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Purple Heart, Purple Queen, Wandering Jew

Purple Heart, Purple Queen, Wandering Jew (Setcreasea purpurea)

A real jewel of a plant, the intense purple foliage adds striking color and contrast to the landscape. An excellent groundcover in frost-free climates. Spreading habit is great for cascading over pots, walls, or hanging baskets and the rich color is ideal for mixed plantings in large…

Purple Heart, Wandering Jew, Purple Queen

Purple Heart, Wandering Jew, Purple Queen (Setcreasea pallida)

A real jewel of a plant, the intense purple foliage adds striking color and contrast to the landscape. An excellent groundcover in frost-free climates. Spreading habit is great for cascading over pots, walls, or hanging baskets and the rich color is ideal for mixed plantings in large…

Purple Heart Wandering Jew

Purple Heart Wandering Jew (Tradescantia pallida)

A real jewel of a plant, the intense purple foliage adds striking color and contrast to the landscape. An excellent groundcover in frost-free climates. Spreading habit is great for cascading over pots, walls, or hanging baskets and the rich color is ideal for mixed plantings in large…

Purple Waffle Plant

Purple Waffle Plant (Hemigraphis exotica)

Rich purple foliage with a “waffled” leaf texture is a fun, colorful contrast to green foliage plants and summer flowers. The low spreading habit is ideal for placing in the foreground of garden beds or edging walks or patios. Produces tiny white flowers through the season.…

Purple Wandering Jew, Wandering Jew, Inch Plant

Purple Wandering Jew, Wandering Jew, Inch Plant (Zebrina pendula)

Trailing, creeping, sprawling…. The Wandering Jew is one of the most adaptable ornamental plants available to gardeners! Distinguished, colorful foliage resembling rich, jewel tones with striking, iridescent stripes, adds contrast and color to mixed containers, hanging baskets or…

Ranunculus, Persian Buttercup

Ranunculus, Persian Buttercup (Ranunculus asiaticus)

Large, simple blooms float above finely cut foliage, in well-balanced contrast, from late spring to summer. Where grown as a perennial, the asiaticus species needs a dry, dormant period after flowering ceases.

Red Blood Leaf

Red Blood Leaf (Iresine lindenii)

A great way to add dense areas of intense color to the garden. Blood Leaf’s rich red foliage is a great contrast among green-leafed plants and provides carefree color for mixed container plantings. Pinching plants back will keep them looking full and lush.

Red Flame Ivy

Red Flame Ivy (Hemigraphis alternata)

A colorful choice for a groundcover or edging. The rich blend of purple and green foliage has a slight metallic sheen that compliments other silvery-foliaged plants and pastel flower shades. Plant near green or gold foliage plants for an intense color contrast. Can be grown as a…

Red Fountain Grass

Red Fountain Grass 'Rubrum' (Pennisetum setaceum)

Gracefully arching red foliage is a source of all-season color and soft texture in the landscape. The dark red flower heads make interesting additions to cut flower arrangements and can be dried for use in crafts. A fast grower in just about any situation with well-drained soil.

Red Hot Cat’s Tail, Chenille Plant

Red Hot Cat’s Tail, Chenille Plant (Acalypha hispida)

Unmatched for adding elegance to the garden. Graceful clusters of vibrant pink, cat-tail-like flowers drape the plant like decorative tassels. Under ideal conditions flowers can grow up to 18” long. A fast grower that quickly makes a grand statement in the landscape.