No patio is complete without a container full of gorgeous flowers! Combine hot-colored annuals such as this would look so pretty on the back porch! cannas, Japanese forestgrass and creeping Jenny for a tropical-like focal point.
I love this mix of orange canna, coleus, and purple sweet potato vine. Wish I knew what the lovely orange flowers are.but I can imagine this planting with nasturtiums or french marigold (especially in the bug deterence border)
Get creative with "Pot-Scaping" ingredient planter - purple fountain grass, bacopa, and geraniums. Other beautiful pairings of flowers for making some beautiful containers for bold bright colors in your yard / garden.
These porch-step containers begin with bright pink and yellow zinnias. Cooler “filler” flowers, such as purple verbenas and blue calibrachoas are added to create contrast with texture and color. Opt for inexpensive plastic planters that are weatherproof a
Containers for poolside. Plants for Containers in the Sun. My favorite perennial for pots in the sun — sedums of all types. I also love grasses with trailing plants, the photo right being a stunning example of combination.
tropical canna ringed with fuchsia, coleus, and lantana. Bring in pots of annuals for bursts of color, or mix your annuals and perennials together like this smaller container of begonias paired with trailing creeping Jenny