Lush boxwood in bronze planters add bold color to this sophisticated deck.
Small containers make a big impact when painted the same fire-engine red—a great contrast to the garden's abundance of green foliage—and assembled in a corner.
Small plants in identical pots make a statement against this brick wall.
Tie together several container plants by varying their heights and textures.
Bring inside plants out onto the deck for the summer; they'll thrive and return in the fall lush and healthy.
Plant silvery lavender to accent taller, wispy plants.
Vary the heights of plants to create a cohesive look.
Ferns stand tall behind a dozen smaller container plants on this serene deck.
Colorful flowering plants placed in groups of three soften the stone patio and wooden porch.
Grouping plants of different heights and textures in assorted containers adds interest to a garden.
An old wagon makes a wonderful container for this herb garden.
This colorful arrangement of containers make a cheerful front porch.
Bright flowers in glossy black containers add punch and interest to this home.
Flowers in pots on the deck around a pool add fun color to the space.
Ivy and bougainvillea cover the upper-deck while boxes of Riegar begonias hang from the lower deck.
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