14 Cheerful Winter Container Gardens
A wire wall container, lined with moss and filled with florist foam, showcases Fraser fir, burgundy-dyed eucalyptus, purple caspia, winterberry holly and poppy pods.
Tip Craig likes to mix live and dried materials, because they're fragrant and tactile. He snips late-season flowers, such as hydrangea, allium and astilbe, and preserves them by drying in a warm place. At the end of September, he stops deadheading roses, spurring them to produce colorful rose hips, which he also uses in his winter containers.