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5 Tips for Gorgeous Window Boxes - The Lilypad Cottage

5 Tips for Gorgeous Window Boxes - The Lilypad Cottage

Nantucket window box filled with sweet potato vine, scaevola, orange trailing petunias and bacopa against gray shingle siding.

Nantucket window box filled with sweet potato vine, scaevola, orange trailing petunias and bacopa against gray shingle siding.

The Gilded Bloom: Summer Container Gardening

The Gilded Bloom: Summer Container Gardening

Cottage Garden Ideas from Pinterest, DagmarBleasdale.com

Cottage Garden Ideas from Pinterest, DagmarBleasdale.com

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Take advantage of seasonal sales at your local nursery, and stock up on popular plants. Keep them in their nursery pots, and display them in galvanized buckets on the porch until you are ready to plant them in your garden. Recreate this look with gerbera daisies, salvias, shasta daisies, daylilies, and sweet potato vines.  Similar galvanized pots here.

Take advantage of seasonal sales at your local nursery, and stock up on popular plants. Keep them in their nursery pots, and display them in galvanized buckets on the porch until you are ready to plant them in your garden. Recreate this look with gerbera daisies, salvias, shasta daisies, daylilies, and sweet potato vines. Similar galvanized pots here.

Cactus store in Echo Park, LA. Wow! #teamhazyonthego #cactusmania

Cactus store in Echo Park, LA. Wow! #teamhazyonthego #cactusmania

Window box

Window box

Muddy Boots Garden Design - Container Gardening - Casual Summer Floral

Muddy Boots Garden Design - Container Gardening - Casual Summer Floral

How to Group Container Gardens Together Camouflage container elevators by placing shorter pots full of rounded mound-shape plants such as Lantana, Pentas, Melampodium, Profusion zinnia, or geranium in front of the elevators. To screen taller plant lifts, position misty-shape plants like Diamond Frost Euphorbia or Mexican feathergrass in front of the supporting objects.

How to Group Container Gardens Together Camouflage container elevators by placing shorter pots full of rounded mound-shape plants such as Lantana, Pentas, Melampodium, Profusion zinnia, or geranium in front of the elevators. To screen taller plant lifts, position misty-shape plants like Diamond Frost Euphorbia or Mexican feathergrass in front of the supporting objects.