instantaneous gratification –they are miniature gardens you can put
you choose. Both plants and pots are
enhanced in association with each other—and the interplay of container
plant allows me to be hugely creative and imaginative.
Simple irrigation systems can be attached to
water the pots frequently.
We have a dazzling array of pots and containers to choose from—urns from Morocco, high-fired pots inblues, greens, reds, purples, and tans to browns from Vietnam and Indonesia, Italian terra cotta as well as hand painted pots, stone planters, half wine barrels and hanging baskets… There are colors, shapes and sizes available to accommodate almost any taste or style from formal to whimsical.
can instantly brighten up dull areas, frame doorways, are perfect for
patios, and look great against walls.
provide a way to highlight plants that might not do as well in the
ground competing with weeds or hardier plants.
are great for enclosed spaces such as balconies and rooftop terraces.
are perfect for a wide variety of herbs, which love sun and can spread
aggressively in the garden, as well as veggies which are nice to have
near your kitchen door.
are great to use in difficult to plant areas such as beneath large
trees or where there are many surface roots.
are great in containers—and once they are done flowering, they can be
moved to a different part of the yard.
evergreens, topiary, and Japanese maples to shrubs, grasses,
succulents, and annuals—there are no shortage of fantastic plants to
from to provide interest throughout the year.
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