Gazing Ball in a Container Garden

Posted by on April 2, 2015 in Decor, Garden, Misc. | 9 comments

Ready to do some planting? Consider a gazing ball for something different within your container gardens. Often you see a gazing ball in the middle of a garden as a focal point. It usually stands alone on a pedestal. A different approach to using a gazing ball is to place it as a focal point in your container gardens or pots! Why not? It reflects the colors of the plants around it and makes a great accent.

Gazing Ball in a Container Garden

I looked for a gazing ball that was a bit mirror-like so that it didn’t set the tone for the colors, but would reflect them. By placing a tall cup in the middle of a large planting pot, the ball is secure and stays in place. Plant low trailing plants around it. If they get too big, just keep trimming them back. I used two different trailing vines that contrast in color and texture. I placed it among a grouping of several taller pots. I liked the way it looks, don’t you?

Just another way of mixing something different in your plantings!

Gazing Ball in a Container Garden

Happy Gardening!

Phyllis

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9 Comments

  1. Looks amazing. Pinned and tweeted. We appreciate you being a part of our party. Please stop by on Monday at 7 pm. Happy Saturday! Lou Lou Girls

  2. I think my son is finally trustworthy enough I can get my gazing balls out again without fear he is going to try to “bounce” them. Love the idea of small ones in containers.

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  3. So cute! 🙂

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  4. A gorgeous idea, thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!

  5. This is such a pretty arrangement. Thanks for the great idea!

    • Thank you! It added a little something different!

  6. Love this, Phyllis. I’ve always used gazing balls like you said – on a pedestal in the center of the garden. I really like seeing it tucked in between pots and plants. I use a lot of pots, so I’m definitely going to use this idea.

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