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Begonia semperflorens
•Common name: Wax begonia
Wax begonia
 Late spring to early fall
 Flower/fall foliage color: pink,
red, white.
 Annual plants
 They like sun to semi shade
Wax begonia
 Height: 6-12”
 Spacing: 6-8”
 Produce non-stop flowers on easy-care
 They are suitable in front of summer
annual borders and combine well
with other colored flowers in mixed
plantings or containers
Wax begonia
 Single or double one inch flowers
 The seeds must be started 4-6
months before transplanting.
 Temp. should be kept 60-70
degrees F.
 Leaf spot may result from
overcrowding
Wax begonia
Coleus hybrida
 Common name: Coleus
Coleus hybrida
 Late spring to fall
 Flower/Foliage Color: Grown fro
variegated foliage
 Sun to Semi Shade
 Annual plant
Coleus hybrida
 Height: 1-3’
 Spacing: 18-24”
 Simple leaves are 4-angled
stems
 Leaves are often blotched with
various colors and patterns
Coleus hybrida
 Houseplant or interiorscape
 Small flowers
 In slender, terminal clusters
 Irreguar shaped
Coleus hybrida
Pelargonium x hortorum
 Common name: Geranium
Pelargonium x hortorum
 Late spring to early fall
 Sun
 Foliage/Flower Color: Biocolor,
pink, red, salmon, white
 Annual plant
Pelargonium x hortorum
 Height: 12-24”
 Spacing: 12”
 Leaves are 3-5” across
 Leaves have 3-5 shallow lobes
with very crenate margins
Pelargonium x hortorum
 The fruits are needle-like
projections that radiate from the
fruiting head
 Foliage is somewhat pubescent,
and exudes a strong fragrance
or odor when brusied
Pelargonium x hortorum
Pelargonium Peltatum
 Common name: Ivy geranium
Pelargonium Peltatum
 Often grown in hanging
baskets, long trailing stems
 Foliage/Flower Color: Pink, pale
pink, fuchsia, magenta.
 Semi-shade
 Annual plant
Pelargonium Peltatum
 Height: 12-18”
 Spacing: 9-12”
 Thrives in dry climates, hot
climates.
 Drought tolerant
Pelargonium Peltatum
 Uses: Flower beds, containers,
borders, hanging baskets.
 When watering avoid getting
foliage wet
 Flowers are fragrant
 Deadheading prolongs blooming
Pelargonium Peltatum
Petunia hybrida
 Common name: Petunia
Petunia hybrida
 Moderate drought tolerance
 Flower/Foliage Color: Dull green
foliage; flowers in many colors from
red to purple except orange
 Sun to Semi-shade
 Annual plant
Petunia hybrida
 Height: 10-16”
 Spacing: 12-14”
 One of the most popular garden plants
 Flowers grow 5 inches in diameter
 Plant the tiny seeds indoors in trays
and transplant outdoors after frost has
passed
Petunia hybrida
 Hardiness: USDA Zone 9-10
 Water regularly as needed, avoid over
watering and soggy soil
 Use in beds and borders
Petunia hybrida
Salvia splendens
 Common name: Salvia, scarlet sage
Salvia splendens
 Moderate to low drought
tolerance
 Sun to Semi-shade
 Annual plant
Salvia splendens
 Salvia is a good vertical accent in a
container
 Average to slightly dry, well drained
soil.
 Seed may be directly planted into
finely textured, warm soil, or
started in seed trays for setting out
after danger of frost
Salvia splendens
 Hardiness: Summer annual, may
survive light freeze.
 Salvias are prolific and durable
bloomers.
 They are not bothered by pests.
 Over a long season, flowers will
drop, leaving a ragged spike
Salvia splendens
Tagetes erecta
 Common name: American marigold
Tagetes erecta
 Flower heads are heavy, well
drained soil
 Foliage/Flower Color: Yellow,
orange, mahogany, bronze,
creamy white and bicolor
 Annual plant
Tagetes erecta
 Height: 6-36’
 Spacing: 12-18”
 Thrives in hot climates
 Container plants, cut flowers,
long blooming, showy flowers
Tagetes erecta
 Bloom time: June – To frost
 Seed - sow March in a
greenhouse. Only just cover the
seed
 The growing plant is also said to
repel insects and can be grown
among crops such as potatoes and
tomatoes
Tagetes erecta