Containers

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Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 1997 - Gardening - 112 pages
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Containers represent the ultimate in garden versatility and portability. Imaginative containers bring interest to any garden, from a mid-sized courtyard to a tiny balcony, and a wealth of effects can be achieved simply by rearranging the pots. Containers: A Garden Project Workbook is organized by container material, and its 20 projects include a brickwork trough, painted terra-cotta, an ornamental wire hanging basket, and a wooden obelisk.

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18
vertical planting
24
planting plans for urns
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About the author (1997)

Carter is one of Britain's most exciting garden designers. He trained as a sculptor and his first career was as an exhibition designer. He now combines garden and exhibition design projects.

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