Friday, May 1, 2009

Ghertner's Garden

A great way to add color to a shady patio is through containers themselves. This blue-glazed "Strawberry Pot" brightens up a shady corner and draws the eye to the overflowing plants.
This planter box (provided by CGOA) is packed full of luscious, shade-loving plants...ferns, caladiums, and begonias. Who said the shade has to be boring??

This window box is a perfect example of how container gardening can bring you function along with aesthetics. This client loves to cook, so what better than a petite herb garden (with a rosemary topiary, basil, parsley, sage, thyme, dill and lavender) to supplement his culinary creations!!

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