I have a planter on my porch like this..but everything I put in it dies! It looks great when I first fill it, but shortly after it looks awful....any ideas on what I should plant in it? It is in full sun for most of the day.

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Everything you'll ever need to know to care for and grow hydrangeas.

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Country Kitchen Garden

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Repeat Effectively Repetition is a trick used by garden designers to create balance and cohesivess. Make your front yard stand out from the crowd by repeating pockets of color to draw your eye down a walkway or along the front of your house. Here, beautiful blue lobelia is joined by a riot of other early-blooming plants.

Front Yard Flower Gardens

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Boxed in!

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Allium

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wooly thyme, creeping thyme,

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Backyard shade garden

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Gardener's Hand Scrub

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ground cover in between pavers.

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So pretty.

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BHG.com's container garden finder. You select answers about sun or shade, how much time you will tend to it, your garden style, etc. and then it selects a container for you. http://www.bhg.com/gardening/container-gardening/

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charming

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Top 10 Mistakes Made When Herb Gardening

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Growing Tomatoes 101

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growing basil

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