Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Odd Numbers With a Little Twist

Posted By on Tue, Aug 21, 2012 at 1:30 PM

Long walls and square pots can add to the linear look of a back yard wall.

Twos Squared
  • Two Squared

We typically design in odd numbers—there is probably some psychological reason for this, but we know it works. These two pots just did not seem right against this wall. I added a third pot—round in shape—and twisted the squares to change the angles.

Voila!
  • Voila!

And here we are with three weeks of growth.

Three Weeks Later!
  • 3 Weeks Later!

For more information on potted gardens in the desert, visit The Contained Gardener of Sonoran Gardens.
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