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Persian Shield

Persian Shield 300x200 Persian ShieldLatin Name: Strobilanthes dyerianus

Description: Persian shield is a large, evergreen perennial known for its vibrant foliage. The irridescent purple leaves shimmer with a hint of silver. Each leaf can reach 4 to 7 inches long and 3 inches wide. And as if the color wasn’t enough, the leaves also feature bold green stripes along the veins.

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Geraniums – Red, White and Pink

Geraniums Geraniums   Red, White and Pink
Latin Name: Pelargonium

Description:Geraniums have been a gardener’s favorite for well over a century. The old-fashioned standard for beds, borders, and containers, geranium is still one of the most popular plants today. Traditional bedding types love hot weather and hold up well to dry conditions; many offer colorful foliage. Regal, also called Martha Washington, geraniums are more delicate-looking and do better in the cool conditions of spring and fall.

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Elephant Ear ‘Diamond Head’

Colocasia e Diamond Head Fo Elephant Ear Diamond HeadLatin Name: Colocasia e.

Description: Diamond Head’ combines the foliage color of ‘Black Magic’ with a glossy leaf surface, usually seen only in Alocasias.

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Canna ‘Red Futurity’

Canna Red Futurity Canna Red FuturityDescription: A mainstay in the popular Futurity line, this red canna is a perfect size for places where you want the presence of a bold plant but don’t have the space for a towering variety. The vivid blooms are showcased against the deep bronze foliage for a look that hold its own in the busiest landscaping. Thrives with very little care.

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Golden Calla Lilly

Calla Zantedeschia assorted Golden Calla LillyLatin Name: Calla zantedeschia

Description: Among the calla lilies, all native to South Africa, the most important is the common florist’s calla (Zantedeschia aethiopica), a stout herb with a fragrant white spathe and arrow-shaped leaves that spring from a thick rootstock. It is a popular indoor plant grown commercially for cut flowers. The golden, or yellow, calla lily

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Delight Caladium ‘White’

Caladium White Delight Foot Delight Caladium WhiteDescription: White Delight PAF is a beautiful lance-leaved (strap) variety that can stand full sun. It makes an excellent 4-10 inch pot with or without de-eying. White Delight is similar in size and habit to White Wing or Jackie Suthers, however it is faster than White Wing and it is whiter than either White Wing or Jackie Suthers. White Delight is also very sun tolerant and therefore is very useful in the landscape

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Strap Leafed Caladium

Caladium Candyland Footprin Strap Leafed CaladiumDescription: Green and white leaves sprinkled with crushed peppermint candy make a wonderful addition to a deck or summer garden.

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Giant Elephant Ear, Giant Taro

Alocasia Macrorrhiza Giant Elephant Ear, Giant TaroLatin Name: Alocasia macrorrhiza

Description: Alocasia macrorrhiza is also known as giant elephant ear or giant taro. This tropical perennial is native to Asia. In its native area, it can be up to 15 ft (4.5 m) tall. Its leaves are huge, and its flowers (pale-green spathes) are about 8 in (20 cm) long. This plant is often named giant taro, as it is closely related to the taro, Calocasia esculenta. However, this name is also used for Calocasia gigantea, which is very similar in aspect and dimensions to Alocasia macrorrhiza.

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New Guinea Impatiens

new guinea impatiens New Guinea ImpatiensLatin Name: Impatiens hawkeri

Description: New Guinea impatiens is a species of the vast genus impatiens, which flower in all colors (except true blue and yellow). The New Guinea impatiens was discovered on a plant hunting expedition to Southeast Asia. The growing habits of impatiens make them ideal low-maintenance plants. Many impatiens varieties were originally stowaways on trading ships from Africa and naturalized in Central and South America.

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Red Salvia

Red Vinca Cora1 Red SalviaLatin Name: Salvia

Description: Salvia is the largest genus of plants in the mint family, Lamiaceae, with approximately 900 species of shrubs, herbaceous perennials, and annuals.[2] It is one of several genera commonly referred to as sage. When used without modifiers, sage generally refers to Salvia officinalis (“common sage”); however, it is used with modifiers to refer to any member of the genus. The ornamental species are commonly referred to by their scientific name Salvia.

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Portulaca

Portulaca PortulacaDescription: Portulaca is the type genus of the purslane family Portulacaceae, comprising about 40-100 species found in the tropics and warm temperate regions. It is also sometimes known as Rose Moss or more commonly Moss Roses.

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Petunia ‘Lavender’

Lavender Petunia Petunia LavenderLatin Name: Petunia

Description: Petunia is a trumpet shaped, widely-cultivated genus of flowering plants of South American origin, closely related with tobacco, cape gooseberries, tomatoes, deadly nightshades, potatoes and chili peppers; in the family Solanaceae. The popular flower derived its name from French, which took the word petun ‘tobacco’ from a Tupi-Guarani language. Most of the varieties seen in gardens are hybrids (Petunia x hybrida)

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Petunia ‘Velvet’

Velvet Petunia Petunia VelvetLatin Name: Petunia

Description: Petunia is a trumpet shaped, widely-cultivated genus of flowering plants of South American origin, closely related with tobacco, cape gooseberries, tomatoes, deadly nightshades, potatoes and chili peppers; in the family Solanaceae. The popular flower derived its name from French, which took the word petun ‘tobacco’ from a Tupi-Guarani language. Most of the varieties seen in gardens are hybrids (Petunia x hybrida)

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Petunia ‘Violet’

Violet Petunia Petunia VioletLatin Name: Petunia

Description: Petunia is a trumpet shaped, widely-cultivated genus of flowering plants of South American origin, closely related with tobacco, cape gooseberries, tomatoes, deadly nightshades, potatoes and chili peppers; in the family Solanaceae. The popular flower derived its name from French, which took the word petun ‘tobacco’ from a Tupi-Guarani language. Most of the varieties seen in gardens are hybrids (Petunia x hybrida)

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Petunia ‘Purple’

Purple Petunia Petunia PurpleLatin Name: Petunia

Description: Petunia is a trumpet shaped, widely-cultivated genus of flowering plants of South American origin, closely related with tobacco, cape gooseberries, tomatoes, deadly nightshades, potatoes and chili peppers; in the family Solanaceae. The popular flower derived its name from French, which took the word petun ‘tobacco’ from a Tupi-Guarani language. Most of the varieties seen in gardens are hybrids (Petunia x hybrida)

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Petunia ‘Mixed’

Mixed Petunia Petunia MixedLatin Name: Petunia

Description: Petunia is a trumpet shaped, widely-cultivated genus of flowering plants of South American origin, closely related with tobacco, cape gooseberries, tomatoes, deadly nightshades, potatoes and chili peppers; in the family Solanaceae. The popular flower derived its name from French, which took the word petun ‘tobacco’ from a Tupi-Guarani language. Most of the varieties seen in gardens are hybrids (Petunia x hybrida)

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Petunia ‘Pink’

Pink Petunia Petunia PinkLatin Name: Petunia

Description: Petunia is a trumpet shaped, widely-cultivated genus of flowering plants of South American origin, closely related with tobacco, cape gooseberries, tomatoes, deadly nightshades, potatoes and chili peppers; in the family Solanaceae. The popular flower derived its name from French, which took the word petun ‘tobacco’ from a Tupi-Guarani language. Most of the varieties seen in gardens are hybrids (Petunia x hybrida)

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Petunia ‘Red’

Red Petunia Petunia RedLatin Name: Petunia

Description: Petunia is a trumpet shaped, widely-cultivated genus of flowering plants of South American origin, closely related with tobacco, cape gooseberries, tomatoes, deadly nightshades, potatoes and chili peppers; in the family Solanaceae. The popular flower derived its name from French, which took the word petun ‘tobacco’ from a Tupi-Guarani language. Most of the varieties seen in gardens are hybrids (Petunia x hybrida)

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Petunia ‘White’

White Petunia Petunia WhiteLatin Name: Petunia

Description: Petunia is a trumpet shaped, widely-cultivated genus of flowering plants of South American origin, closely related with tobacco, cape gooseberries, tomatoes, deadly nightshades, potatoes and chili peppers; in the family Solanaceae. The popular flower derived its name from French, which took the word petun ‘tobacco’ from a Tupi-Guarani language. Most of the varieties seen in gardens are hybrids (Petunia x hybrida)

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Purple Nicotiana

Purple Nicotiana Purple NicotianaLatin Name: Nicotiana

Description: Nicotiana tabacum, or cultivated tobacco, is a perennial herbaceous plant. It is found only in cultivation, where it is the most commonly grown of all plants in the Nicotiana genus, and its leaves are commercially grown in many countries to be processed into tobacco. It grows to heights between 1 to 2 metres. Research is ongoing into its ancestry among wild Nicotiana species, but it is believed to be a hybrid of Nicotiana sylvestris, Nicotiana tomentosiformis, and possibly Nicotiana otophora.