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Pardon My Pink Bee Balm
Monarda didyma 'Pardon My Pink'
In Bloom
Mojave Red Purslane
Portulaca umbraticola 'Mojave Red'
In Bloom
Supertunia Vista Paradise Petunia
Petunia 'Supertunia Vista Paradise'
In Bloom
Colorblaze Golden Dreams Coleus
Solenostemon scutellarioides 'Colorblaze Golden Dreams'
Lemon Coral Stonecrop
Sedum rupestre 'Lemon Coral'
ColorBlaze Strawberry Drop Coleus
Solenostemon scutellarioides 'ColorBlaze Strawberry Drop'
Sweet Caroline Light Green Sweet Potato
Ipomoea 'Sweet Caroline Light Green'
Meteor Shower Verbena
Verbena bonariensis 'Meteor Shower'
In Bloom
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What To Look For:
Pardon My Pink Bee Balm, Mojave Red Purslane, Supertunia Vista Paradise Petunia, Colorblaze Golden Dreams Coleus, Lemon Coral Stonecrop, ColorBlaze Strawberry Drop Coleus, Sweet Caroline Light Green Sweet Potato, Meteor Shower Verbena

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Courtesy of Proven Winners - www.provenwinners.com.

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