Decorate with Containers Whether it's on your deck or patio or as a focal point in the yard, use containers to create drama and elegance. Here, a plain old terra-cotta pot becomes something magical with the addition of clipped boxwood, 'Silver Falls' dichondra, and purple vinca Silver Fall, Gardens Favorite, Decks Plants Decor, Boxwood Topiaries, Boxwood In Pots With Flowers, Clip Boxwood, Decks Pots Plants, Purple Vinca, Flowerpot
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Use Containers: ontainer gardens can be a delightful substitute for a wall or fence. Here, for example, Brian and Robert planted a tall container with a tree-form hydrangea. Together the plant and container reach about 6 feet tall; of course, as the hydrangea grows, the height will increase.
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If you love planting container gardens but don't know here to start, check out our slide show of 25 recipes you can follow for success. Find your perfect container for gardening in our collection of container garden recipes.
Container Gardens: Great container gardens appeal to several senses. Here, a hybrid rose and thyme offer scents as good as their looks. This planting grows best in full sun. A. Miniature rose (Rosa spp.) -- 1 B. Creeping thyme (Thymus spp.) -- 3 C. English ivy (Hedera helix) -- 3