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Pick and choose container flowers album pictures to brighten greeting cards, letterhead and more. Enjoy large variety of container flowers picked just for you.
All photos are downloadable. And each is a generous 500 x 375 pixels. This size photo sells for as much as $5.00 each on stock photography sites.
This size image is also excellent for using on your own personal web site. Some people like to decorate their childrens rooms.
Others have used these images to create beautiful greeting cards. Let your imagination go wild and please let me know how you used these images by leaving a comment, photo or story below.
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The blooms in container flowers album come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Many people prefer growing their flowers in containers because of ease of care. I've even seen times when people will put containers in the ground just to decorate their garden.
How about you? Do you have a favorite container flower arrangement. Summer time brings out many. Hanging flowers decorate nearly every porch in the neighborhood.
Downtown Naperville in Illinois always had a container or two of flowers to decorate their small town.
This autumn arrangement first in the row even includes wheat grasses for a nice touch.
I was especially impress with the year of giant hibiscus flowers. They were scattered all along the river walk. And each container garden they occupied they loomed above the other flowers.
It is not easy, for me anyway, to grow flowers indoors. I'm not sure what the red flowers are called in this last row. But I know they were classed as indoor flowers.
The marigold in the middle was my first attempt at having a patio garden. When you live in a condo or apartment type living you don't have a lot of space. Often container flowers like those in this album are the only way you can have a garden.
And finally in this set of album flowers is a bonsai Rose of Sharon flower. The tree this plant came from grows over 9 feet tall in my mom's back yard. I love her imagination.
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