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Calling all porches! This shade-loving mix is just for you!  Ingredients: White Queen Caladiums, Whopper Begonia, Variegated Creeping Fig  by Carmen Johnston Gardens

Calling all porches! This shade-loving mix is just for you! Ingredients: White Queen Caladiums, Whopper Begonia, Variegated Creeping Fig by Carmen Johnston Gardens

Roses, particularly shrub and landscape varieties, blend well with annuals or perennials from spring to fall. In this garden, a bright pink shrub rose is a good partner to iris.

Look here for ideas and inspiring galleries of combined flower and plant varieties. Create a colorful flower garden full of roses, lilies, daffodils, perennials and annuals by using our helpful guidelines for pairing plants. - Home And Garden

Sometimes simple, straightforward combinations give the biggest impact. Here blue and red offer a stunning presentation. A. Geranium (Pelargonium 'Red Elite') -- 1 B. Evolvulus 'Blue Daze' --  5

This perfect little combination is ideal for gracing the deck or patio for an Independence Day celebration. Geranium (Pelargonium 'Red Elite') -- 1 B. Evolvulus glomeratus 'Blue Daze' -- 5 Check out our new container gardening class

The big, rounded heads of geranium flowers are ideal for contrasting spiky plants, such as celosia, and are accented beautifully by fine-texture foliage, such as asparagus fern.  A: Geranium (Pelargonium 'Pinto Pink') -- 1 B: Pentas 'Graffiti Pink' -- 1 C: Celosia 'Smart Look Red' -- 1 D: Asparagus fern (Asparagus densiflorus 'Sprengeri') -- 1 E: Ivy (Hedera colchica) -- 1 F: Verbena 'Lanai Royal Purple with Eye' – 1

The big, rounded heads of geranium flowers are ideal for contrasting spiky plants, such as celosia, and are accented beautifully by fine-texture foliage, such as asparagus fern.