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Love this garden container:) Shade loving container, caladium, creeping jenny, ivy, begonias

One of the best perennial ground cover and trailing plant for containers! This has been my favorite! Planted it for a ground cover and in big urns. Came back one year ($ saver!) so beautifully, that we just let the pots fill and drip with it down the stairs and got more compliments on it than anything else! Striking contrast with black containers, and darker plants!

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Building a Dream House: Front Porch Container Gardens

Front Porch Fun! Place This Patio Garden Urn wherever your heart desires. via Power Flowers. #fronchporchbeauty #containerpops #patiopop❤️

Epsom Salts for the Garden. Are the leaves on your tomatoes or pepper plants turning yellow? Want more blooms on your rose bushes? Wondering why your lawn is looking brown? Boost plants and grass with Epsom salt, high in magnesium and sulfur. Helps plants grow greener with higher yields and more blooms. This site tells you how much to use for type and size of plant or square footage of ground.

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Gardening in the Shade: Annual Plants for Shady Areas

container garden with #gardenia flowers Gardening in the Shade: Annual Plants for Shady Areas

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Coleus duo low-maintenance pair for spring-to-frost color

Wasabi coleus...just bought three pots of great coleus to plant!


How to Grow Flowering Vines in Containers

Growing Climbing Plants in Containers Many compact climbers, such as jasmine and some clematis, are well suited to living in pots. All they need is a good-sized container, suitable support and regular watering and feeding.

Citronella ~ natural mosquito repellent ~ must find one or two of these for the patio. May use this for the yard this year

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Easy Container Made for Shade

Shade container idea: What's In The Pot? 'Wasabi' coleus, Cast-iron plant, 'Pink Beauty' caladium, Variegated Algerian ivy, Asparagus fern - good for front porch