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33 Shades of Green: Container Gardening

33 Shades of Green: Container Gardening -- planted again with different varieties of coleus and creeping jenny.

Shade Container Garden

Part Sun - Mixed Container Solutions - # 23 - Dragon Wing Begonia, Wizard Sunset Coleus, Silver Falls Dichondra and Purple Lady Iresine.

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African mask, Rieger Begonias, Non top Begonias, Coleus, Rex Begonias and Lysmachia back porch hanging basket kitchen window

container garden with impatients, coleus and red ornamental grass

container garden with impatients, coleus and red ornamental grass ~ this would look great transitioning into fall.

A: Geranium (Pelargonium 'Savannah Hot Pink Sizzle') -- 2    B: Sweet potato vine (Ipomoea 'Sidekick Black') -- 1    C: Sweet potato vine (Ipomoea 'Sidekick Lime') -- 1    D: New Guinea impatiens (Impatiens 'Sonic Sweet Cherry') --1    E: Cordyline 'Red Star' -- 1    F: Bacopa (Sutera 'Calypso Jumbo White') -- 2    G: Canna 'Pretoria' -- 1

Perfect Container Pairings for Geraniums

A: Geranium (Pelargonium 'Savannah Hot Pink Sizzle') - 2 B: Sweet potato vine (Ipomoea 'Sidekick Black') - 1 C: Sweet potato vine (Ipomoea 'Sidekick Lime') - 1 D: New Guinea impatiens (Impatiens 'Sonic Sweet Cherry') E: Cordyline 'Red Star' - 1 F:

Ti plant and red petunias.

This container features burgundy petunias, pink ti plant and white euphorbia. Best in a little afternoon shade, the ti plant (also called Cordyline) makes a dramatic statement with its upright color and contrasting burgundy-and-hot-pink leaves.

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Best plants for Balcony Garden

Shade Container -- from Lowes -- For a shade container they combined ‘Kong Red’ coleus with pink and salmon impatiens, and lime-green pennywort.

This is a simple pairing for a shady spot -- with just two plants   A. Caladium 'Gingerland' -- 1  B. Coleus (Solenostemon 'Inky Fingers') -- 1

Container-Garden Recipes for Shade

"This is a simple yet dramatic pairing for a shady spot- with just two plants (each with two leaf colors). Caladium 'Gingerland': B. Coleus (Solenostemon 'Inky Fingers')" Note: coleus is too wussy to survive winter outside.

This site has great planter ideas

summer planters Lots of pretty planters at site no plant lists.sweet potato vine, geranium and zinnia?

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