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Eye-Catching Purple Pot | This mix of coleus, wire vine, euphorbia, lysimachia, and petunias creates a striking deep purple-and-chartreuse color palette. | SouthernLiving.com

Fall Containers Anyone Can Recreate

Eye-Catching Purple Pot - Fall Container Gardening Ideas - Southern Living -This mix of coleus, wire vine, euphorbia, lysimachia, and petunias creates a striking deep purple-and-chartreuse color palette.

How to Grow Clematis in Containers (says no metal containers...I didn't know that!)

How to Grow Clematis in Containers

Can you tell that this clematis variety has flowers that change color after they are on the plant awhile? Clematis has tons of varieties in various colors and is a great climbing vine, but you need to know how to grow it.

Pitch-Apple | Treasure Coast Natives

Posts about Pitch-Apple written by George Rogers

Ipomoea pes-caprae or Railroad vine is a very fast growing native. Great when used to cover large areas you do not wish to mow. Typically found in coastal areas as it tolerates extreme drought, poor soils, salt and wind.

Ipomoea pes-caprae or Railroad vine is a very fast growing native. Great when used to cover large areas you do not wish to mow. Typically found in coastal areas as it tolerates extreme drought, poor soils, salt and wind.

Tiarella ‘Crow’s Feather’,  heuchera “Purple Petticoat” and a variegated hosta. by lu2513

I like the purple plant in the back and the front. Shade garden plants (Perennials) - Tiarella 'Crow's Feather, a Heuchera 'Purple Petticoat and a variegated Hosta

overflowing green window box

Flower box idea: pale yellow petunias, dwarf sweet potato vine, cream alyssum "citron" and creeping jenny

palmera chamaedorea seifrizii

Bamboo Palm Additional Common Names: Miniature Fish Tail Dwarf Palm, Parlor Palm, Good Luck Palm Scientific Name: Chamaedorea elegans Family: Palmae Toxicity: Non-Toxic to Dogs, Non-Toxic to Cats

Ferns are Great in Hanging Baskets - Choose a Boston fern for shady spots, a Kimberly Fern for sun. Keep soil moist not wet. Mist in late afternoon so the sun doesnt burn their leaves. If they begin to yellow, help them get their green back by watering with a mixture of 2 tablespoons of Epsom Salt to one gallon of water (tepid-warm). Use this water mixture every other week.

Keep the fern in the same pots they come in, every other day submerge them in a 5 gallon bucket filled with cup of epson salts & 3 gallons of regular water until the soil stops bubbling, then hang up to drip dry. ferns will be dark green, glossy, and

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