Container Garden Pictures: A, H = Geraniums, B = Philodendron, C = Sweet Pea, D, G = Lobelia, E = Begonia, F = English Ivy
by Ashley Cotter-Cairns
(Container Gardening For You)
Pictures of flowers: A, H = Geraniums, B = Philodendron, C = Sweet Pea, D, G = Lobelia, E = Begonia, F = English Ivy
Container Garden Pictures: A, H = Geraniums, B = Philodendron, C = Sweet Pea, D, G = Lobelia, E = Begonia, F =
Image used under a creative commons licence with the kind permission of dms246 and Flickr
Geraniums are easy to grow and come in a variety of
Some vine and have single flowers while others have flower heads that rise above deep green foliage.
Both are used here.
The Philodendron is an easy-to grow vine that for container
gardens that see only partial sunlight.
Their green or variegated leaves are toxic to children and pets.
Peas are beloved perennials with dainty
pink, white and purple flowers. Their vining tendencies make them a great filler for containers.
Lobelia comes in white, yellow, purple and pink. The
dainty flowers and fern-like foliage last the entire season and are a favorite of gardeners everywhere.
Begonias have vibrant colored blooms and interesting
foliage. This double-flowered variety self-cleans and blooms until frost. You can propagate new plants from stem
Ivy will add an interesting element to
your container garden with its heart-shaped leaves and trailing vines.
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