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By bivbiv
Purslane, a joy to behold every morning as new blooms appear daily all summer long.


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By fmlyof5
My friend Vicky's back door arrangement cheerfully greets their guests.


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By morganc
Yellow Daisy after rain


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By Hellann
Rough and tumble tomatoes in a container... they didn't want to be contained. =)


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By pirl
Fourth of July window box.


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By pirl
Hanging baskets of red zonal geraniums at a house in Provincetown, MA.


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By Haworthia405
Old fountain converted (holes drilled for drainage) into a cascading container garden.


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By wind
Sicilian Garden Planter at Fabrizia's Anna Tasca Lanza Cooking School


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By ducbucln
A new way to recycle old farm water tubs.


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By shirleyt
My deck for the summer of 2012


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By haighr
Survivor's Grow - Get your pink on! - I made several of these planters and plant markers to give to our local BCA chapter. Columbine, thrift and other pink pretties.


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By haighr
Pots and TeePees - My tables of pots.


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By purushottam
A very lovable flower for lord Ganesha.


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By purushottam
color of lord Ganeha


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By o_lucky_1
Foam Flower with hostas


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By o_lucky_1
Coreopsis and Brunnera


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By Jeepers08
Geraniums


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By Jeepers08
Petunia's


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By morganc
We filled this with Black Elephant Ears, Sweet Potato plants, both black and green, Coleus, and Grasses.....and called it Black Gold.


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By leemiller38
My container collection


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By leemiller38


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By Donna_Ann
This is my little cement dish garden.


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By Donna_Ann
These Solena Begonias never stopped blooming and were absolutely carefree.


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By vossner


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By sunkissed
Fall color containers.


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By Plants4myPots
The planter is called "The Gregorian Column". I built it using parts made using the potter's wheel, an extruder, and a press mold made from my original sculpture of my boyfriend Greg. The image itself is called "Thinkin' With My (Buddha) Belly". Higher quality image available on request.


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By orchid923
Pudica,Sweet Potato Vine, Milkweed, Blue Daze, Cordelyne and Pentas


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By orchid923
Black Pearl, Crown of Thorns, Blue Daze, Cordelyne, Pudica, Sweet Potato Vine, Asclepias, Pentas and White Plumbago


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By orchid40


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By orchid40
Zygocactus, a welcome Winter flower


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By jmorth
Chrysanthemums


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By perkoschilefarm
Some of the Capsicum varieties I had growing in 2007 in all available pots.


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By Patsan
This grows in a pot around my doorway


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By rockgardenplants
This is Iberis saximontana growing quite vigorously in a fish box container. This container is made of high density polystyrene and when prepared properly will last for more than 5 years, which, is the oldest fish box container that I have.


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By prunifolia
Dressing up the grounds with hanging basket.


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By prunifolia
Gardening time in Indiana has finally arrived. Dressing up the English concrete trough for the summer.


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By lakesidewb
Beautiful in a container... until someone stole it


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By MessyMarvin
This is lantana growing in one of the hypertufa planters I like to make. I try to "dress up" each container with something such as this snail.


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By MessyMarvin
These are mums growing in a container I made from hypertufa. It is one of my favorite containers.


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By jmorth
Gloriosas/Sweet Potato Vine


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By thelovelyplants
My rooftop succulent garden containing Agaves and Haworthias


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By thelovelyplants
Agave victoria reginae variegata


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By cabelcat
suitcase re-purposed as a container, Parc de Wesserling, France


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By poppy_girl
welcome blooms


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By adinamiti
Rainlily.


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By adinamiti
Impatiens.


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By flfwrs
Potted garden


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By flfwrs
Chenile in fleur de lis pot


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By JulieQ
Flowers in a Minnesota yard, old wagon.


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By Italianstyle
Hibiscus 3d


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By candlestick
Japanese maples and companion plants like hostas and japanese grasses grow quite well in large containers in almost every planting zone so long as you provide winter protection.


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By candlestick
A large pot of New Guinea impatiens are happy to sit above a variety of beautiful hostas.


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By Elijablue


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By luvsgrtdanes


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By luvsgrtdanes


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By DaylilySLP
Local Greenhouse.


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By DaylilySLP
Local Greenhouse. A 'tree' made of Begonias!


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By devilsminion
my modest little tropical container garden


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By Mitzot
Intercropping ornamentals and vegetables


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By devilsminion
tropical container garden


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By ExplorinLauren
Fairy's Garden


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By ExplorinLauren
Tiny Forest


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By DoGooder
Rudbeckia hirta and Thuja


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By DoGooder
Aloe, Begonia, and Rabbit


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By mcash70
Large planter filled with dracaena, petunias, snapdragons, nemesia,lobelia and alyssum.


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By mcash70
Planter filled with pansies and lobelia.


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By ChicagoKristy
Pretty Petunias and Pansies!


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By LadyAshleyR
In planter:
'Laguna Heavenly Lilac' Lobelia
'Superbells Yellow Chiffon' Million Bells
'Patriot Salmon' Geranium
'Angelface White' Summer Snapdragon


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By LadyAshleyR
In planter:
'Superbells Scarlet' Million Bells
'Superbells Coralberry Punch' Million Bells
'Diamond Frost' Euphorbia


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By sunkissed
The succulent container garden


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By lakesidewb


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By picabo


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By picabo


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By GratefulGardenGirl
Summer Container with Dahlia


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By salpiglover
container cluster with Petunia integrifolia; Helichrysum and colesu


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By salpiglover


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By htop
A lovely assortment of colors, textures and sizes ...


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By Audrey
pinks and purples


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By GardenGuyKin
Beautiful plantings at this sidewalk cafe in Tallinn, Estonia


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By rockgardenplants
This is a lovely species of candytuft called Iberis spruneri. It is native to the Boncuk Mountains of Turkey. It loves sharp drainage and a lot of sun. It rewards you for several weeks in springtime with these beautiful white-lavender flowers.

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