Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Spruce up your Entryway

I have a 'go-to' for my front porch geraniums and ivy with a few impatients thrown in. The beauty of geraniums is that they can go full sun or shade. The pop of red never disappoints or disappears and they don't need a ton of water...which can be a pain with planters because they dry out so quickly. Don't forget to work with the scale of your home. For example, if you have a super tall front door or porch ceiling, don't place a stubby short planter out there. Most importantly, do what makes you smile and happy every time you come home! Here are a few inspirations for what may work for your planters.

blue flower container gardening front porch entrance plants
Ferns, hydrangeas and sweet potato vine.

Evergreens and Annuals container gardening entrance home
Evergreen, pansies and ivy. Super simple and low maintenance.

entrance container gardening front porch
Great shade loving combo.

great flower planter front porch entrance
This Cast Iron Plant LOVES the shade. Very elegant look for your entry

front porch planter purple flowers
Beautiful mix

large planters black door elephant ears container gardening
Located in a tropical location? Want something simple? I love this dramatic impact with elephant ears.

southern front porch planters
A unique and colorful combination.

front entrance container gardening
Gotta love a turquoise door and the pops of yellow.
Plants in blue pots front porch blue painted floor
Love how the blue pots match the floor and the use of one flowering plant.

flower planter garden
A pretty little mix.

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