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Instant Impact: Mandevilla + Hibiscus in Containers

When you plant mandevilla and hibiscus in containers, you get instant impact. Here are 10 colorful ideas for patios and decks. By Karen W...

Garden Style in New Orleans

New Orleans is known for jazz, beignets, and letting the good times roll. It’s also very floral city. By Karen Weir-Jimerson

Foliage Plants for Color, Texture, and the Wow-Factor

There's a host of colorful foliage plants that make amazing container plants during the summer in both Southern and Northern gardens. Enj...

7 Spectacular Ways to Use Bromeliads

Spiky, colorful, exotic: Bromeliads tick off the boxes for many houseplant fans. See how to use these flashy plants in your home decor. B...

The 12 Best Silver Plants for Your Yard

Add a dose of drama to your landscape with silvery plants. They look good with everything and are easy to grow. Here are some of the best...

12 Beautiful Annuals You’ll Love for Their Leaves

Get an upscale look in your plantings this season with beautiful annuals you’ll love for their leaves. By Justin Hancock

Beautify Your Favorite Spaces with Beautiful Tropical Plants

Beautiful tropical plants are ideal for adding color and interest to your favorite spaces. See some of my favorite ways to decorate with ...

Chic Container Garden Ideas

Design your own chic container gardens by getting ideas from this collection we displayed in the Costa Farms Trial Garden. By Justin Hancock

Before-and-After Patio Makeover Ideas

With just a few plants and decorative elements, it’s easy to transform your favorite patio space into a lush sanctuary. We’ll show you ho...

Mix it Up! 11 Cool Containers That Break the Rules

Think “the more the merrier” when you create your spring containers by mixing up annuals, perennials, tropicals, and houseplants. By Kare...

11 Easy Colorful Container Garden Ideas

Cultivate your artistic side by mixing and matching colorful annuals, perennials, and tropical plants in containers. By Doug Jimerson

Cool Container Gardens from the Costa Farms Team

Looking for ideas to create your own container gardens this season? Check out some of these ideas put together by the experts at Costa Fa...

Create an Enchanting Entry

First impressions count! That's why it's a good idea to dress your front entry with colorful plants and accents that welcome family and f...

Romantic Plants that Say I Love You

Giving flowers is a traditional way of showing the people in our lives we care. But living plants last longer and can be just as colorful...

Landscape Design Tips from the Costa Farms Trial Garden

Want to make your yard more beautiful but don't know where to start? Dig into these landscape design tips shared by the gardening experts...

Tropical Hibiscus and Mandevilla

Our  collection of tropical hibiscus and mandevilla is perfect for adding bold color and interest to your deck, patio, balcony, yard, or ...

15 Best Flowers for Summer

Plant these long-lived annual flowers that thrive in heat and humidity. By Katie Savannah Amos

Container Combo Ideas from Costa Farms

Create beautiful container combos with plants that look – and grow – well together. By Justin Hancock

Hot Plants for Bold Color All Summer Long

Celebrate summer with bold, tropical plants that love the heat and offer exotic flowers from today all the way to frost. Here are some of...

Elegant Palms for Every Setting

Add easy-care, fantastic foliage to every room! Palms add architectural elegance and leafy lushness -- indoors and out. See our selection...

Behind the Scenes at Costa Farms

We love plants! Our wholesale nursery produces millions of gorgeous plants in three U.S. states. Get an inside look at what we do.  By J...

All Thumbs Are Green

We believe that all thumbs are green. Let us help you uncover yours!

Sterling Silver Scindapsus: How We Grow

Bringing this popular beauty to market takes about 3 years. See the process. By Karen Weir-Jimerson

10 Ways to Keep Your Houseplants Happy in Winter

Your moisture-loving tropical houseplants need special care during the drying winter months. By Karen Weir-Jimerson