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Annuals

Golden Golf Services is proud to present and recommend a variety of high quality commercial landscaping products from only the largest reputable growers in South Florida. While some customers prefer only 2 annual rotations per year, we highly recommend 3 rotations to ensure that your annual beds are always looking their best. Our expert planning with your input will ensure a beautiful landscape that lasts. See our gallery photos for annual bed ideas and annual combinations for strikingly beautiful beds.

  • Fall Annuals
    Best for September - February
  • Spring/Summer Annuals
    Best for April - August
  • Winter Annuals
    Best for December/January
These small alyssum bushes grow close to the ground and are well suited to this sidewalk planter.
Alyssum
This eureka series begonia offers 7 curling buds that are just ready to open.
Begonia Eureka Series
This closeup of 7 red blooms belongs to a big bronze begonia flowering plant.
Begonia Big Bronze
A striking landscaping choice, top hat green begonia features white blossoms with yellow centers above waxy green leaves.
Begonia Top Hat Green
This potted begonia in dragonwing pink adapts well to large containers and in-ground plantings.
Begonia Dragonwing
Closeup of five bright yellow bush daisies
Bush Daisy
These dianthus jolt offer white, soft pink and magenta blossoms with bright, fern-like leaves
Dianthus Jolt
The white leaves of this dusty miller plant are fuzzy and low to the ground.
Dusty Miller
Bright cheerful geraniums fill this planter bed with red, magenta, fuschia and soft pink blooms.
Geranium
This bright green ipomoea marguerite produces small white flowers in warm tropical climates.
Ipomoea
These delicate white and pink dwarf pentas grow in large clusters above fuzzy green leaves.
Pentas Dwarf
The bright sunlight hitting these saturated pink and purple petunias shows the delicacy of each petal.
Petunias
Closeup of a bright red salvia reddy stalk with newly opened flowers.
Salvia Reddy
These salvia Sally fun plants have beautiful saturated purple color that pops in any planter or pot.
Salvia Sally Fun
Covered with blue flowers all season, the dark green-leafed salvia mysty offers tall branching blooms.
Salvia Mysty
A planter of snapdragons shows a wide variety of fuschia, red, pink, white and yellow flower stalks.
Snapdragons
Closeup of a striking sunpatien flower with five rich orange petals.
Sunpatien
The delicate lettuce edges of the torenia make it an attractive choice for landscaping pots and decorative planters.
Torenia
The blossoms of the verbena plant grow in tight clusters from a single stem.
Verbena
Two vinca plants intertwine their fuschia and pale pink blossoms in this planter.
Vinca
The hot pink blooms of this vinca Kawaii offer amazing flower coverage, vivid eye-catching colors and deep glossy green foliage.
Vinca Kawaii
Yellow and purple violas show delicate petals with deep purple markings.
Violas
The heavenly blooms of this archangel white angelonia thrive in extreme heat, humidity and drought.
Angelonia
This eureka series begonia offers 7 curling buds that are just ready to open.
Begonia Eureka Series
This closeup of 7 red blooms belongs to a big bronze begonia flowering plant.
Begonia Big Bronze
A striking landscaping choice, top hat green begonia features white blossoms with yellow centers above waxy green leaves.
Begonia Top Hat Green
This potted begonia in dragonwing pink adapts well to large containers and in-ground plantings.
Begonia Dragonwing
This cluster of dwarf and standard cannas includes red, yellow, orange, and bi-colored blooms with dark green leaves..
Cannas/Dwarf or Standard
The popular pink gem caladium makes a striking addition to plant beds and around trees.
Caladiums
The leaves of this Alligator Alley coleus combines shades of green, red, pink and maroon for maximum impact.
Coleus
Heat-tolerant orange crossandra marmalade blooms continuously in full sun to partial shade.
Crossandra
Purple cuphea ha a soft appearance that makes for excellent ground cover beside plants with larger leaves.
Cuphea
This bright green ipomoea marguerite produces small white flowers in warm tropical climates.
Ipomoea
Bright yellow lantana blooms fill a planter with wide, textured leaves and a wealth of large flower clusters.
Lantana
These large orange Inca marigolds are an ideal plant for beds and borders.
Marigolds
This large planter bed is filled with the purple branching flowers of mona lavender.
Mona Lavender
This butterfly white pentas shows three large flower clusters above dark green foliage.
Butterfly Pentas
These delicate white and pink dwarf pentas grow in large clusters above fuzzy green leaves.
Pentas Dwarf
This tangerine purslane grows flat like a carpet with a large flower.
Purslane
These salvia Sally fun plants have beautiful saturated purple color that pops in any planter or pot.
Salvia Sally Fun
Covered with blue flowers all season, the dark green-leafed salvia mysty offers tall branching blooms.
Salvia Mysty
Two vinca plants intertwine their fuschia and pale pink blossoms in this planter.
Vinca
The hot pink blooms of this vinca Kawaii offer amazing flower coverage, vivid eye-catching colors and deep glossy green foliage.
Vinca Kawaii
A classic holiday favorite, this cluster of poinsettias offers brilliant red foliage.
Poinsettias
This cluster of multi-color kalanchoe produces upright stems and grows up to a foot tall.
Kalanchoe
A planter of snapdragons shows a wide variety of fuschia, red, pink, white and yellow flower stalks.
Snapdragons
Covered with blue flowers all season, the dark green-leafed salvia mysty offers tall branching blooms.
Salvia Mysty
The hot pink blooms of this vinca Kawaii offer amazing flower coverage, vivid eye-catching colors and deep glossy green foliage.
Vinca Kawaii

Ground Cover Selection

Our experts recommend a thoughtful approach to choosing ground cover products. Each option, whether pine straw or mulch, both have distinct advantages. Your unique project and goals will dictate that selection. We’re happy to walk you through these options. 

Pinestraw is a mulch alternative used by many commercial landscaping companies.

Pine Straw

Pinestraw is a natural mulch that breaks down over time, adding to the richness of the soil. It is acidic in nature and therefore benefits landscape plants. This mulch is a natural weed inhibitor that has an attractive rust red color. Many choose pinestraw because it causes no harm to the environment, since no trees need to be cut down or damaged for this product. Our largest concern with pinestraw products is to take precautions with flames or high-heat near where the straw is placed in landscape beds (such as around grills and outdoor fireplaces) as the straw is highly flammable. Other pine straw facts to consider when purchasing:

  • Improves soil/naturally breaks down
  • Less expensive than other mulch
  • Budget usually allows for 2 applications per year
  • 53′ semi-trailer holds 1449 bales
  • Standard bale size is 13″ x 14″ x 28″ highly compressed bale
  • Our pine straw is harvested, hand-cleaned, raked, and baled from North FL and South GA
  • It’s lightweight and does not float away

Mulch

Our mulch is one of the favorite South Florida mulches that our suppliers create with only hardwood trees. While some suppliers include pallet wood and other non-hardwood trees in their creation of mulch products, we ensure that your mulch is of the highest quality. Our largest concern with mulch is that it can wash away with heavy storms.

Comes in your choice of color:

  • Coco Brown
  • Black
  • Red
  • Gold
  • Natural Cypress
  • Playground Mulch

Budget usually allows for 1 product application per year.

Landscape Material & Products

We offer landscape plants and trees for purchase or installation in South Florida. We want your landscape beds to look their best and our quality recommendations will ensure their success. We have material available in all sizes from 1 Gallon up to 25 Gallon installed by our professional landscape crews and we also can help you with purchasing and installation of field grown material.

The popular variegated arboricola is a South Florida gardener’s dream plant.
Arboricola
Agave Americana displays its curling, jagged-toothed leaves in this planter bed
Agave Americana
Allamanda schottii bush with large yellow flowers in a large planter bed with brown mulch
Allamanda Schottii
Bougainvillea plant covered in purple flowers in the bright Southwest Florida sunlight
Bougainvillea
Double bloom bougainvillea in bright pink fills a commercial landscaping pot
Bougainvillea Double Bloom
Bright pink and coral flowering bouganvillea dwarf plant
Bougainvillea Dwarf​
A large mass of cordgrass is also known as spartina.
Cordgrass (Spartina)
Croton displays green and orange variegated leaves in this closeup
Croton
This cluster of copperleaf plants show variegated colors of red, brown and green.
Copperleaf
The leaves of this java white copperleaf show mixed shades of green and white.
Java White Copperleaf
Orange copperleaf features dramatically variegated leaves in tight clusters.
Orange Copperleaf
Red copperleaf offers red and brown variegated leaves.
Red Copperleaf
Pixellated image of bright green Fakahatchee grass next to daisies along a median.
Fakahatchee
Closeup of flowering firebush with cylindrical red buds and soft green waxy leaves
Firebush
Flowering firebush dwarf in full sunlight
Firebush Dwarf
Hardy flax lily plant outdoors in planter bed with brown mulch
Flax Lily
This flowering hibiscus in Seminole pink grows next to several other blossoms on a large bush.
Hibiscus Seminole Pink
Light pink flowering Indian hawthorn with rich dark waxy leaves
Indian Hawthorn
This ixora dwarf maui features yellow blooms.
Ixora Dwarf Maui
A large hedge of iwora nora grant features all-over red blossoms that are known to attract butterflies.
Ixora Nora Grant
Closeup image of Ixora Taiwanese red dwarf flowers, clustered together with four pointed red leaves.
Ixora Taiwanese Red Dwarf
Liriope shows variegated leaves with tall blossoming purple shoots
Liriope
Light pink flowering oleander on the vine
Oleander
The closeup of this podocarpus has long, needle-like leaves with new growth
Podocarpus
The ends of these podocarpus dwarf pringles are loaded with round berries.
Podocarpus Dwarf Pringles
Several society garlic plants cluster together with airy purple blossoms and saturated green leaves
Society Garlic

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Arboricola

Arboricola

The popular variegated arboricola is a South Florida gardener’s dream plant – a showy, versatile, easy-care shrub that thrives in sun or shade. This plant is perfect for foundation planting, accent planting in a mixed bed, or around the trunk of a tree or palm.

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Agave Americana

Agave Americana

Incredibly beautiful and majestic, the Agave Americana (Century Plant) is a very large, evergreen perennial forming handsome rosettes of thick, spiny-edged, blue-green leaves, up to 6 feet long. The older leaves often gracefully arch down, suggesting motion, which makes the garden even more intriguing. Mature plants are topped with a magnificent flower stalk that can reach up to 15 feet, and bear large greenish-yellow flowers. This desert plant makes a dramatic focal point or accent to any landscape.

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Allamanda Schottii

Allamanda Schottii

Allamanda schottii, commonly known as bush allamanda, is a shrub of genus Allamanda in the family Apocynaceae, which is native to Brazil. Reaching 4-6 feet in height, it bears large yellow flowers for much of the year. The Allamanda Schottii makes for the perfect open hedge and compliments nicely when planted along long entryways.

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Bougainvillea

Bougainvillea

Bougainvillea is a tropical vining shrub that comes in a wide array of bright and fanciful colors. The “flowers” are actually modified leaves, called bracts, that are long-lasting and bright. The colorful bracts outshine the plant’s true (but tiny) flower, much like a poinsettia. They appear periodically throughout most of the year, but are especially plentiful in the winter.

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Bougainvillea Double Bloom

Bougainvillea Double Bloom

With large puffs of brilliantly colored flowers, the Bougainvillea Double Bloom forms on the end of the vining stems. The clusters of double blooms differ from the single varieties by holding onto the plant without falling off. This gives landscapes a longer window of floral color.

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Bougainvillea Dwarf

Bougainvillea Dwarf

The dwarf bougainvillea is a hardy little shrub that can be kept trimmed to about 3 feet in height. The blossoms of are hot pink with a tinge of purple. Other bougainvillea dwarf varieties are less miniature. They are Sunvilleas with colors running from a soft salmon pink to rose, white, creamy yellow, dark pink and purple. The most common of these is ‘Pixie.’ It grows in tufts of thickly covered branches. 

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Cordgrass (Spartina)

Cordgrass (Spartina)

Cordgrass, commonly known as Spartina is a genus of plants in the grass family, frequently found in coastal salt marshes. Cordgrass forms large, often dense colonies, and grows quickly. This long-lived, warm season perennial typically grows from 2 to 7 feet tall. It is best grown in fertile, moist to wet loams in full sun to part shade.

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Croton

Croton

The croton plant, or Codiaeum variegatum, is a perennial evergreen shrub, native to India and Malaysia. The name “croton” comes from a Greek word for tick, as the croton seed resembles a tick in shape. This tropical plant has thick, leathery leaves of varying colors, shapes, and sizes. As it ages, the plant’s color may darken to nearly black.

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Copperleaf

Copperleaf

One of the prettiest South Florida shrubs is copper plant – or “copperleaf” – with its striking, brightly-colored leaves. Each leaf is different, like a miniature masterpiece of nature. Basic varieties come in several different colors – red, pink and white. Copperleaf plants like full sun to part shade – and the more sun, the brighter the leaf color.

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Java White Copperleaf

Java White Copperleaf

Java White Copper Plant has attractive white-variegated bluish-green foliage with hints of chartreuse which emerges green in spring. The serrated heart-shaped leaves are highly ornamental and remain bluish-green throughout the winter. Neither the flowers nor the fruit are ornamentally significant.

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Orange Copperleaf

Orange Copperleaf

The Orange Copperleaf is an easy-to-grow tropical shrub that features brilliantly and dramatically variegated foliage. The Orange Copperleaf makes a bold hedge, excellent addition as a shrub border, or adds delightful color to mixed borders.

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Red Copperleaf

Red Copperleaf

The Red Copperleaf features brilliantly and dramatically variegated foliage and is commonly used in landscapes. Because this tropical shrub grows well in containers or as a border, it pairs well with colorful annuals in complementary or contrasting colors. It also mixes well with other foliage plants, such as coleus.

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Fakahatchee

Fakahatchee

Full-size Fakahatchee grass (Tripsacum dactyloides) can grow 8 feet tall and wide, with wider leaf blades than the dwarf variety. This is a native grass, salt-tolerant and cold hardy. It grows into a full clump of about 3 feet in full sun to partial shade. Fakahatchee does best with regular watering and doesn’t mind occasional “wet feet.”

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Firebush

Firebush

The Firebush is a native to the southern U.S. and is a large, woody shrub. It grows quickly, shooting up several feet in its first growing season. The Firebush produces gorgeous flowers from spring all the way through the fall. These bright, coppery-red blooms also attract pollinators to the garden, including butterflies and hummingbirds.

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Firebush Dwarf

Firebush Dwarf

The Dwarf Firebush stays smaller than the regular variety, with hundreds of yellow and orange flowers. It blooms all year long and is a great nectar source for butterflies d hummingbirds. It is a hardy shrub and can be used as a colorful hedge.

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Flax Lily

Flax Lily

The Flax Lily is a clumping, strap-leafed perennial rising to 30 inches tall, with sturdy bladed foliage that fans out from a central clump. It offers star-shaped flowers with prominent golden anthers (typically blue or white, depending on the cultivar) which arrive in the spring and are followed in mid-summer by oblong rich metallic-blue berries.

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Hibiscus Seminole Pink

Hibiscus Seminole Pink

The Hibiscus is a lovely ever blooming shrub that has large, single pink flowers with a red center eye and bright yellow anthers. A staple of both tropical and temperate landscapes, the Hibiscus grows well in mixed borders, or in large containers that can be moved around landscapes. It is a heat tolerant plant and prefers neutral to acidic, well-drained soil and full sun.

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Indian Hawthorne

Indian Hawthorne

Indian Hawthorns are mostly low-growing, evergreen, flowering shrubs. With a dense mounded growth habit, they are ideal low-maintenance plants for use in small gardens and foundation plantings. Their clusters of flowers are fragrant, and offer pink or white crabapple-like flowers which open in clusters above the foliage in mid-April to May. Bluish-black berries appear in late summer and persist through the winter. The leathery, dark evergreen leaves are rounded, about 2 to 3 inches long, turning purplish in winter.

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Ixora Dwarf Maui

Ixora Dwarf Maui

The Ixora Dwarf Maui is named for its compact growth and small leaves. It grows slowly and has small, dense leaves, making it easy to maintain. Ixora’s have a long and profuse bloom period during the warm months. The Ixora Dwarf Maui is generally seen with orange-red or sunset yellow flowers.

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Ixora Nora Grant

Ixora Nora Grant

The Ixora Nora Grant is one of the most quintessential plants of Southwest Florida presenting its colorful red flowers, which bloom off and on all year long. These evergreen shrubs require minimal care and thrive in full sun or light shade, which make them suitable for many varying types of gardens. They typically can range anywhere from 3 to 5 feet tall, which make them great additions for hedges, beautiful fence borders or as anchor plants for mixed gardens.

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Ixora Taiwanese Red Dwarf

Ixora Taiwanese Red Dwarf

The dwarf red ixora is the hardier of this smallest variety and offers a dependable bloom, love the sun, and fits nicely into any size landscape. Often planted in groups or rows for maximum color, ixoras work well with informal gardens, tropical beds, or more formal and manicured landscape designs. The ixora provides a clustered bloom that attracts butterflies and comes in a variety of colors.

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Liriope

Liriope

Liriope, sometimes called Lilyturf, is among our best evergreen ground covers. It multiplies rapidly and requires very little care. It grows well throughout Southwest Florida. Liriope forms a dense evergreen groundcover with a grass-like appearance. It blooms in July to August. Although the flowers are individually small, they are very showy, since each plant has many spikes of blooms. Clusters of bluish black berry-like fruit follow the flowers.

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Oleander

Oleander

The Oleander plant is a fast-growing evergreen shrub with an upright rounded growth-habit to 4-5’ tall and wide. This long-blooming tough sun-loving dwarf variety features glossy dark-green foliage accented with a profusion of single clear pink flowers appearing mid-spring into early-fall attracting bees. It is well-suited as an accent hedge screen and looks great as a mass planting.

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Podocarpus

Podocarpus

Handsome and hardy, podocarpus is the ultimate in a low-maintenance shrub for sun or shade. The soft, fine-textured foliage is great-looking when sheared as a formal hedge or left to grow more naturally as a large accent with minimal trimming required.

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Podocarpus Dwarf Pringles

Podocarpus Dwarf Pringles

Dwarf podocarpus embodies everything we love in a small green shrub…carefree durability, rich color, and it’s happy anywhere we plant it – sun or shade. This fine-textured plant’s hardiness and slow growth habit make it one of South Florida’s best low-maintenance shrubs. You can sculpt it or let it grow into its natural mounded form with little trimming needed.

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Society Garlic

Society Garlic

Known for its strong garlic scent, the society garlic is great for a sunny, water-wise garden. This easy-to-grow plant prefers sandy soil, and performs best in terms of flowering with full sun. It can be grown in partial shade but it will not flower well. This plant thrives with regular watering during the growing season, less frequent watering when flowering, and reduced watering during the winter dormant period. Society garlic can tolerate moderate frosts and light freezes.

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Alyssum

Alyssum

The vigorous, 6-inch tall plants are compact and well branched. Perfect for pots, baskets, and borders, this is the biggest flowered tetraploid white available.

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Begonia Eureka Series

Begonia Eureka Series

The Eureka series boasts big, colorful blooms and bronze foliage. Eureka is the best field-performing, compact begonia on the market. Its very strong branching and tolerance to adverse conditions makes this the best choice for landscaping. Vigorous with a bushy habit, the bronze foliage allows a greater exposure to direct sunlight.

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Begonia Big Bronze

Begonia Big Bronze

Large 2-3” flowers are held above the leaves for maximum show and can reach a height of 20” and 15” wide. The bronze foliage adds vibrancy and contrast to the striking red or rose-colored flowers. Characterized by an upright arching habit, BIG begonias make a stately presentation in large landscape plantings.

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Begonia Top Hat Green

Begonia Top Hat Green

The Top Hat series are interspecific begonias that have excellent garden performance with lots of vigor that make it an exceptional green leaf begonia. It has the biggest bloom in its class. They have a 20% larger flower than the Big Series of begonias.

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Begonia Dragonwing

Begonia Dragonwing

The dragonwing delivers excellent garden performance across a wide range of conditions. With a unique, beautifully arching, pendulous habit, this spectacular plant adapts well to large containers and in-ground plantings. Outstanding heat tolerance provides lush, vigorous growth. Dragonwing offers a dramatically different look from standard begonias.

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Bush Daisy

Bush Daisy

The yellow bush daisy is a marvelous addition to any garden. It has a well-drained, full sun situation that provides sunny, yellow, daisy-like flower color against a mat of appealing, finely cut green foliage all season long.

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Dianthus Jolt

Dianthus Jolt

The dianthus jolt is a new interspecific that can withstand hot summer conditions with few disease issues. Large flower heads bloom over strong dark green foliage on well-branched plants.

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Dusty Miller

Dusty Miller

Finely cut, silvery white, velvety foliage on uniform plants. The striking leaves are superb for adding contrast and texture to beds and borders.

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Geranium

Geranium

Geraniums boast spectacular displays of 4 to 5” diameter flower clusters, composed of small florets arranged in a half-sphere. Geraniums benefit from full sun and moderate-to-rich, well-drained, moist soil. Geraniums are used as a colorful ground cover on slopes and lawns.

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Ipomoea

Ipomoea

Bright foliage provides a light color for this trailing vine. An excellent foliage contrast in containers, baskets, window boxes, or garden beds. Produce small white flowers in warm tropical conditions, but is mainly sold as a foliage plant for accent.

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Pentas Dwarf

Pentas Dwarf

This new dwarf series has a well-branched, compact habit and also has eliminated the cyclic blooming. These naturally well-branched pentas form mounds of flowers in the garden and blankets containers for highest consumer demand.

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Petunias

Petunias

This fast-growing spreading petunia blooms freely all season in landscapes without cutting back, and tolerates both heat and cooler conditions very well. This flower-filled plant grows a little more mounted, with a controlled spread.

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Salvia Reddy

Salvia Reddy

The reddy produces a large number of densely placed, brightly colored flowers above dark green foliage. It is day-length neutral and performs splendidly in the garden.

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Salvia Sally Fun

Salvia Sally Fun

Salvia Sally fun makes a striking expression when planted in masses in your landscape. Sally fun really is a whole new generation for salvia, with richer blooms, better branching, more compact plants, superb weather resistance, and an extra-long season of bloom.

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Salvia Mysty

Salvia Mysty

This compact salvia is about 25 to 35% less vigorous than mystic spires, making it a better variety for mixes. Covered with true blue flowers all season, the dark green-leafed plants are naturally more compact, well-branched, and very free-flowering.

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Snapdragons

Snapdragons

Snapdragons are compact plants that are topped by closely spaced, full-flower spikes for high-impact color shows with superb garden performance. This flower is great for attracting butterflies.

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Sunpatien

Sunpatien

Sunpatiens are a revolutionary new hybrid that thrive in sun and can take the heat. Sunpatiens are strong weather-tolerant plants that hold up well to wind and rain while thicker petals and foliage are less prone to disease.

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Torenia

Torenia

Gardeners value the torenia for its superior performance in extreme heat and humidity, exotic appearance in small garden settings, mixed combos, and color bowls that are also suited to indoor containers. This flower is a great shade performer.

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Verbena

Verbena

Verbenas are long-blooming annual or perennial flowers that possess the virtues of heat tolerance and an extremely long bloom season. Many perennial verbenas are relatively short lived, but their vigor and heavy flowering make up for this defect. They do well grown as annual flowering plants also, since they bloom quickly during the first season after planting.

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Vinca

Vinca

Superior vigor allows the valiant vinca to better survive environmental stresses such as sun, heat, drought, salt, and cool/damp conditions. This flower requires low maintenance with good landscape longevity. The vinca is a very well-branched, heavy-blooming plant.

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Vinca Kawaii

Vinca Kawaii

Perfect carefree color all summer! Vinca kawaii are micro-blooming catharanthi, which will light up any garden with their amazing flower coverage and vivid eye-drawing colors with deep, glossy green foliage. Keeps habit all summer long, has no leggy branches, and has tons of flower power.

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Violas

Violas

Violas are heat-tolerant and fill beds easily, even under heat stress. This alternative to pansies comes in a number of eye-catching and unique colors that are extremely versatile.

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Angelonia

Angelonia

The biggest bloom of any angelonia series, it thrives in extreme heat, humidity, and drought.

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Cannas/Dwarf or Standard

Cannas/Dwarf or Standard

Add bold color and drama to flower beds or containers with canna lilies. These easy-care tropical canna are prized for their super-sized leaves in bright green, bronze, black, or variegated. Plus, cannas shoot up showy stalks of yellow, red, salmon, orange, pink, or bi-colored blooms in mid- to late summer that attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Cannas are sun-loving tropical plants that thrive in hot, humid conditions.

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Caladiums

Caladiums

Caladium is a tuber-rooted tropical plant, grown for its large and showy leaves. Colors are varied and can bring warmth to shady areas. Caladium makes a striking addition to plant beds and around trees. Fancy leaf caladiums have proven themselves to be taller than their sun-loving counterparts, Strap leaf caladiums. Strap leaf tend to be more compact, but can handle full sun.

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Coleus

Coleus

Coleus are prized for their colorful foliage, which may combine shades of green, yellow, pink, red, and maroon. New introductions of this popular annual have been selected for increased sun and heat tolerance. Coleus are highly resistant to serious disease.

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Crossandra

Crossandra

Heat-tolerant crossandra marmalade blooms continuously in full sun to partial shade, making it a premium landscape plant in tropical and semi-tropical areas.

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Cuphea

Cuphea

Cuphea, or Mexican false heather, is a compact shrub with textured foliage resembling a fern. Tiny flowers in lavender or white provide color most of the year. Its soft appearance makes cuphea an excellent groundcover beside plants with larger leaves.

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Lantana

Lantana

The Lantana is a drought tolerant, heat loving, and low maintenance annual with a wealth of colorful flowers. This hearty shrub is wide, with textured leaves and small flowers that cluster.

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Marigolds

Marigolds

Marigold is an ideal plant for beds and borders. The marigold is a fast growing plant and brings color to any landscape. With two inch solid and bicolor blooms in yellow, gold, orange and mahogany-red, the marigold is drought and disease tolerant.

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Mona Lavender

Mona Lavender

Mona Lavender is a quick-growing perennial shrub that does very well in either shaded or partly sunny positions. This plant offers intense coloring, especially on the purple undersides of the leaf. The foliage is unique and special, but the real prize on this plant is the dark lavender flower spikes. The Mona Lavender is ideal for mass planting in large areas.

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