Plants for Winter Color

Many garden plants — from tough shrubs to annual bedding plants — provide welcome color throughout the winter. Check out these favorite cold-weather beauties for some inspiration.

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Asplenium provides color in winter months
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Hart's tongue fern (<em>Asplenium scolopendrium</em>)

Mature size: 20 inches tall, 24 inches wide. Ideal growing conditions: partial sun, well-drained soil, moist soil. Hardiness: Hardy in USDA Zones 5 to 9 but winter color is best in Zones 8 and 9

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