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  • Laurie Never Has Time

    Table flower pots! Yay!!

  • Elizabeth

    Pinned from - 82 Creative Container Gardens | Trailing Petunias | - should dowith patio table.

  • Wise Nurseries

    Add color to your outdoor party with potted plants. There’s no need for a patterned tablecloth here. Potted petunias add all the color you need under the glass-top dining table. 100 Creative Container Gardens | Trailing Petunias |

  • Kim Ramey

    Great Outdoor Table! 82 Creative Container Gardens | Trailing Petunias |

  • June Miller

    100 Container Gardening Idea's -Trailing Petunias - no need for a tablecloth with these beautiful potted plants showing through the glass table

  • Holley Gower Dalman

    Potted plants as table base.

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