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Bulletproof plants from the Old World, Sansevierias are ideal for beginning gardeners and top-drawer designers alike
Grasses guru John Greenlee and landscape architect Ron Herman join forces at a Mediterranean-style estate in California
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Ornamental peppers have become popular summer annuals, and surprise, surprise, they're happy indoors as well. 'Sangria' is a new introduction from PanAmerican Seed with a continuous full complement of red and purple peppers that are not hot (so they're child-friendly).
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This high-gloss tropical foliage plant is such a deep shade of maroon that it's nearly black. Use it outdoors in the summer as an accent plant in a sunny border or container in which it can reach 4 feet. And it can easily be nipped back to keep it comfy in an indoor spot.
Think purple heart is old hat? Try this new version from Hort Couture with oversized, deep-purple leaves to 3 inches wide. I stumbled on one at a garden center in Atlanta, and it was love at first sight. The graceful way it trails from its container inspires me to try it in a hanging basket.
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A host of tropical houseplants that have found new life in the great outdoors as annuals in the warm months are still happy denizens of windowsills and sunrooms when the temperature drops
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Garden Design editors look for new Way Hot plants at the 2007 California Pack Trials 
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Traveling to the United Kingdom? Be sure to stop at these garden stores and nurseries. 
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Either by making or finding them, new plants are constantly arriving on the scene — here's how to get a sneak peek
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