Here are easy tips for building a beautiful and thriving container garden for shade using the thriller, filler, spiller method.
Containers allow you to place a little garden anywhere you like. However, when you're faced with a sea of pottery options, it can seem daunting to find the perfect one. We love to help our customers design and grow their gardens. We're always happy to help you select your container in person, but here are a few things to think about if you want to get a jump start on making the best choice for your garden!
Fall is a beautiful time of year in the Pacific Northwest. We're fortunate to have spectacular scenery around us, and the beginnings of the rainy season bring back the bright hues of green, but sometimes our container gardens begin to feel a little flat after the colorful flowers of summer have faded. Not to worry, there are many plants that will thrive as the weather cools and offer you dynamic container gardens that will hold up all winter (even through frost)!
We who live in the Pacific NW know that fall is an amazingly beautiful season. The changing leaves can be intense and vibrant, and in hues not seen in any summer flower. Fall color transitions quickly into winter drab but your containers can continue to look beautiful with a little attention to them now. It's time to replant your containers and get them ready for the coming holidays. Bright and cheerful planted containers extend a "welcome" to you and your guests. When the weather outside is frightful, your containers can still look delightful!
Choosing the plants for a container garden arrangement can sometimes seem daunting. How do you decide which plants will create the multidimensional masterpiece you envision?
It can be helpful to use a concept that breaks down the design process by categorizing plants into three categories: thrillers, fillers, and spillers.