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  • How to Use Grow Bags

    Created by Dixie on

    Can dwarf fruit trees be grown in grow bags? What about grape vines? (I’m talking about a permanent planting, not just temporary.)

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    E. Vinje


    Any plant that can be grown in regular nursery pots can be grown in grow bags. Both grapes and dwarf fruit trees can thrive in pots as long as you provide proper conditions by either adding drainage or using specific soils. You will probably have to re-pot your plants as they grow in size, so it is technically not a permanent home for them. Either way, looks like you’re in the clear!

    Happy gardening!

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