10,805 garden in pots Eclectic Home Design Photos

Fiorella Design
13 Reviews
mud room
Garden shed (no need to be bigger)
rustic potting table on the left
plumbing doesn't allow for a sink, just find a cozy corner of a back porch, hall or mudroom and set up a potting bench with a few of the supplies you'll need. Don't forget a few pegs for those gardening hats.
Potting bench. Who's to say that planting needs to stop once the ground freezes? Indoor potting benches are the perfect place to carry on with your green-thumb hobbies throughout the fall and winter and also duplicates as a great place to paint. I have a potting bench
bench indoors, and it is my go-to desk for any project that's messy.Tip: If you're bringing in your outdoor bench, go over the potting bench with a wire brush to remove dirt and inspect the corners for spider nests. Use white vinegar diluted with water and spray it over the entire surface. Let soak for
“Carpet squares” — hazel13ohio
herbes en pots sur un ancien escalier
Cute idea for an herb garden.
Would love to have a little herb garden - potted to start
Starter plants for my herb garden.
out of a little space. A sweep of chalkboard paint on each pot makes it easy to keep track of which herb is which.
Because herbs grow so well in a group, keeping them together on an étagère, as Houzz user Dedeme68 has done in her garden in Australia, can help them thrive. This is a great way to
Terra-cotta pots work well for herbs, as most prefer the soil to be on the dry side. You may need to water plants in these pots a bit more if you live in a very dry climate. Small pots will need more frequent attention than larger pots.
gotten started on herb gardens, you’ll probably want to look into more unusual offerings, even if they aren’t edible.Spread the love. One great thing about herbs is that they’re usually easy to propagate by seeds or cuttings. Propagation is a great way to practice your garden skills.
“slanted planters” — victoriaduong
Eclectic Landscape
I am buying used versions of this on Craigs list, for a country garden setting on a farm. I hope to reduce my bending while tending plants. I am sure they will require extra water and could get hot in the south. But for
Drilling holes is easy. Then line bottom with garden fabric, put in 3-4 large upside down buckets so you don;t have to fill with so much soil) and throw in a bag of light weight lava rock around the bottom for drainage. Then it only takes 2 bags of soil potting mix and you can still lift it with a friend
some holes, or if you do a "garden Lasagna" set up, you won't even have to drill holes, just start with twigs and small branches in bottom, followed by smashed up pop cans, then paper, and finally dirt. Google this technique for more info & good luck! I plan to do raised gardens this year too due to a
“Like this idea!” — bganeshb
Looking to build a raised vegetable garden..
DIY Potting MixCommercial mixes can be pricey, so if you need a large amount of potting soil, you might consider making your own potting mix. To create it, mix one part garden soil, one part peat moss and one part perlite or coarse sand. If using your own garden soil, avoid using
already included). You can easily incorporate a granular, slow-release fertilizer to feed your plants over a period of time.Read more about Container Gardens on HouzzMore: How to Pick a Mulch — and Why Your Soil Wants It
culverts are typically used for drainage under roadways, but when sliced into sections, they can make wonderfully stylish planters for a contemporary garden. Many building supply stores carry culverts, but you can also look online for "free for pickup" culverts that are being disposed of.Pros: Culverts
“Culverts for planters” — haemophilus
Cozy Little House
Outdoor Renovation
Where do you shop to get your fairy garden decor?
Everything.....Love the fairy Garden Look! I want to build one! :)
I like the miniature garden! Those little pots are so cute!
would like an herb garden, like the objects here as potential planters
Tubs with wheels added for container gardens
Spring planting is just around the corner, so file this idea away for warm weather. Baby pinecones nestle in mini terra-cotta pots in this container garden. It's a fun change of pace from flowers and foliage.
Spring planting is just around the corner, so file this idea away for warm weather. Baby pinecones nestle in mini terra-cotta pots in this container garden. It's a fun change of pace
Spring planting is just around the corner, so file this idea away for warm weather. Baby pinecones nestle in mini terra-cotta pots in this container garden. It's a fun change of pace from flowers and foliage.Next:Branches Bring Organic Forms IndoorsWinter Woodsy Gets an UpdateBringing Nature Inside With
“Fairy garden.” — sandiemg95
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Carole Meyer www.carolemeyerart.com
The large pot is beautiful. Can you please tell me where I can find one? Thank you.
would you please tell me what kind of plant is in the front clay pot?
planted in a pot and is growing, but I am not sure how big it will get in a pot. We have some other Italian Cypress planted in the ground and they are huge and still growing. There is also a type that they call Tiny Towers that are more compact and do not get as big. I had planted those in my pots, but they
Hello......THe pool has potted boxwood around the edge. To the left of the photo is a larger pot with an Italian Cypress and some kind of grass underplanted.
entire garden and picture on wall
i like the idea of bushes in pots
ideas for pots in back yard
“Another wall idea with art work or maybe a water wall” — nixweeds
Gardens by Jeffrey Bale
My Garden
metal garden accents
Gardens by Jeffrey Bale
My Garden...potted plants...low garden wall...terra cotta pots
“Love the outdoor carpet” — naanaaba
Anna Looper
Cottage Gardens
Cottage Gardens
plantings for deck pots?
potted plant...cottage garden...Garden detail...container garden...potted plant...Front garden
“Container” — lynndibari
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