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Container garden picture of large terra cotta pot with flowering container garden of passion flower, flowering maple and monkey flower.

How to Garden in a Small Space: 10 Steps (with Pictures)

Garden in a Small Space

Container Flower Gardening Ideas: Purple Fountain Grass, Red Verbena, Blue Petunias, Peter's Golden Carpet This is such a beautiful arrangement!

Plant in Yellow
This all-yellow planter mixes shapes and sizes to create contrast and is stocked with black-eyed Susan, lantana, and other butterfly favorites.
A. Calibrachoa 'Superbells Saffron' -- 4 
B. Marigold (Tagetes 'Discovery Yellow') -- 2
C. Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia 'Irish Eyes') -- 3
D. Lantana 'Lemon Drop' -- 3
E. Black-eyed Susan vine (Thunbergia alata) -- 1
F. Lollipop flower (Pachystachys lutea) -- 1
G. Creeping zinnia (Sanvitalia procumbens) -- 2

Top Butterfly Container Garden Ideas

a-calibrachoa superbells b-marigold discovery yellow c-rudbeckia d- lantana lemon drop e-black eyed susan vine f-lollipop flower g-creeping zinnia

82 Creative Container Gardens | Raised Baskets | SouthernLiving.com

121 Container Gardening Ideas

Creative Container Gardens Raised Baskets Flowers don’t have to grow at ground level. Get face-to-face with your containers by literally putting them up on a pedestal! These columned containers consist of coco-fiber baskets atop steel posts.

Back porch idea by estelle

Dwarf sunflower (Helianthus 'Elf')& B. Snapdragon (Antirrhinum 'Yellow Chimes')& C. Celosia 'Fresh Look Yellow'& D. Marigold (Tagetes 'Janie Bright Yellow')& E. Lysimachia 'Outback Sunset'& F.

BHGsite-Create Bold,Dramatic Container Gardens-21 different containers with varieties used listed!

Create Bold, Dramatic Container Gardens

Draw Your Eye Up - A. Calibrachoa 'Cabaret Hot Pink': 1 B. Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia): 2 C. Creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia): 3 D. Verbena 'Wildfire Deep Lavender': 2 E. Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis): 1 F.

Choose Plants for Outdoor Containers - wikiHow

Choose Plants for Outdoor Containers

How to Choose Plants for Outdoor Containers. Planting in containers is a good idea for those who lack space and time for regular gardens. Maybe you want to use plants in pots to decorate your porch or patio. Since many plants over-winter.

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Triple Play

Informal Arrangement - Easy-to-grow coleus, fuchsia, and moneywort create a rich palette in an attractive bronze-colored base. Religious Radish Coleus Z

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