Logs are organic material that will eventually decompose inside and in fact, add more nutrients to your plants.
Plants have a remarkable ability to change and adapt to whatever changing circumstances they are confronted with. One of them is the rise in a variety of sectors. For many annuals and greens, a container that is 6 to 12 inches deep and a few feet wide is ideal for growing. Most perennials and woody crops require more space than that. When choosing a plant for your container, keep in mind that the more root space you can provide your plant, the better.