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Wave Petunias Spilling Out of a Barrel

Wave Petunias Spilling Out of a Barrel - beautiful garden idea, i like purple or pink wave petunias but the white looks nice and frothy - great upcycle use for a wooden bucket no longer able to hold flowers - could use another container as well

How to Make a Petunia Tower --  Basically, its a ring of galvanized fencing lined with landscape fabric, then filled with potting soil. The petunias were planted through slits in the landscape fabric. This looks like a pretty easy do-it-yourself project!

How to Make a Petunia Tower -- Basically, it's a ring of galvanized fencing lined with landscape fabric, then filled with potting soil. The petunias were planted through slits in the landscape fabric. This looks like a pretty easy do-it-yourself project!

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vintage Galvanized Tubs and Watering Can water fountain, soooo cute! I love buckets!

Nice use of flower pot in Garden

Goldilocks is a bright, lime green spreading plant that grows to about 36 inches. Here it drapes in dramatic fashion over an Old World-style container with Matrix Blue pansies and Easy Wave blue petunias.- Tilted pot for flowing effect

wine barrel garden - tall salvia,  yellow rudbeckia & climbing petunias trail out of the barrel

wine barrel garden - tall salvia, yellow rudbeckia climbing petunias trail out of the barrel - Flower Beds and Gardens

How to Make a Spilled Flower Pot

How to Make a Spilled Flower Pot

Toffee Twist carex, commonly called copper sedge, adds an interesting color and texture to full- and part-sun gardens. It partners well with yellow and blue flowers.

Deep, dark colors add richness to any color scheme. This fun container features burgundy petunias, pink ti plant and white euphorbia. Best in a little afternoon shade, the ti plant (also called Cordyline) makes a dramatic statement with its upright color and contrasting burgundy-and-hot-pink leaves. The tones are the ideal complement to burgundy petunias. A little white euphorbia adds softness early in the season (though later in the season, it may get covered up by the petunia!).

This container features burgundy petunias, pink ti plant and white euphorbia. Best in a little afternoon shade, the ti plant (also called Cordyline) makes a dramatic statement with its upright color and contrasting burgundy-and-hot-pink leaves.

Potato Vine, Hot Pink Geraniums,  Dark Purple Petunias ~ A Little Pop of Wow...

Potato Vine, Hot Pink Geraniums, & Dark Purple Petunias ~ A Little Pop of Wow.I could do without the pink geraniums and replace hem with something else. do not like pink anything.

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