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  • msautia-spirito

    Great for front door entrance.

  • sheila coslan

    Container Flowers

  • Shawna Robinson

    Award Winning Containers and Seasonal Flowers | Flowerscape "Annual flower beds can be planted twice a year. In May, summer flowers, including those good for cutting, are installed. When frost threatens in autumn, summer flowers are replaced by pansies that bloom during fall, winter and early spring. As spring turns to summer, pansies are removed and the cycle begins again."

  • Kathy Byram

    Great pop of color for front porch.

  • Gloria Miller

    Flower pots

  • Pam Kasten

    Container garden idea

  • Michelle McInnis

    Thriller/Spiller/Filler method of flowerpot design.

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