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Fill Your Deck with Plants -         Soften your space with beautiful blooms and lush greenery from container gardens. It's easy to tuck a few containers here and there.   Here's a hint: You may not be limited to growing annuals. Perennials and shrubs survive outdoors in containers if the container is large enough, which may be 4- to 5-feet wide in northern climates.

Fill Your Deck with Plants - Soften your space with beautiful blooms and lush greenery from container gardens. It's easy to tuck a few containers here and there. Here's a hint: You may not be limited to growing annuals. Perennials and shrubs survive outdoors in containers if the container is large enough, which may be 4- to 5-feet wide in northern climates.

Instead of clothes, uses rustic dresser drawers to hold your flowers. Stack two (or more!) on top of each other to turn it into a vertical garden.

Instead of clothes, uses rustic dresser drawers to hold your flowers. Stack two (or more!) on top of each other to turn it into a vertical garden.

Rustic Country Blog; http://backroad-life.tumblr.com/post/49138435651/rustic-country-blog free weeds pull your own

Rustic Country Blog; http://backroad-life.tumblr.com/post/49138435651/rustic-country-blog free weeds pull your own

The Jesmon #Terrace is a landscape which is perfect for those that are on a budget http://www.granitehistory.org/small-backyard-ideas-design/

The Jesmon #Terrace is a landscape which is perfect for those that are on a budget http://www.granitehistory.org/small-backyard-ideas-design/

A traveller’s palm provides vertical drama in this tight space, bookended by the octopus-like forms of Myers asparagus ferns. Greg transformed the bare [Colorbond](http://www.colorbond.com/|target="_blank")  fence on a tight budget by creating a decorative framework panel from simple garden stakes. Bamboo screening panels were framed with lengths of recycled timber. Photo: Scott Hawkins

A traveller’s palm provides vertical drama in this tight space, bookended by the octopus-like forms of Myers asparagus ferns. Greg transformed the bare [Colorbond](http://www.colorbond.com/|target="_blank") fence on a tight budget by creating a decorative framework panel from simple garden stakes. Bamboo screening panels were framed with lengths of recycled timber. Photo: Scott Hawkins