Oxalis Versicolor (Candy Cane Sorrel) is a unique bulb with really spectacular flowers! Very beautiful in full bloom, they are even more stunning when they have not quite opened up completely and display a striking red and white striped pattern. They can be planted in the garden or in a planter on the patio or window-box. Store your oxalis frost free over the winter.
Oxalis versicolor | Bulbi da fiore | Bakker
Euphorbia Yokoi's White (nicknamed Flameleaf) from my garden Image39b by sylharden, via Flickr
Viola ‘Etain’ ~Reliably perennial, it blooms year around in coastal California. Enchanting primrose yellow petals beautifully edged in lavender are 1” to 1.5” across, scented & perfect for posies with a dense neat foliage clump. Cut back to 3” tall once in awhile to rejuvenate & top-dress with compost. To 10” tall.
Silver bells™ Chocolate Vine Bears Sweet-Flavored Fruit and Smells Like Chocolate! This 15- to 20-ft. vine smells like dessert, & produces loads of lovely lilac-purple flowers from May through June. It bears unique, leathery leaves that grow in attractive clusters and are evergreen in milder climates. Can be used as a climber on arbors, trellises & fences or as a lush ground cover. Large, edible seedpods ripen in early autumn & taste like tapioca pudding! Plant two varieties for pollination.
Silver bells Chocolate Vine