Grow your own herbs and vegetables in compact outdoor spaces! Designed to resemble a rustic ladder, planting boxes are attached to a cedar frame.
herb garden made from a canvas shoe hanger
Garden shed made of 4 old doors
ladder of bird houses for the garden - so quaint
♥ perfect shade planter...coleus, impatiens and ivy. Pretty!
Potato vine, petunia, geranium, spanish dagger. I love the contrast of the purple and green.
Miniature plantscapes known as fairy gardens enchant Midwest gardeners. Here's how to make your own.
Buried Pot Garden!! Not only will your garden be extraordinarily charming and tidy, it'll consume less water and energy. Sunken planter gardens like this one provide both form and function. The pots prevent your herbs or plants from overrunning their designated areas, and the mulch keeps unwanted weeds and pests at bay while consuming no water and energy.
Buried pots contain aggressive herbs. I like this look!
The term groundcover means any plant which grows right ON the ground with almost no stem, They are usually so full they can be a weed deterrent. This list has some which are too tall to be considered true ground covers but I do like this list. W have quite a few of these at Beagle Ridge. Don't forget we open April 20th.
41 Groundcovers to Know & Use
(1) Tropicanna® Black cannas, (2) Colocasia esculenta ‘Black Magic’, (3) Aeonium 'Zwartkop', (4) Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii 'Goldsturm', (5) Plectranthus 'Lemon Twist', (6) Ipomoea 'Sweet Caroline Purple', (7) Calibrachoa 'Callie Orange', (8) Ipomoea 'Sweetheart Purple' and (9) Coleus 'Sky Fire'.
Genius website! Great blend of thriller, filler, spiller, using cannas as the tallest.