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Friday, April 25, 2014

Aluminum Flower Urns and Fountains

The familiar phrase, "less is more" is quite appropriate when it comes to garden and landscape design. There are so many beautiful plants and flowers available and such an abundance of garden decor that there is a temptation to purchase too many items for one area. A small outdoor space does not require small decorative accessories. In fact, a large collection of small items can make the area look cluttered or visually chaotic. A carefully chosen selection of medium and large decor items will make a small garden look more elegant and visually interesting.

Aluminum flower urns and fountains can be used in any size garden or incorporated into any landscape design. A large flower urn can be used as a centerpiece in a garden. A couple of large flower urns placed on either side of a pathway will create an grand entrance into the garden.

Medium size aluminum flower urns are ideal for creating container gardens. A variety of finish options open up numerous opportunities for creating magnificent and complementary flower combinations. Herbs and ornamental grasses also look very impressive in an aluminum urn. The light, airy foliage of a fern looks stunning against a gloss black or aged pewter urn. Once again, the theme of "less is more" comes into play. One or two visually impressive plants or small shrubs placed in an aluminum flower urn is all that's needed to make a bold, artistic statement in any garden or landscape design.

An outdoor area can immediately be transformed into a tranquil space with the addition of a fountain. Aluminum fountains are an ideal focal point for a garden. An irresistible
area conducive to relaxation can be created with aluminum flower urns, a fountain and some luxuriously comfortable outdoor furniture. Trellises can be included in the design plan to provide some privacy or to create secluded areas for meditation.


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