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Show #22/4009. Architectural Accents Add Real Interest

Tropicals Make A Container Look Great

Pamela Crawford is on the set of GardenSMART TV.
If you want a fast idea about how to make a container look good, try tropical plants for your centerpiece. She shows us a beautiful elephant ear, Colocasia Illustris, it's black and it's dramatic. Because we have a great looking pot, all we had to do was add some petunias along the edge.

Pamela Crawford
Pamela Crawford | landscape designer & author


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