Decorating With Pots: Rustic and Informal

One of the main attractions of container gardening is its versatility. You can plant almost anything in a pot and use almost any vessel as a container, to produce an infinite range of possibilities for your patio.

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You can use almost anything as a container, provided you can make drainage holes in the bottom. Kitchen rejects — an old saucepan and an olive can — make eye-catching pots for the contrasting show of blue campanulas and red-tipped sempervivums.

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