49,815 outdoor potted plant Home Design Photos

Scott Weston Architecture Design PL
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Landscaping
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If you have enough time, move your outdoor potted plants to a shadier area of the yard or patio
way indoors. If you are buying a citrus tree or other large potted plant now, invest in a plant stand on casters — rolling is so much easier than lifting
patio a week or two before you plan to bring them in. This will give the plants a chance to acclimate to lower light conditions before they come all the way
move your outdoor potted plants to a shadier area of the yard or patio a week or two before you plan to bring them in. This will give the plants a chance
way indoors. If you are buying a citrus tree or other large potted plant now, invest in a plant stand on casters — rolling is so much easier than lifting
tiles as risers on outdoor stairs
“Moroccan tiles” — katenewbyricci
Gardening with Confidence®
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Gardening with Confidence® container garden.jpg
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5. Protect outdoor potted plants. When the weather turns cold and potted plants (the
5. Protect outdoor potted plants. When the weather turns cold and potted plants (the hardy ones, not houseplants or tropicals
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
5. Protect outdoor potted plants. When the weather turns cold and potted plants (the hardy ones, not houseplants or tropicals
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
windy, corral the pots with chicken wire so the leaves won’t blow away. Pile the leaves inches deep, covering the pot and as much of the plant as possible.
I like the pots & the patina on the
“Mixture of pot sizes” — bridiecobbs
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Bedminster NJ
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what kind of banana plants are with red necks? can they survive cold?
I like this tropical plants in the planters especially red necks
necks give it special character.Surprised to see these outdoors in New jersey climate!!
Potted plants in beds. Love the landscaping.
the fact that potted plants can be used on garden edges.
move your large containers around easily, consider using lightweight pots. A PotLifter is a great tool to have too.More: 9 Tips for Creating an Artful
Containers give you the opportunity to experiment with new color schemes, plants and styles without a long-term commitment, so you can go big and bold this
“Like the plants” — Michael Mathie Design
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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The Design Build Company
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Design Build: Tuscan Residence at The Bridges of RSF
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I've been searching for a weeping plant like those in the canisters. Can you tell me name of these or something similar that would survive
What is the name of the plant that looks like a big green flower ?
what is the tall varigated plant behind the trailing plants
going to suggest a donkeys/burros tail as well; I have some in a hanging pot that look sort of like that. They're sedum, and there are lots of varieties
don't do well in direct sunlight, they preferfiltered sunlight. Another plant that might do well is creeping Jenny (not a succulent; a flowering evergreen
the look of pots and draping succulents
“Cool plants” — Michael Mathie Design
Bliss Garden Design
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Pottery in the Garden
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Could you let me know what the plant is in the lefthand black pot plea
These pots were purchased from a wholesale pottery supplier in Seattle, AW Pottery, that only sells to the trade. Their pots are carried by several
is no edging. The gravel does mix with the beds a bit, but over time the plants have filled in over the edges. I don't typically like to use off the shelf
Moving pots to highlight plants at different times of year
Like the pots with flowers/plants in them. Don't particularly like these pots but like the idea.
6. To populate a garden pathA garden path lined with lovely plants, shrubs and trees is one thing, but pots like these add points
or attention-getting your pots, the more effective they will be at leading you down the garden path.
Different size pot for in front
“Like this pot design” — Michael Mathie Design
Lilyvilla Gardens
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Lilyvilla Display Garden
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What kind of plants are in the pot? Beautiful combo!
what is name of large leaf plant in garden?
Thank you for your question. The large leaf plant is Alocasia 'California'.
to the border. Plants die at the most inconvenient times — usually just before a special event or garden party. Adding a fully planted container is a quick
about plant choices in a new area; containers help bridge the gap while I contemplate longer-term options.Tip: Use this opportunity to test new plants or
The huge pot in the border...like the purple tones in these plants...Like the plants in the pot
“Pots with plant color” — dtininenko
Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Central Park West
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Hi Jeffrey, can I know the plants here ?Thx
Hi Jeffrey, it looks like there is one more plant with small dark green leaves, what is it please? also is that Achemilla mollis
i like the idea of these simple plants and the pots
Plants in pots... Like the combination...
spaces, ruralist planting ideas can be applied. In this small yard, every available space, raised bed and container has been closely planted with a wide mixture
mixture of species. Ruralist planting, even on this scale, can provide wildlife with benefits — through the variety of plants used as well as by the garden's
“Abby year round” — marilla12
Contemporary Landscape
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Do these plants in the planters have an irrigation system other than Dad?
planters with under plantings along the wall
low plants and pots to add another level
at your gate and wonder where the front door is, use pot plants to show them the way. Bright pots like these can add a dramatic element to any front yard
Asparagus ferns spilling over red pots
“Yard” — myfurniture
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