Rosemary  topiaries: 1. Take clippings, trim leaves from the stem off the bottom and set in water. Change water often & leave until you get roots. 2. Take your pots and fill the bottoms with rocks for drainage.3. Fill bottom with potting soil then add your rooted Rosemary - add more soil. Press soil lightly & water.Place in sun. Trim as needed.

DIY Rosemary Topiaries-Tutorial & Tips For Growing Your Own

Rosemary topiaries: 1. Take clippings, trim leaves from the stem off the bottom and set in water. Change water often & leave until you get roots. 2. Take your pots and fill the bottoms with rocks for drainage.3. Fill bottom with potting soil then add your rooted Rosemary - add more soil. Press soil lightly & water.Place in sun. Trim as needed.

I like this kind of stacking for the grizzly bear stand. You could layer with different sizes and textures of baskets/pots. Try to keep the feel pretty neutral (baskets, old buckets, etc). And look for different shapes and textures of greenery. repined by

Shade Container Gardens | Hydrangea Blue Wave, Hosta Francee and Ivy, container gardening, color and texture in a container

Shade Container Gardens | Hydrangea Blue Wave, Hosta Francee and Ivy, container gardening, color and texture in a container

Equisetum can create privacy. It grows so quickly, but grown in a container restricts the roots from getting out of control.

Equisetum can create privacy. It grows so quickly, but grown in a container restricts the roots from getting out of control.

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