Copper pots are so near and dear to my soul. The way copper ages is such a timeless and classic look. This fall container garden uses one of my smaller copper pots that I got at Scott’s Market, of course! I actually have a huge collection of copper pots, small, large, even crescent shaped ones. To give you an idea of the size of this one, it is 16” across. Whenever I travel or am shopping for new garden materials, I am on the hunt for copper of any kind! My kitchen is full of copper utensils and my warehouse is overflowing!
All that to say, any sort of container will do, but I will always have a soft spot for copper. In all fall and winter container gardens, I try to use an herb. Layering herbs with flowers combines multiple smells, textures, and colors. Tune in next month for a fall cocktail recipe using this garden’s plants!