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Container garden with very vertical shaping!!! Bebe'!!! Love this...lots of plants in a small space!!!

Perky pansie and creeping jenny for a sure thing/low maintenance container in the backyard. Think they need sun

Container Garden... would love this plant combination in window boxes (Begonia, fire & ice hosta, Golden creeping Jenny, Geranium, Forget me nots, ribbon grass)

Use ornamental grasses to add height and texture to any planting. Here, purple fountaingrass adds extra color, too. This planting grows best in partial shade. A. Purple fountaingrass (Pennisetum setaceum 'Rubrum') -- 2 B. Coleus (Solenostemon 'Sun Velvet Red') -- 3 C. Plectranthus 'Variegatus' -- 2 D. Impatiens 'Dazzler Pink' -- 2 E. Licorice plant (Helichrysum petiolare) -- 2

'Burgundy Giant' red fountaingrass provides a rusty backdrop for dark pink, daisylike 'Cecilia' chrysanthemum and cheerful Sundaze Golden Yellow strawflower. Petite blue fescue adds texture at the front of the vintage container

Keep it Cool Asters and kale are surefire picks for a great fall show, and silvery foliage from 'Icicles' licorice plant is a perfect end-of-the-season accent. A. Aster (Aster 'Purple Viking') --- 1 B. Flowering kale(Brassica 'Kamome Red') --- 2 C. Licorice plant (Helichrysum 'Icicles') ---2

Some great container gardens--sun, shade, flowers, no flowers...26 of 'em.

A large timber post serves as a tabletop for a spectacular flower dust plant displaying its splendid pink blooms. Several containers of echeveria accompany this flowering kalanchoe. One pot mounts to the post by means of a plant hook. The others rest on board benches. A. Flower dust plant (Kalanchoe pumila) -- 1 B. Echeveria imbricata -- 5 C. Echeveria secunda -- 3

Chinese Mustard (Brassica juncea) Chinese mustard, seen here in the center, has a broad, crinkly leaf whose colors range from bright green to deep russet. It pairs well with wispy grasses and deep purple pansies.

I love this!! It would look amazing in front of my house. May have to see if I can find some stuff like this at garage sales and make it happen!!