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Black Magic’ Elephant Ear, Persian shield, Purple heart Wandering Jew and ‘Black Dragon’ coleus.
Graceful Containers | The Graceful Gardener
Wanted to share with you all one of my "container gardening" board pins. Gorgeous combination. maple, fern, ornamental grasses, container gardening, landscaping, prune the maple as a bonsai to keep the tree the appropriate size
Entrance container - beautiful
Tropicanna Black in Todd Holloway container garden ECHO COLORS: This container garden by Todd Holloway features echoes of black throughout: (1) Tropicanna® Black cannas, (2) Colocasia esculenta ‘Black Magic’, (3) Aeonium Zwartkop, (4) Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii Goldsturm, (5) Plectranthus Lemon Twist, (6) Ipomoea Sweet Caroline Purple, (7) Calibrachoa Callie Orange, (8) Ipomoea Sweetheart Purple and (9) Coleus Sky Fire. (Photo Credit: Todd Holloway/www.potinc.ca)
Susan Markey Lebanon, New Jersey 1. 'Black Magic' elephant's ear (Colocasia esculenta 'Black Magic', Zones 8–11) 2. Dragon tree (Dracaena marginata, Zone 11) 3. Boston fern (Nephrolepis exaltata, Zones 10–11) 4. Umbrella plant (Schefflera arboricola 'Compacta', Zone 11) 5. Arrowhead vine (Syngonium podophyllum, Zone 13)
1. Variegated smooth agave (Agave desmettiana 'Variegata', Zones 9–11) 2. 'Troy's Gold' plectranthus (Plectranthus ciliatus 'Troy's Gold', Zones 10–11) 3. Sweet Georgia™ Purple Heart sweet potato vine (Ipomoea batatas 'Sweet Georgia Purple Heart', Zone 11) 4. Golden creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia 'Aurea', Zones 4–8)
**Triple-decker** Wispy leatherleaf sedges add height and last through winter in this trio of bold containers. Vivid orange tulips, red- and gold-kissed primroses and hints of brown in the violas accentuate the burnt red pots. Yellow daffodils and creeping Jenny tie all three together. Lily bulbs planted eight inches deep will emerge in June for gorgeous summer bouquets. **SUMMER UPDATE** Replace the tulips and primroses (plant them in your garden) with begonias and ivy.
Spring container designs – slide 1 | Gardens (GardeningLife.ca)
Orange is a fantastic color to use as an accent. If you are too timid to use it en masse, try a touch of it to brighten a dull area. Here tall orange planters overflowing with bright green foliage and with their bottoms surrounded by foliage make a great statement against the white fence. Contemporary landscape Contemporary Landscape
Orange in the Garden: Do You Dare?
Asparagus fern...Tuberous Begonia...Epimedium-"Sulpherium"...Golden Japanese Forest Grass-"All Gold"...Variegated Boston Fern-"Tiger Fern"
Arrangement 2: Crowning glory - Canadian Gardening
Polar™ Pink English Daisy Bellis perennis Autumn Glory Bergenia cordifolia Helena's Blush Wood Spurge Euphorbia amygdaloides hybrid Ribbon Grass Phalaris Stargazer® Mercury Foamflower Tiarella
Proven Winners Sarazen Recipe
A – #Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’ B – Dwarf blue spruce Picea pungens ‘Glauca Globosa’ C – New Guinea impatiens Impatiens ‘Celebration Rose Star’