Meg Adams, Owner/Principal Designer 

 Divine Containers evolved from a passion for learning about seasonal flowers with interest in arranging beauty in outdoor spaces. The rewarding and ever-evolving journey began with opening my business in 2012, servicing clients' needs for both residential and commercial projects onsite. I specialize in year-round custom outdoor flower design, installation, and ongoing maintenance of container gardens. While using owners existing containers or advising needs for new containers the aim is to create unique, aesthetic and warm welcome from the outside to the inside. 

I combine my passions for planting combinations, container spaces, and current trends for outdoor solutions when I design the perfect solution for your space.  It is very rewarding for me to create outdoor environments where clients are excited to be either at home or work because of the beauty surrounding their space.


When I am not in a "planting season"... I enjoy being outside working out by running, walking, golfing, downhill skiing, boating, gardening at home, dog walking, reading, bible study, entertaining and watching my active boys at their varied sports. Family and friends are my joy to be around year round.

My team and I work hard to ensure clients' needs are being achieved while enjoying our passions together. The joy of working with people to create an eye-catching arrangement continually makes my work such a blessing filled with internal reward. Keeping things in the family is one part of my strong team. Working with my sister, Molly Johnson, who has many varied skills makes us a perfect compliment working together on the projects. Other team members include Lisa, Emily and Cullen. We are together, Divine.’s-meg-adams-plants-gardens-all-seasons

Divine Containers offers beautiful container combinations of unique flowers and plants designed specifically for each client. The goal is to provide a perfect design for your space that will enhance the beauty, seasonal enjoyment and intrinsic value of your home or business. From initial custom design to changing arrangements seasonally, Divine Containers guarantees satisfaction.

Divine Containers is dedicated to providing you with a level of service that is unmatched.  Our attention to detail ensures an enjoyable design experience as well as a beautiful arrangement for your space. On all projects, we create convenience by installing onsite with bringing materials needed for each outdoor seasonal project which is brought along.


Daily Mission:

  • To truly listen and respond to the needs of each client 
  • To use our collective inspiration to innovate and transform any space
  • To work with high-quality products
  • To provide straight forward and honest pricing
  • To deliver convenience to each client while using our God given talents 

Residential Installs

Victoria’s Meg Adams Plants Gardens for All SeasonsA local container-gardening expert keeps gardens looking fresh year-round.
Meg Adams of Divine Containers in Victoria creates gardens for all seasons.

By the time November
arrives to the seasonal party, many gardeners have put their gardens to bed, but Meg Adams, owner of Divine Containers, says the festivities are still in full swing. As owner of an all-season container-gardening business, Adams’ creations transform right along with the calendar, and she says outdoor arrangements are not just about curb appeal. “I think it adds beauty that draws you into the space,” Adams says. “It can be like interior design. It can be an extension of your personality.”

Divine Containers offers residential and commercial clients quality service.

“Meg does amazing work, and she’s very detail oriented,” Kelly Gavin says. Over the last few years, Gavin and Adams have developed a creative rapport, often emailing floral design ideas back and forth. Gavin appreciates the way Adams incorporates her ideas or unique finds into the Gavins’ window boxes and front and deck planters. “At this point, I just trust her and say, ‘Go
ahead, and surprise me,’” she says.

Adams employs a staff of six seasonal part-time workers including her sister, Molly Johnson. The sisters grew up in Michigan, and Adams recalls enjoying gardening with her family. About 10 years ago, Adams felt it was time to transition out of her career as an aerobics instructor into another space she loved—gardening. Adams began creating outdoor floral arrangements for friends, and her business blossomed about five years ago. She coined the moniker Divine Containers for her business because of the influence her faith plays in her life. “For me, it’s always a central reminder of His divinity I get to work with,” Adams says. “He’s grown it; I plant it.”

She also finds inspiration by visiting area garden shops to see what’s new and interesting. “I’m a visual learner,” she says, spotlighting Minneapolis’ Tangletown Gardens, Tonkadale Greenhouse in Minnetonka and Bachman’s as favorites.

Adams continues to look for new ways to spruce up fall and winter garden containers. After the first hard frost, blooming plants bid adieu, but container gardening can continue to take on
fresh, seasonal hues and textures. While the classic additions of berries, sugar pine and red dogwood branches are favored by clients leaning to more classic design, others are pining for new elements. Gavin is partial to the contrasting colors of magnolia leaves that Adams has featured. “People are enjoying more color contrast,” Adams says, adding “Birch [tree elements] are a really a hot one.” Rather than sticking to the branches, she says using birch balls or bark can add fresh interest. “People are getting interested in seeing different things,” she says. 

Growing A Container Garden

Container gardening is growing in popularity, and Meg Adams,
owner of Divine Containers, says there are some pitfalls to avoid, including placing the wrong flowers in the wrong space.

Gardeners should pay keen attention to plants’ sunlight and shade needs. She also cautions against reusing soil from previous years. “It’s just nutritionally void,” she says, adding it’s not enough to add fertilizers to used soil and recommends using new soil for at least part of the container. Watering too little or too much can be problematic, and Adams says planting containers should feature drainage holes to guard against root rot or over watering.

Commercial Installs 

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