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Colocasia

Colocasia

Mammoth leaves with unique wine-colored splotches create a dramatic display in the garden or container. A hardy garden plant in zones 7 and warmer, and in cold-winter climates bulbs may be dug before frost and stored in a cool basement.

Colocasia

Colocasia

This Royal Hawaiian® colocasia offers lush tropical foliage with yellow-green leaves, purple veins and burgundy stems. Compact, tidy plants that never send out runners. Vigorous and more cold tolerant than others with excellent disease resistance.

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Colocasia

This giant plant with a distinctive leaf shape and texture will make you think you are basking in the beauty of the tropics. Plant directly to the garden or in a container on the patio. A hardy garden plant in zones 7 and warmer, and in cold-winter climates can be stored indoors over winter.

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Colocasia

Boldly shaped black leaves have olive-green veins and bring a dramatic tropical flair to the garden or container. Needs moist or wet soil and part shade. A hardy garden plant in zones 7 and warmer, and in cold-winter climates can be stored indoors over winter.

Canna

Canna

Striking flowers attract hummingbirds and complement bold, colorful foliage. Lovely at water's edge and a wonderful contrast to fine-textured water plants. Can be lifted and stored from season to season where not winter hardy.

Monarde

Bee Balm

Vibrant tubular blooms attract hummingbirds, butterflies and bees. A tall selection perfect for the center of perennial, herb or cutting gardens. Foliage has a sweet, fruity fragrance and makes a delicious tea. Divide every three years to keep plants looking their best.

Dichondra

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Dichondra

Vigorous, fan-shaped, silvery leaves make an outstanding foliage accent in the garden. Cascading growth looks stunning spilling over the edge of a container, window box or stone wall, or when used as ground cover. Very heat and drought tolerant.

Bananier du Japon

Bananier du Japon

Add a tropical flair to the perennial garden! Bold foliage plant grows as a tree in warm winter climates, and dies back to the ground in cold winter regions, re-emerging the following spring. Creamy torpedo-like flowers emerge from the top of the stem; fruit is not palatable.

Monarde

Monarde

Vibrant tubular blooms attract hummingbirds, butterflies and bees. Ideal for perennial, herb or cutting gardens and natural plantings. Foliage has a sweet, fruity fragrance and makes a delicious tea. Divide every three years to keep plants looking their best.

Lophospermum

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Lophospermum

Amazing trumpet flowers in shades of pink and white attract butterflies to the garden. A delicate vine with handsome, slightly felted green leaves. Excellent for trellises, hanging baskets or mix them up in combination planters. A unique garden plant.

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