Properties in urban or downtown areas often have very little landscape space. There is an answer if you want to grow flowers or vegetables. Container gardening! The number of container-growing households increases every year. There are countless benefits for having a container garden.
The first thing that comes to my mind is adding color. By adding a spot of color in a beautiful container one instantly has something special. Containers filled with color can also draw a guest’s eye from an unpleasant view, such as pool or irrigation mechanics.
In addition to the obvious beauty they add, container gardens can be moved around to create different looks and groupings, as well as highlight a particular plant in full bloom. Planting colorful blooms, small shrubs and trees and flowering vines in large , attractive pots can add interest to an entrance or a walkway.
Large containers with an aged look ,antique patinas, and encrusted and crackled finishes are becoming very popular in landscaping design. Grouping containers of different heights, textures and styles together can make s strong impression on your landscape design. Grouping also gives you more flexibility, allowing you to rearrange them for different looks