How to Space Planters

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How you will space planters in your yard depends entirely on a few key aspects of the area. Space planters the right way with help from an experienced nursing professional in this free video clip.

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Hey there, Oscar Carmona, for Healing Grounds, certified biodynamic nursery located in beautiful Santa Barbara, California. Here today, to talk to you about how to space planters. So how much space do you need? Well, you need to consider what the plants are going to grow into and so you want to make sure that they have their space and the neat thing about pots is they're modular, you can mix and match, you can turn these things around as they're growing to get them exposed in different ways. To get them to grow into a space that is their own. And when you have different size pots you create vertical space, vertical space is that magical dimension that allows you to increase your growing capacity. Where before you never thought possible. If your just looking at general basic patio floor plan or a balcony floor plan, but you can use empty containers such as this container as turned upside down as a stand to put this container on and you create even more space because you can then create more tightness of spacing below because you have plants that have their own space above. And you can do that in a number of ways, you can do that with the pots themselves, you can do that with tables and floor and shelves, you can do that with hanging tapestry like growing environments that are really wonderful for especially growing leafy greens. So remember your growing environment is not just limited to the floor space, there's a verticality to it all. I'm Oscar Carmona, for Healing Grounds, certified biodynamic nursery located in beautiful Santa Barbara, California. Remember feed the soil and let the plants feed you. Have a great day.

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