Afternoon Shade
These combinations do best when they get gentle morning sunlight, with afternoon shade to protect them from the harshest rays.
Ornamental Shrub
This shrub bears delightfully fragrant flowers that vary in color as they age. Plant in well-drained soil, keep moist, and protect from frost.
What Plants? How Many? Hardy to Zone:
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Brunsfelsia Australis
1 9
Million Bells
Calibrachoa 'Trailing Blue'
3 8
Nemesia
Nemesia 'White Innocence'
3 8
Spotted Deadnettle
Lamium maculatum 'Orchid Frost'
2 4



An "English Cottage" Look
Enjoy an explosion of color with this combination. Plants require well-drained, organic soil; keep moist, and deadhead regularly. Use the impatiens and lobelias as filler plants for a lush look.
What Plants? How Many? Hardy to Zone:
Fuschias
Gartenmeister (upright)
Snowburner (trailing)
1 each 9
Tuberous Begonias
Red (upright)
Yellow (trailing)
1 each 10
Plectranthus
Plectranthus coleoides 'Veriegata'
1 9
Double Impatiens
Impatiens wallerana 'Victorian Rose'
2 1 (annual)
Bacopa
Sutera cordata 'Snowstorm'
1 9
Torenia
Torenia hybrid 'Summer Wave'
1 8
Trailing Lobelia
Lobelia erinus 'Regatta Rose'
Lobelia erinus 'Regatta Blue Splash'
3 each 1 (annual)
Impatiens
Impatiens wallerana 'Elfin Mixed'
6 1 (annual)
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