A. As a general rule all plants can be grown in containers however some are better adapted to being restricted to a container. These are often plants which are smaller and slower to grow such as alpines, bedding plants and low growing shrubs. Plants with an architectural shape are often very successful in a container a palm tree for example, which provides interest all year round and is relatively low maintenance. Plants with specific soil requirements such as Camellias are ideal in containers if your garden soil is not suitable to grow them. It is best to talk to a member of the garden centre staff about growing specific plants in containers if you are uncertain how to go about it.
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