Posted: 15/03/2016 at 22:25
I have a couple of 4' chimney pots
currently a variegated pelargonium ...still in flower.....occupies one. The other is vacant.....it had aeonium zwarskopf (what's the betting I have got that spelling wrong!) in it but intend to plant convolvulous maritima in it soon to tumble down
grasses like tennuissima, elymus magellanicus or carex like Comans Bronze, phormiums or my aforementined aeonium would look good.
I thnk these pots look best out of the garden proper, viz., on hard standing or paths if they look good in their own right. Never look right amongst other plants