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My favorites in the summer pots.Million bells- want these in four hanging baskets for front porch - Flower Beds and Gardens

Pansy Friolina Mixed is a new and exciting series of exceptionally trailing, multi-flowering pansies that are perfect for colour and delicate perfume all summer long. You can get as many as flowers from just 5 plants, trailing along inch stems.

Colorful border with Flower Garden Love..   cana lilies, vinca, succulents.................. by marlene

Colorful border with Flowers Garden Love. I'm in love with this border! How gorgeous! This would great at my driveway. If only someone would plant all that :)

DIY:  How to Create a Hanging Flower Ball + a list of spring and summer plant suggestions that are perfect for this project - Via Just Imagine

HOW TO: Create a Hanging Flower Ball

HOW TO: Create a Hanging Flower Ball. You don't need a large garden to enjoy springtime. Get back into my yard fun.

Four varieties of coleus pair beautifully with chartreuse  and black sweet potato vine.

Four varieties of coleus pair beautifully with chartreuse and black sweet potato vine. Love these colors together and absolutely love sweet potatoe vine !

Bacopa, Angelonia, Verbena, Petunia. Angelonia really punches this one up. Love the purples. No  size given, but I would go for deep 16 in pot.

container garden with flowers Bacopa, Angelonia, Verbena, Petunia. Angelonia really punches this one up. Love the purples. No size given, but I would go for deep 16 in pot.

Love the colors & shapes in this mix! "Pair these beauties for a shady/partial shade spot. Caladium, Dragon wing begonias, trailing mint leaf (plectranthus). Guaranteed color all summer long."

Shade: Caladium, dragonwing begonias, trailing mintleaf (plectranthus) - perfect for a shady front porch.

Beautiful..orange begonia, varigated licorice vine, creeping jenny... by hillgirl38

Lovely Urn for the patio.with orange begonia, varigated licorice vine & creeping jenny.

I planted one 2 years ago and it never     did anything.  I thought it was dead.  Hadn't seen it above ground in over a     year  so this spring, I tossed out a bunch of morning glory seed.  Wouldn't     you know, suddenly the clematis pops up.  In a 3 week time, it's grown about 5     ft tall and I noticed this morning it has its first bud :)

Clematis climbing green plastic mesh, now I just need a fake vine or bush to put on it and display.

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