Container Gardens

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RaymentWire was started by a father and son team.  Ron and Adrian resurrected old French and Victorian designs,  and then later branched out to create...

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food map container gardens
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My guess is that you have seen these already. They have been out for a while, but I just want to catalog them here as...

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Cinder blocks are not just for holding up your TV.... image by ecken I think this is a great idea to build on and refine. ...

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I am slammed (did I already mention that?) so this is the last post for today.....sorry...I wish I could sit here in the Air conditioned...

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5 'Keep it Simple' Container Garden Combos ferns and buckets
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It's that time of year when spring has most definitely sprung and there is a flurry of activity in my garden and my clients gardens, ...

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urban herb garden
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image by  -Chad Johnson I love this simple herb garden tucked away in an alley of an urban center. Who knew that parking blocks made...

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A Woven Plastic Chair with a cool color scheme and flair for design.  It is so appealing,  I wish I knew how much it cost....

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muhlenbeckia container planting via www.pithandvigor.com
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When I lived in London, I had a small garden, which I did nothing with.  I was a renter and it was green so I...

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Cleaning Cleaning Cleaning (my computer files)...and coming across so many links to things I don't want to forget....among them is Wild at Heart....my local flower...

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This is a very clever design for (teeny) kitchen gardening. These little (perhaps too little) herb growing pots not only are cute to look at...

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Who are we In The Garden with this week?  One of my favorite blogstresses ever - Grace Bonney of Design Sponge.  You might be interested...

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Let me introduce you to Tage Andersen -- my new design crush.  Tage is the somewhat recent (2009) owner of the historic Swedish Estate Gunillaberg...

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garden cherubs in flight by heather lenkin design via www.pithandvigor.com
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And Speaking of Heather Lenkin....check out her garden....images by brewbooks during a Northwest Horticulture Society tour in 2006. Heather's Pasadena garden is comprised of 21...

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Loving good inspiration pictures, I am forever finding pictures of things and squirreling them away -- I seem to have an abundance of containers and...

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Do you find that most the offerings in the garden sculpture market are questionable?  A peruse through various online retail collections often leaves either frightened...

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This Baylor's (of Lila B Design) garden.  Baylor is a floral and landscape designer and she lives in San Francisco.  Her small (500 sq ft)...

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So you might remember a few weeks ago that I mentioned re-working my blogroll -- well I have been struggling with what I want to...

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I love a good PR stunt....especially when it's for a budget friendly, but chic trendy hotel and it involves creating an enormous hanging garden basket. ...

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I have to admit, I find these recycled tire planters charming.  Planting containers made from tires are pretty easy to make and cost almost nothing. ...

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I am completely charmed by these planters -- or are they pet beds -- or sand boxes -- or bathtups....hmmm... Versatility in design always gets...

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A sense of humor is certainly required for these charming planters.  Designers Science & Sons describe these containers this way: "Drawing inspiration from the bonsai,...

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