Fall Gallery – Container Planting Ideas
Below you will find many fresh planting ideas for your containers.
Fall and winter container planting ideas should rely more on foliage than flowers in the Seattle area.
Container planting ideas for fall/winter include interesting foliage perennials that bloom in late winter/early spring.
Large container gardens can include a selection of bulbs, which are some of the best flowers for containers in the winter.
Hellebores, bulbs and early-flowering perennials are great container planting ideas for cold weather container gardens.
A purple Heuchera and variegated foliage plants unify this large container garden.
A flowering Pieris and contrasting foliage plants make this fall/winter container as interesting as any beautiful flower pot.
A large container garden repeats foliage colors and shapes.
Grasses, ferns and evergreen groundcovers are mainstays of fall/winter container planting ideas.
Large container gardens do not rely on flowers for winter interest.
There’s more to enjoy during fall and winter if evergreen plants are incorporated into a large container garden.
A touch of glass art in this container planting idea reflects the foliage color.
Beautiful flower pots don’t need to contain any flowers at all in the winter in order to sparkle.
Golden-brown grasses and amber foliage pick up the warmth of the terra cotta container in this fall/winter container planting idea.
The best flowers for containers in the fall and winter container plantings may be our winter-flowering Hellebores.
Contrast and movement are reflected in this container planting idea.
Variegation unifies this fall/winter container planting idea.
Golden foliage stands out on a dark winter day. Repeating foliage colors ties this large container garden together.
The red tips of the Bergenia leaves reflect the color of the large container and the tree foliage in the background of this patio container garden.
She does extensive research to find just the right plants…
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