I was astounded by the beauty of the container plantings at Chanticleer Garden in Wayne, Penn. Although it was only mid-April, there were dozens of richly planted pots throughout the garden. The containers themselves ranged from formal urns to terracotta, glazed ceramics and modern metals. Many were grouped or strategically placed to enhance the garden's design. I hope that you will be inspired to create your own artistic contained gardens!
Orange tulips, red lettuce and herbs complement the terracota pots in this courtyard garden.
Red tulips, red-twig dogwood, heuchera and euphorbia in a classic cement urn.
Grape hyacinths steal the show in this pot!
A grouping of potted shrubs, perennials and annuals in different pots that complement each other!
A quiet container water garden on the stone patio.
A vegetable garden with climbing peas on the terrace!
Another interesting grouping of potted shrubs, succulents and spring bulbs.
Pansies soften the spiky form of an agave.
Potted daffodils and tulips complement the Italian accent tiles with their lemon design.
Ranunculus, pansies, and yellow-twig dogwood in an indigo blue pot!
A small centerpiece bowl of greens, herbs and flowers adorns the terrace dining table.