NYC Roof Garden: Terrace, Composite Deck, Container Garden, Fiberglass Pots

These eye-catching red lacquer fiberglass planters gave this terrace garden a much needed splash of color. To give her wicker seating area more privacy from nearby buildings, we planted tall evergreen arborvitaes in charcoal-colored fiberglass pots. The deck is a Trex composite deck, which is approved for fire safety by the NYC Department of Buildings. Read more about this garden on my blog, www.amberfreda.com.
Manhattan Roof Garden: Terrace, Composite Deck, Container Garden, Fiberglass Pot
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These eye-catching red lacquer fiberglass planters gave this terrace garden a much needed splash of color. To give her wicker seating area more privacy from nearby buildings, we planted tall evergreen arborvitaes in charcoal-colored fiberglass pots. The deck is a Trex composite deck, which is approved for fire safety by the NYC Department of Buildings. Read more about this ga...More
“Red planters” — jlancira
NYC Roof Garden: Terrace, Composite Deck, Container Garden, Fiberglass Pots
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These eye-catching red lacquer fiberglass planters gave this terrace garden a much needed splash of color. To give her wicker seating area more privacy from nearby buildings, we planted tall evergreen arborvitaes in charcoal-colored fiberglass pots. The deck is a Trex composite deck, which is approved for fire safety by the NYC Department of Buildings. Read more about this ga...More
“Trailing plants” — Kathleen Devine
Upper East Side Roof Garden: Terrace, Composite Deck, Container Garden, Fibergla
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These eye-catching red lacquer fiberglass planters gave this terrace garden a much needed splash of color. To give her wicker seating area more privacy from nearby buildings, we planted tall evergreen arborvitaes in charcoal-colored fiberglass pots. The deck is a Trex composite deck, which is approved for fire safety by the NYC Department of Buildings. Read more about this ga...More
“Planters” — dhberg
UES Roof Garden: Terrace, Composite Deck, Container Garden, Fiberglass Pots
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These eye-catching red lacquer fiberglass planters gave this terrace garden a much needed splash of color. To give her wicker seating area more privacy from nearby buildings, we planted tall evergreen arborvitaes in charcoal-colored fiberglass pots. The deck is a Trex composite deck, which is approved for fire safety by the NYC Department of Buildings. Read more about this ga...More
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