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    • Beth Rowse

      Kaleidoscope of Color Coleus, geraniums, petunias, calibrachoa and fuchsia turn this window box into an eye-popping centerpiece. I also spot begonia, sweet potato vine, yellow bidens?

    • Carole Ebert

      Kaleidoscope of color garden gardening petunias garden decor small garden ideas gardening images garden photos garden ideas garden art geraniums container gardens #garden interior design #modern garden design|

    • Tracy Merriman

      Homeowner says: I use Fafard Container Mix as my planting medium...only use container mix, not potting soil or top soil, to that I add Soil Moist a water retention product and Dynamite Slow Release Fertilizer. I only use select plants like Proven Winners, Proven Select etc. and then water once a day!!!( watering is very important!!! Once a week I fertilize with a water soluble fertilizer mixture by Jack's Classic. 1 TBS All Purpose 20-20-20 and 1 TBS Bloom Booster 10-30-20 in 2 gal of water. We call it the dynamic Duo of Fertilizers. My window boxes go up Memorial Day Weekend and still look great the end of September. Hope these hints help with your Container Gardens!!!

    • Greta Jankoviak

      Garden Window Box. Beautiful! So many colors.

    • Mary Alice

      ; Beautiful flower box color combination! This one carries container gardening spring, summer, and fall- love these vibrant colors!

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