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Fuchsia
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The fragrant smell and vibrant color of fuchsia is a great addition to any flower garden.  Often referred to as a shrub, fuchsia is actually a plant, and its gorgeous bloom comes in shades of pink, white, and purple. This may be the only bloom that has ever left me speechless. Amazing....

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Wandering Jew
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Wandering Jew plant­ has trailing stems and stalkless, pointed leaves. The leaves, about two inches long, are shiny, with two silver stripes on the upper su­rface and a rich purple underside. There are also variegated versions with bronze, pink, or cream stripes. Prune wandering Jew plants heavily to keep them young or start new plants from cuttings. Their stems sometimes “escape” and end up...

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Supercal
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SuperCals combine the best features of petunia and calibrachoa to make gorgeous, easy to grow plants. You’ll find the large flowers of petunias, along with a wide tolerance for soil pH that makes for easy growing. From the calibrachoa side, you’ll find vibrant or unique bloom colors and non-sticky leaves that keep plants looking clean. SuperCals stay covered in 2” blooms all season long,...

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Trailing Verbena
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Rounded clusters of purple, pink, peach, white and red heavily cover the dark green, leathery leaves characteristic of trailing verbena, creating a carpet of color. Trailing verbena is heat-tolerant and thrives in areas that receive at least eight to 10 hours of direct sunlight per day. This hardy plant has a beautiful show all season...

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Spreading Petunia
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Petunias are one of our most popular bedding flowers. They have wide trumpet shaped flowers and branching foliage. They are prolific bloomers. Most varieties will bloom throughout the summer, except in extreme heat. You can now find petunias in just about every color and with growing habits that mound in borders, overflow hanging baskets or trail down...

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Trailing Portulaca
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Portulacas are a good choice for areas with poor soils, and they can stand up to a pounding sun all day long. The different colors they come in look wonderful mixed...

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Sweet Potato Vine
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Outstanding foliage is the main reason to choose an ornamental sweet potato vine for your landscape. A close relative of morning glories and moonflowers, these vines are vigorous growers and quickly can fill any bare spaces in your garden. Sweet Potato Vine is great for window boxes, planters and ground...

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Chenille Plant
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Chenille Plants are tropicals available in hanging baskets and pots. Often called ‘cat tail’, ‘red hot’, or even ‘red hot cat tail’ these plants are usually called ‘caterpillar plants’ by...

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