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Coprosma

Coprosma

An unusual foliage accent with very tiny, glossy leaves that reflect almost like a mirror, hence its nickname Mirror or Looking Glass Plant. Lovely as topiary or left untrimmed as a coffee-colored mound in perennial gardens and landscapes. Grows fast and is deer-resistant.

Cordyline

Cordyline

Enjoy the ever changing color on wider than usual leaves on upright stalks. Growing upward from a common point, leaves arch slightly until the leaf tips point down. A popular plant for adding height to the container garden, either outside or as houseplant.

Coléus

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Coléus

Young leaves emerge a reddish color and mature to glowing, warm coppery-orange shades. Develops a dense, mounding, upright form that's a great and colorful foliage accent for containers or the landscape. Weather tolerant and deer resistant.

Colocasia

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Colocasia

Dark arrowhead-shaped leaves with a unique, metallic sheen. An impressive tropical plant that's fantastic in containers. Best growth is in moist areas with partial shade. A hardy garden plant in zones 9 and warmer, and in cold-winter climates can be stored indoors over winter. 

Acalypha

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Acalypha

Striking foliage with beautifully patterned variegation in a wide range of colors, including various combinations of red, bronze, yellow, coral or chartreuse. Offers season-long, eye-catching color in the landscape. Attractive in mixed containers or as stand-alone specimen.  Protect from harsh winds.

Physocarpe

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Physocarpe

Lin de Nouvelle-Zélande

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Lin de Nouvelle-Zélande

Impressive form and foliage color. Sword-shaped leaves grow in fanning clumps. Effective as an accent, planted in large groups or grown in a decorative container. Towering stalks of flower panicles are striking.

Croton

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Croton

Beautiful, colorful foliage plant is excellent for brightening the interior or exterior landscape. Attractive featured alone as a floor plant, in a container on the porch or deck, or group several together for a vivid display. Higher humidity will help prevent leaf drop. Prefers moist, fertile, well-drained soil.

Panic érigé

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Panic érigé

A North American native grass excellent for perennial, prairie or meadow gardens. This variety has fabulous, fountainlike growth and fantastic fall color. Terrific with monarda, rudbeckia and aster. Outstanding as a landscape accent or screen. Airy clouds of flowers are great for cut or dried bouquets.

Panic érigé

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Panic érigé

A North American native grass excellent for perennial, prairie or meadow gardens. Terrific with monarda, rudbeckia, asters and especially native plants. Outstanding as a landscape accent or screen. Airy clouds of flowers are great for cut or dried bouquets.

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