Entries in planter (6)
Join us for interactive ‘backyard’ demos—with local experts—to learn more about container gardening and creating innovative floral arrangements and displays.
It’s a chance to think outside the box and create frogs for arrangements by tying colorful strings and tapes over planters. Discuss which are the best plant selections based on location, lighting, etc. Or, on a ‘low difficulty level’, simply learn the name of different varietals and how to best mix them in vases and planters.
Requiring very little care once planted, maintenance should fit easily into a busy summer schedule of events.
For advice from their volumes of first-class information, check out the Cactus and Succulent Society of America, CSSA. They’re the second oldest society of cactus and succulent enthusiasts in the world founded in 1929.
From angora bunny ears and tiger jaws to cat & kittens and hens & chicks to choose from, the most difficult task might be editing by name!
During our summer catalog shoot, our stylists created a woolly pocket vertical herb garden—
or pantry for a foodie!
We used fernleaf lavender ‘lavandula pinnata’ and two types of rosemary—‘rosmarinus tuscan blue’ and ‘rosmarinus prostratus’—but any preferred herb or edible flower should work
For instructions on how-to create a large woolly pocket vertical garden, go here.