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    'Dragons Blood' Sedum

    Oxalis palmifrons

    Wonderful blue color succulent

    Hardy Geranium "Hardy Blues"

    Primula (Primrose) Belarina 'Cobalt Blue' has highly fragrant double blooms in late winter and early spring.

    Blue Elf Aloe, stressed. These are one of the greatest succulents for container gardens. Practically impossible to kill (I've never seen one this stressed). Put some in a pot alone with room for more and watch them have massive amounts of baby plants for you. Will take full sun or afternoon sun, but prefers morning sun. When healthy, they're a gorgeous greenish-blue color and they have lovely orange flower spikes, too.

    Blue and Green Plumerias - love this color combination


    Sedum multiceps

    'Propellers' polyanthus / via Mary Faith's Flickr stream

    Sedum mandala.

    Blue Puya (Puya berteroniana): WOW! Type of plant: Perennials, Tropicals and Tender Perennials, Cactus and Succulents Bloom color: Green, Blue-Violet Bloom time of year: Late Spring/Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer/Early Fall Sun requirements: Full Sun Cold hardiness: Zone 9a to Zone 11 Height: 10-12 ft. (3-3.6 m), 12-15 ft. (3.6-4.7 m) Spacing: 4-6 ft. (1.2-1.8 m)

    African daisies (Ostospernum). Daisies have always been my favorite, but these take it to a whole new level! Omg!

    Today's flower of the day is Bumble Bee Primrose. The name is so appropriate for this adorable black and yellow primrose! This perennial blooms in mid-to late spring in a full to part shade location for lucky zones 3-8. Happy gardening! lavendergardencot...

    Creeping Blue Sedum

    I grow this and it is hardy and forgiving! Drought tolerant, poor soil, winter hardy. Perennial Sedum ‘Purple Emperor’ | Annie's Annuals

    Pink Cascade Weeping Peach Tree. full sun - partial shade. zone 5-9. height 12-15 feet.

    Bicolor Red Hens & Chicks Fascinating plants with small rosettes that continually multiply until you have an area in your landscape or container spilling over with color and texture. The parent rosettes are the "hens" and the smaller rosettes that spring up from them are the "chicks." Easy to grow, even in poor soil, space 12" apart. Product Information: Light: Full sun Height: 2-5" Deer Resistant Bloom Time: Midsummer Size: Potted Zones: 3 to 8