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Transitional Live Plants

from Southern Living

Transitional Window Box - Fabulous Fall Decorating Ideas - Southernliving. Plan ahead for plantings that will transition through the holidays with a few additions. Start with ornamental cabbage, bittersweet, pumpkins, dried hydrangeas, artichokes, and ivy, then add in gilded branches and berries to suit the season. Tip: To withstand October's lower temps, plant window boxes with cold-hardy cabbages and ivy. Add the largest items first

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For a looser, more casual accent, our Pier 1 exclusive faux grass arrangement offers all the look and feel of living grasses with none of the day-to-day care. Planted in a cylindrical stone-look container to balance the sprawl of the faux grasses, this arrangement is particularly well-suited to transitional areas—entryways, alongside a hearth or even on tables.

Balcony For a looser, more casual accent, our Pier 1 exclusive faux grass arrangement offers all the look and feel of living grasses with none of the day-to-day care. Planted in a cylindrical stone-look container to balance the sprawl of the faux grasses, this arrangement is particularly well-suited to transitional areas—entryways, alongside a hearth or even on tables.

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Madagascar Dragon Tree - With its low light and water needs, and compact, structural shape, the hardy Madagascar Dragon Tree (Dracaena marginata) is hugely popular and great for adding impact and texture to a clean-lined room.

from Pier 1 Imports

For a looser, more casual accent, our Pier 1 exclusive faux grass arrangement offers all the look and feel of living grasses with none of the day-to-day care. Planted in a cylindrical stone-look container to balance the sprawl of the faux grasses, this arrangement is particularly well-suited to transitional areas—entryways, alongside a hearth or even on tables.

Here's what we're planning for transitional spring doorstep plantings: mixed containers of campanula, hellebore, silver leaf fern, english ivy, primrose, and willow branches. We'd love to hear what all of you are planning to plant soon! Link in profile if you'd like to see more from our spring doorstep collection.

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