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Creating Festive Winter Gardens

Do you reside in a harsh Winter climate? Manitoba, perhaps? Vermont, Norway, or Minnesota? Don't worry — there are still some pretty Winter options for creating container gardens.

Small conifers, or needled evergreens, are great choices for hardy winter container gardening, and these dwarf trees come in a variety of shapes, including balls, cones, and columns, as well as varieties that trail, which will add variety to your container. Add some wintergreen to the container for a bright pop of color from its red berries. In the Spring, you can transplant directly from the containers into your yard for easy landscaping. Check in at Evergreen Plant Nursery for some evergreens.

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kiroyale kiroyale 8 years
What an excellent post! I am going to do this for my first big Christmas Eve bash in my first house - Plant some in the yard for curb appeal, put some in large wrought iron urns for the country porch (filled with evergreens) and winter berry and ivy topiaries inside the house! I also noticed some fabulous pots with bulbs of winter flowers like the amaryllis for sale now too - buy it this week and they'll be in bloom for the holidays!
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Great post!!
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Great post!!
pinkflats pinkflats 8 years
oh i like this post, thanks casa.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
Haha I sure do!The only thing that LOOKS living is pine trees!
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
Haha I sure do! The only thing that LOOKS living is pine trees!
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