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Adrienne DeRosa
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My Houzz: New York City
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to New Jersey. To soften up the urban scenery, the designers planted a container garden of hardy shrubs, flowers and trees. The seating is kept informal
clear to New Jersey.To soften up the urban scenery, the designers planted a container garden of hardy shrubs, flowers and trees. The seating is kept informal
clear to New Jersey. To soften up the urban scenery, the designers planted a container garden of shrubs, flowers and trees. The seating is kept informal by
“light chairs white so not hot” — cforsberg
ModernBackyard
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Eagle Nest
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the look. Where can i get containers like this?
The plants are edible herbs, mostly evergreen in this Pacific NW garden, including trailing Rosemary, thyme, and sage. You can also see a white flowering
hairgal1. I'm not sure where those planters specifically are from, but Inner Gardens has a few great planters that are the same modern style, and a similar color
Fresh herbs spill from planters lining a walkway. The variety of plants used in each one adds interest
The garden. Like this idea of tall pots with plants in them.
Think of for garden herb bed on rear garden
The variety of plants used in each one adds interest, though using a single plant would work just as well.
What plants are these? I love the look...start one this year in containers
“I love having pots with edible herbs!” — amaurice2
Pot Incorporated
Endowment Estate
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accented with classic planters filled with a wide variety of dramatic plantings.
Beautiful mix of plantings in a pot. Great for an entry
8. Make a temporary focal point. Rather than plant a whole bed of flowers, plant a container garden so that it can bring summer color where it's most
that's on a patio or a doorstep. Since container combinations are typically seasonal affairs, they're often planted with the desired flowers and dismantled
dismantled or thrown out when the season is over. A container planting with rich, warm hues, like the one shown here, will remain seasonally appropriate even
If you are still on the fence about using orange, why not start with a container influenced by it? Here orange may be the dominant color, with the bright
Can you tell us what plants were used?
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Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
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Dream Home Container Plantings - Armonk, NY
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Dream Home Container Plantings - Armonk, NY
Container plantings designed and installed by Westover Landscape Design, Inc. More at ... Photos by Rich Pomerantz
other plants include Huchera Plumb Pudding, Lobelia Monet, Johnny Jump Ups, trailing verbena, and a dwarf Hawthorn tree in the largest container. Hope
Other than the petunias, what are the other plants you used?
plant choices and colorful mix looks great. Multi levels looks nice too.
1. Renew plantings. Fresh, vibrant plants can transform
Plant annual flowers and ornamental plants. Spruce up your container plantings and perennial beds with some bright-colored annuals
existing plantings a little TLC, remove dead leaves and spent blooms, and water well. If you have empty pots to fill, make a trip to the garden center and
what plants they used in planter
“Vary the size of the planters.” — angeldb
Le jardinet
Holiday Container Gardens
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Heuchera in container garden 1. Fall Container Garden
I would have never thought to include a deciduous tree in a container garden, but this would be
gardenia plant with white pumpkins for Thanksgiving, then silk magnolias and silver-dusted cones for Christmas. See the full ideabook: 5 Container Gardens
1. Fall Container GardenFall shades are the starting point for a Thanksgiving design that can easily be given mini makeovers to look great all year.Year-round
8. Get inspired with fall container gardens that can be adapted to offer year-round interest, courtesy of landscape
make sure plants left outside are winter hardy to two plant zones colder than the one you live in. For example, I live in USDA zone 6a, so my plants to remain
What kind of plants are in that?...What are the plants in that planter?
“Pots 3 in front of posts” — cynthiahowell
Le jardinet
October check list
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Plant ideas for winter container with blubs for spring
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
BULBS Northwest. "Refresh your container gardens with a selection of winter-hardy evergreen shrubs, perennials and seasonal
Fall Garden 'Princess Irene' tulips are stunning with 'Peach Flambe' coral bells
Plant fall container gardens. Refresh your container gardens with a selection of winter-hardy evergreen shrubs, perennials and seasonal color spots. Small
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
“collection” — shafik_ce93
Bliss Garden Design
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Beach House, Bainbridge Island
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What is metal wall Made of behind The plants?
5. Play with plant groupings. Decide whether you’d like to use single plantings or create a grouping of plants in each pot. “With the exception of succulent
succulent plantings, I have found that I prefer one plant per pot rather than elaborate displays. I then group pots together. This creates a cleaner look
“everything” — Donna Drecksel
Johnston Architects
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Howe Street Remodel
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I like the mixture of color and texture of the plants
Orange can dominate in mixed plantings, but here, in a border with mixed colors, it has been used to add that something extra.Cleverly the designer has
flowers of the Canna and even the parasol. The eye is led smoothly through the garden by a color that’s thought of as being brash and garish, but that here is
tall plant along wall with orange...Plants for a hot colour palette....Idea for our garden in the future
“Tropicals!” — leslieferriel
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