Succulent mini landscape Plum-colored foliage is a rich accent against soft greens in these easy-care containers. Arrange taller plants in the center or back, trailers near the pot’s edges. For immediate effect, choose large plants and big pots (shown above left: 10 in. across, 14 in. tall; right: 16 by 18 in.). Design: Daniel Nolan, Flora Grubb Gardens (floragrubb.com) Container at left (clockwise, from bottom left corner of pot): Aloe humilis (6 in.); Phormium ‘Guardsman’ (5 gal.)…
Grow blueberries in a large pot as they need the space to grow well 12 16 in diameter should suffice Blueberries grow well when planted together with strawberries, as the strawberries provide ground cover to keep the soil cool and damp (just how blueberries like it!). Avoid planting blueberries along with tomato plants.
Plant lemongrass and rosemary in pots, containers or in flower beds on your balcony or in your garden to have a mosquito free summer. You can use them as herbs in cooking as well. Remember to brush them to release more of their fragrance before your outdoor activity. http://www.roanokemyhomesweethome.com
Container Grown Blackberries: How To Grow Blackberries In A Container - If left unchecked, blackberry plants can take over a property. A great way to coral them is by growing blackberries in containers. To find out how to grow blackberries in a container, simply click the article that follows.
How to Grow Blueberries in Pots (the secret is four “Ps”). Because you’re planting them in containers and can provide for all their needs, even those without the naturally acidic soil that blueberries love can grow these plants. Fill your larger containers with these compact shrubs, and place them for easy picking.
Growing herbs is easy(ish) even if you are beginner. Here's how to get started.: The Benefits of Growing Herbs in PotsPlanning Your Herb ContainerChoosing a Container for Your HerbsPlanting Your HerbsHarvesting Herbs