Celebrate fall by redoing pots using perennials and shrubs as the backbone, dolled-up with seasonal annuals. Come the snowy or rainy season, when the seasonal color is done but containers still look great, you’ll be glad you chose plants for structure and foliage rather than just bling.
You don’t have to be disappointed with planters that fizzle out by mid-summer again this year. For outstanding results, follow our basic steps to create containers full of vibrant, healthy plants – and use our easy trick to produce a fantastic display of color and form from spring right through to fall! Read more now on Gardener’s Path.
You don't need a garden to plant beautiful flowering spring bulbs. With these tips you can plant your bulbs in containers. Store them for the winter, and bring them out in the spring for a wonderful show of brilliant colors. Options include tulips, daffodils, hyacinth, alliums, and more. Get them ready in the fall and you'll be so glad you did when spring rolls around! #sponsored