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Shrubs and Trees can be great assets to your deck container garden, but they need very big pots to survive. Make sure that your deck or porch can hold the weight of very large pots before you begin [url=http://epoxygaragefloor.org]Outdoor Installation Of Safe And Healthy WPC Floor[/url] . They will get quite heavy when wet with water.
A way to guide your plant selections is to determine if your heat is moist or dry, and then look to the natural places that are either hot and humid, or hot and dry for ideas. Desert plants live in the desert because they are adapted to the climate and like it hot and dry. Seashore plants live where it is hot and maybe cold, and humid. Tropical climates are also hot and humid.
Best choices for searing hot weather include plants with small leaves, especially needled evergreens. The needles are just tiny leaves. Small leaf size reduces the amount of moisture that can evaporate from the plant. Plants with large leaves can transpire much more water thus removing moisture from the entire plant. Large leaves will wilt and dry up quickly when they get too dry.
Obviously, these plants like us need water to live, so you need to set up a watering system. You can buy special irrigation systems, that are not that expensive, for containers that attach to either a timer on an outdoor water faucet, if you have one of those on or near your deck, or to a large bucket of water from which the containers wick water. Someone has to fill this bucket regularly though. I use a regular size garden hose that I attach to the water faucet at my kitchen sink to water the containers on my hot, dry, windy porch.
If you take the time to make the right choices for your deck garden, you will enjoy it immensely and not have to worry about plants shriveling up and dying in the middle of a heat wave. Be prepared!
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