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106 Container Gardening Ideas

Enjoy nonstop color all season long with these container gardening ideas and plant suggestions. You'll find beautiful pots to adorn porches and patios.

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Plant tulip bulbs in November then forget about them until the following Spring. After they've flowered allow them to dry out, lift them shaking off any excess soil and store in a paper bag in a dry, dark place. Plant them again the following Autumn. This way bulbs can last years!

Website with 82 different container ideas - enjoy nonstop color all year long with design ideas and plant suggestions to create beautiful pots for your porches and patios. This pot has tall yellow daffodils, medium-size pansies, and small violas - a happy mix in this terra-cotta planter.

Great mix of textures and colors in this container.

Container..... awwwesome!!! has my very favorite hanging plant: Ivy!!!!! just love the different ivy's to plant (along with the sweet potato vine, the two together is a verrrrrrry dramatic combination)!!!!!!

Impatiens, Spider Plant, Begonias, Ferns & Ivy | 100 Container Gardening Ideas | Southern Living

Use Ivy in Winter Garden Container, fall planters, box wood, ivy and pine!

Use a cast-concrete pool for mini garden (built-in-drainage) - upcycle bird bath, repurpose fountain? Or make your own with sand-cast (I think I'm going to do this - love stones on the rim!) - garden decor - flowers - DIY planter - landscape ideas - (planted: hostas, violas, blue plox) - from Southern Living (for ava's strawberries) @Noelia Ortiz Morales

One of my favorite flowers. One year in Fredricksburg, TX they had these lining the sidewalks and I was enthralled by the little flowers that had so much color and character. My back yard is going to be a jungle with all the creeping plants I love!

**Triple-decker** Wispy leatherleaf sedges add height and last through winter in this trio of bold containers. Vivid orange tulips, red- and gold-kissed primroses and hints of brown in the violas accentuate the burnt red pots. Yellow daffodils and creeping Jenny tie all three together. Lily bulbs planted eight inches deep will emerge in June for gorgeous summer bouquets. **SUMMER UPDATE** Replace the tulips and primroses (plant them in your garden) with begonias and ivy.

Tulips, Pansies, Acorus, Heuchera, Ivy and Fern—Pair your tulips with Lavender Blue' and 'Purple Wing' Plentifall pansies, acorus, heuchera, variegated ivy, and 'Tiger' fern (a selection of Boston fern). | SouthernLiving.com