Sir you are right. But again location of the plant is critical in severe climate, whether in a pot or in ground. In pots one has the flexibility to shift the plants as per season and one can create artificial environment for a few plants. In ground this flexibility is not there but there are many other advantages of planting in ground. My take on this is that delicate plants which can not survive severe weather (both summer and winter) may be kept in pots. They wont flourish as well as the plants in ground but will be able to survive excessive heat / cold, when shifted to appropriate locations. Delicate plants should better not be planted in ground, specially if the location is exposed.Syed Adnan wrote:It is to be noted that these can survive in ground but in pots they struggle a lot , pots gets heated quickly and because of escessive heat roots gets over dried and plant wilted, for me Cactus, succlents and surprisingly croton is performing well.
KBW wrote: location of the plant is critical in severe climate,
Farhan Ahmed wrote:@Irfan. Read this thread if still any problem let me know
http://gardeningpakistan.com/viewtopic. ... ing#p15635
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