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October check list
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Fall Garden 'Princess Irene' tulips are stunning with 'Peach Flambe' coral bells
Plant ideas for winter container with
conifers, bright spurge (Euphorbia spp) and evergreen sedums are easy candidates for containers — especially when dressed up with a few cheerful pansies." It's also time to plant spring-blooming bulbs — even in containers. "Dwarf daffodils, hyacinths and crocuses are just a few of the possibilities," Chapman
BULBS Northwest. "Refresh your container gardens with a selection of winter-hardy evergreen shrubs, perennials and seasonal color spots," says landscape designer Karen Chapman. For a festive
Plant fall container gardens. Refresh your container gardens with a selection of winter-hardy evergreen shrubs, perennials and seasonal color spots. Small conifers, bright spurge (Euphorbia spp) and evergreen sedums are easy candidates for containers — especially when dressed up with a few cheerful pansies
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Flower Gardens in the South
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Flower gardens around Atlanta, photographed by Simply Flowers, inc.
Different plantings, need something for front
the arrangement of plants and flowers
You can also use containers within your existing cottage garden. They're a great
space, a cottage container can work very well. Set it on a patio or in an entryway to get the look, even if you don't have the land.Design tip: You can also use containers within your existing cottage garden. They're a great way to add a decorative element, and easy to swap out if the plants start to look
“plants - caladium (red), coreopsis, purple scaveola, daisy?,” — thepurcells747
Culligan Abraham Architecture
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Churchill Place
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Walkway to pool idea, extend out existing garden.
Abundance of planted and potted plants and white lanterns placed in
Gaining container height from tree stumps
Plantings in containers
Great container gardening
Plantings for garden
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Mediterranean Landscape
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Plant arrangement at the door front
The different containers and flowers, heights
Succulent container gardens
Container gardening.
deck, container plants
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“Lori's front entry left side by wall” — Kathy Nims
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
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East-West House
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what are the plant in the container?
Dark leaved Coleus, licorice plant - Helichrysum and orange Calibrachoa (Million Bells)
Thriller, spiller and filler plants in containers
Go big with planters. Large planters add miles of curb appeal to this entry porch. The plants are canna and sweet potato vines.
large containers with cannas and sweet potato vine
miles of curb appeal to this entry porch. The plants are canna and sweet potato vines.Browse Planters in the Products sectionMore:Plant Containers Head Into Quirky TerritoryDIY Project: Mobile Container Garden
Whether your sweet potato vine is planted in a pot, a box, a bed or a bin, it will grow
pansies are quintessential fall plants, but there are many noteworthy foliage-focused plants whose colors evoke fall. Here are seven great options for your fall containers.
“Entrance planters” — stephanieheath
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Roberts Creek House
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Trellis instead of a fence, more neighborly, potted plants look classy
Lots of variation in color and textures of plants and flowers
enveloped by Carol's garden — a sanctuary secluded in plain sight. Carol maintains an edible garden with a wide variety, including beans, lettuce, raspberries, cucumber, squash, swiss chard, kale, chives and leeks. The couple is responsible for all the landscape design, plantings and built structures
Many of the plantings are heirlooms from other families' homes around British Columbia and Alberta, and many of the new plantings are native species.
“Landscaping” — kjwork
Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design
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Central Park West
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What is the dimensions (depth and width ) of the boxwood containers. Love the clean look of them.
Love the large patio with plantings
The decking and furniture on this wide balcony, in a restrained palette of warm grays, has an elegant, formal look that shows off the clipped boxwood (Buxus sp) topiary. Lime green joins in, in the almost urn-shaped containers.
What a great patio garden- narrow but fantastic use of plants
palette of warm grays, has an elegant, formal look that shows off the clipped boxwood (Buxus sp) topiary. Lime green joins in, in the almost urn-shaped containers.
“the view.” — dawnbj
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Shenton Park
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Different type of raised garden beds
Container herb garden with spaces between for tending and collecting
use these type of containers in different sizes throughout the space we have - plant a tall plant in order to block sunlight that plagues us in the late afternoon under the canopy
Unique containers to use in veg garden
Love the metal containers but does rust/toxins leach into soil?
for planting can add stones to outside of
the best tools for gardeners, as they also help reduce weeds, and those that do manage to germinate in the mulch are easier to remove than if they grow into the soil. And mulches are excellent soil insulators, helping to keep it warm in winter and cool in summer. See more of this garden
“CorTen Steel planters” — measuringout
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