Bloom-A-Thon Azaleas. Large flowers appear in April and May, and then rebloom in early July, continuing through fall until hard frost—giving you three seasons of flowers. There are four blossom colors of white, red, dark lavender, and a double flower pink. Plant this evergreen flowering shrub in borders or clusters for maximum effect. How to grow: Part shade to shade Size: 4-6 feet tall #GottobeNC #Azalea
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Revolution 'Bicolor Rose Shades' gerbera from KieftSeed is a stunning pot gerbera. Plant companies are emphasizing potted plants and flowers in place of cut flowers for gift-giving, or to add a dash of color to interiors.
Start Small: Succulents are the perfect plants for beginners. Start with a small combo and build from there -- but don't worry about packing them in. Succulents are slow growers and don't mind being crowded. A small container like this 8-inch ceramic pot can hold six plants, no problem.