Design and Planning
Visual Impact for Containers
Read more about combining plants with different leaf color, textures, and flowers to create container gardens with visual impact.
Have you got a beautiful view from your home you would like to enhance somehow with a window box that softens the outlook and brings your garden inside? Not enough time to garden but do want something inviting to look at without losing your sense of height? Here are some designer ideas for you!
Attracting Bees and Pollinators
A bee won’t sting you if you just leave them alone – they’re too busy; and besides, I hear that a bee hanging around means there’s hard work ahead for you but tons of good luck too. So, if you want bees to visit your container garden, plant the right flowers and herbs and they will surely come.
Decor for Doorways
Stand back from any one of your entrances. What do your visitors see? Do you have space for a plant or two? Is yours an entrance that says WELCOME? Front, back, patio entrances? Door from your balcony into your home? Here we explore some good ideas that say ‘Step right in … sit right down’
Good Looking Plant Combinations
Don't limit yourself to one plant per container! Create beautiful container gardens by combining plants in the same container for maximum visual effect.
A Stumpery is a garden feature that is a sort of like a rockery but made with tree stumps and other wood. It can be a charming feature, easy to maintain and set up, not a budget buster, and will offer hours of pleasure and coolth. With these advantages try ? it?s different, green and hospitable!
Window and Railing Boxes
Window and railing boxes add to your container garden space. They can grow flowers, herbs, and even smaller vegetables and fruits. They can also be a challenge to keep well-watered. Here are the tips and tricks for you to make your window and railing boxes both bountiful and beautiful.
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