Archive for October 4, 2014

Gunny G: BLOGGIN' BAD!~MAKE AMERICA "AMERICAN"! AGAIN!!!!! (FUBO!) BRING BACK AMERICA's HAT! (THAT BAD ASS DEPLORABLE FEDORA!) ~ $H!T-CAN THE STAIN, STIGMA, STENCH AND SHAME OF "THE PRINCE OF FOOLS"~ AND: "FINALLY," ~ BRING THE "POF" TO JUSTICE!, EXPOSE! AINOs (AMERICANS IN NAME ONLY), AND FLUSH THE SWAMP~POWER-FLUSH! "TWICE!"-("FLOATERS" Y'KNOW!) -POTUS .45 TRUMP COCKED and LOCKED!.....-ONE RIGHTEOUS MAN--IF WE CAN KEEP HIM! ~ Illegitimi non carborundum..!

Choosing the right potYour climate determines which types of pots will do best in winter. Untreated porouscontainers, such as terra cotta and ceramic, tend to crack and break with freezing and thawing. In his USDA Zone 4 garden, Ray Mims, director of horticulture at the Denver Botanic Gardens, likes the look of his large terra-cotta pots and wants to use them all year long. So he treats the interior of his pots with pool paint.

The coat of pool paint helps to prevent moisture from entering the porous surface and causing cracks from freezing and thawing.Wood containers can be very durable, depending on wood type and exposure to the elements. Non-porous containers, like concrete, plastic and metal containers, are great for their ability to withstand the elements. However, concrete and metal containers can be heavy and awkward to move once set in place. Plastic pots have…

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