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  • Christina Brashears

    Love this! Love the ideas and the use of Sweet Potato Vine. Love this trailing plant. This woman is from Grapevine and has AMAZING advice for Texans and what they should plant. Container plant combinations advice!

  • Annie Klessig

    Purple Fountain Grass, Blackie Sweet Potato Vine, Margarita Sweet Potato Vine {This Blogger has lots of good ideas for container gardening} ~ Signature Gardens: Annuals/Containers - Spring/Summer

  • Jool Green

    Signature Gardens: Container Crazy! When planting containers, remember that you want... a "thriller" (tall plants), a "filler" (plants to fill in the middle), and a "spiller" (plants that trail over the edge).

  • Val Mal

    BEST TEXAS FLOWER POT INFO!!! This woman is from Grapevine and has AMAZING advice for Texans and what they should plant. Container plant combinations advice!

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