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Paint, varnish, add succulents to your strawberry pots.bring inside during the winter for instant color & life! some catus freeze so bringing inside is a good idea

Planting a Perfectly Proportioned Garden Vase -- three easy steps to planting a garden vase that will be a beautiful focal point for your front porch or deck! | via @unsophisticook on unsophisticook.com

Planting a Perfectly Proportioned Garden Vase -- three easy steps to planting a garden vase that will be a beautiful focal point for your front porch or deck! ( I like the tall planter for on our front step)

Just because a clay pot is broken doesn’t mean that you have to throw it out. Creative gardeners have developed a resourceful trend that repurposes the broken pieces into whimsical creations, making for a fantastic DIY project. Commonly known as fairy gardens, these arrangements fashion the clay into tiers or steps for succulents and moss to grow on. They often include small figurines or houses to make the pot look like tiny, fantastical creatures live there. This project idea invites you to…

Whimsical DIY Project Transforms Broken Pots into Beautiful Fairy Gardens

Whimsical DIY Project Transforms Broken Pots into Beautiful Fairy Gardens - My Modern Met - Succulent Gardening

East Meets South: Snake Plants

Snake plant (sanseveria) as the vertical element, Purple Heart (Setcresea), Senecio and Burro's Tail draping over the sides.

at least he is smart

Purple cordyline with Silver Falls dichondra makes for an elegant container that looks good all season long.

Succulent moss wedding centerpieces

45 Rustic Moss Decor Ideas for A Nature Wedding

[I like the miniature succulents as decorations!] Glitzy Old Glasses If your old, decorative glasses aren't holding water anymore, have them hold plants such as drooping string of pearls, reindeer moss, and miniature succulents.

Bright is best at the base of RW dark containers

Plant Container tips: A general design rule is to mix elements, such as vertical and cascading. A general design rule is “one vertical element, two bushy plants that grow up and out, and two cascading plants,

Pansies, Violas, Panolas, Grass & Ivy

Front Door Container Gardens That Will Impress Guests

82 Creative Container Gardens: Pansies, Violas, Panolas, Grass, & Ivy - Southern Living Grass grows so easily. would be pretty in multi-layered pots. Chives would give the same look in an herb garden. Annuals mixed in with herbs might be pretty.

Lovely purple planter.  A. Alternathera 'Purple Knight' -- 1;  B. Calibrachoa 'Blush Purple' -- 6;  C. Plectranthus argentatus -- 1;  D. Vinca major 'Variegata' -- 2;  E. Dracaena marginata -- 1

Create Bold, Dramatic Container Gardens

Add Layers of Interest A. Alternathera 'Purple Knight': 1 B. Calibrachoa 'Blush Purple': 6 C. Vinca major 'Variegata': 2 E.

ornamental Kochia Scoparia grass  It’s a a hardy and drought-tolerant foliage plant that germinates super fast. They start out green but turn a pretty red color once it starts to get colder.

Plant some ornamental Kochia Scoparia grass. Plant some ornamental Kochia Scoparia grass. It’s a a hardy and drought-tolerant foliage plant that germinates super fast. They start out green but turn a pretty red color once it starts to get colder.

Judy's Cottage Garden: Container Gardens

Fountain grass, trailing verbena and potato vine. Purple Fountain Grass, Sweet Potato Vine and Purple Lantana

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Place bulbs shoulder to shoulder across the surface of the soil, leaving no space between them. Then top off with more potting soil so the bulbs are just slightly below the surface. Water each container thoroughly, and finish with a layer of mulch.

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