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Dream House Update: How to Plant a Front Porch Container

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We had quite the warm, sunny March here in Oregon! We don’t usually see much sunshine this early in the year, but last month had weeks and weeks of beautiful, balmy weather and blue skies. Thanks to the fabulous weather, I’ve been itching to replant the big urns flanking my front door, and finally had time to tackle them over Spring Break. Using a tried-and-true method for planting knock-out containers, I got my urns looking amazing and totally Spring-appropriate in no time. Wanna know the secret? You can find the fool-proof recipe for beautiful front porch planters on my latest post for BHG Style Spotters. And if you need a little front porch inspiration, check out my round-up of a dozen gorgeous container gardens.

3 thoughts on “Dream House Update: How to Plant a Front Porch Container

  1. My partner and I stumbled over here from a different web address and
    thought I may as well check thinngs out. I like what I see so i am just following you.

    Look forward to looking over your web page repeatedly.

    1. Hi Jill! If you click on the link to the Better Homes & Gardens post, there are some pictures that show more of the pot. And I’ll have to post some updated photos later this year as they grow and fill in!

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