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Delospermas always add a summery element to the galvanised grey.
Keep it simple.
Lined with a affordable coir hanging basket liner, the industrial style natural detailing works well with the mixed variants of foliage.
The most unlikely items can be turned into unique hanging planters.
Perfectly weatherproof, brought back to life with the low creepers.
Made to last. Drilled and planted with a an evergreen selection.
A selection from the nooks and crannies category are perfect for very shallow planters.
Metal buckets always look good. Here the June tones of ‘Gold Nugget’ are muted but come the autumn it will resemble fire.
A soft mixed display allows the wording on the trough to be appreciated.
Here in late March, the dull vintage grey of the can frames ‘Yellow Cushion’ and ‘Hispanicum’ rather beautifully.
Perfectly weatherproof, drought tolerant and low maintenance. Kits available.
Plug plants are the perfect size for those tricky side holes.
‘Grape Galaxy’ is a pleasing contrast to the solid brown vintage kettle.
No need to drill! By using a super sempervivum in the centre with contrasting semi trailing sedums all year colour is guaranteed.
A fiery scheme using ‘Gold Nugget, ‘Yellow Cushion’ and ‘Coral Reef’.
Note the speckled edge. Look for these little unique details.
The ‘low creepers section for nooks and crannies’ work best for these.
Perfect drainage! I lined this with a hanging basket liner before planting.
By adding one of my weatherproof macrame hangers this is now a unique hanging planter.
Easily drilled and fun to try and reflect seaweed. In this I used ‘stahlii’
In this the centrepiece is ‘Pink Pompelo’, repeated the pink tones by using Delosperma ‘Opal’.
A ‘cool’ scheme designed to reflect and compliment the stone bowl.
By using my weatherproof hanger any round container becomes a drought tolerant, low maintenance hanging basket.
A galvanised bath becomes a complete mini garden, with all year round interest.
The colourful nature of hardy succulents lend well to the grey of galvanised containers.
As well as terracotta bowls, chimneys add height for a courtyard display.
The classic terracotta bowl is always a proven winner.
Designed to withstand extreme temperatures cake tins are perfect if deep enough.
Two examples of up-cycling driftwood and a chicken feeder.
With their high and low planting sections chicken feeders make really quirky containers.
Mixed with perlite, or grit for added drainage.
Horticultural Grit, highly recommend using this to finish your planters. The levels will drop after a harsh winter so keep a bag handy for some topping up. It’s like make up for plants. 😁