Container gardens are an easy way to brighten up any area of your garden. The possibilities are endless for creative use of sizes, shapes and colors – whether it is your first time or if you're a seasoned pro. Container gardens can serve many purposes from a focal point in a big space to simply allowing gardening in a small space.
Picking the Right Container
Choosing Plants for Your Container Garden
Great in container gardens since they look good year-round.
Needs full to partial sun. Very low maintenance shrub. Can tolerate droughts and needs little fertilizer.
Needs full to partial sun. Their architectural form along with their delicate and dramatic colored foliage makes them popular in the spring and fall. During the fall they shine a beautiful red, gold and orange.
Plant in sunny areas. Foliage turns yellow to orange in fall season. Blueberries are a super fruit that are high in antioxidants.
Needs full sun. Use as a colorful accent to brighten up borders and containers Requires little pruning.
Cool Season Annuals
Surround the shrub with annuals for a pop of color each season. Be creative and have fun with different colors, shapes and textures to fill out your container garden.
Care for Garden
Container Gardens are low maintenance; especially during fall and winter when it's cooler out – that means less watering!
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