Cool Colorful Plants

These versatile annuals have exploded in popularity in recent years producing months of color from summer into fall. Take a look at some winners for your garden.

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Rose 'Rainbow Knock Out'. The latest in the popular 'Knock Out' series. Coral buds open into single orange and pink blooms, fading into a dreamy rainbow of pink, salmon and yellow hues. Bright orange hips persist well into fall. Bushy, compact plants reach three feet tall and wide. This tough, disease-resistant landscape rose reblooms all season long. Great for small spaces, hedges or mixed borders. 2007 All-American Rose Selection (AARS) winner. USDA Zones 4-9.

Angelonia angustifolia 'Serena White'. Snowy white flower spikes bloom nonstop all summer and need no deadheading. This delightful annual remains compact (12 inches high and wide) and exhibits strong branching without pinching. Tolerates heat, drought and humidity. Excellent in containers and mixed beds.

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