Plants for shade: Try Contrasting Containers. If you're not sure where to start, look at your container and complement or contrast it with color. Here, the black pots look great against bold, bright colors.  A. Coleus (Solenostemon 'Daffy'): 1  B. Sedge (Carex hachijoensis): 1  C. Caladium 'Florida Beauty': 1  D. Coleus (Solenostemon 'JoDonna'): 1

Container-Garden Recipes for Shade

Coleus (Solenostemon 'Daffy'): 1 B. Sedge (Carex hachijoensis): 1 C. Caladium 'Florida Beauty': 1 D. Coleus (Solenostemon 'JoDonna'): 1 Try Contrasting Containers

Wilma Goldcrest Cypress

Wilma Goldcrest (Monterey) Cypress - Monrovia - Wilma Goldcrest (Monterey) Cypress Reaches 6 - 8 feet tall and 1 - 2 feet wide at maturity.

Coastal landscape

Boost your curb appeal with a beautiful tropical foliage landscape design! Use a variety of foliage in contasting colors and textures! Shown here are Bird of Paradise, Hawaiian Ti, Ixora, Variegated Ginger, and Ligustrum.

Creamsicle Red Hot Poker - A showy dwarf variety, bred for smaller spaces and long bloom time. Multiple spikes of creamy orange flowers are adored by hummingbirds.

blueberry flax lily around palms

White striped upright leaves are the trademark of blueberry flax lily, a new South Florida favorite for borders and accents. Very easy to grow, but mine got pretty large, and spread out a little.


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