9 edition of Houseplants and container gardens found in the catalog.
|Other titles||House plants and container gardens|
|Statement||text by Cheryl Long ; plant-by-plant guides by "judywhite".|
|Series||Rodale"s successful organic gardening|
|LC Classifications||SB419 .L64 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|ISBN 10||087596673X, 0875966748|
|LC Control Number||95031983|
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A simple, lavishly illustrated guide to container gardens of all shapes and sizes You don't need a big back yard to grow a beautiful garden. Container Gardens is a user-friendly, illustrated guide to everything you need to know about growing beautiful plants, including advice on choosing soils, selecting plants that work together, planting in containers, and caring for your4/5(8). Aug 4, - Explore Anshika Kushwah's board "planting" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Plants, Container gardening, Gardening tips pins.
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Houseplants and Container Gardens (Rodale's Successful Organic Gardening) Hardcover – April 1, by Cheryl Long (Author) › Visit Amazon's Cheryl Long Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Author: C.
Long, J. White. Get Inspired with Our Idea Book Master the Art of Container Gardening. Download our free, photo-packed idea book now for dozens of designs for beautiful container gardens using a variety of plants -- including low-water succulents, lush shade plants, no-fuss perennials, and houseplants -- in hanging baskets, Houseplants and container gardens book boxes, and more.
A weed can be any plant growing where you don't want it to, but there are some particularly weedy species to keep an eye out for. These aggressive plants choke out the garden plants you've worked so hard to grow.
Use this handy guide to identify these weeds by appearance and know how to remove them safely. Read More. Consider variegated or patterned plants to add visual interest to your container garden. Texture: Mix houseplants with different leaf textures. For instance, a feathery fern looks striking paired with a broad-leaf prayer plant.
Habit: Choose plants with different growth habits to create levels of interest. Follow the same categories as you. Container gardening is a super-easy way to dress up your front porch, add a splash of color to shady areas, or cope with poor soil in your yard. "Many plants thrive in containers.
The most important thing is good drainage," says Barbara Wise, author of Container Gardening for All Seasons. Container gardening continues to be hot. Homeowners like that containers are easy to plant and maintain. They also like that the containers themselves can be moved around the yard to inject color and interest wherever needed.
Here are some of the best plants for container gardening. Little Book of House Plants and Other Greenery Emma Sibley. out of 5 stars Hardcover. and Make It Love You Back (A modern gardening book for a new generation of indoor gardeners) Morgan Doane.
out of 5 stars Flexibound. $ #8. Container Succulents: Creative Ideas for Beginners Kentaro Kuroda. out of 5 stars The bulk of the page book is given to Palmer’s 28 container projects, some as simple as planting a ‘Black Star’ morning glory in a painted terracotta pot or combining Japanese laurel with spindle tree in a planter, but also the more extravagant – a frothy pink sweet pea trough with snapdragon, diascia, verbena and coneflower, for example, and a meadow planter billowing with common.
Some houseplant leaves are thin and fragile while others are thick and coarse. Compelling container gardens feature a variety of textures. Include plants. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages: color illustrations, 1 map ; 29 cm.
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Not sure what plants work together in a container. You’ll also get 25 recipes to add color to your patio, porch or balcony. The. Think about it. In the garden, we regularly combine different plants together. If you’ve ever bought or received a basket of live plants for a gift, you will see that the florist combined several plants.
There are, of course, a few rules of thumb about houseplant container mixing. Houseplants in one container should share the same growing. The book also details how to grow plants you'd never guess could be grown in containers, as well as plants you might not even realize are edible.
Even Bountiful Container can't show you how to grow corn or pumpkins in a container, but it does explain how to grow tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, beans, peas, herbs, edible flowers, and even a variety. Creating a container garden is a genius way to grow your own vegetables and herbs, whether you’re short on space, don’t have a lot of time, are new to gardening, or simply want an easy way to add to your existing garden area.
This two-tiered container garden holds a selection of basic herbs. Trailers and fillers―chives, rosemary, and thyme―tumble over the edges of the bottom pot (about 24 inches wide). Dwarf purple and sweet basils grow in the top pot (about. Choose tall plants to stand out above the others in the container.
Try popular varieties such as ‘Petra’, above, ‘Andrew’, which has narrow green leaves with creamy white accents, speckled green-and-yellow ‘Eleanor Roosevelt’, and ‘Mammy’ whose red, green and yellow leaves twist and turn.
Bonsai—the Japanese art of training plants to form elegant sculptures—is an age-old craft that appeals to gardeners and non-gardeners alike.
Bountiful Bonsai presents a radical, new approach that applies bonsai techniques to everyday container gardening, instantly turning houseplants and herbs. Gardener's Supply -- To create beautiful flowering planters, it helps to pick the right plants.
Browse our online gallery of flowering pots, planters, hanging baskets, windowboxes and more. You’ll find plenty of inspiration – and detailed plant lists, so you can recreate the look at home. A bog is a specialized peatland with highly acidic, nutrient-poor soil, which discourages growth of all but specialized plants—namely, carnivorous plants (pitcher plants, flytraps, and sundews) and orchids.
This unique environment is easy to re-create in a container. The closed system allows you to carefully regulate soil, moisture, and exposure. These plant-combination ideas will help you construct a container garden full of heat-resistant plants that will thrive even on triple-digit days.
These containers love full sun and heat, and implementing these tips will help your garden coast smoothly through the dog days—calm, cool, and collected.Aug 8, - Plant combination ideas for container garden on sunny or shaded areas. See more ideas about Container gardening, Container plants, Garden containers pins.It’s a cinch—all you need is a container (a planter in true gardener speak), potting soil, some plants and you’re ready to go.
Thinking of container gardening like this, it’s easy to see why container gardening ideas can be endless—so endless that you may need a few container garden ideas to point you and your pots in the right direction.