Add some winter color with tips on container gardens from Scotts Miracle Gro. Remember the "three shape rule." #garden #containergarden
Use a small evergreen like a cedar or spruce as the centrepiece or "thriller" in your urn for a unique look!
I never really knew how to use the ornamental cabbage effectively, but this is an awesome design idea!!...looks gorgeous!!
nice tulip pot
Plant a Tiny Winter Forest
Plant a Tiny Winter Forest - Martha Stewart Gardening
A. Hibiscus rosa-sinensis — 1 B. Japanese bloodgrass (Imperata cylindrica ‘Rubra’) — 3 C. Salvia (Salvia splendens) — 3 D. New Guinea impatiens (Impatiens ‘Celebration Deep Red’) — 3
A simple winter container is a small boxwood or evergreen in stone (or faux) container surrounded by pansies. It’s easy to under-plant the pansies with small spring-flowering bulbs such as muscari (grape hyacinths).