Create An Urban Garden Paradise

Posted on June 03, 2019

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Warm weather isn't just an opportunity to eat barbecue and go swimming, it's also the perfect environment for an outdoor urban garden paradise. For city dwellers it can be difficult to find space and soil to have a full display of plants. So getting creative with how you use your patio in the warmer months could allow you to entertain, relax, and test your green thumb!

There so many fun ways to display your precious plants that deviate from the norm of putting them in pots or in a traditional garden. Just like you can get creative with how you display these plants, you can also get creative with the way you choose to decorate your plants' home. Finding a balance between how to dress the plants and how to dress up their surroundings makes the difference between a simple outdoor garden and an urban garden paradise.

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Here are the different ways to bring some life to your green friends' home:

Ladder Baskets

Style our wooden ladder with some of your favorite draping plants or taller succulents. The combination of the greenery and natural elements such as our woven metal ladder baskets and golden teak wood are sure to be an eye catcher. It also allows for you to add some height to your garden space in a creative way.

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Woven Baskets

We see it all the time in people's homes, so why not take it outside? These baskets are unique in both design and material. Whether you select baskets based on looks you love, or choose the size that perfectly houses your plant, they are a great compliment to any space.

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Dramatic Lanterns

Displaying lanterns with the same natural aesthetic is sure to make a statement. Hang them, put them on outdoor side tables, or stagger them on the ground. The possibilities are endless! Stylish lanterns can help to continue the natural urban vibe every patio garden should shoot for!

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Refreshing Beverages

What is a garden paradise without a chilled drink to keep you cool and quenched? We styled a mint green tea with a simple succulent on our favorite serving tray. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the season. But don't forget to water your plants! They need a beverage every once in a while, too.

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