Want to add some pizzazz under that boring shade tree in your yard? For your consideration - the Flaming Torch Bromeliad
A naughty addition to any garden this succulent is as crooked as they come.
This Southern native is often confused as being poisonous. Not only is it not poisonous, but it makes a delightful jelly as well as syrup.
Deep purple to dark green leaves throughout the year, and sassy, hot pink blooms in the Summer and Spring. This little tart likes to play a game of pee-a-boo.
Long, bright green leaves with floral sprays of pink, white, and fuchsia the Rangoon Creeper will make your garden trellis picture perfect.
With a name like Mimosa you'd think it would be orange, but this pinkish/purple hardy bloomer makes for wonderful ground cover that you can mow and easily propagate from cuttings.