Spring Containers + A Garden Giveaway with terrain

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Spring has finally arrived in Ohio. With three warm sunny days in arrow, we have dried out from the early April showers. This weather should have you excited to plant your spring containers, if you have not already. If you are still looking for some inspiration, peruse the options on Container Gardens: Spring + Summer. Together with terrain, I have complied some of my favorite container designs from Pinterest to provide you some great inspiration to welcoming spring. As a bonus, terrain is offering a $500 gift card giveaway if you repin your favorite container design from the board. The giveaway ends April 25, but don’t wait too long to plant your containers and it will be time for summer color.   Here are some direct links to enter:

  • Here is a link directly to the board: HERE
  • You can also pin directly from terrain’s site: HERE

Some quick ideas for building your spring containers: More than just Pansies. We use a lot of pansies in containers, they are great for color, price and resiliency to spring’s temperamental weather. But build a container with more than just pansies.  Try an evergreen or edible like kale to mix up the texture and dimension to the container.  The container below includes some topiaries underplanted with pansies and a few deep pink heuchera to play off the mauve of the pansies. This was photographed and planted the same day, but in a few weeks the heuchera will have a bigger presence. Pin it to win it- terrain + Thinking Outside the Boxwood

Look for unique containers. These can either be vintage containers or items not initially intended to be planters.  I like to look for old barrels in either wood, galvanized or steel. The come in all sizes, but generally have a large scale or top opening to fill with with numerous plants. Remember to drill a hole in the bottom for draining before planting.  Below is a vintage grape crate from terrain.   Shop terrain, Pin it to win it- terrain + Thinking Outside the Boxwood

I will share some more container designs from this spring later this week, and reminders to pin to win!