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1. Fill a 14- to 16-inch diameter pot with a rich potting soil that holds moisture well. Plant the astilbe in the pot at the same depth it was at previously, with the crown of the
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1. Determine if you’re in the right growing environment. Astilbe are indigenous to North America and Europe, in the northern areas where weather is cool and wet. They grow best
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1. Select the vegetables. Virtually any vegetable, save full-size corn, can grow inside garden planters and containers. Depending on the size of the container, full-size vegetables
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