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An elevated ironwork container stands partially hidden behind the lush blooms of a skirt of petunias. A layer of foliage plants rises above, which creates even more interest. A. Alternathera 'Purple Knight' -- 1 B. Calibrachoa 'Blush Purple' -- 6 C. Plectranthus argentatus -- 1 D. Vinca major 'Variegata' -- 2 E. Dracaena marginata --
A beautiful Lime Citrus Tree. * Container Gardens * As the seasons pass, so does the way I garden. I now plant fruit and nut trees, berry bushes and cut flowers for arrangements. That's why I think these container citrus trees are ideal, so many uses for the fruit, peels and zest and even to pile in a pretty bowl.
Go Crazy! PREV 28/30 NEXT Go Crazy! Container gardens don't have to be restrained. This striking collection displays beautiful foliage textures and colors of foliage against pink and cerise flowers. A. Dusty miller (Senecio 'Silver Dust') -- 3 B. Ivy-leaf geranium (Pelargonium 'Crocodile') -- 3 C. Scented geranium (Pelargonium tomentosum) -- 3 D. Licorice plant (Helichrysum petiolare 'Variegatum') -- 5 E. African daisy (Arctotis 'Cerise') -- 3 F. Salvia patens -- 2