Limited color choices free up other details

1. ‘Wilma’s Gold’ trailing golden rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Wilma’s Gold’, Zones 8–11)2. Superbells® Coralberry Punch calibrachoa (Calibrachoa ‘USCAL66501’, annual)3. ‘Flamingo’ New Zealand flax (Phormium cookianum ‘Flamingo’, Zones 8–11)4. Bronze Age™ coleus (Solenostemon scutellarioides ‘Bronze Age’, Zones 12–13)5. ‘Zwartkop’ aeonium (Aeonium arboreum ‘Zwartkop’, Zones 9–11)6. ‘Napoleon’ papyrus (Cyperus papyrus ‘Napoleon’, Zones 11–13)7. Sweet potato vines (Ipomoea batatas cvs., Zone 11)8. Flowering maple (Abutilon cv., Zones 8–11)9. Baby Tut® umbrella grass (Cyperus involucratus ‘Baby Tut’, Zone 11) 10. Elephant’s ear (Alocasia sp., Zones 10–11)

This design uses reds, greens, and a few deep purples exclusively, which allows differently shaped plants to share the same window box and urn. Texture and shape are varied but toned down and connected by color. For an extra dash of the exotic, ‘Zwartkop’ aeonium provides its pot with a succulent burst, while Baby Tut® umbrella grass tops off its container in a similar explosion. 

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