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Taro, Elephant Ear

Taro, Elephant Ear (Colocasia esculenta)

Huge, tropical leaves make Colocasia a classic choice for bringing a jungle-like feel to gardens and containers. Varieties are available with leaves in various shades from bright green to chocolate brown.

Tasmanian Tree Fern, Man Fern

Tasmanian Tree Fern, Man Fern (Dicksonia antarctica)

Ferns lend a peaceful feeling to any setting. Grown for its attractive foliage. A real standout in heavily shaded locations! Adds a touch of class to any garden planting.

Thunbergia, Black-Eyed Susan Vine

Thunbergia, Black-Eyed Susan Vine (Thunbergia alata)

A fun, twining vine with dark-eyed blooms on most varieties. An evergreen perennial in its native habitat of tropical Africa, it makes a wonderfully heat tolerant annual elsewhere. Works well as a trailing or climbing selection.

Torelus®

Torelus® (Torenia x Mimulus hybrid)

This hybrid cross combines all of the great features of the Torenia (Wishbone Flower) and Mimulus (Monkey Flower) into one outstanding plant! Enjoy big blooms in an array of colors. The sturdy plants hold up to rough weather and bloom reliably all summer long.

Trailing Angelonia

Trailing Angelonia (Angelonia angustifolia)

Showy, colorful blooms on a trailing plant cheer up any garden setting. This robust plant withstands heat and rain.

Trailing Ice Plant

Trailing Ice Plant (Lampranthus spectabilis)

Lampranthus are native to South Africa and thrive in sunny, dry locations. The vibrant, daisy-like flowers open with the sun and close every evening. Scientific theories suggest that this is a way for the plant to conserve energy while its primary pollinators are dormant at night.…

Trailing Jade

Trailing Jade (Senecio jacobsenii)

An excellent selection for hot, dry locations. Creates a dense mass of large succulent foliage that is perfect for a seasonal groundcover or trailing from a patio planter. The leaf edges develop a purple cast as they mature. Move potted plants to a sunny location indoors to enjoy as…

Trailing Lobelia

Trailing Lobelia (Lobelia erinus)

Although the flowers and foliage are dainty and delicate in appearance, this is a robust plant that brings a bold splash of color to the garden. The trailing habit is especially well suited to hanging baskets where it forms a rounded mass of color. The blue shades are a unique color…

Trailing Pansy

Trailing Pansy (Viola x wittrockiana)

A trailing version of the ever-popular pansy. The plant has a spreading habit in the garden making it a terrific seasonal groundcover for a small space. The charming, flat-faced flowers create a cascade of color spilling over the edge of a pot or draping down the wall of large…

Trailing Snapdragon

Trailing Snapdragon (Antirrhinum majus nanum pendula)

Trailing Snapdragons are perfect for hanging baskets and containers. The lush, trailing habit provides the beauty of traditional garden varieties in a form that can be enjoyed on porches, decks and balconies. A perfect size for groundcover or edging the garden bed. Snapdragons prefer…