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Once again, my hope is that you'll dig deep into your Gardening Soul , and breathe life into an empty pot.....A masterpiece of a Container Garden. All with the help of lots of lovely Perennials....and maybe some Annuals plants mixed in.
Keep in mind, mixing in a few Annuals into the Perennial plant garden you're creating will pro-long the color.
Annuals tend to bloom longer. So if you don't mind sneaking a few into your "Perennial Garden", I would go for it.
Good Luck in using the Plant Care Guides to create something unique and Yours!!
Photo by Linda N./Flickr
Plants can grow up to 12 inches in height
Full Shade Only
Blooms Once in Late Spring
Photo by ptc24/Flickr
Plant grows 12-18 inches in height
Prefers mostly Shade
Blooms Mid-Winter to Early Spring
Use your imagination, and be creative even if you don't think you have a creative bone in your body. When you bring the plants home from the nursery or store, take your time and try to picture what the end result will be. (Here, try to utilize Container Gardening Plans).
If you're no garden designer and don't have a vision for the end result, no problem. Set the flowers (still in there pots) into the potting soil in what ever way you see fit. Now, rearrange them a little. Then rearrange them yet a little more. Keep this up until you see a good container gardening combination of height and color. Remember there is know wrong, just your way....the right way.
Plant grows up to 3ft
Does well in Full Sun but Does Best with some Light Shade
Blooms in Summer
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Plant grows 10-12 inches in height
Loves Light Shade
Blooms in Spring
Photo by Ingorrr/Flickr
Plant grows to 6-8 inches in height
Needs All Day Sun
Blooms in Summer sometimes into Fall
The Foliage is Beautiful
Need more choices for Perennial Container Gardening? Find more in this Flower Guide by clicking below.