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Billbergia Pyramidalis

(Flaming Torch Bromeliad)

Want to add some pizzazz under that boring shade tree in your yard? For your consideration - the Flaming Torch Bromeliad

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Euphorbia Tithymaloides

(Devil's Backbone)

A naughty addition to any garden this succulent is as crooked as they come.

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Callicarpa Americana

(American Beautyberry)

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.

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Loropetalum

(Purple Diamond® Semi-dwarf Loropetalum)

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.

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Combretum Indicum

(Rangoon Creeper)

Long, bright green leaves with floral sprays of pink, white, and fuchsia the Rangoon Creeper will make your garden trellis picture perfect.

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Mimosa Strigillosa

(Sunshine Mimosa)

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.