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Sensational Spring Containers

Sometimes unpredictable weather—early thaws, late frosts, snow that won’t melt—can throw off an entire spring garden. But container gardens offer a little more flexibility. For one, you don’t have to fret if a plant didn’t make it through the winter; instead, stroll through the store until you find something blooming just as you’d like.

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