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Making a Holiday ContainerTraditional , St Louis

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paintboxgarden
Paintbox Garden added this to 6 Rockin’ Red Plants for Winter GardensDec 11, 2013

What would a winter container be without a dash of red? I love birch branches, but they are hard to find and break easily. Use redtwig dogwood instead, adding it to your pots by the entry or front porch; the branches can also be trimmed and added to smaller arrangements indoors, too.Origin: This is a cultivar of the eastern U.S. native.Where it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 3 to 8)Water requirement: Medium to wet soilLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 6 to 10 feet tallBenefits and tolerances: Attracts birds; deer resistant; good for erosion control, as a screen plant and in a rain garden

kimgamel
Kim Gamel added this to Deck Your Containers With Holiday Cheer in Half an HourNov 21, 2012

Put in a finishing touch. I’m including a few branches tipped with LED lights for illumination at night. These indoor-outdoor lights require an outlet, but you can find battery-operated alternatives online.And there you have it! With just a few ingredients and about a half an hour, you can create a warm, inviting entryway for your guests all winter long. Show us: Please share your holiday container tips and photos below!More: Make a Mini Christmas Tree in a Pot

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debbiecorreale
Redesign Right, LLC added this to Holiday IdeasNov 29, 2018

Turn your empty pots into outdoor holiday decor using cuttings, various colors of outdoor holiday ornaments, and lights. Vary the height by using tall sticks, cuttings and ones that drape as in this photo.

rnarsaiya
rnarsaiya added this to rnarsaiya's ideasJul 22, 2018

Add some LED lights - battery operated.

christietoo
christietoo added this to CHRISTMAS IDEASApr 20, 2016

What would a winter container be without a dash of red? I love birch branches, but they are hard to find and break easily. Use redtwig dogwood instead, adding it to your pots by the entry or front porch; the branches can also be trimmed and added to smaller arrangements indoors, too.

nancyemorin
nancyemorin added this to nancyemorin's ideasApr 2, 2016

Put in a finishing touch. I’m including a few branches tipped with LED lights for illumination at night. These indoor-outdoor lights require an outlet, but you can find battery-operated alternatives online.

lynnruane
lynnruane added this to lynnruane's ideasDec 9, 2015

Christmas front porch container display.

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