What's your favorite plant combination? Calling all plant lovers! Anyone interested in joining my garden party?

I really love grouping plants for stunning color and pretty combinations. Please come on over and link up! http://www.thebungalowblog.com/2012/05/garden-party2-solomons-seal-and-sweet-woodruff.html Every week I feature different plants. This week it's Solomon's Seal and Sweet Woodruff. Do you have a favorite plant combo? What are some of your favorite plants?
q what s your favorite plant combination calling all plant lovers anyone interested, gardening
q what s your favorite plant combination calling all plant lovers anyone interested, gardening, Purple Palace coral Bells with chartreuse hosta
Purple Palace coral Bells with chartreuse hosta
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  • Abc Abc on May 08, 2012
    Not sure what the flowers are here, but it certainly looks cool.

  • Miriam Illions Miriam Illions on May 08, 2012
    I JUST took these photos in NYC this morning. Here's my contribution to the party. A rooftop garden!

  • Sandy B Sandy B on May 08, 2012
    View of part of our garden in the back...."Bomar Littlebottom" our garden gnome watches over the oriental lilies.

  • Rose H Rose H on May 08, 2012
    Monarch Wayside Station in my OWN front yard....

  • Sandra T Sandra T on May 08, 2012
    My yard makes the biggest show in springtime. This combination is one of my favorites. Phlox, Daffodil and Forsythia

  • Kathy C Kathy C on May 08, 2012
    I just like them all... :P

  • Colleen C Colleen C on May 08, 2012
    White lily and russian sage.

  • Debra D Debra D on May 08, 2012
    http://www.thebungalowblog.com/2012/05/garden-party2-solomons-seal-and-sweet-woodruff.html Thanks for these great combos! Would you please come on over and link up? :)

  • Miriam Illions Miriam Illions on May 08, 2012
    Debra, I did! My first link party, so excited lol.

  • Nancy Rhodes C Nancy Rhodes C on May 08, 2012
    Me too Debra. This site along with our Botanical Gardens should help me in needed areas.

  • Victorious H Victorious H on May 08, 2012
    Love succulents and cactus!

  • Linda R Linda R on May 08, 2012
    I love my lupines & poppies together. Thanks for sharing your favs

  • LeeAnn M LeeAnn M on May 08, 2012
    This is my front flower garden. Don't have a favorite combination, but love different textures, colors, and heights. I change it up every year!

  • Sherrie S Sherrie S on May 09, 2012
    I love the look, too. The pink pump is also special.

  • Nancy Rhodes C Nancy Rhodes C on May 10, 2012

  • Nancy Rhodes C Nancy Rhodes C on May 10, 2012
    I want you to see my Philadelphus. Underneath I had lilies which I just dug out. There is a faucet on the long brick wall and some blue Hydrangeas and an Elephant Ear. The little fence is just a privacy measure. I just planted two hot pink Rhododendrons next to purple Irises. Shade mornings and blazing hot in afternoon in this area. Thinking about installing a shower here. Not sure about the Rhododendrons. Help!

  • Nancy Rhodes C Nancy Rhodes C on May 10, 2012
    The Cannas or whatever were too much upkeep and just looked like a dead corner in winter. That is why I want to go with shrubs. Also have have a low bench of large stacked rock for the shower to go behind. The Philadelphus is glorious about 10 ft tall.

  • Nancy S Nancy S on Jun 11, 2012
    I like Dusty Miller and Red Salvia together. It looks very good together. I like the Red Salvia. There is other colors of the Salvia but I like the older Red together.. Hope somone likes this..

  • Nancy Rhodes C Nancy Rhodes C on Jun 12, 2012
    My nursery suggested a Hydrangea bush that grows smaller white clusters. I have finished and will try to post a pic now.

  • Nancy Rhodes C Nancy Rhodes C on Jun 12, 2012
    I wonder if my white stuff is Dusty Miller? I can put in some Salvia in front of whatever I have that is white or dusty but do not want to overcrowd.

  • Dorothy Dorothy on Jun 29, 2014
    Dark purple, reddish autumn tone, chartreuse coleus along with a rex begonia (the one with whirligig looking leaves is awesome) and creeping jenny in a large pot on the porch.

  • Suzette Trimmer Suzette Trimmer on Oct 05, 2014
    Awesome group topic. Thank you for gathering all of us plant enthusiasts who range from container gardening to creating magnificent landscape gardens. I love mixing and matching the oddest most unexpected combinations that folks chase me down to ask how and what is in a certain creation. What makes for even more interesting plant combinations, is what one plants them in.This is also what I consider a critical aspect, of your asking for plant combo's, of this group merely in own Humble opinion only. Thank you I am very anxious to follow your posts.

  • Susan Susan on Jan 12, 2015
    I like to mix three colors: dark red/purple/bronze, plus chartreuse (like Dorothy, above), plus something glaucous (gray, blue-gray, green-gray, pink-gray, ANY-gray!). I pick the plants in these three color themes for the growing conditions of the planting area (sun, shade, wet, dry, container or not, etc.), and try to vary size&shape, height, leaf size/shape, etc.

  • Rosemary Hesse Rosemary Hesse on May 20, 2015
    Sorry, I don't have any pictures but I love hosta and coleus together. The hosta will come back every year put the coleus is an annual which gives you a choice each year to try something different if you like.

  • Ann Ann on Jul 13, 2015
    I love the look of Walker's low catmint underneath my roses. The catmint blooms all summer in lovely purple spires and doesn't overwhelm the rosebushes. For planters I love hosta and golden creeping jenny.

  • Juanita Triplett Juanita Triplett on Jan 04, 2016
    i would like to join.ty

  • Suzette Trimmer Suzette Trimmer on Jan 05, 2016
    I would be delighted to attend per your request Thank you for such a delightful concept! GOOD for YOU! Count me in!