The closely-packed leaves can be susceptible to rot induced by winter rains standing too long in the crown of the plant. A pink-flowered cultivar, seen last year in Cyprus, was a curiosity that didn’t tempt me. I recall several ancient aunts who gardened in the era before tapped water supplies were available. But in a larger combo it's a good supporting player, too. pelargoniums need smaller quantities, annual climbers need more, etc). There are 648 mediterranean pots for sale on Etsy, and they cost $28.79 on average. Numerous heat-loving and drought-tolerant plants can be found here, as well as large architectural plantings, such as palms, bay topiary, and tree ferns. Plant growing too tall at the end of the summer? One is a small-leaved white-flowered plant with something of the twiggy habit of Salvia microphylla although its leaves are not aromatic); one resembles S. microphylla in leaves and form and has microphylla-type flowers, though slightly larger, that are somewhere between ivory and very pale creamy yellow; and one is a tough-looking plant with wiry stems and small purple flowers. Slugs and snails: collect them when you see them and dispose of them in any manner you’re not squeamish about. A mix for these plants can contain a little ready-made cactus soil, fine perlite, pumice, Kanuma, Kiryu, Akadama, lava, scallop shells and cuttlefish bones. I’m glad to say that it didn’t die; indeed it subsequently provided the cutting from which my own plant came. We were influenced by the pot gardens we see in Greece, whether in Crete, Corfu, Parga or Delphi where pots are often arranged on different levels, filling flights of steps, ledges on walls and windowsills. Aloe melanacantha is a relative newcomer alongside the three old familiars above. tall and wide Hardiness Cold hardy in USDA zones 9 to 11. Spination is largely confined to the leaf margins and the back ridge of the leaves towards the apex. Whatever its star quality, each of the plants below has that extra something that every gardener can use. Brugmansias (commonly sold as daturas: properly speaking, brugmansias have pendent trumpets and daturas up-turned ones) – wonderfully scented in the evening, Plumbago (sometimes burnt to the soil level by frost but usually comes back in spring). Plant up with fresh soil but do not water. Maybe they have plentiful flowers, colorful foliage or graceful trailing stems. By ‘breathing’ I mean that terracotta pots, being porous, lose moisture by evaporation from their sides, making the soil within them less likely to become dank and stagnant. Many delicate plants I used to lose in my previous garden do very well in pots. Endangered by changing land use and increasing population density, this species deserves a wider appreciation among gardeners in summer-dry climate regions of the world. CANARY ISLAND FOXGLOVE (Isoplexis canariensis) 6. Shaded seating areas. Individual rosettes tend to be larger than those of the above-mentioned aloes and may attain an eventual diameter of 20-25cm. Its mid-winter flowers are red and borne in short spikes that are sometimes candelabra-like in mature plants. For this reason I grow many hellebores which are undemanding (but they do need a deep pot) and have the advantage of attractive foliage as well as a long flowering season in the colder months. Ariocarpus, Leuchtenbergia, some Mammillaria, Pterocactus etc., should be given a soil mixture with particularly excellent drainage, hence without extra peat moss or leaf mould, but anything sharp like stones and shells which are sometimes used to open the soil mix for better drainage should be avoided of fear of damaging the tuberous roots. tall, 8 to 20 in. Some Salvias Grown in Pots This treatment does not solve the problem completely but keeps it under control. Gardening in Pots in Melbourne However, this mauve-flowered aromatic sage is a slightly less woody plant and I’ve had it in a pot for the last five years without mishap. Also many kitchen herbs: mint, chives, parsley, chilli etc. Only a masochist would try and steal it – or so we thought. From memory, it was a type of Pinus mugo. Some petunias cascade over the edge of the pot while others are a bit more upright, so be sure to check the tag for size and height when you’re buying starts. We place a layer of gravel/grit in the bottom of the pot before we fill it with potting mix. Any petunia gives you lots of bang for your buck. Indeed, plants fed too well and watered will grow uncharacteristically lush and soft, losing their attractive compact forms and colourings, and running the risk of rotting. tall, 16 to 24 in. Before I note them one by one, I should describe briefly the manner in which my plants are grown. It is somewhat tender, so that a couple of years ago Sally Razelou gave me her (then) only precious S. discolor in a pot for me to over-winter for her, feeling that central Athens would be warmer than Sparoza. Best Foliage Plants for Containers This is the exception, in that I grow it not on my roof but in my diminutive courtyard at ground level, which means that it is in a terracotta pot. Colors hold best in afternoon shade, but they tolerate full sun, too. This winter I shall have to find it a place that is protected from the wet as well as from the cold. Rather than obtain an enormous container for this plant, we divided it – with some considerable effort… Three-quarters of the dianella went to my brother-in-law’s garden near Hanging Rock in the country; the remainder was potted into three largish containers, two of which make beautiful contrasts with green foliage around them in our back courtyard, while the other is now in my brother’s garden in Balwyn. Here in Melbourne, they are prone to various attacks – by blackbirds, snails, slugs, caterpillars and mealybugs, to name a few culprits – and can be devastated by a hail storm or excessive rain in winter. Mature plants produce branching flower stems in winter with numerous red-tubular ‘bells’. See more ideas about plants, climates, mediterranean. 43 January 2006. I use an attachment to our hose (a wand with a spray-head) which concentrates water on a particular plant, like a shower, saves considerable time and means that there is no waste. CHINESE DREGEA (Dregea sinensis ‘Variegata’) 4. If you're ready to grow great-looking containers, it all starts with the best plants. Such soils may be highly mineralised but are low in nutrients so aloes do not need much fertilising to maintain growth. Deadhead the spent flowers for a tidy plant and more blooms. Mediterranean containers. In truth, I am not particularly fond of its spikes of flowers, produced in autumn, for they always look somehow anaemic to me (though I don’t go as far as to cut them off when they appear). A Gallery of varieties and cultivars of Salvia, many of which would be suited to growing in pots, can be found here. Olive trees are a classic nod to the theme, and they work well in any size or shape of garden, either as a focal point, or nestled in the corner in a large container. For most other plants any good general-purpose soil is suitable. Resistant to the elements, these heavy cement outdoor planters remain firmly in place for adding greenery to a terrace or balcony. But some plants are born to shine just a bit brighter. Some tough cactus and succulent species like Cereus, Opuntia, some Agave and Aloe have no special requirements in soil and can be planted in any blend and type of soil. wide Hardiness Cold hardy in USDA zones 10 to 11. We chose it for its weeping form so that it would not obscure the wall plaque above of a maiden with a thyrsus (a long fennel stalk topped by a pine cone, carried at ceremonies of Dionysos, the Greek god of wine), but it is now expanding – too rapidly – at the lower levels. Calibrachoa’s trailing habit makes it ideal for hanging baskets. I can see that this winter I am going to have to do some detective work to try to put names to them. In their natural habitat they develop deep woody roots in order to survive the summer drought and do not need or want water. A plant I admired on the same Adelaide trip was another tropical plant, the red-flowered Iochroma (I. coccineum) which Ruth Irving proudly pointed out at Al-Ru farm. It benefits from a weekly dose of water-soluble fertilizer. Its new growth in spring seems to be particularly attractive to snails, so that regular night patrols with a torch are indicated. Perfect for creating a lush, tropical look, canna offers large leaves (variegated in many varieties) and glowing flowers in shades of red, orange, yellow, and pink. With certain plants, I supplement this with Phostrogen, containing potash to promote flowering. report of a lecture by Martinos Gaethlich from News & Views. Statuary, urns and pots are used as decorative features too. These are the best container plants. Soil and situation. However there is one basic requirement for any soil mix: it must have such good drainage that it will have dried out within a day or two of watering. Having said that, it is always worth experimenting with any plant that you’d really like to grow…. tall, 8 to 96 in. tall and wide Hardiness Cold hardy in USDA zones 10 to 11. Flowers are an additional bonus in the case of our cannas, with structural bronze leaves remaining all year (in warmer winters than the one just passed). SMOKETREE (Cotinus coggygria ‘Golden Spirit’) 5. Persian shield also has pale blue blossoms in late summer or fall — you can leave them or pinch them off. tall, 18 to 24 in. I’ve left this one till last for it is my favourite. Many geraniums have a “zone” marked off on the center of each leaf. There are also ranges from white, cream, orange to red to choose from. ... Mediterranean Garden Trees. We grow plants in pots because we believe the opposite. I thus take care to tuck it well under the shade of larger plants in July and August, and make sure that it has a saucer beneath its pot to keep it damp. Type Tender perennial, grown as annual Blooms Flowers in shades of blue, violet, white, yellow, red, orange, peach, bronze or pink from spring through fall Light Full sun to part shade Size 6 to 10 in. Rivalling the olive as a Mediterranean icon, cypresses are striking evergreens that … Where woody stems are affected, wipe the stem with cotton wool soaked in alcohol. We cut back this vigorous climber in winter, ensuring maximum light for a profusion of bright orange flowers to follow. You can also cut back hard any plants that are damaged by frost, but it’s best in this case to wait until you can see the extent of the damage when the plant re-sprouts in spring. Between waterings the soil should dry out completely. Scale insects, both the kind with a hard shell and the soft white squishy ones: pick them off by hand and destroy. They are never dug up by mistake or overwhelmed by a stronger plant and its roots. Even in a pot it grows into a large and rambling, slightly messy, shrub with scented green leaves and produces its clear crimson flowers (rather like those of S. microphylla but slightly larger) for months and months throughout the year, although its main flowering is in early summer. The exception is dormant plants which are placed on shelves behind the scenes or on the balconies. We have allowed them to crumble and fade, resembling the pink stucco on old Venetian villas in Corfu. Characteristically it has tightly incurved clusters of grey leaves which form solitary plants from which emerge dense spires of pendent floral tubes of bright red changing to yellow as the flowers open. Aphids (including greenfly, whitefly and the fat orange aphids found e.g. While we still see some of the old stalwarts – cane begonias, Kentia palms, rough maidenhair ferns, sword ferns, hippeastrums, tiger lilies and oriental lilies, sprekelias and vallota lilies –, by and large the bulk of their favoured hardy pot plants are now scarcely known. Dioscorea must be watered once every 20-25 days, even during the rest period, to maintain their roots. All you have to do is choose your favorite color. Careful observation will indicate which kinds need the shelter of a porch, windowsill or cold greenhouse in winter, as much to keep them on the dry side as to safeguard against freezing. The climbing Solanum crispum thrives and flowers well enough; what used to be called S. rantonnetii (now Lycianthes rantonnetii), however, I got rid of by giving it away, since having been accustomed to its profuse flowering in my former garden, I couldn’t be doing with its meagre performance in a pot; and the fate of S. laciniatum is hanging in the balance while I make up my mind about it. They showed great interest in the curious plant forms – the bristles and ‘soft’ spines, the ‘babies’ appearing around the base of each mature rosette and the fat seedpods that developed on some stems. When repotting cacti and succulents remove the plant carefully from the old pot and check the state of the roots. You Might Also Like: Salvia officinalis subsp. 2. At our new home we intended to extend this pot collection to create an attractive garden (which we could control) and to satisfy my love of plants. I brought my S. discolor down from my roof terrace last year to over-winter it in the more sheltered conditions of the courtyard. Pinch it back. It is important to water each pot thoroughly and always to water before a 40-degree day, not a rescue mission afterwards. Of course there are always exceptions such as Astrophytum, Ariocarpus, Copiapoa, Aztekium, Lophophora and generally the more susceptible cacti which need less water than other plants and should be watered only every 15 days or even less frequently. Its beautiful leaves make it interesting enough to grow as a single specimen or with loads of other annuals. Nature cannot be replicated however when they are cultivated in pots, indeed the plants become more sensitive and vulnerable to adverse conditions and diseases, so the gardener must be extra careful and observant. In their natural environment cacti and succulents are adapted to resist long periods of drought and can find enough moisture from a single rainfall or even from the humidity in the air to maintain life, grow, flourish and multiply. If possible move the pots further apart in winter to allow air to circulate between them. That’s all there is to it! That is, they do not tolerate badly drained sites or soils. But check first that the leaf-yellowing is not due to over-watering. A productive visit to the Adelaide Botanical Gardens “growing friends” in November 2004 revealed one of very modest dimensions, small enough to travel back to Melbourne with us on the aeroplane. tall, 15 to 18 in. And every few weeks, snip off a few stems here and there to stimulate side branches — and more flowers. It’s a thirsty plant which rapidly spreads to fill its pot and has to be divided. To cheer myself up, and to encourage others too, I have been looking back to our forebears’ practice of growing collections of potted plants. These are mostly stunning trees, can be grown in pots, and make great architectural features, they're the wow factor plants. Most of these rhododendrons grow as epiphytes in their native habitats, which means that root confinement in a container is no problem at all. Cycas. To a gardener, all plants are stars. Aloe longistyla is almost an endangered species in its habitat around the Great and Little Karoo deserts; it hangs on despite over-collecting and over-grazing but seeds are readily available from captive breeding collections and hence to specialist nurseries around the world. Bear in mind that commercial potting composts with a lot of peat in them don’t absorb water well if they have dried out completely. I use a fairly light leaf mould-based potting compost – the terra rossa of Attica is too heavy for a roof. Some other succulents are Agave, Aloe, Echeveria, Euphorbia and Sedum. A couple of days in moist soil is enough for the plant to get what it needs for its development. I plan to repot it this winter. Remember to check the undersides of leaves. The down-turned rims of plastic pots can also harbour eggs of scale insects and other pests. A Gallery of Aloes many of which would be suited to growing in pots, can be found here. A tiny form of this was available at the Ballarat Botanical Gardens’ “growing friends” nursery last January. Home / Plants / Mediterranean For Landscape enquiries please call 01279 792869 for a full quote Show 9 per page 12 per page 18 per page 30 per page Oleanders bring a real sense of the Mediterranean planted in pots on the patio or in a courtyard, with their scented blooms in pink, red or white. When grown in pots they can be watered normally but with care in a mix of ready-made cactus soil supplemented with perlite, sand and pumice or lava. Tall and slender, Italian cypress trees, also known as Mediterranean cypress, are often planted to stand as sentinels before a country home or estate. Alan Titchmarsh's tips on creating a Mediterranean garden CONJURE up a magical Mediterranean look with terracotta pots and olive trees, says Alan. Children visiting our garden brought faded, worn sea-shells to add a fairy garden to the display. Avoid spraying the foliage of oleanders with water in summer as this tends to cause galls on their stems and branches. The entire garden takes me less than twenty minutes to water thoroughly. It also deters the blackbirds who can create havoc with my bulbs, cyclamens and delicate emerging shoots as they excavate for worms. All have responded well to this treatment so far. We first admired the distinctive violet-blue cones on the Korean fir, Abies koreana, at Marwood Hill in North Devon – the inspirational garden created by the late Dr Jimmy Smart with plants from all over the world, including many from Australia. With Lithops, in my opinion it is always preferable to spray rather than water. This was made more exciting by the fact that we had only seen its seed heads in Greece a few months earlier, though we usually see it there in full bloom. And a single plant, can cover a small container. We add a layer of gravel or pebbles on top of many of our pots. Of all my sages, S. elegans is the least happy on my sun-baked terrace in summer; considering that it comes from the highlands of Mexico, this is hardly surprising. But don’t forget the foliage! lavender, purple, pink, red, orange and white from spring to frost Light Full sun to full shade Size 8 to 48 in. Slightly shiny purple foliage make a great contrast or backdrop for plants with bright-colored flowers. wide Hardiness Cold hardy in USDA zones 9 to 11. Tomah Botanic Garden in 1998), which graduated to a spot on our front wall where it could no longer harm us as we moved through the front courtyard. Each leaf has regular but well-spaced prominent coarse white teeth along the leaf margins and also along the mid-rib of each leaf. Plants placed in a partly shaded setting on a terrace or patio will attract honey-eating birds when they flower in winter, giving the endless pleasure of watching them as they hover above the nectar-dripping flowers. Aloe melanacantha is recognisable by its deep green, broadly triangular and relatively thin leaveswith dark brown ‘black’ spines on the leaf margins and down the back ridge of each leaf. Whether by drip irrigation or by hand, always water early in the morning or in the evening. In this case, to help the plant recover, remove at the same time at least a third, or even more, of its top-growth. All photographs in this section by Stavros Apostolou. David, my husband, salvaged concrete bricks from building sites to build rising platforms which were capped with old slate hearth stones, rendered and painted Venetian pink. In a talk to the Greek Branch, The Mediterranean Garden editor, Caroline Harbouri, provided answers to all the practical questions you might have about container gardening and included a list of tried and tested plants for pots. I feed regularly during the growing season and am a great advocate of liquid seaweed plant food. Only one aloe, Aloe polyphylla, grows where there are regular snowfalls; all the rest have varying degrees of frost and cold resistance. Components of the soil mix can be: sand, perlite, a little leaf mould, a little peat, red soil, pumice stone, broken shells, cuttlefish bones, various Japanese soils such as Akadama, Kanuma, Kiryu and many others. The secret is a little work every day, with a vigilant eye for pests and diseases (David does a “slug patrol” with a torch most nights), regular dead-heading, pruning, removal of dead leaves, feeding and watering. Salvia × jamensis lavandulifolia The astelia has flourished considering that it was bought in a tube from the Garden of St. Erth four years ago. 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