Container Gardening Articles
Hanging baskets are a wonderful way to decorate your outdoor space. Whether you have a dozen baskets around your wrap-around porch or a single gorgeous basket in a place of prominence, they are a wonderful addition to your garden.
Hanging baskets are a great way to add color and interest to your home. Here are six keys to help you succeed.
When you head to the garden center this spring, you’ll find more patterned flowers than ever before. All those stripes, speckles and pinwheels are dazzling but it takes a little know-how to pair them with other flowers in container recipes. Here are five creative ways to design spectacular container recipes using patterned flowers.
Ready to grow a gorgeous garden? Start with these top award-winning annuals, perennials and shrubs which are ready to flourish in your containers and landscape.
Growing gorgeous plants in containers is easy when you follow reliable recipes like these.
Follow trending colors as we explore the Pantone Color Institute’s Color of the Year. This year’s selection is an energizing hue of coral with golden undertones, a color that often found in nature both in gardens and the sea.
While northerners are filling their fall containers with traditional mums and gourds, gardeners in warmer climates are gearing up to begin a whole new gardening season that lasts from fall through winter. Let’s take a look at five non-traditional container recipes for southern gardens that reflect the warm mood and rich textures of the season.
You’ve seen gorgeous container recipes in pictures, but how do you get that look? It takes some time to learn how to design container combinations like a pro, but we have a few key tips that will prompt a successful start. Let’s take a look at five guidelines for choosing container companions.
It is so hard to let go and sometimes you don’t have to!
Show your American spirit this summer by planting red, white and blue container recipes for your front porch or patio. It's time to let these star-spangled colors soar!
Click on each recipe name below to view the ingredients and planting plan you'll need to get this look in your own containers.