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galvanized buckets and flowers how can this be any prettier

Gardens in White… A fabulous idea, to pot up lots of these daisies and dot them in the white garden when in full bloom, then take them away when they're finished.

Container Gardens: Thriller, Filler, Spiller

22 Ways to Use Pansies & Violas in Containers

Evergreens and Annuals - 121 Container Gardening Ideas - Southernliving. Pair colorful annuals with an evergreen for an established planting that can still change from season to season.

Black twigs, ornamental kale. Perfect planters

Fabulous Fall Containers

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Winter container with Ornamental Cabbage. Put a Redbor Kale in the middle and have an edible AND beautiful planter. In OR where I live, these would last through most of the winter.

Beautiful Fall urn with ornamental kale, sweet potato vine and mums. Hanging baskets with cold-resistant plants for fall!

Master the Art of Using Color in the Garden -- Create a bold, dramatic landscape with these tips for designing with colorful flowers and foliage.

Master the Art of Using Color in the Garden

If only I had a green thumb and could make our yard look like this! Master the Art of Using Color in the Garden. Create a bold, dramatic landscape with these tips for designing with colorful flowers and foliage.

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DɛʂᎥgɲᎥnɠ ᏇᎥtɦ Ꭿ Ꮥɦovɛℓ ✧ Make a focal point in the garden with a large pot nestled in blue catmint.

Wine barrel and container gardening...'

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Edible containers: Rosemary along with pansies. Tuck in some thyme or oregano and you have a fragrant mini herb garden right at your door.

Here's a use for that Rosemary along with pansies (they are edible too) in our Edible landscape. Comment from EJC Arboretum: We do not see Rosemary but do see Thuja or Arborvitae in the center with pansey and perhaps hyacinth second blue flower.

Choose tall varieties that have dark green foliage to accentuate bright colors. Or select cultivars with colorful foliage (such as the blue spruce shown here) to add interest to your plantings.  Test Garden Tip: Pay attention to plant shapes. Tall, upright evergreens create wonderful contrasts with mounded perennials and grasses, for example.

Use Evergreens to Make an Impact

creating dragon of succulents | Ball Horticultural Co. #gardening #gardenchat #containers

creating dragon of succulents | Ball Horticultural Co. #gardening #gardenchat #containers

The Designer's Muse: Let the Decorating Begin: Five Steps to a Great Holiday Exterior

Winter Planter material list: Brown lacquered sticks Oregonia B. cedar Silver fir Italian viburnum Boxwood tips Seru fino pods Carolina sapphire Eucalyptus pods Robusta eucalyptus Magnolia tips