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How to Plant Bulbs in a Container - planting in fall and leaving outside during winter will bring forth better blooms because of the exposure to winter cold!

How To Plant Bulbs in Containers

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Stewartia

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Lamium maculatum

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Shades of green container garden - Restio multiflorus (grass), libertia peregrinans (orangish reed), euphorbia (broad leaves) and Coleonema pulchellum (feathery chartreuse) in a 17" pot.

53 cool container gardens

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Add twigs & a pumpkin to create a great look for your Fall Porch

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8 Great Fall Grasses - Sunset

8 fall grasses to plant now

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fall container

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Frost-tolerant kale perfect for fall containers bhg.com

Fall Container-Garden Recipes

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All About Mums

Fall Mums: Your Ultimate Care Guide

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a Jack o lantern planter with blue fescue and sedum

Jack o Planterns - Garden Therapy

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pink geraniums and victoria blue salvias

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Lily Of The Valley best contained in a pot

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Daphne - One of the most beautiful shrubs I've ever seen; blooms once in Spring and once in Fall, and has a heavenly Jasmine scent.

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About Tree Peonies~Most varieties are hardy in Zones 4-8, reach 6 feet tall and wide (or so), and grow best in full sun and moist, well-drained soil rich in organic matter. They don't typically require pruning, but if it becomes necessary to control their size, the best time to do it is spring, right after they finish flowering.

Top Tree Peony Varieties

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Bird bath planted up with flowers. Nice hit of colour with the red!

Planter Ideas for the Garden (and one for inside too!)

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This is a cute way to make a bird bath or bird feeder using a grapevine wreath. Get a grapevine wreath and a shallow planter bottom that you put under the planter to hold water in.

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Debbie Mumm: Home Decor Project March 2006

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Planting a Perfectly Proportioned Garden Vase -- three easy steps to planting a garden vase that will be a beautiful focal point for your front porch or deck!

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Daylilies and hostas! two hard to kill or in other words, easy to grow plants that make this bed look marvelous! And both plants multiply, too!

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Container Flower Gardening Ideas: A = Creeping Jenny, B= Impatiens, C = Swallowtail Coleus: Container Flower Gardening Ideas: Creeping Jenny, Impatiens, Swallowtail Coleus This container gardening design is a great one for people who like a more

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Pretty in white pot in shady spot of porch. Designer recommends before adding potting soil put empty plastic bottles halfway up the pot to save on soil. container that's filled almost full of premoistened soil. Add a cast-iron plant, 'Moonlight' caladiums, 'Dazzler White' impatiens, silver ribbon fern, asparagus fern, Korean rock fern, and variegated creeping fig.

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side yard ideas

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Part sun, part shade ideas

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Hosta "Dancing Queen"....lime color and scalloped leaves

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Growing Herbs in Windowboxes...Love this!!

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