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Tropical Croton Petra with sedum 'Angelina' and Phormium 'Pink Flamingo' -the Spirea Goldmound behind them works too...

Tropical Croton Petra with sedum 'Angelina' and Phormium 'Pink Flamingo' -the Spirea Goldmound behind them works too.

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contained exuberance (the spike is the phormium called ‘Flamingo,’ growing with Sedum nussbaumeranum, Senecio ‘Kilimanjaro’ and Kalanchoe pumila ‘Dwarf Blue’)

Burro's Tail (Sedum morganianum). Leaves drop off easily so you can pot them to start new plants. Prefers bright light.

Houseplants You Can't Kill

Burro's Tail~ Distinctive burro's tail (Sedum morganianum) bears succulent gray-green leaves that overlap on trailing stems to create a taillike effect. The leaves easily drop off; you can pot them to start new plants.

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flores del sol: autumn flower planting choices white kale, small yellow mums, orange and yellow preserved leaves, ornamental grass and peppers.

Pic: Container with banana plant and Persian shield. From the garden pot recipe…

I think this would look great on my balcony where I hope to recreate the seating area this year. such a pretty purple plant!

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Gardening Autumn - www. - With the arrival of rains and falling temperatures autumn is a perfect opportunity to make new plantations

DIY Colorful Shade Container Garden.....

8 Stunning Container Gardening Ideas

Cordyline 1 – 6 inch New Guinea Impatiens 1 – 6 inch Caladium 1 – 4 inch coleus 2 – 4 inch Variegated Vinca vine 2 – 4 inch Wishbone flower 1 – 32 inch wide container

Container Gardening | IMG 1851 768x1024 Partial Shade Container Garden; Indoor Tropicals and ...

Foliage and Texture ~ Partial Shade container garden w/ indoor tropicals and exterior annuals

Easy Summer Container Garden Flowers Ideas (11)

50+ Easy Summer Container Garden Flowers Ideas

King Tut in low modern planter bowls around pool with with flowers and greenery underneath

Plants if you often forget to water: Hardy houseplants like ZZ (Zamioculcas zamiifolia, the tallest plant in our photo) tolerate neglect. Even with low light and infrequent watering, expect it to grow 3 feet tall and showcase glossy green leaves. More picks: dracaena and cast-iron plant.

5 Hard-to-Kill Indoor Plants

Pick the Right Indoor Plant If every plant that enters your home seems doomed, try these low-fuss options. We chose tough species for 5 common situations. Agave, Begonias, etc.

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