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eping plants in low (or no) borders makes a garden look wider, while adding different levels gives a sense of texture and dimension to this backyard oasis.
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5. Protect outdoor potted plants. When the weather turns cold and potted plants (the hardy ones, not houseplants or tropicals, which must be brought
of the plant as possible. Under this insulating blanket, both plants and pots should come through the winter just fine. With this method, even terra-cotta pots can stay outdoors, as long as water can’t get into them and freeze.
When the weather turns cold and potted plants (the hardy ones
mature plants in them. If you do leave your pots outside all year, there are ways that we can help terra-cotta survive everything the winter months can throw at it.
are your container plants will need to be watered every day. Check by doing the finger test. If the top inch of soil is dry, it’s time to water. Water thoroughly. Small pots will dry out faster than larger pots, and containers in the sun will dry out faster than those in the shade.Add mulch. A layer of
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tall as a container plant) Tolerances and environmental benefits: Deer resistant; tolerates wind and coastal conditions; can grow in containers Must plant it in concrete / metal containers...this variety only. invasive unless contained.,.best to raise it above lawn.
tall as a container plant) Tolerances and environmental benefits: Deer resistant; tolerates wind and coastal conditions; can grow in containers
notice clean trim of lower segments of plant. might have to do that for all of the timber bamboo in the far backyard. Trimming plants from the
AK bamboo (clumping, slower growing - up to 35 ft. tall) - plant in containers on ground around deck
well in containers. Containers keep the size down and allow for you to use it on a patio or even in a well-lit indoor space.
ceramic containers in the same shape and size bring harmony to this collection of plantings. You can also create this effect with other plants, such as cacti, succulents, flowering annuals and ferns.
Like the look of uniform containers,
Containers and planting for back deck, front patio
Instead of planing....containers. Looks very cool
variety of plants used in each one adds interest, though using a single plant would work just as well.
3. 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
outdoor plantings. Getting water to your plants with ease is very important.