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Rooftop patio planters Privacy, Shade, and Comfort: How To Create The Three Essential Elements of a Rooftop Patio Oasis
May 27, 2016

By Jason Wyrwicz. President of Pots, Planters & More. A rooftop patio can bring a sense of resort-like luxury to any business or residence, providing sweeping views, a respite from the sun-baked pavement, and relief from street-level noise and pollution. But, to get the most…

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Blending Old and New: How To Use Transitional Style In Plantscapes, Landscapes, and Indoor Spaces Blending Old and New: How To Use Transitional Style In Plantscapes, Landscapes, and Indoor Spaces
May 20, 2016

By Jason Wyrwicz. President of Pots, Planters & More. Transitional style is borrowed from the disciplines of architecture and interior design, and brings together elements of the traditional and the contemporary to create a familiar, timeless, elegant style. Transitional style blends the basic elements of…

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How To Incorporate 2016 Color Trends Into Plantscapes, Landscapes, And Outdoor Spaces How To Incorporate 2016 Color Trends Into Plantscapes, Landscapes, And Outdoor Spaces
May 17, 2016

By Jason Wyrwicz. President of Pots, Planters & More. For the first time, Pantone has chosen the blending of two shades - Rose Quartz, a gentle pink evoking a summer sunset, and Serenity, an airy, weightless blue - as the 2016 Pantone colors of the…

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Lush, Romantic Beauty: Create A Tropical Garden In Any Space or Climate Using Containers Lush, Romantic Beauty: Create A Tropical Garden In Any Space or Climate Using Containers
May 12, 2016

By Jason Wyrwicz. President of Pots, Planters & More. The passion and romance of the tropics add drama and dimension to elegant homes, and creativity to commercial areas. According to Megan Montgomery of Louisiana Landscape Specialty, a licensed horticulturist and landscape designer, creating a feeling…

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Bold, Unique, and Naturally Versatile: 2016 Commercial Landscape Trends Bold, Unique, and Naturally Versatile: 2016 Commercial Landscape Trends
March 17, 2016

By Jason Wyrwicz. President of Pots, Planters & More. We consulted landscapers, designers, and industry insiders to compile this year's hottest trends in commercial landscape design. 2016 will be focused on versatility, style, and the touches, big and small, that create a welcoming, vibrant property.…

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Blending Indoors and Out: Residential Interiorscape Trends for 2016 Blending Indoors and Out: Residential Interiorscape Trends for 2016
February 22, 2016

By Jason Wyrwicz. President of Pots, Planters & More. Carefree and multi-dimensional enjoyment and integration of outside spaces and the natural world are just a few of the interiorscape trends of 2016. We consulted with landscapers, designers, and industry insiders to compile the hottest trends…

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Rich Color, Clean Lines: 2019 Residential Exterior Landscaping Trends Rich Color, Clean Lines: 2019 Residential Exterior Landscaping Trends
February 22, 2016

By Jason Wyrwicz. President of Pots, Planters & More. Rich colors and clean lines, luxe spaces that take “outdoor living” to a new level, and high-tech smart landscaping solutions that make planning and managing as simple as the touch of a button: these are just…

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Beautiful Bromeliads: How To Grow And Care For These Show-Stopping Plants
January 25, 2016

For a unique, exotic pop of living color in your home or business, just add bromeliads! These stunning beauties are surprisingly easy to care for and their flowers last for months. Most bromeliads boast colorful inflorescences, which are clusters of flowers arranged on a single…

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How To Design a Mini Succulent Garden
January 1, 2016

Succulents are having a huge moment in the garden and design world. Surely part of their sudden popularity is due to their easy care and water-conserving traits, but these little guys could get by on their good looks alone. Succulents are cool, effortless and interesting.…

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Training Your Bonsai: How To Prune, Shape, And Maintain Your Tiny Tree
December 28, 2015

Shaping and maintaining your bonsai tree is known as "training," and are the heart of the art of bonsai! Part two of our bonsai series will teach you how to prune, shape, and "train" your tree into an interesting shape and miniature size. Once you…

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Bonsai 101: Choosing, Planting and Caring For Your Tiny Tree
December 28, 2015

For beginners and experienced artisans alike, the ancient art of bonsai can be a fun and rewarding challenge. Our two-part bonsai series will tell you everything you need to know to start, shape, and maintain your own bonsai tree. In its most simple definition, bonsai…

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Winter Container Gardening 101: How To Care For Houseplants During Cold-Weather Months
November 5, 2015

Did you know that your houseplant requires different kinds of care in winter and summer? For a houseplant, winter provides an opportunity for rest after a season of rapid growth. While it sleeps, it needs maximum comfort and minimal stress to wake up in spring…

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