Red, White, and Bloom

With Independence Day just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to add some red, white, and blue to your garden. We have a variety of plants that are not only beautiful but also easy to care for, making them a great choice for any gardener.

A close up of Design-A-Line Cordyline

Design-A-Line Cordyline has a unique cascading grass-like habit that is ideal for containers on patios, along walls or walkways, or as accent plants in mixed borders. This low-maintenance plant provides rich, burgundy color all year and works great with succulents.

Cloud Nine White hydrangea blooming in a garden.

Cloud Nine Hydrangeas bring white lace cap flowers to form billowy bursts up and down each stem, resulting in more blooms from spring to summer.

A close up of Ever Sapphire Agapanthus in a garden.

Ever Sapphire Agapanthus blooms early and reblooms, with multiple spikes of deep blue flowers. These tough plants need little water once established and bloom much longer than traditional types.

Safari Rose aloe vera flowers in a garden.

Safari Rose Aloe are compact plants that have serious flower power, blooming in the first year with multiple flower stalks from fall to winter. Great nectar source for hummingbirds and butterflies.

A Emerald Snow Loropetalum with white flowers and green leaves.

Emerald Snow Loropetalum have a naturally elegant, layered habit that works beautifully in any landscape or container garden. By selecting a dwarf variety like Emerald Snow, you can give your shears a rest, and never worry about pruning again.

A Rhythm & Blues Salvia with purple flowers and leaves in a garden.

Rhythm & Blues Salvia is ideal for pollinator gardens, this compact plant blooms early and repeatedly blooms dark blue flowers atop dark green foliage.

Red flowers on a Light Show Bottlebrush with green leaves.

Light Show Bottlebrush are reliably tough landscape shrubs for summer dry climates. Light Show is a more compact selection, with green-blue foliage and deep red flowers.

Find these varieties in a garden center near you or view our collection to explore and start creating your own patriotic garden today.

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