America’s No. 1 go-to flower for shady locations, impatiens will transform any dark corner into a flower festival. In fact, many gardeners use impatiens as a quick-growing summer groundcover for hard-to-plant locations under tall trees. Growing 12-18 inches tall, impatiens bloom in white, pink, peach, yellow, orange, lavender, and bicolors. Both single- and double-flowering varieties are available. Impatiens grow well in containers, too. Just keep them out of direct sunlight and keep the…
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'Meandering Linda' Solenostemon is a creeping coleus that bears crinkly, chocolate-purple leaves banded in rich raspberry-pink, with touches of cream along the edges. Coleus can be grown in full sun to medium shade. Pinch the flowers off to retain the shape and dramatic focus on the exciting foliage.
Caring For Petunias: How To Grow Petunias - Growing petunias can offer long term color in the summer landscape and brighten dreary borders with lovely pastel colors. Proper petunia care is simple and easy. This article will help.