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Oso Easy® Peachy Cream Landscape Rose
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of our plants are currently available in India, however.
perfect for container plantings and for beginning gardeners. And you have to love plants that have yummy food names like 'Cherry Pie', 'Honey Bun', 'Paprika' and 'Strawberry Crush'. Shown: 'Oso Easy Peachy Cream'
perfect for container plantings and for beginning gardeners.
I love the fact that this rose can be grown in a container and on top of that, it has that lovely peach color.
Oso easy rose grows 1-3 tall, can use in container, does well zone 3-9
perfect for container plantings and for beginning gardeners. And you have to love plants that have yummy food names like 'Cherry Pie', 'Honey Bun', 'Paprika' and 'Strawberry Crush'.
good for containers "Oso Easy"
“'Oso Easy'. This is actually a group of roses, and all live up to their name. They need no spraying” — vivdavis3
J. Peterson Garden Design
Purple Fountain Grass
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perfect plants that provides color and textural interest in mixed perennial beds, meadow gardens and container plantings.
The variety of plants and colors.
larger container plantings, and gardeners in nearly any zone can find a use for it. Its height makes it a great plant for the middle part of your garden, mixed in with flowering perennials or planted en masse for a more meadow-like look. If you opt to use purple fountain grass in your mixed perennial
perennial bed, plant it in groups of three to provide repetition and consistency. If you tuck it into a container, make sure the vessel is large enough to accommodate the mature size of the grass; I usually opt for pots at least 2 feet wide at the top. Plant it in the middle of the pot, and place flowering annuals
“Potted plant” — pluto1
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ColorBlaze® Keystone Kopper™
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fall. Planting tips: Plant in spring or tuck into container plants in the late summer or fall. Take cuttings to root in water at any time of the year, and then plant in the spring after the danger of frost has passed.
fall. Planting tips: Plant in spring or tuck into container plants in the late summer or fall. Take cuttings to root in water at any time of the year, and then plant in the spring after the danger of frost has passed.
till fall.Planting tips: Plant in spring or tuck into container plants in the late summer or fall. Take cuttings to root in water at any time of the year, and then plant in the spring after the danger of frost has passed.
you're planting your summer vegetables, don't forget to pick up a few plants just for beauty as well. Now's the time to plant frost-tender and heat-loving plants such as impatiens, petunias, million bells, coleus and more. This ColorBlaze Keystone Kopper coleus from Proven Winners would make a great addition
“Coleus- plant in spring.” — Nora Elizabeth
Chris Kauffman
window box
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vertical plantings, petunias for trailing and mix of other plants.
Simple easy plants found everywhere and looks great!
Plants to use. Many small flowering plants that
Plants to use. Many small flowering plants that grow in the ground or are appropriate for container plantings will
to use plants that do not grow taller than one-third the height of your window, or they will appear overgrown and imposing rather than charming.
Plants to use. Many small flowering plants that grow in the ground or are appropriate for container plantings will work
Plants to use. Many small flowering plants that grow in the ground or are appropriate for container plantings will work in a window box. You can take advantage of the elevation of window boxes by adding plants that have a trailing habit — ivies, petunias, lobelias, impatiens, sweet potato vines
“Oooo, LOVE this!! Window box supports & color!! Flowers, too :)” — MahtaMouse
Barbara Pintozzi
ripening blueberries
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perfect for container plantings - they like a slightly acid soil.
Blueberry year round foliage good container plant
surprising plant suggestion, but it really shouldn't be. Depending upon where you live, blueberries can offer year-round foliage interest and scrumptious fruit during the summer months. These plants are perfect for container plantings as well as in orchards and tucked into perennial gardens. Their fall foliage
foliage Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall and prune off twiggy growth in spring before new growth emerges.
Blueberry (Vaccinium spp) This may be a surprising plant suggestion, but it
Blueberry (Vaccinium spp) This may be a surprising plant suggestion, but it really shouldn't be. Depending upon where you live, blueberries
“blueberries” — ssgeorge
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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White Garden
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different plants used in this white garden? love it nice lay out.
I would appreciate it if you would kindly give me the plants names used in the white garden. and any further suggestions. I really love a white garden. Thanks a lot for your help Donna my e-mail is donna.borland@gmail.com
can be planted in the spring. The bloom time is in mid summer and the scent is incredible. I have also grown this bulb in containers although they do prefer to be in the ground. The bulb increases in size every year and it will make a nice "clump" over a few years but I would purchase at least 3 and put
How to use it. The mounding & trailing habit of alyssum, combined with the dimuntive size of the plant, makes it perfect for adding to low borders, annual beds, container plants, hanging
“Lily 'Casa Blanca'.” — Estudio Castaño
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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City Townhouse
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verigated plant at the front of this picture?
variety of plants/ grasses; round planter
Texture of container plantings, low containers
Variety of plants - more lake- beachy
green plants -- the variety of heights, textures
Container pots Great idea for entrance
well-arranged container gardens like those shown here.Movement, spontaneity and a great sense of color overflow from these pots and make this a rather alluring place to be.
“pots” — dazedandconfuzed
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Superbells® Lemon Slice
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container plants, easy no fuss no muss.
sides of containers or baskets nicely, while trailing 2 feet or so.
sides of containers or baskets nicely, while trailing 2 feet or so. This tidy habit earns it an 11 out of 10 from me.Botanical name: Calibrachoa hybridWater requirement: AverageLight requirement: Full sun
“Color” — kate marye
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