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PART 3 Container masterclass Right pot, right spot

growing is its flexibility. Planted pots can be arranged, rearranged and moved to suit you and your garden throughout the season. A short-term potted plant can be brought to the fore when it’s at its peak, then tucked away again as it fades. Equally, a large, permanent planter can have its display changed through the seasons. Growing this way means that you can match pots to exact locations in your garden. Narrow, skinny walkway? No problem, try a tall, slim pot. Dark, shady corner? Not an issue – a pale planter can bring it to life.

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