187,086 container garden Home Design Photos

Eclectic Landscape
Ideabooks60,056
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I am buying used versions of this on Craigs list, for a country garden setting on a farm. I hope to reduce my bending while tending plants. I am sure they will require extra water and could get hot in the south. But for
some holes, or if you do a "garden Lasagna" set up, you won't even have to drill holes, just start with twigs and small branches in bottom, followed by smashed up pop cans, then paper, and finally dirt. Google this technique for more info & good luck! I plan to do raised gardens this year too due to a
I live in Sacramento area, would painting the containers white keep the plants from getting to hot here?
If you're in to gardening these would be pretty cool.
“outdoor garden” — Kristin Carroll
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Bocce Ball court
Ideabooks46,810
Questions20
What is the thickness of the pavers in your lovely garden?
I've used this Cor-ten and other metals for herb and veggie gardens. We paint the interior with Rubberizit non toxic rubber compound. This keeps any metal from leaching into the soil. It's a great product and can be
I got some steel plater boxes made for me by sarabistudio.com and now my veggies grow twice as much and my garden looks like a piece of art
garden on the side of the house
raised vegetable garden with stone path around, will need to be in fenced area.
also the season of juicy, ripe fruits and vegetables. If you have the space, add a potted lemon tree or two to your balcony. You can also do container gardens or window boxes with herbs or a few berry plants, or raised beds of vegetables. (We all know how good homegrown tomatoes are in summer.)
“Boxes” — katester444
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Concrete Garden steps
Ideabooks2,087
Questions0
roof Mix it in a container garden Dot it into a rock garden How can't you use blue fescue? Its growing tolerances mean it thrives in many different conditions, but its adaptable appearance suits almost any garden style: modern minimalist gardens, contemporary coastal gardens and even lush, nat
container garden •Dot it into a rock garden How can't you use blue fescue? Its growing tolerances mean it thrives in many different conditions, but its adaptable appearance suits almost any garden style: modern minimalist gardens, contemporary coastal gardens and even lush, natural-style gardens
soften the steps, as the steps become a garden in themselves. (Consider the safety of plantings like these in your garden before implementing them.)
“Plants in stairs” — Maryam McMullin
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks15,465
Questions7
This is the Berkeley light fixture from Arroyo Craftsman with the verdigris finish...I believe. However, we did not do the lights, just the container.
Bring in some plant life. Even if you don't have the space, time, or energy to have a summer garden, there are still plenty of easy and beautiful ways to incorporate plants into your home. A container garden is a perfect way to benefit from the beautiful flowers and herbs that flourish in the summer
“large glazed urn” — jeannettebbrown
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Garden
Ideabooks8,899
Questions4
Love the mirror in the garden!
Kitchen area of the garden - Area 2. Love the mirror in the garden, has that sort of secret feel...prolific bourganvillea
Garden mirror propped looks like our garden
idea of a mirror reflecting the garden
casually slung low to the ground, giving the area a laid back, easygoing vibe. Increase the attraction of your favorite container garden by placing one directly behind it..
The garden offers even more possibilities. A table set beneath the shade of a tree or arbor would make an inspiring place to work
English cottage. This garden is reminiscent of the English classic book The Secret Garden. Lush vines, rich color and quiet nooks for reading and relaxing give it a peaceful feel. If you're inspired by the Brits' beautiful gardens, start with a table and chairs in painted white
“Which style do you prefer?” — sdeards
Singing Gardens
5 Reviews
Driftwood DIY
Ideabooks530
Questions0
This driftwood arrangement is also great for garden parties, host and housewarming gifts, birthday parties, hanging gardens, container gardens, vertical gardens and upcycled home and garden projects.
out and plant them in the ground. This driftwood arrangement is also great for garden parties, host and housewarming gifts, birthday parties, hanging gardens, container gardens, vertical gardens and upcycled home and garden projects.
ground. This driftwood arrangement is also great for garden parties, host and housewarming gifts, birthday parties, hanging gardens, container gardens, vertical gardens and upcycled home and garden projects.More ideas for beautiful container gardens
“Driftwood” — Jac
Portico Design Group
2 Reviews
Roxton
Ideabooks150K
Questions21
photo credit: Kristen McGaughey, custom herb garden from Studio N2
Love the wall garden! How do the plants get sufficient sun?
Do you happen to have a source for the herb garden prop?
Are there directions somewhere on how to create the wall herb garden?
As plantas nesta imagem são artificiais, mas parece que tem hortas verticais (vertical herb Garden) naturais que você pode comprar. Só precisa colocá-la onde tem sol.
I love the hanging herb garden
Herb garden (put in butlers pantry)
Her garden in ball jars...love it
Whether you rig up a creative wall-mounted container garden like the one shown here or plant a few basic pots and plunk them on the windowsill, having fresh herbs on hand is a summer must.
“Le natural herbs!!!” — arttycookie
Land Design, Inc.
Fenced Garden
Ideabooks16,223
Questions3
A classic fenced vegetable garden integrated into an existing landscape where it serves as a focal point.
What are the dimensions of this garden?
This is what I am making for my garden
Possible use on a balcony adapted to smaller size if nec. Hose system great for container gardening
Ooooo soaker hoses! Good idea in container garden!
Raised gardening would be great in our backyard
top of the hose.Soaker hoses work very well for closely planted edibles and those in larger containers or garden beds. You can cover them with mulch; just be sure that the mulch doesn’t crowd the stems of the plants.
and will turn it off (and sometimes on) for you. Soaker hoses can be snaked through garden beds next to the plants. Attach a hose to them, turn them on and let the water slowly seep into the ground. For an edible garden, choose one in which the water seeps out of the sides rather than sprays out the top
“Garden” — Aly Kat-Family
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