Evergreen Magnolia Hedge. Click for info on how to care for magnolias.

Evergreen Magnolia Hedge. Click for info on how to care for magnolias.

Little Gem Magnolia Trees, Gardenia + Ficus hedge | Classic contemporary landscape style

Little Gem Magnolia Trees, Gardenia + Ficus hedge | Classic contemporary landscape style

Magnolia 'Little Gem'-easily controlled to te 2.5-3m height range - Will generally form a clipped block of foliage over time though not as dense as the lilly pilly. *Could be used as a "pleached" hedge(stripping the trunk of foliage and promoting foliage on the top half of the plant) so that a second tier of plant material can be included underneath for a more dynamic visual aesthetic.

Magnolia 'Little Gem'-easily controlled to te 2.5-3m height range - Will generally form a clipped block of foliage over time though not as dense as the lilly pilly. *Could be used as a "pleached" hedge(stripping the trunk of foliage and promoting foliage on the top half of the plant) so that a second tier of plant material can be included underneath for a more dynamic visual aesthetic.

Repurposed Plant Stand End Table ~ I actually did this 3 yrs ago but cut the wood to fit in the plant holder and they are prefect for tables by the fire pit.

Repurposed Plant Stand End Table ~ I actually did this 3 yrs ago but cut the wood to fit in the plant holder and they are prefect for tables by the fire pit.

Quadrant Plant Stand with Four Planters (C)... sadly to buy these 3 stands and 12 planters at the store would set one back about 800$. I'm thinking these could easily be made.

Quadrant Plant Stand with Four Planters (C)... sadly to buy these 3 stands and 12 planters at the store would set one back about 800$. I'm thinking these could easily be made.

DIY Plant Containers! Hypertufa was developed in the 1930s to replicate the stone troughs that were popular among English gardeners in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The lightweight stand-ins were not only easier to come by, but also easier to transport. Thanks to their porous nature, the pots were ideal for plants needing good drainage. Hypertufa containers are still practical in the garden and simple to create.

Pots with a Personal Touch: Hypertufa

DIY Plant Containers! Hypertufa was developed in the 1930s to replicate the stone troughs that were popular among English gardeners in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The lightweight stand-ins were not only easier to come by, but also easier to transport. Thanks to their porous nature, the pots were ideal for plants needing good drainage. Hypertufa containers are still practical in the garden and simple to create.

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