Melissa G
Melissa G
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  • Atlanta, GA

My first success with flowers in a planter!


Red snapdragons, lavender petunias, Dusty Miller, and pink calibrachoa
A view from the top, to show all the flowers
The petunias with the snapdragons in back
A close-up of the snapdragon flowers (these are my favorites)
The calibrachoa, which are a wonderful "spiller"

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  • Your containers are lovely Melissa. Keep those petunias pinched back as the flowers fade and they will stay nice and bushy all season.

  • Tonya
    on Mar 18, 2015

    Isn't it just Something about live flowers that makes your life a little happier, especially when you are the one who participate in the beauty in the plant's life. What a wonderful world :)

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