Rosemary Cone With Berries
Rosemary Cone With Berries Project
Plant a fragrant evergreen rosemary cone in a traditional urn and dress it up with rich, red berries for an easy holiday project that is guaranteed to turn heads.
Step 1: Find a location that gets at least 6 hours of sunlight.
Step 2: Fill an urn or pot about halfway full with Pike's Potting & Container Soil.
Step 3: Work in a handful of Dr. Earth's Root Zone fertilizer to promote root growth.
Step 4: Fill with more soil & plant rosemary in the center of the container.
Step 5: Add more potting soil & plant the rest of the plants around the rosemary, following the diagram.
Step 6: Fill in any gaps or holes in the soil between plants.
Step 7: Wrap artificial berries around rosemary starting from the top.
A - Rosemary cone
B - Variegated Ivy
C - White Pansies or Violas
D - Dusty Miller
E- Heuchera, purple variety
F - Plumosa Fern
- 1 - Plant (A) - Rosemary cone
- 3 - Plant (B) - Variegated Ivy
- 3 - Plant (C) - White Pansies or Violas
- 2 - Plant (D) - Dusty Miller
- 1 - Plant (E) - Heuchera, purple variety 6.5-inch
- 2 - Plant (F) - Plumosa Fern 4-inch
- 1 - 20-inch pot with drainage holes
- 1 - Bag Pike's Potting & Container Soil
- 1 - Bag Dr. Earth's Root Zone Fertilizer
- Feel soil several inches down a few times a week.
- If the soil feels dry, it's time to water.
- If the soil feels moist, do not water & check again the following day.
- Feeling the soil for moisture levels will help avoid over-watering or under-watering your beautiful holiday urn.