In this video by Angela from Growing in the Garden, she shares tips on container gardening, planting new containers, and refreshing old ones for the upcoming season. Container gardening is a simple way to start gardening or add more space to a garden, but it also has challenges because the container limits the size of the roots. It is important to use the largest containers available for growing plants and to plant in the right size container to provide the plants access to all the soil and nutrients they need. Containers can be made from anything, but it must have holes for drainage to avoid water being stuck in the bottom and causing root rot or foul-smelling soil. When filling containers with soil, it is essential to fill them all the way up and not put any rocks or filler at the bottom, as plants need access to as much soil as possible. Watering containers can be tricky, but using terracotta vessels known as Ollas is a favorite method as it provides consistent, even watering for plants and prevents them from drying out. Once containers are full of soil, they can become heavy, so it is necessary to place them before filling them up with soil.