Explore Flower Containers, Garden Containers and more!

Explore related topics

Marianne Canada uses an old bowl to make a decorative concrete planter. Get everything you need to make this craft here

Marianne Canada uses an old bowl to make a decorative concrete planter. Get everything you need to make this craft here

How To Create A Gorgeous Pansy Outdoor Planter In Four Easy Steps

How To Create A Gorgeous Pansy Outdoor Planter In Four Easy Steps

Blogger is a free blog publishing tool from Google for easily sharing your thoughts with the world. Blogger makes it simple to post text, photos and video onto your personal or team blog.

Discover container garden recipes for summer color from the experts at HGTV.

Summer Container Garden Recipes

It only takes two plants to say Winter is gone when they are ‘Sweet Caroline Sweetheart Light Green’ Sweet Potato Vine, and Supertunia® Sangria Charm.

It only takes two plants to say Winter is gone when they are ‘Sweet Caroline Sweetheart Light Green’ Sweet Potato Vine, and Supertunia® Sangria Charm.

Textured grasses paired with colorful, Cool Wave pansies can punch up your front porch containers in spring.

Textured grasses paired with colorful, Cool Wave pansies can punch up your front porch containers in spring.

**Triple-decker** Wispy leatherleaf sedges add height and last through winter in this trio of bold containers. Vivid orange tulips, red- and gold-kissed primroses and hints of brown in the violas accentuate the burnt red pots. Yellow daffodils and creeping Jenny tie all three together. Lily bulbs planted eight inches deep will emerge in June for gorgeous summer bouquets. **SUMMER UPDATE** Replace the tulips and primroses (plant them in your garden) with begonias and ivy.

**Triple-decker** Wispy leatherleaf sedges add height and last through winter in this trio of bold containers. Vivid orange tulips, red- and gold-kissed primroses and hints of brown in the violas accentuate the burnt red pots. Yellow daffodils and creeping Jenny tie all three together. Lily bulbs planted eight inches deep will emerge in June for gorgeous summer bouquets. **SUMMER UPDATE** Replace the tulips and primroses (plant them in your garden) with begonias and ivy.

Pinterest
Search