In the largest pot, working from back to front and tallest to shortest, densely plant 'Liberty Classic Yellow' snap-dragon, 'Bouquet Rose Magic' dianthus, and 'Tickled Pink' veronica. Place 'New Look' dusty miller and 'Lemon Ball' sedum in the front to trail over the edge. Pack a powerful, single-note punch in the two smaller pots by planting 'Supertunia Vista Bubblegum' petunia in the midsize container and more sedum in the smallest. Similar pots: wayfair.comWatch: No-Fail Formula for…
Sit back and imagine this classic lead urn in a dreamy garden or on a light-filled screened porch. The key to designing this look is combining contrasting textures—grassy cordyline, puffy pink dianthus, sweeping ‘Ace of Spades’ sweet potato vine, dainty blue lobelia, and spires of pink angelonia.
This sturdy galvanized-metal washtub—another flea market gem—holds a hearty mix of lantanas and impatiens. Arranged with maroon Joseph’s coat, green coleus, and yellow creeping Jenny, this dense container was built for adorning a front or back porch.
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Here’s proof that a plain and simple planter has the power to brighten up a backyard side table. This container’s copper sheen complements, rather than competes with, the fuchsia zinnias. The unexpected addition of yellow calibrachoas (the “spiller”) and purple verbenas (the“filler”) creates a robust focal point in an outdoor conversation space.
5 beautiful bushes to plant in the yard. good for privacy and very easy on the eye! such pretty colors! buddiea(pink),forsythia spectabilis(yellow), spirea arguta(white), ceanothus yankee point(blue), and weigelia(burgundy)