Here at Moraine Gardens we try our best to make sure out customers are happy with the products they receive. Our custom order container gardens are one of the many ways we achieve this goal. Each spring customers can bring their empty pots, baskets, and other containers to our greenhouses. Once they have let us know what their plant preferences are, we plant the containers and keep them growing in our greenhouses until the weather warms up enough for our customers to come get their ready-to-display container gardens. This service has been a large part of our business for many years, and some springs have seen over one thousand custom ordered containers ready and waiting for our customers! This is a unique service that no other nursery or greenhouse in the area is able to offer. You’ve probably seen some of our containers since we plant for homes and businesses all over Sheboygan county and beyond. In addition to custom order containers, we will also be offering some container gardening workshops this spring, and we are looking forward to the new opportunities to share our love and knowledge of containers gardening. Check out some of these pictures of custom orders we have planted in the past.
While many people think red, white, and blue color combos are cliché, this basket shows that you can combine these colors and still maintain an original look.
This is a great example of someone who is being creative with the containers they’re using. Even in this small wire basket we were able to plant a nice combo of five different plants that look wonderful together.
This nice little shade basket shows that you can still get a lot of color even in the shade. The impatiens and non-stop begonia fill in nicely, and the lobelia, fuschia, and ivy will trail nicely.
These eye-catching baskets, which are destined for a partial sun/shade location, allow us to be a little more creative with our combos, and we can include both sun and shade plants since they will be able to tolerate the moderate conditions of a partial sun/shade location.
This shade container has a lot of foliage plants, but the varying textures make sure this is still an interesting combo, and by not using too many trailing plants, we were able to highlight the beauty of this unique pot as well.
Bright, sunny colors can make quite a statement!
These two matching containers use only a few plants with great effect.
Blues and yellows look wonderful together, and these particular plants lend country charm to this unorthodox combo.