Tag: container plants

Thuja trees forming a hedge

Questions Answered Series: Arborvitae (Thuja)

If you’re looking to add structure, privacy, and lush green foliage to your garden, then arborvitae (or Thuja) is probably the shrub for you. They can be short, tall, rounded, pyramidal, green, or blue, which means there really is an arborvitae for every garden.

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Mixed patio container for shade with ferns, barrenwort, and coral bells.

How To Plant Patio Containers for Shade

Wondering what to plant in your shaded patio containers? We’ve got you covered! We’ll give you all the information you need to be successful in planting a beautiful mixed container – plus, all of our favorite plants to do it.

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Bright pink flowers planted in containers on outdoor patio

5 Easy Tips for Protecting Your Potted Plants This Winter

Unlike annuals, perennials and shrubs don’t die in the winter, which leaves many gardeners wondering, “how do I overwinter my perennials and shrubs in containers?” It’s a good question to ask, too! Overwintering plants in containers is quite different from overwintering them in the ground – all thanks to their roots.

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Many hydrangea colors sitting together in an cut flower arrangement

Questions Answered Series: Hydrangeas

Hydrangeas have come to be a fan favorite in the gardening world. Blooming in hues of blue, pink, white, and even green, the array of colors keep us coming back for more, time and time again. There’s virtually a hydrangea for every garden!

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