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love these plants - Colorful croton (Codiaeum variegatum ‘Petra’) with Homestead purple verbena (Verbena canadensis 'Homestead Purple').

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Winter Planter material list: Brown lacquered sticks Oregonia B. cedar Silver fir Italian viburnum Boxwood tips Seru fino pods Carolina sapphire Eucalyptus pods Robusta eucalyptus Magnolia tips

Turtlehead (Chelone lyonii) 'Tiny Tortuga' - forms an upright, bushy mound of thick, dk green foliage. In late summer, plants produce upright stems of large, deep pink, hooded flowers. Best in a moist or wet site, this also adapts well to average border conditions. Terrific at the waterside. Excellent for cutting. Showy and long lived. Attractive to butterflies. Easily divided in spring. Zones 3-9.

For landscaping your pond, poorly drained areas or bogs, Chelone Tiny Tortuga Turtle Head is a native plant with a delicate, pretty pink blossom.

Tiarella Pink Skyrocket  ---  The best tiarella for blooms. Thick pink/white spring flowers above shiny foliage. Part to full shade, 6" by 10." Tiarellas seem to need dividing every 3 years or they tend to peter out.

Tiarella Pink Skyrocket --- The best tiarella for blooms. Thick pink/white spring flowers above shiny foliage. Part to full shade, by Tiarellas seem to need dividing every 3 years or they tend to peter out.

Persicaria amplexicaulis ‘Pink Elephant’

Mountain Fleeceflower is a total workhorse in the garden, providing showy spikes of flowers for weeks on end from midsummer onward. This is the first truly compact selection, with bottlebrush spikes in a pleasing w.

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