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High performance, low maintenance annuals
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Container garden for morning sun Design and photo credit; Le jardinet
purple plant against the green ivy like plant..
Love the look of this container wothout the tree.
I like the combination of plants and the colors
densely planted container. This image shows the Arakawa Japanese maple (Acer palmatum 'Arakawa') underplanted with deep red coleus, chartreuse and bronze sweet potato vine (Ipomoea batatas), and Bonfire begonia. It also pairs well with blue or purple flowers and foliage, such as the fanflower described
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Container Vegetable Gardens
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pot. Container-grown tomatoes are more susceptible to blossom end rot, but cherry tomatoes like 'Sweet 100', 'Sungold', and 'Black Cherry' rarely have this problem. Photo by Steve Masley
grow. Plant them in at least a 7-gallon container.
7 gallon container, easier to grow
CHERRY TOMATOES Try cherry tomatoes. Tomatoes are great container plants, but it’s easy to forget to water them enough in the heat of summer
9. Try cherry tomatoes. Tomatoes are great container plants, but it’s easy to forget to water them enough in the heat of summer, and tomatoes can fall victim to blossom-end rot, a problem caused by water and calcium deficiency. Masley
grow. Plant them in at least a 7-gallon container. Steve Masley Consulting and Design Landscape Architects & Designers Container Vegetable Gardens 'Sweet 100' cherry tomatoes growing in a 15-gallon terra-cotta pot. Container-grown tomatoes are more susceptible to blossom end rot, but cherry tomatoes
“9. Try cherry tomatoes. Tomatoes are great container plants, but it’s easy to forget to water them” — Bernard Ennis
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What are the plants that you used? They
I'd like to plant some of these ideas and I can't figure out how to copy the photo.
Plant like this in the corner of the front porch by the mailbox
height, unique plants and drooping plants
Am putea pune un set asa de plante la intrare
mixture of plant height, color and texture.
thriller - upright wow plant filler - middle plant spiller - draping
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. Choose
larger plants in line, and digging up, dividing and removing a portion of Sweet Potato Vine "potatoes" when they're dormant to keep them from crowding out the other plants.
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NYC Terrace Deck: Roof Garden, Artificial Turf, Chaise Lounges, Container Plants
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Lounges, Container Plants
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beautiful plants...Do you know their names? I would like to make one myself!
purple plant is a Euphorbia ... perhaps 'Purpurea'. I don't see Potato Vine, but I do see Sedum 'Angelina'
the plant that is the tallest and a bit orange is a coleas, the bright green in front are sedum and potato vine.
Easy gardening. Potted plants. Contained & organized.
Plants only in planters and not in ground
Like the plants and pots for patio
plantings in color pots & color of concrete pots
Love the idea of grouped plants sitting on pavers with grass growing between
mixed plantings. Containers pop with contrast in this Seattle garden. For maximum impact, pair red or burgundy coleus with golden sweet potato vine in tubs and mix in bright pink annuals for added punch.
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texture and plant material to walls
For Lopresti front yard: uniform containers. maybe even all the same /uniform/ very simple along fence. plants can be ecclectic, fluffy, amorphous forms.
Getting plants off the ground. Height of plantings under windows, visible from inside.
Plant herbs in front of shed porch in large pots
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.
Tall containers bring plants to a higher level, perfect for appreciating the often-subtle leaf variations on herbs and ideal for easy harvesting. Mix flowers in with the herbs to add color and interest, as was done here.Tip:
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kind of plants are in that?
What are the plants in that planter?
love the colors in this container garden
Love the look of this container and would like to find out what plants are in there
Contrast. In pots keep plants 2 zones higher for hardiness
Plants can overwinter in containers when they are Hardy to two zones colder... Do plants exist for Zone 2???
LOVE all of these plants and flowers. Want these in
Huge container. Plantings include perrenials and biennials to have the ability to come back in the spring. Plants should be two zones more tolerant than where we live.
Other plants, such as some perennials and biennials, have the ability to come back in the spring. But because these plants won't have the added insulation of being in the ground, make sure plants left outside are winter hardy to two plant zones colder than the one you live in. For example, I live in
“fall planter” — Melanie Benwell
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The plants in the narrow planter bed look really nice.
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hanging hedge of horizontally growing juniper plants
When to plant: Spring to fall Distinguishing traits. Creeping juniper does just as its name implies, spreading at a medium growth rate to form low mounds that cover the ground or cascade over the edges of containers.
Plant .. creeping juniper
boxes planted with boxwood to create miniature formal hedging, but when space is valuable, hedges aren't a priority.Here we see a hanging hedge of horizontally growing juniper conifers used to soften the concrete retaining wall.
Use updated cultivars of childhood plants. Who doesn't remember the
“The plants in the narrow planter bed look really nice.” — jheminger
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