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Fuschia Flower

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BEGONIA EMEIENSIS

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~``Trailing fuchsia 'New Millenium’

Trailing fuchsia 'New Millenium’

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You can't beat this fast-growing plant for bold summer color. It produces bronze, purple, or chartreuse foliage depending on the variety and grows quickly once temperatures heat up. Use it in containers or as a dramatic groundcover./

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A coleus look-alike, perilla also features fabulous foliage, though in a more limited range of colors. Varieties such as 'Magilla' (shown here) offer variegated leaves. Older selections have pure purple foliage, tend to self-seed freely in the garden, and are sometimes used in Asian cooking./

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Grow coleus for its fantastic foliage -- there are hundreds of varieties, and they feature leaves splashed, spotted, streaked, and otherwise colored with shades of chartreuse, purple, pink, red, black, and green. Make eye-catching combinations by growing a few varieties of coleus together -- or complement your favorite flowers with coleuses that have similar leaf colors./

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Add lobelias to bring rich, true blues in the garden. These trailing plants flower prolifically in spring and fall, almost covering themselves in flowers. Annual lobelia is a cool-season plant that does best in shade in the South, though it loves partial shade in the North./

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Bring elegance to your garden with fuchsias. These graceful plants bear gorgeous pendulous flowers, making them ideal for hanging baskets. The petal-filled blooms appear in a number of shades of red, pink, and purple, and some selections offer variegated foliage. So enjoy these beautiful flowers -- and the hummingbirds they invariably attract./

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I want this!!!! Lantana

Wings of Beauty.... Butterflies - denise designed

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A wonderful, heat- and drought-tolerant plant with indigo-blue flowers, 'Black and Blue' salvia also attracts lots of birds and butterflies. Name: Salvia guaranitica 'Black and Blue' Size: To 3 feet or more Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil/

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Pentas produces clusters of beautiful starry red, white, or pink flowers. No matter how hot it gets, the flowers keep on coming all summer long. (And so do the butterflies that love them!) Name: Pentas lanceolata Size: To 2 feet or more Growing Conditions: Full sun and moist, but well-drained soil/

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Loved by butterflies, lantana produces multicolored flowers in festive shades of red, orange, yellow, pink, and white. Some varieties, such as 'Samantha', shown here, have attractively variegated foliage to boot. Name: Lantana varieties Size: To 2 feet or more Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil/

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This adaptable flower is sometimes called summer snapdragon. Its spikes of purple, white, or pink flowers appear all summer long, no matter how high the mercury rises. Name: Angelonia varieties Size: To 2 feet tall or more Growing Conditions: Full sun and moist, but well-drained soil/

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In full bloom, a good-size angel's trumpet is absolutely arresting. The hanging flowers are indeed trumpet-shape and can reach more than 1 foot long, depending on variety. Name: Brugmansia varieties Size: To 6 feet or more Growing Conditions: Full sun and moist, but well-drained soil/

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Fuschia Flower

Fuschia Flower by David Campione

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Sweeten up your summer with the brilliant blooms of Supertunia Daybreak Charm. This plant bears loads of watermelon pink flowers with a sunshine center. Imagine this in your hanging baskets this season!

Supertunia® Daybreak Charm - Petunia hybrid

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Bring elegance to your garden with fuchsias. These graceful plants bear gorgeous pendulous flowers, making them ideal for hanging baskets. The petal-filled blooms appear in a number of shades of red, pink, and purple, and some selections offer variegated foliage. So enjoy these beautiful flowers -- and the hummingbirds they invariably attract./

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Gather some friends around heliotrope in bloom and ask what it smells like. Some say cherry pie, others say vanilla, and yet others say grapes. No matter what you think it smells like, you're sure to love the sweet, rich fragrance that emanates from the lovely clusters of purple, blue, or white flowers. Name: Heliotropium arborescens selections/

The Best Fragrant Flowers for Your Garden

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Look for old-fashioned varieties of nicotiana to fill your garden with a strong, sweet fragrance. Plant it near your patio or bedroom window as the scent is most pronounced at night. Name: Nicotiana selections/

The Best Fragrant Flowers for Your Garden

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Perfect for hanging baskets or window boxes, Superbells 'Frostfire' calibrachoa is smothered in white flowers with scarlet-and-yellow throats all summer long. The new introduction was bred to be heat-tolerant so it will keep on flowering even when the temperatures soar. Plus, plants are self cleaning, so there's no need to remove the faded flowers to keep plants looking tidy. Name: Calibrachoa Superbells 'Frostfire' Growing Conditions: full sun Size: 6-10 inches tall, 12-24 inches wide Plant...

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Superbells Calibrachoa Blackberry Punch

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If David Copperfield had ever decided to go into plant breeding, he probably would have come up with 'Dash Magician' dianthus. The delightfully fragrant ball-like flowers of this compact plant change color as they mature, starting out bright pink, then turn rose, and finally become white. Each flower head can be three colors at once! Use this dianthus to add a magical touch to borders and containers. Name: Dianthus 'Dash Magician' Growing Conditions: full sun Size: 15-20 inches tall, 12-14 i...

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Impatiens are one of the most popular plants for shade -- and it's easy to see why. They bloom constantly from spring to fall, offer flowers in just about every color, and couldn't be easier to grow. Look for New Guinea impatiens, which bear larger blossoms and stockier stems; double impatiens, which feature petal-filled, roselike flowers; or mini impatiens, which cover themselves in small blooms./

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You can't beat this fast-growing plant for bold summer color. It produces bronze, purple, or chartreuse foliage depending on the variety and grows quickly once temperatures heat up. Use it in containers or as a dramatic groundcover./

Top Shade-Loving Annuals

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You can't beat this fast-growing plant for bold summer color. It produces bronze, purple, or chartreuse foliage depending on the variety and grows quickly once temperatures heat up. Use it in containers or as a dramatic groundcover./

Top Shade-Loving Annuals

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