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  • Janna Jennings

    Flower pot with White geranium, lobella and white trailing bacopa” Or red geraniums to have red white and blue for summer

  • Terri

    Potted plants for front porch

  • MIMI

    love the white geraniums and the blue lobelia . . . add dark red geranium and dusty miller . . . .reminds me of Nana's flower boxes on her front porch . . .

  • Gail Wittenberg

    container gardening ideas

  • Naomi Carpenter

    Front porch - The white geranium is wonderful. The blue flowers are in fact lobelia and the white trailing flower is bacopa. All do fairly well in morning sun and shade in the afternoon. by Michelle Jacoby

  • Olivia Winkle

    The white geranium is wonderful. The blue flowers are in fact lobelia and the white trailing flower is bacopa. All do fairly well in morning sun and shade in the afternoon. (try with red geraniums)

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