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Sweet Dirt Designs
container plantings for summer
All white potted sun plant for Cape deck
11 perfects Plants for MOONLIGHT GARDEN IN POTS.
best in spots that get plenty of sunlight during the day.
Brings color to outside patio in the moonlight.
Large pot by side yard ?
Moon gardens consist of white flowers and foliage that glow under moonlight. Put these luminous plants in containers for the perfect accompaniment to outdoor evening entertaining. Like all plants, some of these will have different sun requirements during the daylight hours. But all tend to work best
best in spots that get plenty of sunlight during the day.
The New York Botanical Garden
to your garden with bicolored roses. Some have spots, others have stripes, and still others sport colored petal edges. Check out 'George Burns' with its creamy petals striped with cheery red and pink — like its namesake, this rose evokes a sense of tongue-in-cheek humor. It stays smaller and compact
terrific for gardeners in zones 3 to 9, has great disease resistance and reblooms throughout the season. More enchanting two-color roses include 'Gemini', 'Scentimental', 'Hot Tamale', 'Rio Samba', 'Love and Peace' and 'Cherry Parfait'.
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
Grace Design Associates
Use of containers in small yard.
Veg in pots at front of house
growing mint in open bottom pots
I like the way they sunk the pots partway beneath the soil line.
container vegetable bed in garden (less expensive)
Potted plants soften look of garden
Mix in veggies all over yard
Great use of front yard as an edible garden!
blended garden. My own garden has seen a lot of change over the 20-plus years I've been tending it. I began raising produce in large, colorful containers set among flowering perennials in the curb strip and along the driveway about eight years ago. The large pots provide plenty of no-bend, clean-shoe gardening
gardening (my favorite kind). The pots are placed where there's great sun exposure and air circulation, providing structure, color and interest to the garden. They look great at the height of the growing season and in the off-season as well. I come home at the end of the day and spend about five minutes
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Banyon Tree Design Studio
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see article "Grow a beautfiful Fall Garden in a pot"
Coral bells in a pot - good for cold/freezing temps.
Coral Bells (shown here in front), comes in a wide variety of color options, and as perennials in zones 4 to 9, they can tolerate temperatures well below freezing.
Heuchera in a pot. What a
Beautiful Fall Garden in a Pot Coral Bells (in front) can tolerate well below freezing
Color texture of heuchera in pot
Huchera? I think in the front not sure of the
(shown here in front), comes in a wide variety of color options, and as perennials in zones 4 to 9, they can tolerate temperatures well below freezing. USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone)Water requirement: Medium moisture; well-drained soilLight requirement: Full sun to light shadeMature size: 1 to 2 feet
where can i buy the pots
Like plants in pots as accents
potted colour in the front garden
love the matura as part of a container garden
Flower garden in pots might be easier then mulch
Potted "mini gardens" are great for hardscaped areas - I particularly like to put a higher element in the center of a pot, such as a citrus, this brugmansia, a pygmy date palm, etc.
Love the colours of this rose garden in pot
Choose your container. You can use plastic or clay, depending upon where you live. Gardeners in colder climates may opt for plastic, which resists cracking in colder temperatures, while gardeners in warmer climates will find
live. Gardeners in colder climates may opt for plastic, which resists cracking in colder temperatures, while gardeners in warmer climates will find that clay pots do a better job at keeping rose roots cool during hot summers. Use containers that are large enough for the type of rose you'll be growing
15-inch-deep pots for small shrub roses up to 2 to 3 feet tall; and 18- to 22-inch-deep pots for larger shrub roses that grow up to 4 feet tall.
Michelle Jacoby, Changing Spaces
Window Boxes and Containers
Beautiful Fall Garden in a Pot Purple Fountain Grass; fountain shape with bottle-brush-like spikes;
Good for hot weather climate in the fall.
Nice idea for pots using purple fountain grass
Purple Fountain Grass (Pennisetum setaceum ‘Rubrum’) Purple fountain grass has exceptional dark purple foliage with fluffy, bottlebrush-like spikes. Its overall shape is reminiscent of a fountain, which is how it gets its common name. Although an annual in colder zones
The height of the grass in the urn. Beautiful arrangement.
a bit in between watering — once established, it's fairly drought tolerant. If you live in an area with very hot and intense sun, this grass will take some partial shade, particularly in the afternoon. If you live in USDA zone 8b or above and would like to treat purple fountain grass as a perennial,
Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design
Central Park West
round in climate like San Antonio?
want pots with greenery like this for patio area
All the pots are great for the front house
the huechera and chartreuse in planter plus sedges in front?
Even in small urban garden 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 of species. Ruralist planting, even on this scale, can provide wildlife with benefits — through the variety of plants
by the garden's very nature of being a small rural area in an urban setting.More: Let Nature Inspire Your Landscape: Grasslands to Garden