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    Creating a high-impact container involves a dramatic vertical element (often called the "thriller"), a plant that will fill out the middle section (the "filler") and a plant that will tumble over the sides (the "spiller"). In this photo: canna, petunia (Supertunia) and a calibrachoa (Superbell).

    Misty lilac wave petunias are my favorite. The color of this petunia reminds me of the species, while rewarding my efforts with vigorous growth and easy care. Double petunias are leggy-plant them with a frothy friend, like euyphoriba Diamond Frost. Some petunias need a buddy to shine.

    Petunias are a staple in my flower beds because they come in many colors and are super easy to maintain. As long as you clip off the dead blooms, they will bush out and grow beautifully.

    I like this: shade and ventilation. Oh, the flowers are pretty, too.

    Create more flower display space above and around patio doors with simple painted 2x4's- I should put plant hangers on each side of our door

    Birdcage Container Brought to you by Cookies In Bloom and Hannah's Caramel Apples www.cookiesinbloo... www.hannahscarame...

    Container garden by BluesyBelle: I love the wine colored petunias! This will be my back patio, this fall!

    Royal Colors - Cape Daisies and Petunias pretty combination :)

    terracotta and topiary, unknown location by iandjbannerman, via Flickr

    summer planter - I think the light & dark leaves add interest, and I've always loved the pink/purple combo.