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DIY Pine Cone Bonsai - How To Make A Pine Cone Bonsai

DIY pine cone bonsai. How to create a pine cone bonsai tree.

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34 DIY Container Gardening Ideas

Do you wish you had a big beautiful garden but can only have one in your dreams since you live in an apartment or rent a small space where planting a garden is simply not an option? You need not settle for only dreaming of having gorgeous flowers and fresh vegetables and herbs, you simply need to rethink your idea of what a garden is, or rather what you have to plant it in. Turns out, containers are a great way to garden, and no large patch of dirt or lawn is required. Container gardening is great, actually, because you

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Winter container garden hacks — Laetitia Maklouf

As you might expect, Petersham Nurseries does winter rather well, seamlessly sailing through the bleak season without any of the bald patches from which we mere mortals seem to suffer. Of course, this is partly to do with their gorgeous stock and legions of staff to make things gorgeous, but that’

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Vegetable Container Gardening: 15 Veggies to Grow in Pots

Want to grow fresh, delicious vegetables in pots? For the best success, plant from this list of the best options for vegetable container gardening!

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Brilliant Container Gardening Tip (Video) - Garden Lovers Club

Container gardening is an important aspect of any gardener's life. Whether you live in a place prone to harsh winters or enjoy a perfectly temperate climate year-round, it's important to know how to plant a container garden. They're portable, beautiful, and can be customized any way you like. You may be keeping a container garden inside your home, outdoors on your patio, or even inside a home greenhouse, but the skills required are all the same.

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28 Coolest Ideas to Create Fall Planters Outside Front Door

Creating some beautiful fall planters outside your front door is an easy and successful way to celebrate your Autumn home and welcome your guests.

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Container Gardening 101

You are in for a treat, 5 bloggers share their tips for brilliant container design. These ladies are uber talented in the world of design, 3 are my friends, Cindy, Mary Ann and Annie. Kelly is one I would love to know having watched her for years Last minute there is a bonus, Janine, six bloggers! CONTAINERS CAN BE MOST ANYTHING, ANYWHERE! No longer do I personally go to clients homes to fill their containers, well maybe a few, my talented team does that for us and our customers are thrilled. Lead by Gerrit Husar with a strong assist by Kim Fuller, we are deep in about now. Where to start? Hoping my formula provides a strong assist Three things in Container Planting…… 1. Match your containers, to your homes architecture, in color and style 2. Match your choice in plants to the style and color palette of your home 3. Remember the adage….. THRILLER FILLER SPILLER #1 matching your homes architecture..... Even though this is a winter composition, this helps in defining what I mean. The container matches the shutters and the accent plants match the brick. For this clients home we designed the landscape to place a pair of extra large urns/plinth in the garden vs the front door. By making these such a focal point they can be enjoyed from indoors too As if this stunning door needs more attention... but by adding the verdigris copper pot, enhances the setting even more When I first saw this image, my initial impression was why not black containers? Upon further inspection and noticing the brick wall, I found this to be brilliant. Take note of the size next to the chairs! TIP..... Always error on the side of overly large containers. Make a statement with your containers! Far too often planters are too small in proportion to the structure Oh yes! A London townhouse perfectly turned out. The setting is formal, and the box planters, in the matching lacquer finish enhances this view. The Bay Laurel topiaries nook in this composition #2 Matching Colors Once you master the containers let's do the same with your plant selection. In this instance, the simplicity heightens the effect and the choice of chartreuse pops Oh yes! The pots, the plant choices, a strong understanding of these principles. Now imagine if the choices were pastel colors....what a clash! See what I mean? YES! TIP.....I always use a slow release fertilizer which will direct you to sprinkle on top of the soil. In addition to that, add several tablespoons at the rootball, that will produce extra large and strong plants #3 Thriller, filler, spiller Thriller Height. Filler Mid/Center plants that link the high with the low. Spiller. Spilling over the rim In the above image, the white Caladium leaf lends order and interest. Too many small leaves reads as messy TIP...When plant shopping at the nursery, take a wagon around with a particular planter in mind, designing as you go. Place plants you are considering in the center of the wagon, placed as you would imagine planting, step back and evaluate, what should I add, remove....... Window boxes! Look around, where might they be added, such a softening effect Roll this up to a window for a 'window box' Hanging Baskets..... Yes, lettuce! TIP.... Learning how to plant containers, and most of gardening, in England. We were taught to plant root ball to root ball. Instead of the thick liners that can only be planted from the top, we used moistened sphagnum moss so we could punch holes in the sides for that overfilled look. After planting we always tucked in seeds, nasturtiums were a great choice Let's explore other uses, and placements for your containers. How about this? Eliminate a banister utilizing containers Marking an entrance For privacy and safety. This setting is a 4th floor balcony Not all planters need to be at front door or on deck, place them in the garden.This is my favorite when I get the opportunity to design a space with the containers in the garden which often allows the homeowner to look outdoors and view the planters While taking a group on a garden tour in rural England I spied this very cracked, stunning planter far out into the garden, empty. Now that is low maintenance. I asked the lady of the house the history of this vessel noting it was very old. 'Oh what a nuisance!'' 'There were nine, this is the last and I backed my car into it, bloody family pieces from Egypt, 500bc or some such nonsense!' A client called in dismay, her fountain did not endure the winter and had a big crack in the bottom. It was vintage, a one-of-a-kind piece. Let's redirect I suggested, we can turn it into a planter! Have fun, experiment, think outside the pot! Want more? Head to these talented ladies! https://classiccasualhome.com https://happyhappynester.com https://kelleyandco.com https://mostlovelythings.com https://cindyhattersleydesign.com/blog/ Happy Planting! Debra

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