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  • Pond Plant Girl

    Many pond plants also grow well in regular container gardens or in-ground gardens with potting soil instead if submerged in water. Plants that can be potted in both are: elephant ear (taro), Japanese or Louisiana water iris, umbrella palm, papyrus, spider lily, rush and cattails, horsetail rush, creeping jenny, cork screw rush, canna, and rain lily

  • Susie

    Elephant Ears are always a fun idea

  • Kelli Secord

    multidimensional back porch container

  • Dyonous Thurmon

    Very little maintenance .. huge appearance! Black elephant ears were one of my mom's favs! Gonna grow some of my own this year. LOVE pot planting more than anything!

  • Lu Ann Hornbeck

    elephant ears + height + color

  • Janice Montgomery

    Elephant Ears for your planters on front porch . I like this arrangement. @Dawnette Watts

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