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Annual Combination ‘Blended Family’

Enjoy a trio of color with our three in one plant combination! Enjoy the beautiful colors of CAMPFIRE® Flame, LEMON CORAL®, and COLORBLAZE® WICKED WITCH™ planted in your landscape or in your container gardens. The combination Blended Family has a mounding/trailing habit mixed with oranges, bright greens, and a deep red coleus acting as a

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Annual Combo East Coast Swing

Annual Combination ‘East Coast Swing’

Enjoy the beautiful colors ofRockapulco® Coral Reef, Lemon Coral® Sedum, and Colorblaze® Chocolate Drop Coleus planted in your landscape, hanging baskets or in your container gardens. ‘East Coast Swing’ grows best in part sun locations. We recommend fertilizing your combination at least every other week with a water-soluble fertilizer. Our expert recipes take the guesswork

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Landscape Plantings

How to Create Color and Textural Contrast in the Landscape

Ever wonder how professional garden designers put together color combinations and create perfect textural contrast in the landscape? By following a few basic principles, you can do it yourself! Here’s a quick visual study of how it’s done. The Color Wheel Artists, interior decorators and garden designers alike all use the same color wheel when

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Caring for Your Annuals

CARING FOR YOUR ANNUAL PLANTS There’s nothing quite like annual plants to provide all-season color in your containers and landscape. We are proud to offer the full line of Proven Winners annuals, along with a few additional popular varieties, which have been trialed and selected for their excellent garden performance.    Choosing the Best Types

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Five Ways to Use Supertunia Vista® Petunias in Your Landscape

Supertunia VistaLooking to add a vibrant splash of color to your landscape in a flash? You can’t go wrong with Supertunia Vista petunias. There’s a reason we use them in our own gardens every year and they are always top sellers: they create awesome impact with little effort. Let’s look at five ways you can use them in your own landscape this season.

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