New here, and to gardening.
Is it possible plant echinacea in window planters? The planter is 12"x12"x48". It is hanging on my deck railing in the vacinity of my bird feeders. It gets 6-7 hours of light a day. The idea here is to get photos of birds with coneflowers in fore/back ground.
When flowering is done replant coneflower in yard and wait till next year to add it back to bird garden. I have also thought about using black-eyed susans and other large perennials native to South Carolina.
Is this sort of thing possible to do in planters that size and is it possibe to move plants back and fourth without killing them? Maybe some directions on a pottig mix would be helpfull too.