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High contrast from a few plants

1. ‘Sundowner’ New Zealand flax (Phormium ‘Sundowner’, Zones 8–10)2. ‘Zwartkop’ aeonium (Aeonium arboreum ‘Zwartkop’, Zones 9–11)3. The Ravers® Pumpkin Pie™ African daisy (Arctotis Pumpkin Pie™, Zones 10–11)4. Firesticks (Euphorbia tirucalli ‘Rosea’, Zone 11)5. ‘Campfire’ crassula (Crassula coccinea ‘Campfire’, Zones 9–11)

You could spot this arrangement from far away. The vibrant African daisy and New Zealand flax mean one can use fewer and smaller plants for a big effect.

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