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Brachycome, Swan River Daisy

Brachycome, Swan River Daisy (Brachyscome)

Often called Swan River Daisy, Brachyscome offers up dainty daisies atop lush mounds of foliage. Originally native to the climates of Australia and New Zeeland, they bring a light, cheery touch to any combination.

Brazilian Candles

Brazilian Candles (Pavonia multiflora)

A very exotic-looking plant from the tropics of Brazil. Broad, glossy-green foliage is beautiful on its own but you can also count on an abundance of flowers through the growing season. Bright pink bracts surround the purple flowers resulting in a vibrant color combination. Makes a…

Brazilian Fireworks

Brazilian Fireworks (Porphyrocoma pohliana)

One of the best plants around for adding color and interest to shaded areas. The plant exudes a tropical vibe with its purple-pink spikes of tubular flower clusters. In addition to the floral display, the leaves also stand out because of their attractive silver veins. The plant's…

Brazilian Petunia

Brazilian Petunia (Ruellia elegans)

A must-have for anyone interested in enticing hummingbirds to the garden. The red tubular flowers are produced all summer long and are a magnet for birds and butterflies. The deeply textured foliage adds interest to borders or container plantings. This is a rugged little plant that…

Browallia, Bush Violet

Browallia, Bush Violet (Browallia speciosa)

A bushy perennial from tropical South America, Browalia speciosa is most commonly grown as an annual, but also makes a lovely houseplant. Named varieties have lush, but compact growth and an abundance of blooms. Depending on variety, the flowers may be white, violet or sky blue.…


Caladium (Caladium bicolor)

Large, heart-shaped leaves in a variety of colors. Great accent plant that adds a tropical feel to any setting. This low-maintenance selection requires little attention.

Calceolaria, Pouch Flower, Slipper Flower

Calceolaria, Pouch Flower, Slipper Flower (Calceolaria Hybrid)

The bright, puffed up blooms of Hybrid Calceolarias bring a burst of color and unexpectedness to summer plantings. Choosing a site out of hot, afternoon sun will ensure the most productive flowering. Does well indoors when placed in medium light.

Calendula, English Marigold, Pot Marigold

Calendula, English Marigold, Pot Marigold (Calendula officinalis)

Masses of sunny blooms well into autumn make Calendula an excellent backup for your garden favorites with shorter bloom times. Calendula often self-seeds, providing you with bonus plants that are easily enjoyed, or easily removed for sharing.


Calibrachoa Cabaret® (Calibrachoa Hybrid)

Announcing… a star performer! The Cabaret® Series of Calibrachoa delights gardeners with a non-stop show of color all season long. The tiny, funnel shaped, petunia like flowers cover an abundance of mounding to semi-trailing stems. The brightly colored blooms are useful as fillers…


Calibrachoa (Calibrachoa Hybrid)

Blooms resembling miniature petunias cover an abundance of trailing stems in a lush and colorful display. A tender perennial most commonly grown as an annual. Easy care and heat tolerant. Many botanical authorities consider Calibrachoa to belong to the genus petunia.