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  • Alicia Connelly-Foster

    hibiscus in flower containers gardening - A. Hibiscus rosa-sinensis, 1 plant B. Imperata cylindrica 'Rubra' (Japanese bloodgrass ), 3 plants C. Salvia splendens, 3 plants D. New Guinea impatiens Celebration Deep Red', 3 plants

  • Limaries Phillips

    Create a perfect cottage container garden in a window by using soft shades of pink and purple and plants that have loose, open shapes. Here, petunias, licorice plant, and verbena do the job perfectly. This planting grows best in full sun. A. Sweet potato vine (Ipomoea batatas 'Blackie') -- 1 B. Licorice plant (Helichrysum petiolare) -- 1 C. Petunia 'Carpet Lilac' -- 2 D. Verbena 'Aztec Pink Magic' -- 1 E. Wishbone flower (Torenia 'Summer Wave Blue') -- 1 F. Salvia 'Lady in Red' -- 1 G. Petunia 'Ramblin White' -- 1 H. Petunia 'Pink Daddy' -- 1 Click here for more beautiful container garden creations. A beautiful window box container garden can be simple or complex. Here, colorful petunias in interesting galvanized pots have just as much impact as a many-hued combination. This planting grows best in full sun. A. Petunia 'Wave Pink' -- 1 Petunia Growing Tips Find more container gardening ideas and plans. Use contrasting colors to create drama in your container for gardening. Here, shades of purple mix well together -- and make a stunning contrast for a salmon geranium. This planting grows best in full sun. A. Lobelia erinus -- 3 B. Petunia 'Blue Velvet' -- 1 C. Geranium (Pelargonium 'Fantasia Salmon') -- 2 D. Viola 'Sorbet Purple Duet' -- 2 E. Lavender pink Petunia -- 1 Receive a customized container recipe with our Container Garden Finder! Create a container for gardening that will attract attention by using bold colors and tropical plants. Here, a tree-form hibiscus adds even more appeal. This planting grows best in full sun. A. Hibiscus rosa-sinensis -- 1 B. Japanese bloodgrass (Imperata cylindrica 'Rubra') -- 3 C. Salvia (Salvia splendens) -- 3 D. New Guinea impatiens (Impatiens 'Celebration Deep Red') -- 3

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