There are many ways to incorporate planters into your landscape. These are a great way to create additional garden space in any area of your yard and can help bring in a pop of color. Here are a few ways to introduce them into your garden space.
Tiered or Raised Beds: Can make the most of limited ground space. Stacking them vertically can create a visually appealing arrangement of plants.
Hanging Baskets: Decorative baskets can hang from trees or porch overhangs to add a touch of beauty and greenery to otherwise unused spaces.
Window Boxes: Installing window boxes on the exterior of your home brings vibrant flowers and plants closer to eye level. This adds charm and color to your landscape.
Hanging Herb Garden: Hang herb planters from a trellis or pergola creates a functional and aromatic garden that doesn’t take up valuable ground space.
Portable Planters: using movable planters on wheels can easily reconfigure your outdoor space. Effortlessly adjust the layout and maximize every inch of your landscape as needed.
Corners: Placing large, decorative planters in the corners of your yard or patio creates visually appealing focal points that maximize otherwise unused spaces.
Wheelbarrows and Wagons: Repurposing, filling with soil, and arranging a variety of plants inside these can make unique spaces that add mobility to your garden design.
Vertical Gardens: Wall mounted planters can create a stunning vertical garden that maximizes your space and adds a focal point to your landscape.
Staircases: Lining the steps of your outdoor staircase with planters can transform it into a beautiful cascading garden, adding color and interest to otherwise plain steps.