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Design ideas for a traditional landscaping in Boston.

Window Boxes and ContainersTraditional Landscape, Boston

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Design ideas for a traditional landscaping in Boston. —  Houzz
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bernadette1234 wrote:May 4, 2011
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    Michelle Jacoby, Changing Spaces
    You are quite right about the selection of annuals here. Lots of potato vine, hanging geraniums, deep purple petunias.....in the fall....i continued to use the potato vine and just added mums and annual purple fountain grasses.
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    Everytings,Spacially flower boxes

Suzanne Manning wrote:Aug 23, 2016
gigic2222 wrote:Jul 16, 2013
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    Michelle Jacoby, Changing Spaces
    I have never had any problems with beetles on my plants, however, my guess is to try your local nursery...
ahennessy1 wrote:Jun 30, 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Olander Garden Design added this to Choose Complementary Colors for Dazzling Container GardensOct 5, 2015

    There’s no denying a burst of color from flowers is intoxicating. Imagine having this lovely arrangement right outside your window. The golden foliage of ‘Marguerite’ sweetpotato vine contrasts with purple petunias and geraniums. Bright yellow African daises are just beginning to pop, adding an extra jolt of color.Plant comboSweetpotato vine (Ipomoea batatas cv., zones 8b to 11)Geranium (Pelargonium sp.)Periwinkle (Vinca sp.)Lobelia (Lobelia sp.)Supertunia petunia (Petunia hybrid)Light requirement: Partial sun

    J. Peterson Garden Design added this to Texas Gardener's August Garden ChecklistJul 18, 2012

    Prune annuals and roses. Although this is not the time of year for a hard (severe) pruning, many plants enjoy a bit of a haircut during the long, hot summer. Cascading annuals such as petunias often get leggy and stop blooming, so cut them back by half to promote bushier growth and increase flower production. Roses that are known to be repeat bloomers will also appreciate a light pruning to encourage a fall bloom cycle. Remember to fertilize your roses after pruning and water in thoroughly.

    Sheila Schmitz added this to What's in Your Garden?Jun 25, 2011

    Or have you found a way to garden off the ground? Show us: Share your best garden photo here. Just click the Comments box and "Attach Images," then upload your photo and tell us about it.See articles on flowers and plants

    Becky Harris added this to Charm Up Your House With WindowboxesMay 2, 2011

    In fact, this designer included pictures of the same windowbox a with different plant palette, which completely tranformed the look of this home's facade.

    Becky Harris added this to Cottage BlissSep 3, 2010

    I love the way this designer shows off how her charming windowboxes look...

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    Kim Reiner added this to kim_rei's ideas19 hours ago

    Window box length of two east windows?

    vkyallo added this to vkyallo's ideasMay 8, 2019

    window boxes and flower containers

    Nena Walsh added this to nenawalshrn@yahoo.com's IdeasMay 7, 2019

    Love the window box and the flowers

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