How to Group Container Gardens Together Camouflage container elevators by placing shorter pots full of rounded mound-shape plants such as Lantana, Pentas, Melampodium, Profusion zinnia, or geranium in front of the elevators. To screen taller plant lifts, position misty-shape plants like Diamond Frost Euphorbia or Mexican feathergrass in front of the supporting objects.

How to Group Container Gardens Together

Gather multiple potted plants to create the splendor of an in-ground border in a spot where gardening is otherwise impossible. Using containers, you can fill a space with beautiful color and texture that rivals earthbound planting beds. - My Cool Garden

Strongly defined lawn contrasts with patios and planting in a well designed small garden.

Wonderful design by Bea Ray Garden Design for a small city garden. I would only put some sun panels on the shed for electricity in the garden and house.

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Contemporary style, traditional planting Garden - Notting Hill London UK - Jo Thompson Landscape and Garden Design - Gardening Design

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Créer son jardin en pots : trucs et inspiration

Garden in White… Spring white containers with bulbs. Beautiful and perfect for those with a smaller patio only garden

100 Spring-Flowering Bulbs | Flower Bulbs from Bakker Spalding Garden Company

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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Love Lily of the Valley! Also makes a wonderful ground cover perennial. The very fragrant flowers appear in abundance in April and May. They are ideal for growing in wild or woodland gardens or use for ground cover in a damp shaded border.