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Best Unexpected Plants You Can Grow in Containers

An example of using containers to create a typical hedge. Instead of plantings these boxwood straight in the ground, they are higher up to block views, and can be moved if necessary. - Gardening For Life

cast concrete planters with colorful plantings to add interest and why not!?

Interesting Large Outdoor Planter Boxes Designs : Contemporary Landscape With Square Pavers Concrete Rectangular Planter Boxes Garden Boxes And Path Tile Stone

Lemon grass is a natural mosquito repellent and grows quite tall. Plant it in large planters next to a patio to create privacy and repel mosquitoes.

Maybe do this in big pot in patio nook. Lemon grass is a natural mosquito repellent and grows quite tall. Plant it in large planters next to a patio to create privacy and repel mosquitoes.

Plants mosquitoes hate! We plant lemon grass in large pots around the patio.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Supposedly these plants are mosquitoes' worst enemies! Plant these in your garden or put them in pots on your patio and remain mosquito-free all summer! by bettye

Rain chain into a rain barrel. So much prettier than a gutter/downspout.

Really interesting alternative to a gutter, a rain chain draining into a large gardening pot. Cool water feature too. As seen in Japanese gardens.

DIY Herb Gardens For Every Space

DIY Herb Gardens for Every Space

These fun and functional DIY herb gardens are perfect for both homeowners and renters. Whether you have a large outdoor area or small space on your kitchen countertop, these planters fit everyone's needs.

Provide drainage while keeping large pots light: Cut dollar store pool noodles and use as drainage material instead of stones. Large planters will be light enough to move later if needed.....

garden planning Provide drainage while keeping large pots light: Cut dollar store pool noodles and use as drainage material instead of stones. Large planters will be light enough to move later if needed.

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