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Potted Veggie Garden

You don't have to be a garden guru to create stunning container Here's the secret.Thriller, Filler and Spiller.

Shade plants, to pot ourselves for the front porch. Dracaena, beautiful deep purple Petunias &  Lysimachia

Shade plants, to pot ourselves for the front porch. Dracaena, beautiful deep purple Petunias & Lysimachia Back/Side door

Supertunia 'Mini Blue Veined'

Proven Winners Supertunia 'Mini Blue Veined'-The pretty blue centers of Supertunia ‘Mini Veined Blue’ makes this a nice harmonious combination.

Great fall arrangement

‘Red Gaint’ mustard to glow white to chartreuse in contrast to its deep maroon foliage. ‘Bonanza Harmony’ Marigolds bring a burst of autumn orange and yellows to this fall container, while ‘Angelina’ sedums tie it all together.

Unique and unexpected use for old rain boots to hold flowers

Unique and Unexpected Ways to Display Flowers -

Try nailing your kids outgrown rubber rain boots to your wooden fence, then plant with some hearty marigolds or other colorful flowers. As if rain boots weren't cute enough on their own! Or could just use as cute planters in the yard.

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Rosemary is planted in the center of this planter and surrounded with a ti plant, pink dragon wing begonias, golden oregano, and sweet potato vines.

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I think about it in the cold and dreary winter months. and as the time approaches the ex.

Fibermania: Container Garden// something like this for next yr. by the deck*

Heliotrope and creeping jenny in pot. Haven't tried these together, but use creeping jenny in my pots and window boxes every year. My favorite color combination for my gardens is deep purple, vibrant pink and bright yellow.

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