Discover how to keep your garden vibrant during the cool season.
An edging of white cyclamen
Supplement existing plants
Supplement existing plants, such as the azaleas and ferns pictured, with an edging of white cyclamen. Tuck lamium or a similar variegated plant between the cyclamen to add a lacy skirt of frosty-looking greenery.
Wrap tree trunks with white lights
For a soft glow at night, wrap tree trunks and branches with strands of white lights.
Define borders by placing small candles in glass holders along mow strips, walls, and walkways.
Enhance beds with potted plants
Plant a border in pots
Enhance narrow in-ground beds with a row of potted plants.
In the small, shaded side yard shown, cylindrical chocolate brown pots filled with white cyclamen line up against the raised border's low brick wall, making the fern-filled planting appear deeper than it is.
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Flank the entry with potted plants
Accent the front entry
Flank the entry with potted plants.
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