10 cool ideas for your flower containers in the garden
Beautiful flowers in containers, pots or tubs decorate your sun terrace, house entrance or courtyard
Different types of flowers in elegant flower containers always attract everyone’s attention, because they bring even more color to the outside area and spread numbing aromas. When skillfully combined, they can delight the eye and soul all summer long, some until late fall. Today we want to show you some impressive flower combos and inspire you to imitate them in your garden too. If you have enough imagination and a green thumb, any floral arrangement will turn out just fine! Dare to do it and test your skills!
Red stars fall from the flower container
How do you like this great mix of flowers? Different species look curiously out of the container and at the same time appear proudly next to each other. The Sedum impresses with its round leaves and stems with pink, star-shaped flowers. The succulent Mexican snowballs (Echeveria elegans) splurge on the right. Pelargonium sidoides – root extract catches the light on its silver leaves and rounds off this delightful combination of flowers with wonderful red flowers.
Good tip for all gardening enthusiasts: Pelargonium sidoides root extract can be mixed very effectively with succulents.
Real fireworks in the flower container
Flaming Käthchen, the yellow Kalanchoe (bottom left) stands out between the green Astelia leaves (right) and the light green of the palisade spurge (Euphorbia characias).
It reminds me of real fireworks in a flower container! Don’t you?
Great decoration for the entrance area
In case you have a couple of galvanized buckets in the basement and you are unsure of what to do with them, here is a great idea to use. Plant pretty plants in there, depending on your choice and turn the buckets into real eye-catchers. Place them on either side of the entrance and give your guests a warm welcome!
You can also care for bamboo plants and maples in beautiful pots or tubs
Take out old flower containers from the basement! Old pots, buckets and galvanized buckets can get a second chance! Plant green garden plants in it, even bamboo and maples would be possible. This allows you to separate individual zones in your garden from one another. The green plants also serve as a privacy screen if this function is also an option for you.
Rural charm thanks to blooming nasturtiums
Nasturtium is an easy-care creeper. You can plant these in a sunny spot in the garden and even create a whole range of colorful flowers. The nasturtiums bring a lot of color and love of life to your garden, because they bloom in many bright colors. If you want to introduce a rustic touch to your outdoor area, then rely on nasturtiums and you can’t go wrong! This beautiful garden flower is also suitable for hanging baskets and patio pots.
A flower urn with succulents, provided with a round glass plate, serves as a garden table
So that you could have this eye-catching creation in your garden too, all you need is a flower urn, 18-inch in diameter, which you fill with potting soil and plant succulents there. Then place a 24-inch round sheet of tempered glass on top. The mini greenhouse doubles as a table for a slightly shaded terrace.
A flower pot right by the pool
A lush flower pot, placed directly by the pool, diffuses a lot of color and creates a good mood. To achieve this wonderful look, you can combine different types of flowers there, for example the green pennywort (Lysimachia nummularia) gently falls, while Stipa arundinacea provides a soft backdrop in rustic orange with light green splashes.
Group beautiful pots and create an eye-catching arrangement
These pots, which are different sizes but the same color, contain different plants and display all of the colors from the entire color scheme of the garden.
of the overall scheme echo. In the smallest pot, purple bells (Heuchera), dead nettle (Lamium) and cyclamen are mixed together. In the flower pot on the left you can see sacred bamboo (Nandina) in combination with dead nettle, cyclamen and hellebore. The highest pot accommodates finely leafed rosemary, club lily (cordyline), cyclamen and purple bells (heuchera). All three pots make an interesting flower arrangement.
Flower care is no longer a problem with such containers
To make caring for your flowers at home easier, you can create a simple but your own self-watering system. A reservoir at the bottom of the flower container allows more time between waterings, while an overflow hole prevents any overwatering. In it you could have culinary herbs, low-growing vegetables and of course many other green plants.
Choose brightly colored flower containers
See this orange colored pot! It brings wonderful color and a good mood into the garden! If you grow the right plant there (on the photo – Greek bush basil), you are sure to have a real eye-catcher in your outdoor area.
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