DIY Herb Tower: Situate this compact herb garden in a sunny spot near the kitchen door for easy snipping.

Tower of Herbs

Tower of Herbs Container herb garden for a patio. I like this idea! I already have the pot arrangement, but it went empty this year.

massed planters filled with ..are they bamboo / equisetum? Fabulous idea for a privacy screen

Privacy screen idea with organic modern look. massed planters filled with .are they bamboo? Fabulous idea for a privacy screen

Small Garden Ideas: Beautiful Renovations for Patio or Balcony

Small Garden Ideas: Beautiful Renovations for Patio or Balcony. Fairy lights add a beautiful touch to any garden.

On a tight budget? This has been achieved with a recycled timber, some breeze blocks & a lick of paint. The trick to the style is to stick to a limited colour palette which brings harmony - but also a great contrast in the textures of the materials.

On a tight budget? This has been achieved with a recycled timber, some breeze blocks a lick of paint. The trick to the style is to stick to a limited colour palette which brings harmony - but also a great contrast in the textures of the materials.

Inspiratie voor de tuin!

Olive tree & concrete pot vs black and pale wood. (inspiration for you du Bois.Bazaar / and your new olive tree, perhaps?

olive trees in courtyard. Evergreen, soft grey tones, hardy and easily shaped.

olive trees in courtyard. Evergreen, soft grey tones, hardy and easily shaped. My husband really wants one of these in our garden so he can have an "on-tap" supply of olives and a reminder of my Italian roots.

Inspiratie voor de tuin!

Garden bench built into rendered retaining wall. I like the way trees are also in the planter to create two layers, plus a narrow planting at foot of retaining wall and under garden seat. - Gardening And Patio

Loggia

Rustic wood pergola, stone accents, lots of greenery and painted iron outdoor chairs give this courtyard dining area a homey Tuscan feel. Just what I want my patio to look like

You can grow an olive tree in a concrete planter on a deck. They're really hardy, don't mind heat generated by their pot and don't require insects to pollinate them. I've had one for 16 years in a terracotta pot and although the pot keeps it small, it still rewards me with enough olives to brine for my pantry.

Olive tree & concrete pot vs black and pale wood. (inspiration for you du Bois.Bazaar / and your new olive tree, perhaps?

Kent & SW London Garden Design Blog | Small courtyard in West Kensington

Small courtyard ideas--might consider having courtyard flowers match potted plants inside. like the flowers behind bench idea

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