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Potato vine, silver lotus vine, "million bells," stipa grass, purple coleus ~ love the mixture

Dahlia, Sweet Potato Vine, Superbells,with some coleus would be a pretty combo

The best window box is the one you can't see. Whatever you planted in there should be so happy that it cascades down the wall to spill onto the sidewalk, threatening to trip passersby. Coleus, sweet potato vine, and caladium: They like a little shade, which makes them the perfect combination to plant beneath a balcony or eave. Water them every day. Image via Stately.

Coleus and sweet potato vine for planter-- like the pedestal idea with voluminous potato vine

Now THAT's a container! Need a list of probables to create this top to bottom: a bright green Colocasia/Caladium (Elephant Ear) // Persicaria microcephala 'Red Dragon' (or Lysimachia “Firecracker” – which is invasive planted in ground) // Monarda (bergamot - bee balm) "Pardon my Pink" // Coleus (red or pink) // Ipomoea - Sweet Potato Vine "Sweetheart lime"

This Container Garden has both zinnia and sweet potato vine, 2 favorites, but it looks lonely there. I feel like it really needs a container friend!

Coleus mix..easiest plant to save seeds & grow..thrifty! and will come up on their own in my pots. love it!

I love this dazzling display of coleus, fountain grass, sweet potato vine, and variegated trailing viola.

Colors can be picked through plant foliage, and not just flower petals. Many plants such as grasses and vines are used in pots for the variety of their foliage and their unique forms.

Container planted with petunia, verbena, million bells, potato vine and at the center of everything King Tut's grass (papyrus).... stunning.