A garden in a pot! When we plant your containers, we consider the same things, but in micro; what is the point of the pot? Is it one of many, or a focal point? Will it be ignored, or tended regularly? And what about the surroundings? It has to feel like it fits in seamlessly.
We can plant one pot one time, change the plantings for spring, summer, fall and holiday, or even set up a “fairy potmother” program, where we stop by weekly or biweekly to switch out small plants, so the container always looks fresh.

Plants are so much more than pretty flowers. –A Pattern Garden, Valerie Easton