I Love This Plant

I Love This Plant

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Foliage plants are the hardworking backbone of the garden. They provide year-round interest and color if you choose well.
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Mediterranean, tender and drought-loving plants satisfy a passion for exotic looks in tough places.
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There's a certain cachet in seeking out the best, the newest or the just plain odd. Here are some leads for the gardener who has everything.
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Enjoy a red carpet moment with these in-your-face plants that burst into garden centers in 2005.
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Minor miracles, flower factories and leafy wonders. The Grass Age continues. 
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Old familiar friends and some new faces. For cutting, borders, pots and baskets. 
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Fresh from test tubes, the mountains of Tibet, or behind grandma's henhouse, these are the new and rediscovered plants people are talking about, designing with and delighting in
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For flowers, foliage or both. The hardy and half hardy (annuals in cold climates). 
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A list of online suppliers and wholesale growers of the plants featured in The 2004 Way Hot 100. 
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We gardeners are always on the lookout for the next great plant. White candles (Whitfieldia elongata) may be just that. It is a perfect flowering shrub: broad-leaved evergreen foliage and plentiful white-flower spikes, 8 inches tall, blooming almost continuously. Sure, it's tender, best as an outdoor shrub for Zones 9+ or as an evergreen conservatory plant or houseplant in cooler climates. Or use it in mixed flower containers for spring-fall performance in Zones 5-8.
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