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Mandevilla, coleus, vining alysum and potato vine.  so I didn't use the alyssum but I just recreated this container, details to come...

Mandevilla, coleus, vining alysum and potato vine. I used Lobeila instead of Alysum.a little more temporary but good pop of rich color until the potato vine grows. Made this Sunday.I hope it turns out as full as this pic that I just ran into.

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Signature Gardens: Annuals/Containers - Spring/Summer=great ideas for the heat

mandevilla, caladium, calibrachoa, lantana & sweet potato vine.

container garden with flowers mandevilla, caladium, calibrachoa, lantana & sweet potato vine.

Beautiful garden pot ideas

Thrillers, Fillers & Spillers -Here’s a simple recipe for eye-catching containers- Fine Gardening Article - StumbleUpon

Together coleus, sweet potato vine and impatiens make a spectacular impact, with a contemporary vibe, when placed in a black container.

Together coleus, sweet potato vine and impatiens make a spectacular impact, with a contemporary vibe, when placed in a black container. Fabulous use of color!

Flatbush Gardener: Other's People's Gardens: Greenwich Village, Manhattan, NYC, July 25, 2006

another pretty combo> chartreuse and dark sweet potato vines, purple elephant ears and a pop of fuchsia color - probably Impatiens (maybe a New Guinea type). One cautionary note - the sweet potato vines ARE vines; they will need regular pruning.

Potato vine, silver lotus vine, "million bells," stipa grass, purple coleus FrauleinBeckman. Lovely for my front door!

Beautiful container garden with Lime Potato Vine, Silver Lotus Vine, orange"Million Bells", Stipa grass, purple Coleus

I love this dazzling display of coleus, fountain grass, sweet potato vine, and variegated trailing viola. My fountain grass always takes up the whole pot. Split it in half!

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. Here's how to get the look:

Invisible Window Box: 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.

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