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  • Meenakshi Arun

    Dramatic Foliage Container Garden Idea

  • Paula Costello

    Dramatic Foliage Container Garden. Front porch planters

  • Elyse Yount

    Dramatic Foliage Container Garden - Front door

  • Debi Winegar

    Dramatic Foliage Container Garden Decorate a large concrete urn with silvery plants. They'll echo the cool tones of the concrete and also seem to shimmer at dawn and dusk! A: Honeybush ( Melianthus major) -- 1 B: Licorice plant (Helichrysum petiolare 'Licorice Splash') -- 2 C: Variegated geranium (Pelargonium 'Dolly Vardon') -- 1 D: Variegated geranium (Pelargonium 'Crystal Palace Gem') -- 1

  • Sharon Neill

    Container plants for the front porch

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