Improvements on life’s little (or big) comforts quickly become the norm—things we don’t even bother to think about anymore. As for the money-saving advances, they’re certainly welcome but rare, really, and partially illusion perpetrated by manufacturers of new products. Most of the money-saving “advances” come in doing things the old-fashioned way.
|Mom of Baby Boomer|
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In addition to the wonderful new plants that are rolled out each year, have you noticed the planters? How can you help but notice; they’re everywhere. While a roomy, long-lasting planter is a great investment, it’s not enough anymore. They should be lightweight, attractive, self-watering, and unusual. And having wheels is certainly a big plus.I’ll be reviewing several of these new planters, including the original Earth Box, Hanging Art Baskets, the Pamela Crawford Side Planting Baskets, Grow Bags, and Lechuza pots.
Representatives of these planters are standing by. As soon as the weather warms up, I’ll be using them for the new and not-so-new plants I’ll be buying or starting from seed.