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Le jardinet
Great Design Plants
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Foliage tapestry in an easy care container for full sun. Design and photo credit; Le jardinet
Foliage tapestry in an easy care container for full sun. Design and photo credit; Le jardinet
Three seasons of plantsFoliage tapestry in an easy care container for full sun.Design and photo credit; Le jardinet Mass plants at the front of a border, perhaps adjacent to a dark plum stonecrop such as Sedum
Thunder and Lightning for Midsummer Garden Color
schmidtiana 'Nana'). With the pale ginger foliage of 'Pinot Gris' coral bells (Heuchera hybrid) added, this combination could easily be planted into the garden itself.
This compact field scabious also makes a first-rate container plant. The tapestry of foliage shown here showcases Thunder and Lightning field scabious against black lace elderberry (Sambucus nigra 'Eva'), lime glow barberry (Berberis thunbergii 'Lime Glow') and silver mound wormwood (Artemisia schmidtiana
“Very cool textures and plants together.” — elaineenge
Paintbox Garden
6 Reviews
Geraniums
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storage boxes and other containers found at antiques emporiums or junk shops — and mix up the look with bold colors in combinations you haven't tried before. Look at your doorway and entrance garden and make an effort this year to have fun using unusual textures and colors in containers like wagons, wheelbarrows
“plants and containers” — bf2qjw0
Pot Incorporated
Container Gardening Magazine, 2012 Edition
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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...
Shade plant container with coleus and begonia
“Absolutely gorgeous potted materials!” — pfarsad
Monrovia
Sweet Bay, Laurus nobilis
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Height:20-30 feet as a perennial; 2-3 feet tall as an annualPlant Width:15-20 feet wide as a perennial; 1-2 feet wide as an annualLandscape Uses:Containers,Beds & BordersSpecial Features:Attractive Foliage,Winter Interest,Deer Resistant
Clip tip growth freely for kitchen use or to give away. This helps control the size as well as encourages bushiness and a round top.More: Guides to gardening in your climate
“cool” — lrain60
Unique by Design
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Seasonal Landscaping & Containers
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Seasonal Landscaping & Containers
container garden
container gardening...seasonal gardening
“tuja vazone” — guzas18
Pot Incorporated
Container Gardening Magazine, 2012 Edition
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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...
The repeating colors with different plant materials plus the textural differences makes a statement with this container.
“Tellement beau” — irisitisd
Nilsen Landscape Design, LLC
12 Reviews
Charlestown Roof Deck
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Thanks for your comment! These are Fairfield containers from a company called Mayne. http://gomayne.com/products/planter-collection/50-fairfield-planters/35-fairfield-20-x-36-planter.html They are light weight and all weather, both good features for a roof deck.
specifies plant materials and website for obtaining planters for rooftop garden
Red fountain grass, salvia and sedum in containers. Beautiful and yet "wild".
wild in planter boxes. You’ll feel like you’re sitting in a field of wildflowers even if it hasn’t rained in weeks.How to Replace Your Lawn With a Garden
“Paint in charleston green” — jppricesr
Pot Incorporated
Container Gardening Magazine, 2012 Edition
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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...
Container Gardening Magazine, 2012 Edition
CONTAINER GARDENS
“Coleus” — angivran
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