An Artist’s Garden Containers – Bagicha Bazaar

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Today’s photos are of Julian, sharing the beautiful garden created by his mother, Tina Iowska. We have been lucky enough to visit this beautiful garden before: The Secret Garden.

This is another beautiful garden from my parent’s house this year. My mother is an absolutely wonderful artist, and everything she touches turns into beauty. It is his biggest work till date. Its container gardening is wonderful, because it doesn’t have a lot of landscape space to plant. She lives in Coatesville, Pennsylvania. She is an antiques dealer. His house was built in 1740.

She loves topiaries and plants them with a variety of whimsical flowers.

These pictures are from his visit to the garden.

Container planting on a patio with topiaries and flowersA myriad of containers combine neatly trimmed topiary with more wild-growing annuals to create a magical space.

Close the container with the topiary and lobelia at the bottom.trailing lobelia (Lobelia Arenszones 10-11 or as an annual) forms a cloud of flowers beneath this perfectly cut topiary circle.

Lock various containers on the patio.Carefully planted and shared containers can create an entire garden out of one space.

Close up for more containers with topiaries and colorful flowers.bright yellow-green sedum (Sedum ‘Angelina’, Zones 4-8) and Impatience (impatience. HawkeryZones 10-11 or as an annual) bring great color to the bottom of this pot.

Diverse container plantings with bright pink flowers and foliage plantsEach container is different—some are filled with flowers, others are simple studies of green and textured shades. Variety makes this display look vibrant and exciting.

Faceted container with purple flowersA container shaped like a face is topped by a cloud of trailing lobelia.

Pink Foxglove Flower BandThese long fox gloves (Digitals purpureaZones 3–8) have romantic, classic cottage gardens.

Wide view of container covered patioA magical place

In front of the old Pennsylvania houseThis is the house, built in 1740, which is the setting of this beautiful garden.

If you want to see more, check out Tina’s Instagram: @nunziatinaiosca

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