I am in love with the color contrasts of the green velvet boxwood paired with the red potato vine and coleus!! Wow!! Google Image Result for http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-EHNSbQ7LTws/TuSn39-dpCI/AAAAAAAANng/C_u8k3S14I8/s1600/Card%2BColeus%2Braised%2Bbed.jpg
The integrated breakfast nook offers impressive views of the gardens. It features antique chairs from the couple’s former abode and a new table from Holland & Company. Breakfast room views consist of immaculate gardens, including these ‘Nikko Blue’ hydrangeas with a Korean boxwood hedge.
White Wax Begonias Wax begonias are tender perennials in Zones 8-11 but I grow them as a flower suitable for edging beds in light shade. It has waxy leaves and produces clusters of single or double white flowers. Wax begonias bloom non-stop throughout the entire season until first frost. It looks great with another annual, Purple Angelonia, as I planted here.