Gardening Basics

Colorful Container Gardens for Chilly Weather

You don't have to settle for the drab grays and browns of fall and winter — create a cool container garden. Plus, get ideas for trees and shrubs that shine in cold weather.

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Art with Foliage

Copper-colored and dark green, the fronds of the autumn fern (left) complement the orange-pink leaves of coral bells (right). Erupting with an assortment of bold foliage textures and colors, this pot is a horticultural tour de force. And, notice, no flowers. The green sedge (Carex dipsacea, hardy to USDA Zone 7), will eventually go dormant for the winter, turning soft russet tones. Ornamental grasses are not only great for providing a flush of color and texture but also for adding sound in the winter, swishing in the wind.

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