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Sweet Caroline Sweetheart Lime Sweet Potato
Ipomoea 'Sweet Caroline Sweetheart Lime'
Little Lime Hydrangea
Hydrangea paniculata 'Jane' LITTLE LIME
In Bloom
Hydrangea Tiny Tuff Stuff
Hydrangea serrata 'MAKD' TINY TUFF STUFF
In Bloom
Superbells Tangerine Punch Calibrachoa
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Tangerine Punch'
In Bloom
Supertunia Vista Paradise Petunia
Petunia 'Supertunia Vista Paradise'
In Bloom
Mojave Yellow Purslane
Portulaca umbraticola 'Mojave Yellow'
In Bloom
Mojave Fuchsia Purslane
Portulaca umbraticola 'Mojave Fuchsia'
In Bloom
Superbena Red Verbena
Verbena 'Superbena Red'
In Bloom
Luscious Berry Blend Lantana
Lantana camara 'Luscious Berry Blend'
In Bloom
Superbells Double Chiffon Calibrachoa
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Double Chiffon'
In Bloom
Bright Lights Yellow African Daisy
Osteospermum 'Bright Lights Yellow'
In Bloom
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What To Look For:
Sweet Caroline Sweetheart Lime Sweet Potato, Little Lime Hydrangea, Hydrangea Tiny Tuff Stuff, Superbells Tangerine Punch Calibrachoa, Supertunia Vista Paradise Petunia, Mojave Yellow Purslane, Mojave Fuchsia Purslane, Superbena Red Verbena, Luscious Berry Blend Lantana, Superbells Double Chiffon Calibrachoa, Bright Lights Yellow African Daisy

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