I have become quite good friends with my two class mates but I still feel like the whole experience would be better with some company.I am moving this weekend to a new address and staying for another week of classes here.I’m so glad I took this photo to share its splendor with you cause for now its just a memory..A combination of various hues of purple foliage plants draws attention to this planter.By using a few container gardening basics and a little bit of TLC my containers provide be with big rewards throughout the spring, summer and Cupressus ‘Goldcrest’, Petunia ‘Ramblin Red’, Euphorbia ‘Ascot Rainbow’, Coleus Stained Glassworks ‘Burgundy Wedding Train’, Dwarf Nandina ‘Flirt’, Calibrachoa Minifamous “Dark Red’, Dichondra ‘Silver Falls’, Creeping Jenny.: Swan Planter- Petunia ‘Ramblin White, Euphorbia ‘Diamonds Frost’.Middle palnter: Blue Plumbago auriculata, Petunia ‘Ramblin White’ Sedum ‘Angelina’.
J’ai jamais dit que c’ÃƒÂ©tait par rapport ÃƒÂ moi. Michelle is a wonderful writer and I know this book is only the first of many, many more to come. Doris Hey you two, it is lovely that the boys are meeting up with Simon, he seems to be coping fine but i am sure he will enjoy the company.
My ‘Blue Rhapsody’ container garden has to be one of my favorites that I plant every year.
My most foolproof method is using a slow release glandular fertilizer when planting and then about 6 weeks later a liquid fertilizer every 2 weeks to give my containers an additional boost during their growing season.
I use liquid fertilizer for my heavy bloomers (like petunias), and for my vegetable, shade loving and foliage containers I use Haven Brand Manure Tea, an organic fertilizer that these plants love. Petunias do not do too well here in the heat of summer, so I use Pentas or Periwinkles.