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Not sure what to put in your garden containers now that the weather has cooled? We've got the answer
Grape Punch and Miss Lilac mixed with Sweet Caroline Raven
Q: What can I use in my fall containers?
Calibrachoa cultivars have been a huge hit with gardeners since they appeared on the gardening scene about a decade or so ago, for they thrive in blazing hot sun and keep blooming right up until the frost. Naturally, they make a great contribution to autumn containers.
Here, two cultivars in the Superbells series – Grape Punch and Miss Lilac – dance around the dark foliage of Sweet Caroline Raven sweet potato vine (Ipomoea batatas). The sweet potato vine makes a dahlia-like tuber that can be overwintered in the same manner as a dahlia and brought back into growth next spring.