decordemon
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Brian Patrick Flynn
 

Brian Patrick Flynn

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November 11, 2012
burntcarmine wrote:
Who makes the plant container and is it available for purchase?
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decordemon added this to DIY Project: Mobile Container Garden
Step 1: In order to achieve a well-balanced look, you've gotta choose the right plants. Similar to painting a canvas, it's all about colors, textures, shapes and scale. Being a fan of masculine aesthetics, I opted for grasses pumped up with bold color. The tall, wispy blades are liriope and the small bursts of violet are cyclamen. p.s.: How fun is the word "cyclamen"? It's up there with "pansies" and "sprinkles." In a perfect world, I'd start everyday by saying "Gotta run outside and sprinkle the pansies, then tend to the cyclamen."

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Gotta have this!!!! stores.foodmapdesign.com
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First up, choosing your container. In my case, I jumped on the interwebs, popped out my credit card and ordered the Food Map Container. If times are tough and you can't really splurge on your container, have no fear — almost anything can be mobilized by drilling drainage holes and adding casters. p.s.: How impressed are you with my lush and healthy lawn? Well, don't be, it's faux turf; there's no way I can kill it, and it feels great on my bare feet. Step 1: In order to achieve a well-balanced look, you've gotta choose the right plants. Similar to painting a canvas, it's all about colors, textures, shapes and scale. Being a fan of masculine aesthetics, I opted for grasses pumped up with bold color. The tall, wispy blades are liriope and the small bursts of violet are cyclamen. p.s.: How fun is the word "cyclamen"? It's up there with "pansies" and "sprinkles." In a perfect world, I'd start everyday by saying "Gotta run outside and sprinkle the pansies, then tend to the cycl
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step 1 - choosethe right plants to achieve a well-balanced look - its all about colors, textures, shape and scale. (opt for grass pumped upp with bold color)
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