A long planter chock-full of flowers and foliage substitutes for a window box on a porch railing. Click for plant info + more container ideas: http://www.midwestliving.com/garden/container/creative-container-gardens/?page=2
cool idea, but the flowers don't want to grow in the part of the bucket that is shaded. this person must have just planted these flowers because there is no way the pansies inside the bucket would bloom.
Two layers of plants create extra interest in this container. The bright caladium leaves are a perfect contrast to bold impatiens and vinca blooms. A. Caladium 'Candidum' -- 1 B. Vinca (Catharanthus 'Titan Punch') -- 3 C. Vinca (Catharanthus 'Titan Rose') -- 3 D. Impatiens 'Jungle Gold' -- 3
Cheerful Color This colorful arrangement of containers make a cheerful front porch.This is a great way to say "welcome" on your porch. There are plants for sun and shade so you're not limited to what you can plant and by planting in containers you can move them around easily as well as change the flowers to coincide with the seasons.