fountain grass - Knowledgebase Question

Statesville, NC
Question by drummerpa
May 17, 2007
I recently asked about placing a pot in the ground to plant purple fountain grass. Do I need to put holes in the bottom for drainage or should I leave it solid? Thanks for all your help.


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Answer from NGA
May 17, 2007

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Any time you grow a plant in a container, the container must have drainage holes in the bottom to allow excess water to escape. Without that, the roots will rot. Good luck with your project!

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