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What depth of drainage stones do I need in the bottom of a large planter box? Are there any recommended stones?

Last Updated: Sep 19, 2013  |  39 Views

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I think the practiceof placing stones in the bottoms of containers is no longer considered necessary. It might be best to choose a container that will allow for root growth, and one that has drainage holes in the bottom. Use a soil mix that has, in addition to organic matter (compost, etc.), sand, coarse grit, or some baked clay granules (Turface is one) for drainage.

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