Don’t get a lot of sun on your house posts? The El Patio Post Planter is great for shade too. Here you’ll see it planted with pink Impatiens, white Caladiums, pink Dragon Wing Begonias and chartreuse Creeping Jenny spilling over the edges. Get yours today and get ready for a beautiful summer! Shown: painted moss green www.elpatiodesigns.com 😎🌿✌️
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There are as many ways to plant the El Patio Post Planter as there are clouds in the sky. There’s no limit to what you can do. But since we’ve been planting and photographing them for several years now, we’ve discovered a few tips that help you get the most oomph.
Thrill, spill, fill.
This is a popular concept in container gardening. But placement is a bit different in the El Patio Post Planter.
Spill – This refers to the plants that spill over the edges. We like to put them on the corners of the front of the planter so they spill over the front and the side. We’ve used Creeping Jenny, but you can use any trailing plant like sweet potato vine, Dichondra silver falls, verbena, begonia, lobelia or ivy.
Thrill – This refers to a unique and eye-catching plant. We like to put this one front and center, especially on house posts that face the street. We’ve found the best plants are of medium height and hang a little over the edge. Here we’ve used two-tone petunias.
Fill – In the El Patio Post planter, this refers to the taller plants that go on the sides and in the back to create volume. We often ladder them up by using medium height plants on the side and taller ones in the back so they’re all visible from the front. Here, we’ve filled the sides with some Stonecrop Sedum we had left over from last year. And in back, we used Double Impatiens from a hanging basket that we separated into individual plants.
Easter is less than two weeks away. Wouldn’t your favorite gardener like an El Patio Post Planter more than a plain old Easter basket?
Fill it with candy and after they eat it all, they can use the planter to perk up their house posts, mailbox posts, arbors and more. They can even paint it to match or contrast with their house color. Maybe something bright, like Robin’s Egg Blue.
Color Shown: Oasis Blue
Easter stuff not included 😉
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Second edition of our series – Try These 5!
We’ve featured 5 Fragrant Flowers as our second [ Try These 5 ] guide.
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Plants for Late Summer Scents
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Camellias and quince are the first flowers we see in the New Year. This bush will be covered in color over the next couple of weeks – I can’t wait! @}-)-)–