Along with the other two elements of a well-designed mixed container, the thriller and filler, the spiller gives a lush look to your finished planter. Learn our top picks for spillers.
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Follow our tips for successful container gardens, using the Thriller-Filler-Spiller rule and all the basics for beautiful season-spanning planters for your porch or patio.
Roses are hard to resist, but the choices can be difficult for first-time rose gardeners. Read on to learn about the different varieties of roses.
When starting your garden, skip the eggshells and leave rocks out of your flowerpots. Learn the truth about gardening myths, advice once shared by neighbors over the fence and now spread by social media.
Plant edibles in containers for delicious vegetables and herbs all winter long.
Avoid cracks and chips in your flower and herb containers and pots. Give them some TLC before winter sets in.
Shrubs and vines solve many garden challenges. They fill blank spaces, add texture and bring height to the landscape.
Change out your current containers or treat yourself to new ones for a seasonal look.
Colorful spring bulbs are worth the winter’s wait. Plant now for maximum blooms next year.
Fifteen minutes of work this fall will yield six weeks of blooming bulbs come spring when you plant bulbs in a container, lasagna-style.
Bountiful basil plants can be started from seed, root cuttings or young seedlings. Here’s how.
Refresh played-out summer containers with fall flowers and foliage following the thriller-filler-spiller formula.