Diane Lingenfelter

Diane Lingenfelter

Recent grad, starting nonprofit & grant writing, part time educator and volunteer. Lots of hobbies, too little time. Thanks for sharing such great ideas!
Diane Lingenfelter
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The Letter: The #1 Bestseller that everyone is talking about

The Letter: The Bestseller that everyone is talking about

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pink geraniums  Ivy:  this is the combination I plant every summer, but mine don't look this gorgeous.

Pink Hydrangea & Ivy: I love this combination. I will use this for the urns that flank my front door. Think I'll plant real greens, but use silk hydrangea and change colors for the seasons.

pretty pots of shade loving plants

Huge planters on front porch with ferns & sweet potato vines, and light blues/purples

For gorgeous containers, use the Thriller/Spiller/Filler method. @ its-a-green-lifeits-a-green-life

For gorgeous containers, use the Thriller/Spiller/Filler method. Choose a taller plant as your thriller, a filler to add around the base and a trailing plant to spill or cascade down the sides. More container garden tips @ themicrogardener.

Kimberly Queen Ferns Southern Soul Mates:  trying these instead of Boston ferns this year.  To be more tolerant of the heat and dry weather.  Less leggy and more upright too.  Two on the front porch.

Better fern for front porch than Boston fern: Kimberly Queen Ferns Southern Soul Mates: trying these instead of Boston ferns this year. To be more tolerant of the heat and dry weather. Less leggy and more upright too. Two on the front porch.