DESIGN YOUR HOME
43,605 plants for container gardens Home Design Photos
sustainable garden design perth
metal containers but does rust/toxins leach into soil?
for planting can add stones to outside of flue pieces
Different type of raised garden beds
Container herb garden with spaces between for tending and collecting
VEG. GARDEN IDEA - NOTE INFO ON COR-TEN.
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
David Coulson Design Ltd.
David Coulson Design Studio
indigenous plant species are grown. The iron ladders lead to a winding iron staircase on the other end of the building.
having plants on the house, or hanging off
Pacific NW & Asian combo planting.
surroundings of plants and break room.
i love the idea of a roof garden.
Moms dream veggie garden
windows, plant placement
Green roof plantings
Roof gardening? Don't like execution
simple garden...Roof plantings...Container gardens...Garden room...plants on roof...Roof garden...Garden house...Roof garden is cool...potted plant...roof garden
debora carl landscape design
debora carl landscape design
What is the name of this cool plant that drapes down the pot. Thank you!!!!
Containers are nice shape and color
The grouping of plants and flower pots
Love these containers and the plants
great container plantings
Interesting pots and plants
Love the drapy plant
potted plants selection
combination of plants
plant mix...Plant arrangement...Pot plant 4...POT PLANTS COMBO...Container gardening...Plant ideas....containers gardens
The Taunton Press, Inc
Deck Ideas that Work by Peter Jeswald
potted plants, prickly roses, and a low planting bed, there's a little something for every taste here, but rather than feel overwhelming, it works. Although it may not appear so at first it's organized-the potted plants are grouped together and flank the door; the roses climb the house and wall and pop
single plant. Photo by: Jerry Pavia, Deck Ideas that Work, The Taunton Press
Love it. Could easily incorporate into a small space garden deign.
blends the plants with the porch
Furniture, plants and other outdoor accessories bring the best of modern life outdoors. Organize plants in a container garden that adds color and structure to the deck and can be used to flank doorways and stairs. Extend the use of your deck throughout the year with a chiminea, freestanding fireplace, fire
Holiday Container Gardens
kind of plants are in that?
What are the plants in that planter?
love the colors in this container garden
Love the look of this container and would like to find out what plants are in there
The purple viney plant is coral bells...
Plant for year round color and just add seasonal accents
Other plants, such as some perennials and biennials, have the ability to come back in the spring. But because these plants won't have the added insulation of being in the ground, make sure plants left outside are winter hardy to two plant zones colder than the one you live in. For example, I live in
so my plants to remain outdoors should be hardy to zone 4. Find your USDA hardiness zone
8. Get inspired with fall container gardens that can be adapted to offer year-round interest, courtesy of landscape designer Karen Chapman. Learn how to dress up your beloved summer gardenia plant with white
entire garden sit on a concrete pad, covered over with crushed stone for looks and proper drainage? I'm sure that places like Lowes and The Home Depot sell the protective rubber covering the top edges. But, rolling a hem toward the inside will also accomplish the same thing, just not as neatly.
miniature garden, pots, vs in the ground, more contained
Brian Patrick Flynn
The ease of movement of this container.
Get that Foodmap garden container NOW. foodmapdesign.com
Rolling container garden. See entire article (DIY:rolling container
the mobile garden and faux turf.
container idea for herbs on deck
Portable huge plant pot… to make less heavy fill
mobile garden! be sure to put holes in the bottom for drainage. reduce weight by filling with bottles
choosing your container. In my case, I jumped on the interwebs, popped out my credit card and ordered the Food Map Container. If times are tough and you can't really splurge on your container, have no fear — almost anything can be mobilized by drilling drainage holes and adding casters. p.s.: How impressed
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 my zone 3 area, if they warm early that's good
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 disability
painting the containers white keep the plants from getting to hot here?
1 or 2 in the garden
ground garden so you can control moisture and temperature?
Renovating in Ashburn? Contact a local pro