"This is a simple yet dramatic pairing for a shady spot- with just two plants (each with two leaf colors). Caladium 'Gingerland': B. Coleus (Solenostemon 'Inky Fingers')" Note: coleus is too wussy to survive winter outside.
This bright and fresh combo exudes charm. Echeveria 'Perle Von Nurnberg' pops in its surrounding of the lime-green Plectranthus 'Limelight'. And purple petunias and pink blossoms crown the arrangement with a touch of sweetness Beautiful Container Gardens
Coralbells This front-of-the-bed favorite offers a multitude of charms. The tiny flowers, borne on stalks above the leaves, appear in late spring. Coralbells like sun or partial shade. Plant with hosta?
I love this mix of orange canna, coleus, and purple sweet potato vine. Wish I knew what the lovely orange flowers are.but I can imagine this planting with nasturtiums or french marigold (especially in the bug deterence border)