Andrea Kellett
More ideas from Andrea
Instead of planting horizontally, plant vertically! Use a wood trellis, tin cans, and IKEA pot hangers to recreate this look.

Instead of planting horizontally, plant vertically! Use a wood trellis, tin cans, and IKEA pot hangers to recreate this look.

green-home: I think painting a tiny courtyard garden wall, in a strong colour is a great way to create cohesion outdoors. It also makes a striking backdrop for lush green shade planting. I’m looking at Dulux for mixed-to-order coloured masonry paints. Photograph by Russell Smith I painted my backyard fence in same color and my plants look a lot more happy and vibrant against it

green-home: I think painting a tiny courtyard garden wall, in a strong colour is a great way to create cohesion outdoors. It also makes a striking backdrop for lush green shade planting. I’m looking at Dulux for mixed-to-order coloured masonry paints. Photograph by Russell Smith I painted my backyard fence in same color and my plants look a lot more happy and vibrant against it