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through fall Planting tips: Plant in spring to fall in mild climates; in colder climates, use croton as a container plant accent or as an annual in a perennial border or bed.
through fallPlanting tips: Plant in spring to fall in mild climates; in colder climates, use croton as a container plant accent or as an annual in a perennial border or bed.
foil for container plantings with ornamental grasses and fall annuals. For those living in colder climates, treat this one as an annual or bring it inside for the cold months.USDA zones: 9 to 11Water requirement: AverageLight requirement: Sun to partial shadeMature size: 4 to 6 feet tallSeasonal interest:
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Glenna Partridge Garden Design
e.com/Plant-Details/424/ Here's a couple of Houzz ideabooks that give you info and ideas http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/1968745/list/Great-Design-Plant--Canna--Pretoria- http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/2531483/list/Great-Design-Plant--Cannas I hope this helps! Glenna (PS. I put three plants - 1 gallon
these containers and fertilized weekly with 15-30-15)
I'm so sorry I have not connected with you yet! I should be done most of the annual planting in the next few weeks and
in the containers are Canna lilies. The green one is Canna 'Bengal Tiger'. Here's a link for info http://www.plantdelights.com/Canna-Bengal-Tiger-Bengal-Tiger-Variegated-Canna-Lily/productinfo/819/#.UJiW6Y6DiME The red coloured one is Canna 'Tropicanna'. Here's a link for more info on that variety
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your container plants well. From hanging baskets to veggies on the deck, most of us have some kind of container planting. August can be hot, so be sure to keep your container plantings well hydrated.
Zinnia Zahara Double Fire
Plant annuals and perennials. Be careful with planting in August — many plants will not prefer to set down roots and establish in the kind of heat we typically get. I never plant trees, shrubs or very large landscape plants at this time of year, but there are some annuals and perennials that you
for both container plantings as well as annual or mixed beds.
Love the color and the long blooming season for zinnias. Great container garden plant.
Zinnias are perfect for container gardens, as they bloom nonstop until frost. They are also very sun and drought tolerant. Their mounding growth habit makes them
Zinnias are perfect for container gardens, as they bloom nonstop until frost. They are also very sun and drought tolerant. Their mounding growth habit makes them a perfect filler
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
Dream Home Container Plantings - Armonk, NY
Home Container Plantings - Armonk, NY
Container plantings designed and installed by Westover Landscape Design, Inc. More at www.WestoverLd.com Photos by Rich Pomerantz
other plants include Huchera Plumb Pudding, Lobelia Monet, Johnny Jump Ups, trailing verbena, and a dwarf Hawthorn tree in the largest container. Hope this helps! More at www.WestoverLd.com Robert
Other than the petunias, what are the other plants you used?
like the plant choices for pots
Just a beautiful collection of different plants and flowers, mix and
Mixing plants in the same pot
Fall perenials to plant in November
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Plant annual flowers and ornamental plants. Spruce up your container plantings and perennial beds with some bright-colored annuals. Good cold-tolerant choices include ornamental cabbages and kale, pansies, violas, alyssums, snapdragons, cyclamens and stocks.
Secret Gardens of Sydney
does this plant enjoy? What about watering??
What kind of plant is it?
gorgeous plant like full sun and moderate watering.
stoneware container raised high above a patio is planted with lovely bougainvillea. Its almost psychedelic color exemplifies perfectly how the simplest of container plantings can be the most effective, no matter the garden style.
Hawaiian plants make nice container plants for summer patios. Bougainvillea grows quickly in a container and can be moved indoors or into shelter for the winter. Plant it in a pot in spring and you can have a showy display by midsummer. It's best to choose one of the compact varieties, such as 'Singapore
winter. Plant it in a pot in spring and you can have a showy display by midsummer. It's best to choose one of the compact varieties, such as 'Singapore Pink', 'Temple Fire' or 'Purple Queen'.
Suzman Design Associates
Sea Cliff Moroccan
Love the feel of this space.....plants galore, both planted and potted, wide masonry benches, natural colour of walls and floors, vines on stucco, etc, etc. Add a couple of kittens and a few candles, and
beds, container planting, tree in raised bed.
Backyard really love the plants and green feeling with the tile and steps and walls
grouping of potted plants-very nice feeling
8. Container plants. Plants in decorative ceramic or terracotta pots are often found grouped together. Vary the heights and when in doubt, go with an odd number of pots. A built-in Moorish style bench and low planter provide additional seating in this lush feeling garden patio.
Shown here is 'Nagami' kumquat, with glossy thumb-size fruits. The bushy, shiny-leafed plant is small enough to live in a container for several years. Move your container plant into a protected spot (or indoors) if winter nights
container plants 8ft tall when in the ground
in a container in hottest climates Mature size: 8 feet tall, 6 feet wide (when grown in the ground) Growing tips: Good soil mix is a must. Keep foliage shiny green with citrus food; yellow leaves usually indicate lack of iron.
Nagami' Kumquat Plants with thumb-size fruits like glossy gems start to show color in fall and peak in spring. The bushy, shiny-leafed plants are small enough
Kumquat Plants with thumb-size fruits like glossy gems start to show color in fall and peak in spring. The bushy, shiny-leafed plants are small enough to live in containers for several years. Move your container plant into a protected spot (or indoors) if winter nights get too chilly. USDA zones: 9-10
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