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Plants in the winter garden - beds or pots?

Plants in the winter garden - beds or pots?


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Beds or pots?

Do you have a winter garden? It's a great thing. But which plants feel comfortable in the winter garden?

Beds or pots? - What is better?
You'd think that planting a winter garden would be easy. However, good advice is expensive when deciding whether to use beds or pots. Both have advantages and disadvantages. If you are a little more experienced in planting, you should get beds. If you're still a beginner, get pots.

Benefits of potted plants
The advantage of pots is that, in the event of illness or pests, the plants can simply be brought outside without infecting the others. You can also vary with pots better, they have no fixed place and can therefore always be arranged differently. However, plants in pots usually have to be transplanted annually, otherwise the space will be too small.

Flower beds in the winter garden
On the other hand, if you choose beds, you need to know that the plants here are much larger than in pots. It's also a thing with irrigation. It is easier to install an automatic irrigation system in the bed than in pots.



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