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  • Monica Abernathy

    shady container Impatiens 'Accent Pink', Impatiens 'Pink Swirl', Dichondra 'Silver Falls' Window box ideas

  • Stacy Leavitt

    Shade flowers for planter boxes impatiens Accent Pink, Impatiens Pink Swirl, and hanging Dichondra Silver Falls

  • Yvonne Mur

    Flower box: Accent Pink impatient, Pink Swirl Impatient & dichondra 'Silver Falls'

  • Julia Robinson

    Easy Recipes for Window Boxes In The Shade / Maximize the Power of Pink // Maximize the Power of Pink Alternate colors -- hot pink and pale pink, then more of the same -- for heightened visual interest in a long, narrow space. A. Impatiens 'Accent Pink' -- 4 B. Impatiens 'Pink Swirl' -- 4 C. Dichondra 'Silver Falls' -- 6

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