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Huettl Landscape Architecture
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Concrete Garden steps
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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
steps become a garden in themselves. (Consider the safety of plantings like these in your garden before implementing them.)
“Idea for Mum” — sleightofeye
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Amy Renea
Garden Tour
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great crop to grow in containers on the porch. They do not like direct sun in the hot days.
2. Salad greens. Salad greens are another easy choice for a container. Most have very shallow roots, and putting them in a raised container, such as this old wagon, allows them to become garden highlights rather than
greens are another easy choice for a container. Most have very shallow roots, and putting them in a raised container, such as this old wagon, allows them to become garden highlights rather than often-overlooked low-lying plants. Mass a single type of green in one container or plant a mix. You’ll need a pot
greens are another easy choice for a container. Most have very shallow roots, and putting them in a raised container, such as this old wagon, allows them to become garden highlights rather than often-overlooked low-lying plants.Mass a single type of green in one container or plant a mix. You’ll need a pot
“green for healthy” — tieuphuong
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
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East-West House
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what are the plant in the container?
large containers with cannas and sweet potato vine
to this entry porch. The plants are canna and sweet potato vines.Browse Planters in the Products sectionMore:Plant Containers Head Into Quirky TerritoryDIY Project: Mobile Container Garden
choose a stylish container or two.Grow a fall garden in a pot
Do your planters go with your architecture? Match the planters to your home's style. For example, urns go well with classic and transitional homes, bullet planters work well with modern homes, and rectangular containers pair up nicely with
quintessential fall plants, but there are many noteworthy foliage-focused plants whose colors evoke fall. Here are seven great options for your fall containers.
“Planters and height” — streemdesign
Singing Gardens
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Driftwood DIY
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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
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Roxton
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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?
parece que tem hortas verticais (vertical herb Garden) naturais que você pode comprar. Só precisa colocá-la onde tem sol.
Great idea for an herb garden
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.
3. Clever ideas in the home always hook readers. This mason jar herb garden caused quite a stir. Although it’s just
“nice herb idea” — figtreedave
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Garden
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Love the mirror in the garden!
Garden mirror propped looks like our garden
idea of a mirror reflecting the garden
Secret Garden nook. Love the mirror.
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
“mirror on patio” — adfrazier
J. Peterson Garden Design
Jenny Peterson
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Container Garden Basics: How and When to Water Potted Plants Photo 5 of 5 How to Water It sounds simple, but there are actually preferred methods of watering container plants. For example, it’s better to water the soil rather than the
What to Use You can use a wand attachment with a hose or a simple watering can, as long as you follow the suggestions above. If you have several containers to water at one time, you may want to invest in a drip irrigation system. Many nurseries these handy devices, which can be set on timers so that
for days at a time. The emitters are placed close to the soil so that the water can reach the roots quickly. More:Container Garden Basics: The Dirt on SoilSee other Houzz container gardening guides
“sprinklers” — rodea
Barbara Pintozzi
September
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Petunia 'Phantom' blooming in a container in September, by Barbara Pintozzi.
Replace container gardens. It's time to refresh sad, tired containers. Here, Petunia 'Phantom' blooms with a small sedum, 'Razzleberry' and a small zinnia. Pansies and pumpkins are also good replacements for worn-out summer annuals.
Replace container gardens. It's time to refresh sad, tired containers. Here, Petunia 'Phantom' blooms with a small sedum, 'Razzleberry' and a small zinnia. Pansies and pumpkins are also good replacements for worn-out summer annuals.See 8 knockout flowers for a fall container garden
“Replace container gardens. It's time to refresh sad, tired containers. Here, Petunia 'Phantom' bloom” — jackbengrace
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