Faun Fenderson, a Louisiana Master Gardener, enjoys the versatility of container gardening. She says that she often rearranges the containers to create a different mood, control the flow of traffic in her garden, and to accommodate the growth of plant materials. New seedlings are generally placed in front, but as they get taller they are easily moved to allow visibility for smaller plants. Also, if a plant is not doing well in one location of her garden it can easily be shifted to another area of the garden where it will be happy. This is easy work with containers, as there is no digging up or getting your hands dirty. Basically you are shifting containers like musical chairs. See Faun's garden on the "Its My Garden Page."