Rose Mallow Seeds - Mixed Colors Lavatera trimestris. Resembles hibiscus but smaller and easier to grow. Sun/part shade, annual, 24-48 in. Too tall for hanging planter, maybe large container. Makes a good informal hedge fence.
http://www.plantsrescue.com/abutilon-hybridum/Flowers may be red, yellow, pink, orange or peach
Antirrhinum majus 'Double Azalea Apricot' (Snapdragon) - Height 3', flowers summer until frost, full sun or part sun/shade, pinch tips to encourage more flowering stems, deadhead. Aphids, spider mites and caterpillers may be troublesome.
Photo of Flowering Maple 'Super Red' (Abutilon x hybridum)
Abutilon hybridum - Flowering Maple, Albution, Chinese Lantern, Chinese Bell FlowerFlowers may be red, yellow, pink, orange or peach
Phormium hybrids 'Sundowner' - Boething Treeland Farms
HOLLYHOCKS - 1) Full sun to partial shade. 2) Rich, well drained soil. 3) Biennial, but establish a stand of hollyhocks & they'll reseed each year. 4) Water from below. 5) Height - around 8 ft. 6) Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds
Cherry's in the Garden and More: Raindrops, Sunshine, Raindrops
Elaeocarpus angustifolius - Fairy Petticoats and Shiva's tears -- Rare tropical plant.
Buttonbush - 28 06 2011, "I photographed this Buttonbush cluster (Cephalanthus occidentalis), also known as Button willow and Honey balls, this morning at Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens in Washington, D.C. A native wetland tree, it can grow 10-15 feet tall and spread 15-30 feet. The mid-summer blooms are rich in nectar that attracts butterflies and other insects."
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Abutilon 'Ines' - small to medium shrub, about 1.5m high and wide. Flowers are a lovely combo of soft yellowish-cream petals, backed by dusky, brick-red calyces, and are seen throughout summer.
Hydrangea paniculata 'Vanille Fraise' cultivar created by Jean Renault in 2002.
Pyrus 'Silver Frost'
False Cypress 'Gold dwarf'
Pink Chiffon Rose of Sharon
This Canadian Hemlock thrives in the shade! More conifer ideas: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/trees-shrubs-vines/trees/the-best-conifers-for-your-yard/?socsrc=bhgpin090713canadianhemlock=17