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Vegetables & Herbs in ContainersTransitional Landscape, Miami

Peppers and tomatoes are underplanted with zinnias in this beautiful vegetable garden. Learn how to grow easy vegetables that look great on your patio from the book "Easy Container Combos: Vegetables & Flowers." See a free, 24 page sample of the book at www.pamela-crawford.com. in the 'Books' section. Pamela Crawford designed and photographed the planter. Pamela designs landscapes throughout Palm Beach County, FL, including Boca Raton, Delray Beach, the town of Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter, and Wellington.

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cailgirl123 wrote:May 20, 2019
  • Paula Barlow
    These are garden obelisks and should be easy to find in any garden center at Lowe's, Home Depot, etc. or nursery. Great idea for tomato plants in containers-so much prettier than actual tomato cages
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    Pamela Crawford & Associates

    The ones I've seen Lowe's and Home Depot are too small. They are called obelisks, and I order them online. They are fabulous then used with tomatoes. I spray painted the ones shown in the pots.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Lauren Dunec Design added this to 10 Container Gardens That Mix Edible and Ornamental PlantsMay 1, 2019

1. Hot-Colored TrioGlazed containers and attractive trellises provide growing space for a trio of pepper and cherry tomato plants. The potted gardens seen here, by landscape designer Pamela Crawford, are just as decorative as ornamental-only versions yet offer the sweet rewards of a summer harvest. The bright zinnias that fill in around the edges attract pollinators — great for producing high tomato and pepper yields — and beneficial insects like ladybugs.Water requirement: Moderate to regularLight requirement: Full sunShop for pots and planters on Houzz

Marianne Lipanovich added this to Cherry Tomato Plant Does Double Duty as a Design ElementFeb 13, 2017

Botanical name: Solanum lycopersicum var. cerasiformeCommon names: Cherry tomato, grape tomatoOrigin: Mexico, with ancestral roots in South AmericaWhere they will grow: As an annual, cherry tomatoes grow well in almost any location; choose varieties that do well in your region if you have cool summers or extended humidity.Water requirement: RegularLight requirement: Full sunMature size: Given support, some varieties can reach 8 feet tall or tallerWhen to plant: Sow seeds or set out seedlings in spring when the soil has warmed up, night temperatures have reached 50 degrees Fahrenheit (10 degrees Celsius) and all danger of frost has passed; start seeds indoors five to eight weeks before your planned planting date, especially if your growing season is short.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Jill Harshbarger added this to Garden4 days ago

Mixing edible and ornamental plants

Shae Spence added this to Meep's ideas6 days ago

the universal idea of combing different plants to benefit both (marigolds keep the pestsvaway)

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