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CONTAINER GARDENING IN SHADE : CONTAINER GARDENING


CONTAINER GARDENING IN SHADE : TENSION RODS FOR DRAPES



Container Gardening In Shade





container gardening in shade






    container gardening
  • A type of gardening where the use of containers or pots are used to grow instead of in the ground.

  • Container gardening is the practice of growing plants exclusively in containers instead of planting them in the ground. Pots, traditionally made of terracotta but now more commonly plastic, and windowboxes have been the most commonly seen. Small pots are commonly called flowerpots.

  • Using containers such as flower pots, buckets and tubs to grow plants rather than planting the plants directly into the ground.





    shade
  • Screen from direct light

  • represent the effect of shade or shadow on

  • Cover, moderate, or exclude the light of

  • shadow: cast a shadow over

  • relative darkness caused by light rays being intercepted by an opaque body; "it is much cooler in the shade"; "there's too much shadiness to take good photographs"

  • Darken or color (an illustration or diagram) with parallel pencil lines or a block of color











container gardening in shade - The Complete




The Complete Container Garden


The Complete Container Garden



Our perennial best-seller is filled with expert advice and innovative ideas for container gardens that are flexible, practical, pleasing, and portable. Filled with over 500 full-color photos, 30 arrangements and a directory with over 1,000 plants.

Equal parts gorgeous and practical, Reader's Digest's The Complete Container Garden provides clear and straightforward advice accompanied by brightly colored close-up photography. From spring bulbs to winter berries, the range of plants and containers is tremendous, and the how-to tips are invaluable. You'll find techniques for training vines and topiary or planting strawberry jars, and generous coverage of basics like pruning, feeding, wintering, and deadheading.
The author pays great attention to choosing plants. The ideas for unusual foliage plants are exceptional, ranging from lovely purple-leaved cabbages to aromatic pelargonium. Only two brief pages are devoted to discussing pests and diseases, but the photos are a big help in identifying various creatures--for greater detail in getting rid of them, novice gardeners will need to look for other information sources.
Over 70 pages are devoted to descriptions of plants that are container-appropriate, and you'll have plenty to choose from in all categories--common bulbs and annuals as well as more unusual vegetables and small fruit trees are all represented with growing tips and optimal conditions, so you'll be sure to choose plants appropriate to your environment. Enjoyable inspiration for the novice or expert, you'll find this a worthy addition to both your coffee table and your reference shelf. --Jill Lightner










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Debbie's Fairy Garden




Debbie's Fairy Garden





A Blue Fairy and sneaky raccoon are hiding out in this cute planting. The container is made from an upturned glass lamp shade. The large hole in the bottom is great for drainage.











Rooftop Vegetable Garden 2010




Rooftop Vegetable Garden 2010





Late May, facing south

White dividers are metal venetian blinds found on the street and tacked onto the raised bed frame.









container gardening in shade








container gardening in shade




Easy Gardens Volume 8 - In Cold Climates






“Easy Gardens Volume 8 – In Cold Climates” explains how to have a beautiful garden 12 months a year in cold climates with little or no work. Choose from the lists of flowers, bushes and fruit trees which grow, bloom, produce fruit and thrive in cold areas. Follow the easy steps to make your garden gorgeous year around.

For 20 years I lived in Philadelphia and had a shady and sunny garden which bloomed 12 months a year with little or no maintenance. You, too, can do this. It seems almost unbelievable, but in one year you can have fun and watch your easy garden grow.

SELECT A QUICK AND EASY GARDEN STYLE to match your needs. Decide what you want to do in your garden, look at the physical layout and shape of your garden, choose the color and texture of your flowers, bushes and trees by following the easy steps presented in 103 pages.

PREPARE THE SOIL or use the raised bed designs which do not require digging.

SELECT THE PLANTS by growing season so that you can have flowers every year with little work. Each year they will grow, bloom, produce fruit and die back on their own. Do the work one year and reap the harvest for many years to come.

PLANT YOUR PLANTS so that few weeds can grow, water them the easy way and enjoy your slice of Heaven.

Learn about selecting, planting and enjoying trees and bushes as they become beautiful every year with their blossoms, fruit, colorful leaves and berries. You can also choose evergreen trees and shrubs so that you have a wide range of colors, shapes and designs in your garden during a cold winter.

Valuable information is also included on compost, fertilizer, mulch, weeds, disease and where you can find bargains and free plants.

Enjoy “Easy Gardens Volume 8” so that you can have a beautiful garden 12 months a year in a cold climate by following the simple steps. You can also purchase the complete book, “Easy Gardens A to Z,” at www.amazon.com or www.ebooksandmoreforyou.com.

The original “Easy Gardens A to Z” is a compilation of all I have read and learned firsthand over the years. It is written in a format both beginning and experienced gardeners will find easy to follow, using common names for plants.

It requires little or no maintenance for your garden to look beautiful year around if you follow the directions in “Easy Gardens A to Z”—the only book you need to purchase. Guided by the table of contents, you will readily find answers to all your questions:

*FROM designing your garden by following the easy steps in the 47 complete garden designs plus hundreds of other design ideas;

*TO designing decks, paths and water features;

* TO preparing your soil or using the no-dig raised bed designs;

* TO planting and maintaining shady and sunny perennial and annual flowers, vegetables, fruits, bulbs, grasses, climbers, bushes and trees;

* TO dealing with garden compost, fertilizer, pests, weeds and disease;

*TO reaping your harvest.

You can have fun and feel pride in your gorgeous year-around garden which takes little or no work.

“Your gardening book is very concise and practical. If one puts into practice the instructions and information that you have parlayed – spectacular gardens will be the end result. Well done.” Margarita Kybartas

“Your garden in Philadelphia was spectacular. You used a lot of land and it wasn’t difficult to always have something in bloom.” Betsy Weiss

“Congratulations to you on your practical, easily understandable and delightful book, “Easy Gardens A to Z,” which has over 300 pages chock full of everything a gardener wants and needs to know to plant a lovely garden. It is nicely painted with personal vignettes from your own experience. It felt like a lovely garden walk when reading it.” Margaret Salisbury

“Easy Gardens Volume 8 – In Cold Climates” explains how to have a beautiful garden 12 months a year in cold climates with little or no work. Choose from the lists of flowers, bushes and fruit trees which grow, bloom, produce fruit and thrive in cold areas. Follow the easy steps to make your garden gorgeous year around.

For 20 years I lived in Philadelphia and had a shady and sunny garden which bloomed 12 months a year with little or no maintenance. You, too, can do this. It seems almost unbelievable, but in one year you can have fun and watch your easy garden grow.

SELECT A QUICK AND EASY GARDEN STYLE to match your needs. Decide what you want to do in your garden, look at the physical layout and shape of your garden, choose the color and texture of your flowers, bushes and trees by following the easy steps presented in 103 pages.

PREPARE THE SOIL or use the raised bed designs which do not require digging.

SELECT THE PLANTS by growing season so that you can have flowers every year with little work. Each year they will grow, bloom, produce fruit and die back on their own. Do the work one year and reap the harvest for many years to come.

PLANT YOUR PLANTS so that few weeds can grow, water them the easy way and enjoy your slice of Heaven.

Learn about selecting, planting and enjoying trees and bushes as they become beautiful every year with their blossoms, fruit, colorful leaves and berries. You can also choose evergreen trees and shrubs so that you have a wide range of colors, shapes and designs in your garden during a cold winter.

Valuable information is also included on compost, fertilizer, mulch, weeds, disease and where you can find bargains and free plants.

Enjoy “Easy Gardens Volume 8” so that you can have a beautiful garden 12 months a year in a cold climate by following the simple steps. You can also purchase the complete book, “Easy Gardens A to Z,” at www.amazon.com or www.ebooksandmoreforyou.com.

The original “Easy Gardens A to Z” is a compilation of all I have read and learned firsthand over the years. It is written in a format both beginning and experienced gardeners will find easy to follow, using common names for plants.

It requires little or no maintenance for your garden to look beautiful year around if you follow the directions in “Easy Gardens A to Z”—the only book you need to purchase. Guided by the table of contents, you will readily find answers to all your questions:

*FROM designing your garden by following the easy steps in the 47 complete garden designs plus hundreds of other design ideas;

*TO designing decks, paths and water features;

* TO preparing your soil or using the no-dig raised bed designs;

* TO planting and maintaining shady and sunny perennial and annual flowers, vegetables, fruits, bulbs, grasses, climbers, bushes and trees;

* TO dealing with garden compost, fertilizer, pests, weeds and disease;

*TO reaping your harvest.

You can have fun and feel pride in your gorgeous year-around garden which takes little or no work.

“Your gardening book is very concise and practical. If one puts into practice the instructions and information that you have parlayed – spectacular gardens will be the end result. Well done.” Margarita Kybartas

“Your garden in Philadelphia was spectacular. You used a lot of land and it wasn’t difficult to always have something in bloom.” Betsy Weiss

“Congratulations to you on your practical, easily understandable and delightful book, “Easy Gardens A to Z,” which has over 300 pages chock full of everything a gardener wants and needs to know to plant a lovely garden. It is nicely painted with personal vignettes from your own experience. It felt like a lovely garden walk when reading it.” Margaret Salisbury










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