It's not too late to plant container gardens, especially if you're growing in hanging containers such as the handy Plug & Grow bags. Designed to hang from a ceiling, deck, or porch, each cylindrical bag has space for 12 transplants. You fill the bag with potting soil and insert your own transplants into the holes. Add water and fertilizer through the top of the bag. The hanger has a 360-degree swivel that allows it to rotate so all plants receive adequate light.
For more information on the Plug & Grow bags, go to: Lee Valley.
Article published on June 20, 2006.