Winter Container Garden Ideas : Fall & Winter Flowers



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A container garden really makes a fun project to do during the cold winter months of the year. Get winter container garden ideas with help from a bulb and garden expert in this free video clip.

Expert: Hans Langeveld
Contact: www.longfield-gardens.com/
Bio: Hans Langeveld is highly knowledgable, coming from generations of bulb and garden experts.
Filmmaker: Alan Mack

Series Description: The techniques that you use for planting fall and winter flowers are a bit different from those that you would use during the spring. Get tips on planting both fall and winter flowers with help from a bulb and garden expert in this free video series.

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