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Flowers are beautiful, foliage is alluring, but there's something special about a garden filled with birds and butterflies.

By planting wisteria in a contained planter, you can grow and train these beautiful flowering vines without making a permanent mark in the ground. Best known as plant covers to offer shade and visual interest around arbors or pergolas, potted wisteria is great for small spaces, rentals, urban spaces or general decorative appeal. http://www.ehow.com/how_8091558_grow-wisteria-pot.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage

By planting wisteria in a contained planter, you can grow and train these beautiful flowering vines without making a permanent mark in the ground. Best known as plant covers to offer shade and visual interest around arbors or pergolas, potted wisteria is great for small spaces, rentals, urban spaces or general decorative appeal. http://www.ehow.com/how_8091558_grow-wisteria-pot.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage

Gather multiple potted plants to create the splendor of an in-ground border in a spot where gardening is otherwise impossible. Using containers, you can fill a space with beautiful color and texture that rivals earthbound planting beds.

How to Group Container Gardens Together

Gather multiple potted plants to create the splendor of an in-ground border in a spot where gardening is otherwise impossible. Using containers, you can fill a space with beautiful color and texture that rivals earthbound planting beds.

Container Garden: Don't forget to include EDIBLE flowers! (pin links to pdf list of edible flowers via Arizona Cooperative Extension) "In most cases the petals are eaten. Stems, pistils, and stamens (the male and female parts in the center of the blossom) should be removed for best flavor." Please visit my Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/jolly.ollie.77

Container Garden: Don't forget to include EDIBLE flowers! (pin links to pdf list of edible flowers via Arizona Cooperative Extension) "In most cases the petals are eaten. Stems, pistils, and stamens (the male and female parts in the center of the blossom) should be removed for best flavor." Please visit my Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/jolly.ollie.77

Lily of the Valley in a container.  This looks good and prevents its spreading, too.

Lily of the Valley in a container. This looks good and prevents its spreading, too.

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