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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Container Gardening


English Gardens represent controlled chaos at its most beautiful. Plants and flowers intermingling to create something truly gorgeous! I would LOVE to have one of my own. But let's face it... a lot of us don't have a sprawling yard or even a grassy patch to lay down our own personal field of dreams. Some of us are just working with a concrete jungle. 

BUT that doesn't mean you can't experiment with a foliage party. I'm talking about "Container Gardening" folks! Container gardening is fabulous for several reasons: They work with a range of plants and in a range of locations, from balconies to large backyards. You can grow herbs, small crops, spring-flowering bulbs, alpine plants and more in a small space! Click HERE to learn more about maintaining (not killing) your container plant!      

In the meantime, here are some beautiful images to inspire you! 




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I hoe I've inspired you to create your own little paradise... in a container!

16 comments:

  1. Such beautiful pictures!

    I'm horrible when it comes to gardening, so I thought of starting with a container to see how it goes.

    The Grass Skirt

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  2. I love them planted in the wood like the last pic...gorgeous, my sister does this, I need to get on board!
    Sheree xxx

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  3. How cute are these?! Makes me wish I wasn't such a plant killer.

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  4. I have no green thumbs at all, but i love the idea of container gardening!!! Great ideas.

    Don't forget to stop by and link up tomorrow on my Tres-Chic Fashion Thursday Link Up and enter my stella & dot giveaway.

    Agi:)

    vodkainfusedlemonade.com

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  5. I wish I had a green thumb but I can't seem to keep anything alive! I'm going to try a cactus maybe...

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  6. I'm not really not a garden person, but those gardens look amazing! truly!

    Xx

    Alexandra

    www.fashion-bridge.blogspot.com

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  7. LOVE gardens in all forms! These small ones are great options for people with little to no yard.

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  8. Love gardens and can't wait to plant some veggies here in Boston now that the weather is finally nice!!
    Brittany
    www.classicallyb.com

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  9. I also love a garden in all forms - this is great inspiration Holly!

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  10. love this post and also your blog! It's so nice!!! I follow you!
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    Kisses
    http://francescagiusti.blogspot.it/

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  11. pretty pretty! i'm working hard at not killing all plants, but i would loooove a pretty english style garden sometime. i'm slowly adding some plants in containers to my patio and it cheers up the space so much!
    -- jackie - jade and oak

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  12. These are so cute! And would be perfect for some spaces I've been looking to move to in the city - since there isn't too much room for the greenery, these would work so well! Thanks for the inspiration.

    -Chelsea
    chelsandthecity.blogspot.com

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  13. hhmmm... they look really nice and compact. i should really try doing container gardening

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