Two modern-style ceramic containers create a frame that directs the eye to the Chinese bell arbor. The contrasting color and style of the pots and arbor creates visual tension and a sense of intrigue. A lone teal pot off to one side gives an initial glimpse into the garden beyond. Another similarly hued container placed farther down the path draws the viewer into the landscape and lends continuity. The placement of a tall burnt sienna vessel at the center of a gravel landing encourages visitors to pause and enjoy this narrow side yard. Splashes of orange and red in adjacent plants and garden art unifies the space.
There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to placement. A container that’s situated at the center of a landing causes the viewer to pause and enjoy the immediate surroundings. One or two pots placed at an entrance entice visitors to move further into the garden. Ultimately, selecting and sitting a container is a subjective personal decision. The right pot in the right place can transform even the most mundane space into something extraordinary.
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