Bring powerful color to your garden with these blossoms
(Tecoma 'TEC6010916' PP24170)
While some tecomas grow to gigantic sizes, Bells of Fire is bred to be more compact. Enjoy its tropical appearance and flower power.
Photo courtesy of Terra Nova Nurseries
(Coreopsis 'Pumpkin Pie')
This ground-hugging annual brings the color of golden pumpkins to your gardens.
Photo courtesy of Terra Nova nurseries
(Coreopsis 'Mango Punch')
‘Mango Punch’ brings a fresh shade of orange to any garden, with a tinge of red along the petals.
Photo courtesy of Annie’s Annuals and Perennials
(Begonia tuberhybrida pendula)
These stunning blooms do best in cool climates and thrive with filtered shade and morning sun.
Photo courtesy of Monrovia
(Bougainvillea ‘Delta Dawn’)
This creamy, orange vine sits nicely against white-trimmed leaves. Beyond its beauty, it’s also drought-tolerant–a bonus for California gardeners.
Known as the Golden State’s prized plant, this bright orange poppy also thrives in Washington and parts of Hawaii.
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The daisy-like calendula provides easy color from late fall through spring in mild-winter climates, with colors like classic orange and apricot in its varieties.
Add nemesia to your garden for vibrant, cool-season color.
The flower's searing color and strong aromatic scent make is especially exotic.