Glynis Reid
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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.

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.

Three Dogs in a Garden (got to look up this site)

Two words to describe this garden - 'Inviting' and 'Sensory' with all the different shapes and textures of the plants and flowers.

Printemps Allium ‘Globemaster’ Buxus sempervirens ‘Suffruticosa’ Les Jardins Agapanthe 76 France

Printemps Allium ‘Globemaster’ Buxus sempervirens ‘Suffruticosa’ Les Jardins Agapanthe 76 France then myfemmeownselfs bethany did some france outdoor reposes.