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Ketaki Godbole Randiwe added this to 8 Best Sun-Loving Plants for Indian Gardens10 May 2018

1. SucculentsSucculents are one of the most beautiful companions you can choose for your full-sun garden. Being hassle free, and requiring minimum maintenance and water, they are the ones you should be looking for if you find yourself with limited time for caring for your garden. Succulents will give you the joy and fulfilment of a low-maintenance garden, and even surprise you with a beautiful display of flowers. Ideal climate type: 1, 2a, 2b, 2cBest for: Those with limited time to care for the gardenFind out more about succulents you can plant in your garden

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Brady added this to f r o n t e x t e r i o r.6 September 2017

square pots are wholesaler Asian Ceramics in Duarte,CA

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Cherry Ong added this to Inspiring Container Gardens Seen on Houzz25 April 2015

9 Tips for Creating an Artful Container Garden Photo 3 of 10 3. Think of pottery as sculpture. Pottery comes in a startling array of shapes, sizes, glazes and colors, and can be employed to add an artistic element to your garden. “When selecting glaze and color, I also consider the garden setting,” says Treherne. “For instance, I might be tempted to use a chartreuse glaze in a shaded garden with monochromatic greens or a copper red in a warm and sunny garden. I may also consider hardscape — for instance, in this garden the pottery echoes the surrounding stone.” Some pots can be left empty as sculptural elements. “For pots that I know I will not plant, I usually look for ones that are smaller at the top/opening than the middle,” she says. “A more open top begs to be planted.”

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moodylink added this to Gardens that are Movable24 April 2015

Think of pottery as sculpture. Pottery comes in a startling array of shapes, sizes, glazes and colors, and can be employed to add an artistic element to your garden.

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PRADHYUT BHANDARI added this to Container garden21 April 2015

3. Think of pottery as sculpture. Pottery comes in a startling array of shapes, sizes, glazes and colors, and can be employed to add an artistic element to your garden. “When selecting glaze and color, I also consider the garden setting,” says Treherne. “For instance, I might be tempted to use a chartreuse glaze in a shaded garden with monochromatic greens or a copper red in a warm and sunny garden. I may also consider hardscape — for instance, in this garden the pottery echoes the surrounding stone.” Some pots can be left empty as sculptural elements. “For pots that I know I will not plant, I usually look for ones that are smaller at the top/opening than the middle,” she says. “A more open top begs to be planted.”

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bicci added this to Outdoor Space For JB24 June 2014

simple maintenance free platings (that don't drop or need pruning