Betula pendula (Silver birch trees) in containers make a nice architectural statement and good screening.

Best Unexpected Plants You Can Grow in Containers

Don’t think you can plant trees in containers? These birch trees are placed in large containers, and because the root ball is kept from growing outward, the whole tree remains smaller and more manageable.

Melaleuca thymifolia, known as the thyme honey-myrtle is a common Australian plant found in coastal areas, often in heathland, woodland and swampy edges. Growing on sandstone or clay based soils. A fragrant shrub around 1 metre high, with corky bark and slender wiry stems. This plant is often noticed in spring, with attractive violet or purple flowers with feathery claws

Thyme Honey-myrtle (Melaleuca thymifolia) A common Australian plant found in coastal areas, often in heathland, woodland and swampy edges.

Elephant Ear and Asparagus Fern make a great plant combination for a container garden-and they're both easy to grow!:

Pots and planters at Longwood Gardens: Part II

Elephant Ear and Asparagus Fern make a great plant combination for a container garden-and they're both easy to grow! I know the asparagus fern is easy to grow inside, but need to look up other (Longwood- always worth the trip).

It is important when looking at the spaces available on a rooftop, balcony or apartment gardens to create a space that you make the best use of.

Agave victoriae-reginae – Queen Victoria Agave, Dasylirion wheeleri – Sotol, Kalanchoe ‘Copper Spoons’ – Copper Spoons, Aloe ‘Tangerine Tree’, Agave guingola x parasana and Lomandra ‘Tanika’SG - COURLAND ST

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