Wednesday, October 21, 2009

"Autumn, the year's last, lovliest smile."

Hello Friends of Container Gardening!
I hope this post finds you all enjoying cool nights, sun-warmed days, and the tinges of color on the leaves. Even though we are well into fall at this point, the rain has delayed lots of planting and blog posting!
Thank goodness for a beautiful week...we have been playing catch up so that everyone can begin to enjoy the wonderful plants that grace our fall and winter.
While perennial beds and ferns are going dormant, and the trees are loosing their leaves, Container Gardening of Atlanta is on the town to make sure that your pots keep color and vibrancy to brighten the cold winter days that lie ahead.
Make sure to call us soon to book a day for us to spruce your pots!
As always, thank you for visiting our blog and for your business!!
Here are a few pictures of what we've been up to....more to come!
Autumn Ferns, Mustard Greens, Violas, and Creeping Jenny....ahhhhhh! Fall!

Aspidistra, Autumn Ferns, Heuchera, and English and lush for the fall!

A stately globe-shaped boxwood underplanted with cabbage, violas, and heuchera

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