Starcluster Red PentasPentas may be the perfect flower for your garden if you want bold color throughout the summer -- no matter how hot it gets. Starcluster Red dazzles with big heads of bold-red blooms that look like hydrangeas. They're particularly attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies, too!
Grow Pentas Starcluster Red in full sun. Water enough to keep the plant from wilting. It grows about 2 feet tall and is a perfect companion for lantana and coleus.
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Compact Red Sunpatiens ImpatiensThe Sunpatiens line of impatiens are proven garden performers in sun or shade. They provide practically unstoppable color all season long. Compact Red is a new addition to the series. It offers bold red flowers on a plant that stays less than 2 feet tall and wide.
Grow Compact Red Sunpatiens in garden beds or containers. Keep it watered well, especially in the sun. It's a perfect companion for verbena and licorice plant.
Cherry Cheesecake PetuniaCherry Cheesecake petunia will make you take a second look at this beauty! Its creamy-white flowers are boldly accented with red stripes, and depending on factors such as temperature, amount of sun, etc., the amount of striping varies. It's a fun new twist on old-fashioned petunias.
Grow Cherry Cheesecake petunia in full sun in containers. Like other petunias, it prefers to be fertilized regularly (or at the beginning of the season with a slow-release fertilizer). The striping pattern makes it a perfect companion for red salvia or white angelonia.
Cha Ching Cherry PetuniaCha-Ching Cherry petunia will stop you in your tracks! This bold variety features rich, cherry-red flowers accented by a creamy-yellow star in the center. The colors vary with temperature, light, and other factors, so Cha-Ching Cherry gives you a changing show through the season!
Grow Cha-Ching Cherry petunia in full sun. It thrives in containers and prefers to be fertilized regularly through the season (or once with a slow-release product). It's a perfect companion for rich purple coleus or purple fountain grass.
Pinball Purple Globe AmaranthPinball Purple globe amaranth is a fun choice if you like to grow flowers for bouquets. This variety is ideal both freshly cut and as a dried flower! It offers little heads of rich, magenta-purple blooms that dry right on the plant.
Grow Pinball Purple globe amaranth in full sun. It thrives equally well in garden beds as it does containers and grows about 18 inches tall. It's a perfect companion for purple vinca or white Sunpatiens.
Endless Summer Bloomstruck HydrangeaHydrangeas add beauty and grace to the garden with their lush, opulent flowers. The Endless Summer collection changed the game for hydrangeas with their reblooming qualities. Endless Summer Bloomstruck adds pretty purple stems and bold red-purple fall color to boot!
Grow Endless Summer Bloomstruck in moist soil and partial shade. It's hardy in USDA Zones 4-9. It's a perfect companion for azaleas and camellias.
Enduro Purple VerbenaA fantastic, long-blooming annual in the North or a reliable perennial that comes back every year in the South, Enduro Purple verbena has a spot in every garden. Its rich purple flowers appear nonstop through the hot summer months and it holds up better against disease than old-fashioned varieties.
Grow Enduro Purple verbena in full sun. It's perfect for container gardens or landscape beds or borders. It's a perfect companion for dusty miller and penstemon.
Black Truffle Cardinal FlowerBlack Truffle cardinal flower has a lot going for it! This perennial reliably comes back year after year, is a North American native plant, attracts butterflies and hummingbirds with its rich red flowers, AND has gorgeous chocolate-purple foliage, too!
Grow Black Truffle cardinal flower in full sun and moist soil. It's hardy in USDA Zones 5-8 and grows 4 feet tall. It's a perfect plant partner for white phlox or coneflowers.
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