Grace Design Associates
Back from the ashes!! Burned in the Tea Fire. Lovely Mediterranean Garden.
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What Houzz contributors are saying:
Container materialsPlastic and fibreglass plant pots and planters are lightweight, relatively inexpensive, and available in many sizes and shapes. Choose sturdy and somewhat flexible containers; avoid thin, stiff ones, as they become brittle with cold or age.Wood is another natural-looking material and protects roots from rapid temperature swings. Choose a naturally rot-resistant wood, such as cedar or locust, or use pine treated with a preservative. Moulded wood-fibre containers are a sturdy and inexpensive option.
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Empty vessel. The simple, graceful form of an empty urn with an earth-toned glaze complements nearly any garden setting. Place the vessel in a garden border to anchor perennial plants and add interest to the bed once flowers fade. Or site a container at the end of a garden pathway for a simple focal point. Smaller pots can be propped up on pedestals to give them more impact as pieces of art.