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MANCHESTER, CT 06040

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If you don't think you have enough space for a garden think again!  You can create a lush and beautiful garden with virtually no garden space using containers.  With a little imagination even the smallest spot on your deck, patio, front porch or back steps can be turned into a tropical paradise using hanging baskets or small containers.  If you already have a large garden remember that containers and hanging baskets are beautiful additions that will add interest to your outdoor living space. You can bring color to a vertical incline, or extend your garden to your deck or patio with these beautiful small gardens.

Before you begin you want to remember that because a container cannot get nutrients or moisture from the ground you will need to feed and water with a little more care than you give your garden plants.  Follow the instructions, supplied with the plants, regarding care and you will have a beautiful garden throughout the season.


All products below are sold separately for your own unique design, or available in hanging baskets and mixed patio containers.

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Acalypha (Chenile)~Redhot cattails are the flowers for this unusual plant, which prefers full sun to a light shade location.

Chenile looks best in a hanging basket or window box since it has a trailing growth habit. This plant gets very full and lush when you feed it weekly. Chenile can be hung outdoors after all threat of frost has passed.

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