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  • Christy Rice

    WINDOW BOX :: Calibrachoa (orange), Beautiful Flower Box - sutera cordata (white), scaevola hybrid (blue), and Ipomea Marguerite (Sweet potato vine)

  • Joe Odum

    For my flower box outside my kitchen window... my FAVORITE combo so far!!! Calibrachoa (orange), sutera cordata (white), scaevola hybrid (blue), and Ipomea Marguerite (Sweet potato vine)

  • Amber Turley

    Beautiful windowbox! WINDOW BOX :: Calibrachoa (orange), sutera cordata (white), scaevola hybrid (blue), and Ipomea Marguerite (Sweet potato vine)

  • RJ Mohler

    Inspiring color combo. Love the trail lengths. || Window flower box with Sweet Potato Vine

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