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Proven Winners - Catalina® Midnight Blue - Wishbone Flower - Torenia blue blue-true plant details, information and resources.

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Coleus Wizard Mix - The best small Coleus for bedding and containers (indoors and out!

Torenia 'Clown Mix' Torenia is a great landscape choice, grows similar to impatiens. A colorful mixture of vase shaped bi-colored flowers that mimic snapdragon blooms.

Torenia 'Clown Mix' Torenia is a great landscape choice, grows similar to impatiens. A colorful mixture of vase shaped bi-colored flowers that mimic snapdragon blooms.

Summer Wave® Large Amethyst - Wishbone Flower - Torenia hybrid-annual-plant in sun or shade, continous bloom or rebloomer, heat tolerant, low maintenance, attracts hummingbirds

Wishbone Flower (Torenia ‘Amethyst’) full sun to shade. Hardy to 30 degrees. Annual in zones 10 and 11

Double Peppermint Petunia

Supertunia® Double Peppermint petunias from Proven Winners® are beautiful on their own or mix well with other varieties too. Thinking of these for side flower bed this summer.

Monrovia's Grayswood Pink Rock Rose details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.

Monrovia's Grayswood Pink Rock Rose details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.

Top Annual Flowers to Grow in the Shade - Add lobelias to bring rich, true blues in the garden. These trailing plants flower prolifically in spring and fall, almost covering themselves in flowers. Annual lobelia is a cool-season plant that does best in shade in the South, though it loves partial shade in the North.

Gorgeous Annuals to Grow in the Shade

Lobelia - These trailing plants flower prolifically in spring and fall, almost covering themselves in flowers. Annual lobelia is a cool-season plant that does best in shade in the South, though it loves partial shade in the North.

Geranium (Cranesbill)  Geraniums were once considered the "must have" plant for English gardens and with over 400 species it wasn't long before cultivars developed popularity with gardeners world wide. Buyers beware however as perennial geraniums are not related to annual geraniums which are actually in the genus Pelargonium. A true geranium is a cold hardy perennial that will prove to be long-lived and add years of beauty and graceful charm to any garden.

Geranium Rozanne -this is one of the best perennial geraniums around. It makes in height and in spread with a somewhat lax habit. It bears abundant mauve-blue flowers from June-September and likes a well-drained position in sun or partial shade

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