What To Grow In A Built-In Planter

One of the great benefits of growing plants in containers is that you can move them around. As one plant finishes flowering another container with fresh blooms can be moved forward in exchange. Obviously this is not possible with built-in containers which will be on show all the time. To see twelve ways that people have chosen to fill their planters read this article by Lauren Dunec Hoang which I found on the Houzz website.

Built-in planters are hardworking garden elements, often doubling as the backs of bench seats, acting as retaining walls for slopes or providing planting space on roof decks and terraces. However, it can be a bit tricky to figure out which plants will grow well and look good in what are effectively giant containers. If you?re looking for inspiration for your built-in planter, take a look at these 12 planting styles in gardens ranging from contemporary to traditional.
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