Colorful, lush foliage brightens up summer borders, containers and hanging baskets outdoors or indoors. Leaves are multi-colored with green, yellow, burgundy and purple. Great in heat and humidity.
Beautiful coppery red leaves make a great background for light colored annuals or a striking accent as a container plant. Excellent when planted in masses and tolerates heat and humidity.
Outstanding annual with stunning display of semi-double, daisy-like blooms through summer and fall. Excellent cut flowers. Thrives in full sun and heat. Tolerant of some drought and poor soils.
Tuberous perennials with brightly colored star-shaped blossoms appearing above attractive leaves. Excellent houseplant. Can be grown outside in containers or shady beds. Cool season, cover when temperatures in 20’s.
Summer annual or a perennial in mild winter areas. Threadlike leaves form a backdrop for small, daisy-like yellow flowers that blooms all summer and into fall. Nice in masses or for pockets of color. Easy care.
Dense clusters of multi-colored flowers on sturdy stems above flat, light to dark green foliage. An old-fashioned favorite in beds and borders, great choice for mass plantings. Attracts butterflies. Blooms winter, spring and fall. Sporadic in heat of summer.
Sword-like leaves radiate from an upright stem. Upright to spreading clump of foliage. No blooms. Colorful plant for foliage contrast and is a great addition to container plantings.
Rounded, compact foliage plant with velvety, silver-white leaves. Good contrast in mixed borders and containers. Excellent for nearly year-round effect. Especially nice with pansies and snapdragons.
Vigorous, heat-loving plant with deeply cut, dark green foliage with silvery reverse. Beautiful daisy-like blooms in late spring to summer, open during the day and close at night. Excellent bedding color or low border plants.
One of the most popular garden plants. Leaves are rounded with a hairy surface and variations in coloring. Summer blooming flowers in a wide range of bright colors. Excellent container plant. Annual in most areas, perennial in mild climates. Blooms heaviest in spring and fall.