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Mandevilla-The Best Heat-Tolerant Plants for Decks and Patios by Naghma

This weathered box made of planking goes vertical with a vintage window frame attached to the back. The window frame is a perfect trellis for a tropical mandevilla.

Plants for Hummingbirds | White Flower Farm

Hummingbird Annual Collection Two plants of Begonia Dragon Wing™ Pink and one each of Fuchsia 'Billy Green', Coleus 'Sedona' , Coleus 'Strawberry Drop', and Ipomoea batatas 'Margarita'. Six plants total.

Garden Containers… Some ideas  putting a couple pots in a box still alows plays without the wood going bad!

Flower pots grouped in a vintage box, Use the old box from the farm.I already have the vintage box.

Welcome Spring on the Stoop - container gardening -front porch display with lantern and flower pots

La Hortensia: mucho más que una bella planta ornamental

Plants and Flowers, Blue And Purple Color Of The Flower Dwarf Hydrangea Bushes With The Beautiful And Amazing Flower With Some Other Flower In The Edge Of The White Wall Fence ~ Planting Dwarf Hydrangea Bushes To Make Your Yard Look So Beautiful

Back porch idea by estelle

Bright shades of yellow catch the eye in this sunny container. A - Dwarf Sunflowers. B - Yellow Snapdragons. C - Yellow Celosia. D - Yellow Marigolds. E - Lysimachia. F - Potato Vines. This cheery container is best grown in Full sun.

Container Gardening

One of our most popular posts, “Containers You Never Thought Of” (find it here) was just begging to be repeated, so we spent some time this week searching for even more unique garden container ideas.

If you are looking for foliage with big impact, then Elephant Ears, and Caladiums are for you!

Peak at summer heat Sun tolerant caladiums planted in full sun to full shade. Great in containers and landscapes Low growing caladium compliments the