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Holiday Container Gardens
love the colors in this container garden
Love the look of this container and would like to find out what plants are in there
1. Fall Container Garden Fall shades are the starting point for a Thanksgiving design that can easily be given mini makeovers to look great all year. Year-round interest: • Dwarf vine maple
Fall Container GardenFall shades are the starting point for a Thanksgiving design that can easily be given mini makeovers to look great all year.Year-round interest: • Dwarf vine maple tree (Acer circinatum 'Little Gem')• 'Spellbound' coral bells (Heuchera hybrid), with gorgeous purple foliage• Dwarf
with fall container gardens that can be adapted to offer year-round interest, courtesy of landscape designer Karen Chapman. Learn how to dress up your beloved summer gardenia plant with white pumpkins for Thanksgiving, then silk magnolias and silver-dusted cones for Christmas. See the full ideabook: 5 Container
Brian Patrick Flynn
I love that the container is on wheels and can be rolled
2. Mobile container garden. Branch out beyond the standard potted plant and make a container garden for the urban gardener in your life. It shouldn't take more than an afternoon to complete, but you'll want to order or find your materials at least a week in advance. See how to make a
Horticulture (the study of plant cultivation): A container garden helps any novice gain confidence in sustainable gardening for the home.
take your garden with you around the house? This mobile planter is a flexible and fun way to bring living green to whichever space needs it most.See how to make this mobile planter box
This DIY rolling planter stashes a beautiful container garden. You can move this garden-on-wheels to a feature spot
Vegetable Garden in Containers
vegetable garden is used year round. It is set up with an automatic watering system for a busy homeowner. The large containers are livestock watering troughs; tall enough to keep small dogs out.
Do the containers need holes in the bottom for drainage?
bottom of container. Already started my raised beds out of wooden pallets, but definetly keeping this in mind for next year. Make it permanent and very "green".
Create a space for container gardening?
I love the varying heights in this container garden.
Dark watering troughs for raised herb garden
comes to containers for edibles. Most vegetables have rather large root systems that require pots to be deep and wide. Plus, larger containers won’t dry out as quickly, making it easier on you and less stressful for your plants. Find pots at least 12 inches wide and deep; 16- to 20-inch pots are even better
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Brian Patrick Flynn
The ease of movement of this container.
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Rolling container garden. See entire article (DIY:rolling container garden).
the mobile garden and faux turf.
First up, choosing your container. In my case, I jumped on the interwebs, popped out my credit card and ordered the Food Map Container. If times are
mobile garden! be sure to put holes in the bottom for drainage. reduce weight by filling with bottles (with
choosing your container. In my case, I jumped on the interwebs, popped out my credit card and ordered the Food Map Container. If times are tough and you can't really splurge on your container, have no fear — almost anything can be mobilized by drilling drainage holes and adding casters. p.s.: How impressed
entire garden sit on a concrete pad, covered over with crushed stone for looks and proper drainage? I'm sure that places like Lowes and The Home Depot sell the protective rubber covering the top edges. But, rolling a hem toward the inside will also accomplish the same thing, just not as neatly.
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garden on concrete pads..
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Inner Gardens has a few great planters that are the same modern style, and a similar color. Here's one to give you an idea: http://www.houzz.com/photos/169937/Inner-Gardens-Fiber-Cement-Arrow-Planter--outdoor-planters- Design Within Reach is another great resource for big, modern, outdoor planters.
my herb garden. not sure where
Great Garden Idea for front of house
containers and plants for front and/or back
Plant a container garden. Although grasses are much easier to maintain, if you really want flowers to brighten up your backyard, perennials are a safe bet. Although annuals do tend to do well in container gardens, they need to be replanted each year. Container gardens are great because they allow for
Cohan container gardens
It's a variety I wouldn't have thought could go into one container-very pretty
You want to make sure you purchase potting soil for container gardens, as opposed to
You want to make sure you purchase potting soil for container gardens, as opposed to garden soil, which
soil for container gardens, as opposed to garden soil, which compacts too easily, preventing a healthy flow of air and water around your plants' root systems.
while containing ingredients that will retain moisture and hold nutrients that would otherwise drain out.Often, the term “soil” is a misnomer, as most commercially available potting mediums don’t contain actual soil, since it's difficult to obtain mass quantities of quality soil that is free of toxins
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Container Vegetable Gardens
The slight disadvantage of container-grown peppers is that they often aren’t quite as big as their garden-grown counterparts. They’re equally tasty, though, and certainly
also tops containers with compost to lock in moisture better.
patio garden. Look for a container that is at least 8 inches deep (a foot or more would be even better) and at least 16 to 18 inches wide
ge of container-grown peppers is that they often aren’t quite as big as their garden-grown counterparts. They’re equally tasty, though, and certainly a bright addition to a balcony or patio garden. Look for a container that is at least 8 inches deep (a foot or more would be even better) and at least
vegetable garden, growing one in a container allows you to start it early in a sheltered spot, then move it to its final garden spot, where it can enjoy the summer heat while its fruits slowly ripen. Anything that allows you to harvest peppers of all types earlier than you normally would is a plus for your