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Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Beach House, Bainbridge Island
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Pls what's the name of the greenplant in the big pot on the right.?
Evergreen for pot at front door
love the idea of various sized pots with greenery
Pots with coleus colored would be nice
FENCE is fabulous. Nice container assortment too
whether you’d like to use single plantings or create a grouping of plants in each pot. “With the exception of 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 and is lower maintenance,” says Treherne
“nice pot colors” — suzannejcook
Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
10 Reviews
Classicnursery.com jan 2012 uploads
Ideabooks8,320
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What types of plants and flower are used in this pot?
What are the exact flowers/ plants in this pot please?
I would like to replicate this pot, but need help in identifying the plant/flowers. What is the green leaf in the middle, previous reply mentioned potato vine being in there, is that solanum
Love the colors and flowers in this container
MatisseThis container shows the spirit of Matisse in its exuberant planting. The mixture of cosmos, impatiens and verbena in an informal mass clearly shows how the complementary colors work together.
Lose inhibitions to create the perfect baroque-style planter. I suppose the planted container has been
“Backyard” — pnag1
Pot Incorporated
Container Gardening Magazine, 2012 Edition
Ideabooks5,820
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Last summer the Fine folks at Fine Gardening photographed all of our container designs for the this years annual edition of Container Gardening Magazine. With the help of Josh McCullough from www.phytophoto.com we supplied nearly all of the content for the issue. It's on shelves now...
What is the trailing plants in these containers, and are they suitable for shade? Thank you.
“Exterior color.” — mashybeans
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
City Townhouse
Ideabooks5,344
Questions2
What are the plants in the back container and are they zone 4 tolerate
Hi Jackie3418. The plants in the back container are not hardy in zone 4. The middle one (tall spiky one in the centre of the container ) is a phormium and the green trailer is ipomea (sweet potato vine). The phormium is moderately hardy here. Sometimes we get a cold wet winter on the west coast and they
Container pots Great idea for entrance
purple fountain grass in a pot arrangement
Like this idea for terrace - small mulit plant pots
how colorful potted planting can be without the color of flowers.
spirit of an abundant garden can live on a patio or deck — expressed in thoughtful, well-arranged container gardens like those shown here.Movement, spontaneity and a great sense of color overflow from these pots and make this a rather alluring place to be.
“plants and pots for front porch” — mguinasso
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
34 Reviews
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 www.WestoverLd.com Photos by Rich Pomerantz
question....the other plants include Huchera Plumb Pudding, Lobelia Monet, Johnny Jump Ups, trailing verbena, and a dwarf Hawthorn tree in the largest container. Hope this helps! More at www.WestoverLd.com Robert
large pot with variety of plants
up seeds, plants and soil for your pots. Have fun mixing different species; check out the tags for flower colors and heights when planning your planters and pots.Get the no-fail formula for grouping plants in pots
water well. If you have empty pots to fill, make a trip to the garden center and choose new plants. Be sure to select healthy plants that are suited to the light levels of your patio — and don't hesitate to ask for advice if you need it.The secret to grouping plants in a pot
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“i like the the combo plants in these pots. greens and flowers are nice” — lindaolson55
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Mediterranean Perennial
Ideabooks1,854
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Grouping culinary herbs with chard. Visual arrangement in lovely clay pots.
Three to five plants for a 12-inch-diameter pot • Six to nine plants for an 18-inch-diameter pot
multitude of plants in one container.” “Beautiful container herb gardens! 3-5 plants for 12 in diameter pot, 6-9 plants for 18 in diameter pot. Use potting mix specifically made for” “Love the pot in the foreground -- beautiful!” “3-5 plants in 12" diam pot 6-9 plants in 18" diam pot The majority of herbs loke
Mixed flowers and vegetables in pots
know how many plants to put in one pot, it’s best to check the mature size of the plant. If that’s not possible, you can follow these guidelines using 4-inch starter plants:• Three to five plants for a 12-inch-diameter pot• Six to nine plants for an 18-inch-diameter potThe majority of herbs like well-draining
“drought tolerant potted plants” — alexaakathou
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Cottage Perennial
Ideabooks2,118
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where can I buy large light weight containers
give me a little more information about how these bulbs were planted? I have never planted bulbs in containers-only in ground. I live in Boston so not sure if they'd survive the winter in the containers outside? Do you know if they'd be ok if I kept them in the basement or indoors for the winter? Its
I'm sorry...I don't have any idea who carries that type of container in your area but if you google fibreglass garden containers in New York you will probably get some results.
my tulips in container next yr
See Bookmark 7 Great Container Plants for Early-Spring Appeal
Tulips - store bought, nestled in container
Tulips and other spring-blooming bulbs add bright color to containers. While
“Tulips in planters” — Fei Deng
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
A Modern Tropical Patio Garden
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A grouping of large pots with tropical plantings. The garden is in the False creek area of Vancouver. © 2012 Glenna Partridge. All rights reserved.
Love these potted plants. Just beautiful!!!
Is the palm tree planted in the pot or behind it? If it is in the pot could I have the size pot you used? Thank You, Marilyn
Thank you for the compliment! Yes the palm is planted in the container. The container measures around 36" across. It has been in this container now for around 5 years and we fertilize about once every 10 days during the summer months. The container is made of a light weight fibreglass composite with a copper
copper finish. One thing you have to watch out for when you plant in a light weight container is that as the palm grows it gets a bit top heavy and can topple over in the wind. We had to dig it out and weigh down the container with bricks. I hope this helps! Glenna
“Tropical Modern” — kristinbaron
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