Containers

 TOP 10 Containers

If lack of space is the reason you still don't have a garden, then this list of our container favorites may change your mind. Whether it's on your balcony or on your front porch, a container garden brings texture and flavor to any space. We've recommended some collections for you, or feel free to mix and match your own favorites.

1. Morning Glories
A garden without morning glories scrambling about is almost unimaginable. Sow these easily in a container, give them a trellis for support and structure, then watch them grow.

2. Seaside Cottage Garden
Whether you're an inland gardener or a beach lover, this container garden filled with black-eyed Susans, Russian sage, blazing star and other bloomers are a great combination for a cottage feel.

3. Strawberries
Are fresh strawberries your favorite summertime treat? Then these strawberry picks, perfect for small containers, window boxes or hanging baskets, are for you.

4. Lavender and Yarrow
On the lookout for good flowers for drying and potpourri? This collection is perfect. Lavender and yarrow not only make great drying flowers, but look beautiful packed into an ornamental container.

5. Window Box
Loose and informal, this no-fuss collection of window box favorites will make you look like a gardening pro.

6. Romantic Garden
Can't resist the charm of old-fashioned flowers? Plant this collection of moonflowers, jasmine, and sweet peas for a wonderful array of fragrance and pastel colors.

7. Small Water Garden
Nothing is more fascinating than a water garden. Even the tiniest of spaces can make room for this water garden complete with lush foliage, yellow water poppies and a water lily.

8. Tropical Garden
Need to bring some excitement into your life? Enjoy the fluorescent blooms and jungle-like foliage of this tropical garden.

9. Tomatoes
Excellent for the backyard gardener, these tomatoes can grow in a container right next to your kitchen.

10. Herb Garden
Once you begin to use fresh herbs in your favorite recipes, you'll never go back to dried herbs again. With this great herb garden collection, you can even keep pots growing in your kitchen window all winter!



 

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