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  • Green Acres Nursery & Supply

    Container #Garden idea! Good container garden combo - chartreuse sweet potato vine, hot pink calibrachoa and a spiky phormium

  • Sharon Webster

    A very basic container garden with a "thriller" (the spiky plant), a "spiller" (the light green sweet potato vine), and a "filler" (the petunias). Photo: Green Bay Botanical Gardens.

  • Sweet Pea and Company

    I love the combination of sweet potatoe vine and petunias in planters - full sun flower gardening

  • Julie Wilson

    Sweet potato vine and petunia container garden pots by pool

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Urns make everything look great. Potato vine has been a great foliage accent for years now, for good reason. Some indoor English Ivy brings a whole new shape to the pot, and Dahlias, Callas, or Cannas can make great centerpieces.

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