For gorgeous containers, use the Thriller/Spiller/Filler method.

For gorgeous containers, use the Thriller/Spiller/Filler method. Choose a taller plant as your thriller, a filler to add around the base and a trailing plant to spill or cascade down the sides. More container garden tips @ themicrogardener.

Handy Helpful House-Plant Diagrams

Here's a useful visual guide to houseplants, according to their need for light and distance from light. High light, low light, medium light plants for indoors

This is brilliant!   An old floor lamp turned into a planter pedestal. Off to the thrift store we go . . .

This is brilliant! An old floor lamp turned into a planter pedestal. a GREAT idea for those old torchier lamps that catch fire. Gut them and use them as planters.

Planter made from an old doll, cut the back of the head off and pour concrete into it and let it set then cut off.

~Garden statue~ I'm gonna admit that this is kinda creepy.but I think if it actually turned out that it would be sorta pretty. (Cut the back half of the doll's head off and fill the front piece with cement for a sculptured doll head for your garden.

Container gardening.

Beautiful potted plant idea for my front porch. - Shade: aglaonema Valentine (Chinese evergreen), pink New Guinea impatiens, blue torenia, creeping jenny

Spreading sunset lantana...Orange Drought Tolerant Plant for Garden | Eden Makers Blog

a lantana tree: plant a small plant in spring, into a larger container, begin shaping the tree as soon as new growth begins and attach the stem (sometimes multiple stems) to a support like a bamboo stake, then begin trimming away any new side shoots.

Succulents log planter(Love It)

Succulent Log Planter-I have a piece of driftwood that is very similar to this. Im definitely planting it with succulents. saw this with a long log but cant find the pin now. - Gardening For You

Succulent garden

Fantastic yellow and blue succulents! The mixture of fine and large-leaved succulents have wonderful texture.

Container gardening

These colors looks so pretty together. Purple, red, gold and green make a beautiful container to place on the porch.


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