How to Group Container Gardens Together

Gather multiple potted plants to create a splendid garden. Using containers, you can fill a space with beautiful color and texture that rivals earthbound planting beds.

Group Containers for Flexibility

Gather multiple potted plants to create a splendid garden. Using containers, you can fill a space with beautiful color and texture that rivals earthbound planting beds.

Artfully arranged container gardens soften hardscapes and add living beauty that’s easily changed through the seasons. Pots are portable and flexible, 
and a garden composed of containers naturally evolves through the growing season as plants peak and ebb. Enhance the drama by shifting pots around as the plants grow. Shortly after planting, cluster containers closely to create a sense of fullness. As plants mature and fill in, spread pots apart.

Introduce more play into a container garden by moving plants in 
peak bloom to the forefront of the garden or elevating them above their neighbors. Likewise, slip plants past their prime to less prominent positions.

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