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Becky and David Schnaidt's 1850 Granville house has been around the block, so to speak — it was moved twice before settling down in town. Their small garden benefits from three generations digging in the dirt together. Her mom (who brought plants from her childhood home) and two daughters often join in. Becky is an eager student of Kevin's as he introduces her to new ways to "stuff a container with plants."
Container Gardening For good root growth in containers, plant in a soilless mixture, using one-half peat moss with a quarter each of perlite and vermiculite. Apply a soluble fertilizer every two weeks,