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.
Scented plants add an element of nostalgia to a garden patio filled with containers of various sizes.
Cover a wall or create a barrier with a tiered planter.
A double staircase is built into a steep hillside: one set of stairs is for people and pets, the other side is for herbs and plants.
No Ho-Hum Drum
A metal drum makes a sturdy home for the pretty Japanese maple.
A small space doesn’t mean you can’t have a fruitful (or veggie-ful) garden.
Variety of Vessels
A mixture of flowerpots, planter boxes and old cookware makes for an interesting container garden.
Add Personality to a Plain Wall
Line a plain wall with flowerpots of different heights and sizes. Use a trellis to add even more height.
A gravel pathway is walled off with pockets full of herbs.
To add texture and color, frame a driveway or sidewalk with matching planters filled with spiky greens.
A small sitting area is given interest with a variety of trees and annuals all handsomely potted.
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