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Red-Leaf Hibiscus

Red-Leaf Hibiscus (Hibiscus acetosella)

Amazing color on a grand scale! Fabulous deeply cut, crimson red foliage takes center stage wherever it’s planted. Produces large, tropical-looking red blooms throughout the season. Plant near lots of green or gold foliage plants to create a stunning color contrast.

Regal Geranium, Martha Washington Geranium

Regal Geranium, Martha Washington Geranium (Pelargonium x domesticum)

Regal geraniums have the colorful bloom clusters characteristic of other Pelargonium species, but their foliage has a grape-leaf shape. Evergreen where hardy, they can be grown as houseplants through the winter where not hardy.

Rex Begonia

Rex Begonia (Begonia rex)

Rex Begonias have very dainty blooms and are really grown for their bold, uniquely shaped, richly textured and patterned leaves. Brighter light will bring out any red tones in the foliage while lower light causes the silver sheen to take center stage.

Rhizomatous Begonia

Rhizomatous Begonia (Begonia x hybrida)

Rhizomatous Begonias are grown for their fantastic array of colorful foliage. They are available in a wide range of sizes, leaf forms and textures and bloom well under optimum conditions. Plants spread by thick horizontal roots called “rhizomes”.

Rieger Begonia, Elatior Begonia

Rieger Begonia, Elatior Begonia (Begonia x hiemalis)

Attractive foliage and plentiful blooms make Rieger Begonias an excellent mixer for annual plantings. Be sure to bring a few indoors to bright, filtered light to enjoy a second burst of blooms in the winter.

Salpiglossis, Painted Tongue

Salpiglossis, Painted Tongue (Salpiglossis hybrid)

The five petaled blooms of Salpiglossis often have dark or contrasting stripes "painted" on each petal, earning it one of its common names of Painted Tongue. Named varieties offer a choice of beautiful bloom colors and overall plant size.


Salvia 'Black and Blue' (Salvia guaranitica)

Butterflies and hummingbirds flock to the intensely blue flowers of this Salvia. Plant has a bushy habit so give it some space in the garden. Prune freely to maintain size and encourage fresh blooming.

Salvia, Tropical Sage

Salvia, Tropical Sage (Salvia splendens)

A perennial in its native Brazil, the splendens species of Salvia is used as an easy care annual elsewhere. An abundance of small blooms cluster along upright stems for maximum color and texture. Varieties with blooms from bright red to pastel shades are available, with the lighter…


Sanchezia 'Ellen' (Sanchezia parvibracteata)

The colorful foliage of Sanchezia creates brings an instant and effortless tropical feel to the landscape. The large yellow and green leaves add a burst of color perfect for garden beds or large containers on the patio. Can be grown indoors in a sunny location. Excellent background…

Sanvitalia, Creeping Zinnia

Sanvitalia, Creeping Zinnia (Sanvitalia procumbens)

A fun trailing plant with lush foliage and blooms resembling miniature sunflowers. Native to the Southwest U.S. and Mexico, Sanvitalia make a wonderful groundcover or hanging basket selection for hot, sunny garden spots.