Sunday, June 24, 2012

Summer Eye Candy – Container Gardening

Pinterest is one of my favorite places to spend a rainy afternoon.  I can get lost for hours at a time.    Since Summer is officially upon us, I thought I would share some out the summer lovelies from my Pin boards.   (You can click on the images to visit the original source.)
Garden - Galvanized pots
Some of my favorite flowers are Spring bulbs.  I love how these look in the galvanized pots.

Kettle container
You don’t need a piece of land to have a garden.  Container gardening can be beautiful.   Love the kettle!
Shabby garden decor
You can even have a shabby garden.

Pallet garden
If you live in an apartment, you can even garden UP!

Door garden
An old door garden.
Log garden
Now this one won’t fit on your deck or balcony but it’s still awesome!


Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

Thanks for sharing all these awesome ideas. I just love the idea of using the unexpected for containers. I think the log is my favorite:-)

driftwoodesign said...

That log stopped me in my tracks, fabulous!!!!
Kristy @ 4 the love of woOD

Karen said...

They are all great ideas. I love container gardening. Thanks for visiting me!

~~Carol~~ said...

You are so right, that you can garden pretty much anywhere. That log planter is just stunning!

Cindy@OldTimePickers said...

That a creative idea!

Tammy Partin Spangler said...

Awesome ideas! I especially like the log planter! ~ Tammy

Karah @ thespacebetweenblog said...

I love all of these inspiration pics. I can't say that I miss the change in seasons as much as I miss the blossoms of spring and gardening in the summer. :)

(I figured out the problem, in the URL section you had put instead of :)

Lori E said...

We have a log at the cabin just like that. Hmmmmm. Get out the chain saw honey.
I was happy to find your new (new to me) blog here Maureen. So glad you left a comment or I would have missed you. Haven't seen you in a while.

Cheryl said...

oh my goodness.. .such lovely pictures!! Makes a person want to go and work in the yard... wait, its over a hundred outside... scratch that. I think I'll head over to pinterest myself LOL
big hugs~

michele said...

love the door garden idea!

stop by if you have a moment as i just posted a giveaway:

smiles to you.


Little Miss Maggie said...

Amazing containers. Thanks for sharing.

sissie said...

Ooh great ideas for container gardening. Right now it's so hot that mine are struggling to stay alive. Now I can't wait for fall!


thompson said...

there really are so many options for flower pots now! love the door. now that's creative....!