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Toucan Yellow Canna Lily
Canna x generalis 'Toucan Yellow'
In Bloom
Angelface Perfectly Pink Angelonia
Angelonia angustifolia 'Angelface Perfectly Pink'
In Bloom
Hippo Rose Polka Dot Plant
Hypoestes phyllostachya 'Hippo Rose'
Hippo Rose Polka Dot Plant
Hypoestes phyllostachya 'Hippo Rose'
Sweet Caroline Light Green Sweet Potato
Ipomoea 'Sweet Caroline Light Green'
Boldly Hot Pink Geranium
Pelargonium 'Boldly Hot Pink'
In Bloom
Sunsatia Lemon Nemesia
Nemesia 'Sunsatia Lemon'
In Bloom
Luscious Royale Cosmo Lantana
Lantana camara 'Luscious Royale Cosmo'
In Bloom
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What To Look For:
Toucan Yellow Canna Lily, Angelface Perfectly Pink Angelonia, Hippo Rose Polka Dot Plant, Sweet Caroline Light Green Sweet Potato, Boldly Hot Pink Geranium, Sunsatia Lemon Nemesia, Luscious Royale Cosmo Lantana

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