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Thursday, May 6, 2010

2010 Containers Part 1

Here's what I planted in the containers in the front yard:

2 impatiens


1 wave petunia each


1 sweet potato vine (purple with maple leaves)
and
1 sweet potato vine (purple with heart leaves)
 

1 petunia and 1 calibrachoa each
I'm planning to also plant some purple hyacith bean seeds in the flower tower and let them whimsically twine around everything.


To be continued...

7 comments:

  1. No chance of sweet potatoes outside for a while for us, lucky you!

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  2. ~The Cottage Garden Farmer
    Thanks for visiting Garden on Sherlock Street. There are more containers coming. I hope you'll check back to see what else I've got growing.
    ~GonSS

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  3. We've had some really hot days here this week. My poor little plants look all droopy by the end of the day, only to perk up after a drink and a cool evening. I'll be glad when they root in a little better so they have some reserve!! Can't wait to see the pots in a month or two!

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  4. ~princessdiva
    The wind has kinda roughed a few of them up since I planted them. Hope your little plants hang on too.
    ~GonSS

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  5. I've given up doing pots/containers. Don't know why I'm not successful...well, yes I do.

    Anyway, I took the "tour" of your garden. Well done! I look forward to watching its development throughout spring and summer.

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  6. ~Rebecca
    Thanks for visiting my garden. I'm glad you enjoyed the tour.
    ~GonSS

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