Spring is just around the corner, but there’s still time to check out new ideas for garden planters for this season. For those with limited gardening space, here’s some great ideas for you to try.
One of the most popular plants grown in outdoor containers are tomatoes. So popular that special tomato varieties have been developed and planters designed to encourage the proper growing conditions for tomatoes.
Spring is just around the corner and it’s time to put all your winter planning to work with the start of your new container garden. While it is still a little early to plant in most regions, there’s lots of preparation to be done to ensure you have the garden of your dreams this year!
Living walls is the new ‘catch-phrase’ in container gardening. They can be a small, single ‘wall pocket’ installation, or some systems allow for multiple planters to be grouped together to create a true living wall look.
We all have them, those pesky spots where our container gardens just don’t do well: deep shade in the corner of a balcony, an entrance that gets direct sunlight all day…
Don’t let winter stop you from creating beautiful outdoor planters. Explore winter colors and textures for easy to maintain container displays throughout the cold season.
Some of the most beautiful planter displays contain plants with a variety of color, texture, size and shape foliage and no flowers. A new book called ‘Fine Foliage’ provides ideas and inspiration to help us create beautiful foliage displays.