I planted cuttings of my variegated pothos that had been rooted in water. That was over a year ago and they have not grown a centimetre.
Container plants need to stand up to summer heat and humidity. Here are 6 container plants performing well for Garden Making Editor-in-Chief Beckie Fox.
Choose interesting foliage for container plants for shade. Use a combination of leaf shapes and textures to add beauty to a shady setting.
Annual vines are easy to grow and well-behaved, and most have intriguing blooms. My current favourite is Spanish flag vine, a.k.a. firecracker vine.
Containers with plants placed where it’s hot needed sun-proofing. Here’s what you can do to protect from the sun.
Herbs make ideal low-maintenance container plants, mainly because most thrive on minimal water and food. Grow herb plants such as basil and thyme in pots.
The beauty of container gardening is trying new plant and colour combinations every year. Here’s 10 container plants for sun. A sunny combo.