This is an example of a transitional landscaping in Miami.

Vegetables & Herbs in Containers

Transitional 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 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.
This is an example of a transitional landscaping in Miami. - Houzz

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Lynn Wu wrote:May 20, 2019
  • Paula Barlow
    last year
    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
    last year

    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.

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Lauren Dunec Design added this to The Most Productive Fruits, Veggies and Herbs to Plant Right NowApril 14, 2020

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