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Ladies Gardening Boots | Gardening For Dummies Australia | Rolling Gardening Stool Hi! My name is Scott Reil and on behalf of Expert Village, I would like to talk to you about container gardening. My Becky partial to the occasional mojito, and I like my mint julep especially up around Kentucky Derby time, so it has been imperative that we keep mint around. But mint is one of those thugs that you do not want to have out in your garden because it will just take over. Plants like this oregano we just potted up, can run sort of the same way. So containerizing these plants is a great way to keep them in a controlled environment where you can keep an eye on them. But then comes the end of the season, you are done with harvest time and what are you to do with them. How are we going to get these guys through winter back in production? Well this is the third year this mint has come through for us and it is coming through in flying colors once again. It is always a little slow to start and it looks like a little bit of magic trick when you pull it off but wee managed to get these to come back for me 3 years in a row now and it pretty easy. All I do is I take this and move it in my garage. If youe got a sun room or a screen porch, it will help keep the cold and the winter winds and the worse of it off of it, that really all it is going to take. What do I do to keep it watered? Well during the winter plants don need or use as much water when they go into their dormant stage. They do

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