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Maple and GingerMaple and Ginger<div class="ExternalClassCEB33C5600414643B4A7D2787729077D"><p>This container design is a larger version of 'Local Luminaries'. It is a good choice for a shady spot that is sheltered from the wind.</p></div>https://growgreenguide.ca/designs/PlansPic/Pot12Thumb.jpg, https://growgreenguide.ca/plans/PlansPic/Pot12Thumb.jpg107<div class="ExternalClass84A76694AE7A45739A2B38DECDA3434E"><p>To properly maintain your container, and for best results: </p><ul><li>Prepare the container with a good quality soil suitable for containers (e.g. 3-parts potting mix to 1-part well-rotted compost). There should be a minimum soil depth of 30 cm for perennials, 45 cm for shrubs and 60 cm for trees. </li><li>Every spring, apply 2.5 cm of good quality compost to your container (try not to pile it up around woody stems).</li><li>Remove weeds as required, and inspect for pests and disease every week or two in the spring and summer. </li><li>Ensure the container has adequate drainage and that plants receive a minimum of 5 cm of water weekly during the spring and summer. </li><li>Remove and compost 'spent' blooms and leaves in the fall.</li><li>Prune only to remove misplaced or damaged stems as needed during the summer. The plants suggested here should not require pruning to reduce size. </li></ul> </div><div class="ExternalClassA33CAA8655A64302B1F283A19168D3DF">1. This presentation does not reflect coordinated flowering time. <br>2. Pot shown is approximately 1 m wide and 75 cm tall </div>https://growgreenguide.ca/designs/PlansPic/Pot12.jpg, https://growgreenguide.ca/plans/PlansPic/Pot12.jpghttps://growgreenguide.ca/designs/PlansPic/Pot12Aerial.jpg, https://growgreenguide.ca/plans/PlansPic/Pot12Aerial.jpg

 

 

vine maple (Acer circinatum)vine maple (Acer circinatum)ACAs Shown1.00000000000000GP0|#2a4c0104-51da-4e71-8502-9c66d446f91f;L0|#02a4c0104-51da-4e71-8502-9c66d446f91f|Vine Maple;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df
western wild ginger (Asarum caudatum)western wild ginger (Asarum caudatum)ac40 cm3.00000000000000GP0|#fed6e247-f3ca-474d-9e9d-33df3f43d474;L0|#0fed6e247-f3ca-474d-9e9d-33df3f43d474|European Wild Ginger;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240dfGP0|#0e919c93-8e7a-420b-9f7b-aa2bea33a0bf;L0|#00e919c93-8e7a-420b-9f7b-aa2bea33a0bf|Western Wild Ginger;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df
ivy-leaf cyclamen (Cyclamen hederifolium)ivy-leaf cyclamen (Cyclamen hederifolium)ch25 cm4.00000000000000GP0|#dc7cd217-27b9-4f5c-a699-6f7d3b306048;L0|#0dc7cd217-27b9-4f5c-a699-6f7d3b306048|Three Leaf Cardamine;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240dfGP0|#384eeab8-ebd0-49d4-bb6b-41d77a77534c;L0|#0384eeab8-ebd0-49d4-bb6b-41d77a77534c|Ivyleaf Cyclamen;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df
bleeding heart (Dicentra eximia)bleeding heart (Dicentra eximia)de35 cm1.00000000000000GP0|#6fbfc0bd-c60e-4231-80cc-7f4d56067a36;L0|#06fbfc0bd-c60e-4231-80cc-7f4d56067a36|Giant Bleeding Heart;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240dfGP0|#f743c409-3551-4005-8611-89581c2e1f96;L0|#0f743c409-3551-4005-8611-89581c2e1f96|Bleeding Heart;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df
yellow fawn lily ‘Pagoda’ (Erythronium ‘Pagoda’)yellow fawn lily ‘Pagoda’ (Erythronium ‘Pagoda’)ep25 cm3.00000000000000GP0|#e971bc48-7f23-4bc7-8926-fdc003077fad;L0|#0e971bc48-7f23-4bc7-8926-fdc003077fad|Giant White Fawn Lily;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240dfGP0|#5f7db551-b890-4c15-923c-0bbc56160e8b;L0|#05f7db551-b890-4c15-923c-0bbc56160e8b|Yellow Fawn Lily Pagoda;GTSet|#a0f9ba82-91ba-47b1-939e-163458a240df

 

 

Maple and GingerMaple and Ginger<div class="ExternalClassCEB33C5600414643B4A7D2787729077D"><p>This container design is a larger version of 'Local Luminaries'. It is a good choice for a shady spot that is sheltered from the wind.</p></div>https://growgreenguide.ca/designs/PlansPic/Pot12Thumb.jpg, https://growgreenguide.ca/plans/PlansPic/Pot12Thumb.jpg107<div class="ExternalClass84A76694AE7A45739A2B38DECDA3434E"><p>To properly maintain your container, and for best results: </p><ul><li>Prepare the container with a good quality soil suitable for containers (e.g. 3-parts potting mix to 1-part well-rotted compost). There should be a minimum soil depth of 30 cm for perennials, 45 cm for shrubs and 60 cm for trees. </li><li>Every spring, apply 2.5 cm of good quality compost to your container (try not to pile it up around woody stems).</li><li>Remove weeds as required, and inspect for pests and disease every week or two in the spring and summer. </li><li>Ensure the container has adequate drainage and that plants receive a minimum of 5 cm of water weekly during the spring and summer. </li><li>Remove and compost 'spent' blooms and leaves in the fall.</li><li>Prune only to remove misplaced or damaged stems as needed during the summer. The plants suggested here should not require pruning to reduce size. </li></ul> </div>

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