The succulents in this window box will provide a vivid splash of colour throughout the summer.
These are planted together to make a hanging basket that will flower for many weeks in early spring.
Lime-green flowering tobacco and helichrysums contrast beautifully with the blue scaevolas.
An old strawberry punnet carrier makes an attractive and unusual window box.
The vibrant yellows, oranges and reds of the flowers in this basket glow amongst the variegated leaves of the nasturtiums.
Yellow lantana and the yellow-flowered variegated-leaf nasturtium provide colour from early summer onwards.
Native plants are those that have grown naturally in the countryside for thousands of years.
Annuals are ephemeral plants: they flower for one season only and then they are gone.
Many non-gardeners think of the cooler months as the dead season, when little is happening.
Most of the plants in your garden will require some level of care and attention on a regular basis.
All plants are coloured, so what is a “colour” garden?
The artistry of container gardening lies in the way in which you arrange and combine
all your raw materials.
Colour themes can be very effective, and although it may not be practical to plant whole borders like this.
Create impact in the garden by colour-theming seasonal planting to tune in with their surroundings.
Displaying houseplants in groups creates a humid microclimate, which the plants prefer to a dry atmosphere.