Old washtub planter - pretty for a front porch I think I like this for a couple of reasons. First, the layered flower look, then the tin can it's in. Both are charming. A little hint of this around the yard adds personality and less stamped landscaping
Lily of the Valley ( Convallaria majalis ) makes a wonderful ground cover perennial. The very fragrant flowers appear in abundance in April and May. They are ideal for growing in wild or woodland gardens or use for ground cover in a damp shaded border. They form dense colonies which can last a lifetime. Loose pips supplied. # Pin++ for Pinterest #
Potted spring bulbs: Try this vibrant combination of contrasting tulips, 'Cafe Noir', 'Don Quichotte' and 'Cairo'. See our five favourite tulip combinations at http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/features/flowers/five-stunning-tulip-combinations/5073.html Photo by Sarah Cuttle.
If you have a small garden but love wisteria try growing one as a standard plant in a container like this stunning Wisteria sinensis 'Prolific' grown in a 50cm terracotta pot. #gardenersworld #wisteria #wisteriahysteria #gardening #smallgarden #instaplants #instagardening