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Beach House, Bainbridge IslandBeach Style Landscape, Seattle

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scaparelli wrote:Jan 19, 2016
mindy29 wrote:Sep 2, 2014
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    Hi Mindy - that pot comes from a wholesaler in the Seattle area called AW Pottery. If you are local to Western WA, they sell through various retail nurseries here.
Siti Raidah wrote:Jun 27, 2014
demeadeduro wrote:May 12, 2014
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    Hi there - that is a dwarf arborvitae - Thuja occidentalis 'Fire Chief'. It is much more copper-colored when in full sun and also in winter. In this spot, it gets morning sun.

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ckolander
Olander Garden Design added this to 10 Ways to Take Containers Beyond the PatioApr 2, 2015

4. Accent or screen an awkward or overlooked spot. Adding a single pot or a group or pots can be a perfect way to fill an empty corner.Tip: Other places to use a pot or pot grouping include in front of an air conditioning unit, a generator or a utility box.See more of this Washington island landscape

christine_tusher
Christine Tusher added this to 9 Tips for Creating an Artful Container GardenMay 2, 2014

5. Play with plant groupings. Decide 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.There’s no right or wrong; it’s simply a matter of personal preference.

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mak_manisha
MAK Kale added this to GardeningApr 28, 2019

Left hand side fence near rose bushes

kerenj
kerenj added this to PlantersApr 15, 2019

colours and shapes 5. Play with plant groupings. Decide 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. There’s no right or wrong; it’s simply a matter of personal preference.

kerenohr
Keren Levine added this to Sherwood Cul De SacJan 15, 2019

Corrugated metal temporary wall, potted plants sitting on gravel, stepping stones rather than patio. Must be secret garden

peel_sonya
Sonya Peel added this to Armillaries_Garden_IdeasOct 30, 2018

I like the combination planting of plants in the orange toned plants at the front of this picture.

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