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Get creative with Stone Face Planters. emfl.us/s-Ed #containers #flowers #Provenwinners

A pretty plant container with an unexpected twist! #ProvenWinners #planter

Galvanized steel electrical junction boxes as planters...so inexpensive and easy. You don't even need to add holes!

'Black Velvet' is a good choice for a full sun combination in spring or summer, with contrast between dark leaves and bright blooms. emfl.us/mVHd #ProvenWinners

Looking for a super dramatic, drought-tolerant container combo? Try a blue agave and Silver Falls dichondra! emfl.us/hkFd

June | 2012 | Thinking Outside the Boxwood

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Fine Line buckthorn makes an excellent container plant - its narrow habit leaves plenty of room for filling out with colorful annuals. Several pots like this in a row make a unique, inexpensive, flexible privacy hedge!

Coral stemmed dogwood (like Arctic Sun: emfl.us/dwGd) + black mondo grass + snowdrops = WOW! Plant in autumn for spring show.

Looking for a #SweetPotatoVIne that will not overpower a #container? #Illusion #Emeraldlace Iponoea is compact, dense, lacy. Ideal for mixed containers. For height add #ProvenWinners #KingTut papyrus grass and #DiamondFrost #Euphorbia for a great looking container in full sun. www.provenwinners...

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My front porch pots are looking lovely this year! Thanks Pinterest for the color combo!!

This is a nice departure from the "usual" potted flowers. Perennials mixed with annuals.

Black and Blue Salvia, Wave Petunias, Annual Verbena, Creeping Jenny and a cool grass in the background in this sun combo pot! Such a pretty combo of plants ... in a gorgeous turquoise container.

Great coleus, alocasia, huechera shade combo pot! Might have to sub torenia for angelina sedum for sun requirements.

Just lovely!!

Butchart Gardens, Day 3 | Fine Gardening

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Purple fountain grass, coleus, sweet potato vine! Sun combo pot!

Sheila's containers in Colorado | Fine Gardening

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