Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Decorating with Potted Plants


I noticed that a few places in my neighborhood have enhanced their landscapes with a variety of potted plants.  These three pots are full of aloe plants.


These big tubs are filled with a variety of cactus and succulents.


And, this driveway is lined with pots of pretty flowers.  Three different decorating ideas, all very pretty.

10 comments:

biebkriebels said...

People don't like to work in a garden anymore and choose for potplants. I see the same here too.

Kate said...

I agree that potted plants are the new way to garden. I have a "garden" of herbs in clay pots. . . very attractive and very useful!!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Love potted plants Sharon, although I have been trying to cut them back a wee bit lately by planting them in the garden. Still nice to have a few around the patio ✨

RedPat said...

I imagine that a lot less water is needed in your environment when the plants are isolated in a pot rather than having to soak a whole area of garden.

Silver Willow said...

The flowered pots must be hard to keep alive, what with potted plants being more water-needy, and being in Phoenix...? Succulents make sense from that perspective, anyhow. But my right knee says pots makes sense. :)

Catarina said...

Beautiful pots make a big difference.

William Kendall said...

Very creative measures!

Judy Ryer said...

Nice

Steve Reed said...

It's interesting how two of these displays make use of the design principle that three of an item -- rather than two or four -- make a more interesting visual grouping.

bill burke said...

Potted plants is the way to go. I love the look of these, very nice.