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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote There are lots of plants that show their “wow” factor through their vibrant flowers, but there are many plants that can do just that with their leaves. In this series, we’d like to introduce a variety of foliage plants that will add the perfect accent (or even steal the show) to any mixed planter or bedding display. In Part 2, we’ll show you some examples of plants you can use in a shady location of your home. We’ve been experimenting with different plants that can survive without direct sunlight, and these are our top choices! Featured Foliage Plant: – Adiantum (Maidenhair Fern) – Carex elata ‘Bowles Golden’ – Athyrium ‘Ocean’s Fury’ – Athyrium ‘Dre’s Dagger’ – Iresine ‘Blazin’ Rose’ We also have over 40 varieties of landscape coleus and we’ve picked out our favourites: – ‘Rustic Orange’ – ‘Electric Coral’ – ‘Kingswood Torch’ – ‘Witch Doctor’ – ‘Trusty Rusty’ – ‘Electric Lime’ – ‘Red Head’ – ‘Saturn’ – ‘Solar Sunrise’ ====================== Other parts of the series: Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: ====================== The Greenery Garden Centre is located in Kelowna, BC. We are a family owned and operated business that is open to the public for the four Spring months each year. For over 25 years we have grown one of the largest selections of garden plants at our Okanagan nursery. In over 2.5 acres of greenhouses, we are growing crops all year in preparation for the following season. We offer an abundance of exciting plant choices, including over 19,000 hanging baskets, wallbags & planters, thousands of different annuals, basket stuffers, vegetables, herbs, berries, perennials, and grasses. You will also find potting soil, soil amendments, peatmoss, fertilizers, seeds, lawn care, garden supplies, pots, garden tools, and much more! Visit […]


  • Elizabeth James McMaster 3 years ago

    Happy to learn the name Coleus. I'm from the St.Vincent in the Caribbean and we call those Jacob's coat.

  • Maria Roque 3 years ago

    Are those plants perennials? They are all beautiful, I love the contrast between them and how they are so eye catching. I live in zone 5, Massachusetts and for the most part, every single time I ask for similar plants (maybe they are the same, but just way smaller), they tell me they are annuals. And honestly I don't buy them because I want to have permanent plants.

  • PBinB 3 years ago

    Love your pots!! Can i ask what was the size of that pot you used to put all the landscape coleus in?

  • Gina Martinez 3 years ago

    The music in the video is kind of distracting , he is giving interesting information ( new to gardening) and I wish the editors would not play music throughout the entire video.

  • Our Lens To Yours 3 years ago

    can i grow these here in zone 9 in sacramento california? Thanks

  • Mary Ciocanea 3 years ago

    I would really like to know how you planted those in the planters behind you as you showed us what the final product could be…. I want to do this very soon so I would much appreciate a video reference or a video showing how you created that potted plant combination. I can't imagine that it's all in one planter! Thanks much:)

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