At Engledow, one of our favorite activities is container gardening. It isn’t just a fulfilling hobby—it’s also a fun way to add interesting colors and a unique personal touch to any landscape. And we want to give you the basics about container gardening so that you can enjoy this great hobby yourself.
On the second Tuesday of every month, Engledow Group will be featured in a five-minute segment on WISH TV’s Indy Style—and this week we talked about container gardening. We featured three different containers, each with their own unique theme.
Our first example was a monochromatic container garden. This container featured plants including black and blue salvia, maestro, sedum, salvia mannequin (delft blue), lobularia (snow globe), and lobelia.
The second container we featured was a tropical garden. This container included begonias, coral bells (pistache), giant wandering jew, black velvet petunia, silver falls dichondra, Persian shield, lemon drop, banana plant, and cordylena ruby.
The third and final container example we used was an edible garden. This included rosemary, chives, parsley, lettuce, and strawberry plants.