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Kate Michels Landscape Design
4 Reviews
Mediterranean Garden
This container is filled with a variety of Echeveria and Sedum. The red plants are Echeveria agaroides.
I'm interested in the maroon plant at 11 o'clock too. thanks :)
love the combination of plants in this
This container is filled with a variety of Echeveria and Sedum. The red plants are Echeveria agaroides.
multi plants for small contained space
the planting colours are just right and the plants themselves really blend and compliment each other
plants for the pots next year
Love the different types of containers being used, great ideas!
outdoor plants. But be wary when using terra-cotta pots — they tend to dry out most quickly. To see if your plants need to be watered, place your finger a centimeter or two below the soil. If it's moist, no water is needed.More fuss-free ways to garden
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Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
27 Reviews
Dream Home Container Plantings - Armonk, NY
Home Container Plantings - Armonk, NY
Container plantings designed and installed by Westover Landscape Design, Inc. More at www.WestoverLd.com Photos by Rich Pomerantz
other plants include Huchera Plumb Pudding, Lobelia Monet, Johnny Jump Ups, trailing verbena, and a dwarf Hawthorn tree in the largest container. Hope this helps! More at www.WestoverLd.com Robert
Other than the petunias, what are the other plants you used?
large pot with variety of plants
what plants they used in planter
like the plant choices for pots
Just a beautiful collection of different plants and flowers, mix and
Mixing plants in the same pot
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Plant annual flowers and ornamental plants. Spruce up your container plantings and perennial beds with some bright-colored annuals. Good cold-tolerant choices include ornamental cabbages and kale, pansies, violas, alyssums, snapdragons, cyclamens and stocks.
“Front porch container” — Jennifer Cotti
J. Peterson Garden Design
through fall Planting tips: Plant in spring to fall in mild climates; in colder climates, use croton as a container plant accent or as an annual in a perennial border or bed.
through fallPlanting tips: Plant in spring to fall in mild climates; in colder climates, use croton as a container plant accent or as an annual in a perennial border or bed.
foil for container plantings with ornamental grasses and fall annuals. For those living in colder climates, treat this one as an annual or bring it inside for the cold months.USDA zones: 9 to 11Water requirement: AverageLight requirement: Sun to partial shadeMature size: 4 to 6 feet tallSeasonal interest:
“Croton. Z. 9-11. Inside for cold mos. 4-6' tall.” — Nora Elizabeth
Banyon Tree Design Studio
7 Reviews
Edmonds Residence
holes. The containers are filled with soil--a good organic potting soil specially formulated for edibles.
Te name of these container are stock tank. I spent about 1h30 to find what the name are to simplify my search
the tin plant holders I think water holder for cattle, somewhat like it
Sunday: Plant something. Plants help clean the air and keep our planet cool. Do your part and take advantage of whatever space you have to grow something. Don't have a huge yard? Not a problem. Get creative with container planting, a vertical garden or even a pot of herbs on your windowsill.
them as containers to plant your seeds.
Project: Container gardenDifficulty: EasyEstimated time: An afternoonWant an edible garden in raised beds but don't have the time or desire to do major construction? Take a cue from the folks at Banyon Tree Design Studio and fill galvanized troughs (yes, the kind livestock drink from) with soil and compost
“hmm trough idea” — swengie
Gardening with Confidence®
1 Review
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your container plants well. From hanging baskets to veggies on the deck, most of us have some kind of container planting. August can be hot, so be sure to keep your container plantings well hydrated.
“beautiful” — shellyjoy
Nagami Kumquat
container plants 8ft tall when in the ground
When to plant: Fall, winter or spring
Kumquat. Container plant Fruits in winter
shiny-leafed plant is small enough to live in a container for several years. Move your container plant into a protected spot (or indoors) if winter nights get too chilly. Botanical name: Fortunella margarita 'Nagami' Where it will grow: USDA zones 9–10 Water requirement: Moderate, more often in hot climates
Kumquat Plants with thumb-size fruits like glossy gems start to show color in fall and peak in spring. The bushy, shiny-leafed plants are small enough to live in containers for several years. Move your container plant into a protected spot (or indoors) if winter nights get too chilly. USDA zones: 9-10
“Beautiful kumquats. I am hungry and could eat them like grapes!” — krudnyk
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Modern Tropical
e.com/Plant-Details/424/ Here's a couple of Houzz ideabooks that give you info and ideas http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/1968745/list/Great-Design-Plant--Canna--Pretoria- http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/2531483/list/Great-Design-Plant--Cannas I hope this helps! Glenna (PS. I put three plants - 1 gallon
annual planting in the next few weeks and I will be able to see what products you have to offer. Chat to you soon. Glenna
Hi jasonboland, The large leaved tropicals in the containers are Canna lilies. The green one is Canna 'Bengal Tiger'. Here's a link for
these containers and fertilized weekly with 15-30-15)
different levels of plants and the plants in the various pots
Paved space well integrated with container garden.
“Tall tropical arrangement” — Jessica Symes
The Artist Garden
Tribeca Terrace Garden New York, NY
Mixture of plants and container plantings
container planting very attractive and tranquil
plants and colors, back of bench
Ideas for plants in containers & ground.
Plants in planters for back patio
the skinny trees and all green plants flowing out of pots
Beneath the container planting is a very simple, formal design, that without the informality of that planting would make a very sterile area. In most contemporary roof and balcony gardens, you tend to find very regimented planting in a minimalistic design — rows of repetitive planting in identical containers
space by planting tall trees in large planters. The visual lift will make your rooftop feel like a real destination. Also, adding trees to a city roof is beneficial for the environment — just be sure to check on weight limits before adding any very heavy planters.
“Tree” — ansv
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