Container and Small-Space Gardening
Just because you have a small yard, or no yard, doesn't mean you can't have a garden. Find clever ideas for creating gardens in urban or small spaces.
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Cover a wall or create a barrier with a tiered planter.
Raised beds can turn any small space into a verdant, productive vegetable garden.
Variety of Vessels
Flowerpots with a mix of colors and textures make for an interesting container garden.
Add Personality to a Plain Wall
Line a wall or fence with a potting table, potted plants and climbing vines.
A small sitting area is given interest with exotic-looking hibiscus and a llamandas in colorful containers.
Trailing plants spill over the edges of galvanized planters, softening their aged, rustic look.
Industrial items make for sturdy planters. This industrial bowl serves as a small water garden container.
A small space doesn't mean you can't have a bountiful garden. Grab deep baskets and hang them on a fence, wall or deck railing to create a vertical garden that’s beautiful and easy to maintain.
Vertical gardens are a great place to grow greens in a micro space.
A potted weber agave plant adds texture and a modern touch along a gravel driveway.