Plant a Winter Hanging Basket

In mild climates, seasonal hanging baskets add a splash of color to the garden throughout the coldest months.

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Plant the Top and Water

Add the plants and fill in around them with more soil. Firm them in. Place a small plastic pot near the center to act as a watering reservoir. Water into this pot to make sure it reaches the plants' roots.

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