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Best plants 2013

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New plants for sun and shade, including annuals and perennials that have outshone others in my garden and at trial beds in Michigan.

New plants for sun and shade, including annuals and perennials that have outshone others in my garden and at trial beds in Michigan.

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  • 1. NEW PLANTS, OLD PLANTS, UNDERUSED, OBSCURE PLANTS Slides include annuals and tropical plants that were introduced recently (2013-2014), are unusual, or hard to locate (sources listed for many). All photos are the property of Jean Starr and may be used only by request (starrjean@comcast.net). Ps: look for these icons for the ideal light preference for each plant Full sun Part sun Shade
  • 2. Agastache ‘Heat Wave’
  • 3. Begonia ‘Bossa Nova White’
  • 4. Begonia elatior ‘Glory Lemon’
  • 5. Begonia ‘Encanto Orange’
  • 6. Yellow nonstop begonia with Coleus ‘Strawberry Drop’
  • 7. Calibrachoa Lindera Light Blue
  • 8. Trixi Double Date mix Calibrachoa MiniFamous™ Double Amethyst Calibrachoa MiniFamous™ Double Lemon Calibrachoa MiniFamous™ Double Magenta
  • 9. Calibrachoa Trailing Yellow
  • 10. Colocasia ‘Mojito’ Great chartreuse color with dark mottling (pictured with Cleome ‘Seniorita Rosalita’)
  • 11. Coleus Under the Sea “Yellow Fin Tuna’
  • 12. Coleus ‘Dream Catcher’
  • 13. Coleus Under the Sun ‘Molten Coral’
  • 14. Echinacea ‘Supreme Flamingo’
  • 15. Echinacea ‘Butterfly Kisses’
  • 16. California Poppy - Eschscholzia ‘Wrinkled Rose’ Heat tolerant, gorgeous color and two months of bloom. Park Seed
  • 17. Annual Geranium ‘Timeless Orange’
  • 18. Annual Geranium Boldly ‘Lavender Rose’
  • 19. Gomphrena Forest Pink Stems tall enough for cutting; strong enough for a sunny mixed bed
  • 20. Lobularia ‘Frosty Knight’ Variegated foliage offers an extra bit of contrast
  • 21. Lobularia Bicolor Lavender Stream’
  • 22. Lobularia ‘Frosty Night’ with yellow Nemesia
  • 23. Lophospermum Lofos Compact Rose Hanging basket or trellis in sun
  • 24. Nepeta ‘Purrsian Blue’
  • 25. Pachystachys lutea Loves heat and humidity; offers long-lasting blooms in late summer
  • 26. Papaver ‘Lauren’s Grape’ Easy – great color! Select Seeds
  • 27. Supertunia ‘Sangria Charm’
  • 28. Petunia Supertunia ‘Bordeaux’
  • 29. Salvia ‘Wendy’s Wish’
  • 30. Salvia ‘Sierra San Antonio’ Tiny yet colorful flowers all summer Goodwin Creek Gardens

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