9,373 terrarium container Outdoor Design Photos

Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
Lisa Port, APLD
Ideabooks1,030
Questions2
Hello just woundering where we could purchase these planter containers. Thank you
Galvanized containers cost vs wood?
planter containers...container garden...Outdoor container...Love the containers...garden containers
“Planters” — ciaranrory
$1000 Off Your Complete Remodel Project
(703) 641-9800
Email Us
Minimum purchase of $25,000
Loudoun County Design Build Firm
Best of Houzz 2014
We are an award winning a remodeling company, focusing on complete kitchen, bathroom, basement & sun room remodeling, with home additions & renovations services. Contact us for your next project!
Sponsored
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Mangan
Ideabooks2,765
Questions1
a raised stepping stone path creates a bridge between the patio and a destination on the other side, containing lounge chairs and a small edible garden.
of a secret garden. In the space shown here, a raised stepping stone path creates a bridge between the patio and a destination on the other side, containing lounge chairs and a small edible garden.
of a secret garden. In the space shown here, a raised stepping stone path creates a bridge between the patio and a destination on the other side, containing lounge chairs and a small edible garden.
“Concrete steps dog is walking on can be used to lay on with water underneath” — 141clubhouse
Designing Nature Inc.
3 Reviews
Country estate
Ideabooks98
Questions0
Example of winter container using natural materials. Designing Nature Inc.
christmas container...container designs...holiday container...outdoor container...seasonal container
“Xmas” — loridben
Kim Gamel
4 Reviews
spring container plants
Ideabooks266
Questions1
Great container plant; grows only 6 " or so high.
good front of container - comes in a variety of colors
blooming time. Primrose is a semievergreen perennial that comes in a wide variety of colors. Its short stature makes it appropriate for the front of a container. Botanical name: Primula vulgaris USDA zones: 4 to 8 (find your zone) Light requirement: Partial shade Water requirement: Medium moisture Size: 3
blooming time. Primrose is a semievergreen perennial that comes in a wide variety of colors. Its short stature makes it appropriate for the front of a container.Botanical name: Primula vulgarisUSDA zones: 4 to 8 (find your zone)Light requirement: Partial shadeWater requirement: Medium moistureSize: 3 to 6
“primrose [primula vulgaris]” — monjularamkumar
Barbara Pintozzi
September
Ideabooks12
Questions0
Petunia 'Phantom' blooming in a container in September, by Barbara Pintozzi.
Replace container gardens. It's time to refresh sad, tired containers. Here, Petunia 'Phantom' blooms with a small sedum, 'Razzleberry' and a small zinnia. Pansies and pumpkins are also good replacements for worn-out summer annuals.
Replace container gardens. It's time to refresh sad, tired containers. Here, Petunia 'Phantom' blooms with a small sedum, 'Razzleberry' and a small zinnia. Pansies and pumpkins are also good replacements for worn-out summer annuals.See 8 knockout flowers for a fall container garden
“Replace container gardens. It's time to refresh sad, tired containers. Here, Petunia 'Phantom' bloom” — jackbengrace
Steve Masley Consulting and Design
5 Reviews
Container Vegetable Gardens
Ideabooks10
Questions0
Container Vegetable Gardens
container vegetables
deck container garden
organic container garden
organic container vegetables
growing vegetables in containers
container garden...container vegetable
Le jardinet
High performance, low maintenance annuals
Ideabooks701
Questions1
Great sherbet color combo container on sunny deck
Type:Annual,PerennialPlant Height:To 4 feet tallPlant Width:To 4 feet wideBloom Time:Blooms summer to frost, depending on varietyLandscape Uses:Containers,Beds & Borders,Slopes,GroundcoverSpecial Features:Flowers,Fragrant,Attracts Hummingbirds,Attracts Butterflies,Drought Tolerant,Deer Resistant,Easy
the same, no fuss no muss, container plants
“combination is so summery” — donnatu
Toad lily, Photo by Shotaku
Ideabooks995
Questions0
walnut), the orchid-like blooms of this Asian beauty are plentiful, nestled atop the plant’s graceful stems. Plant near the front of borders or in containers where you can more easily admire the white, mauve or yellow blooms. Favorite varieties include ‘Miyazaki’, with its arching stems of purple-speckled
“toad lilly - ugly name lovely plant” — evaandzoran
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™