Begonia semperflorens aka ‘Wax Begonia’, ‘Bedding Begonia’, ‘Fibrous Begonia’

Begonia semperflorens aka ‘Wax Begonia’, ‘Bedding Begonia’, ‘Fibrous Begonia’ The most widely chosen type of Begonia planted by landscapers and homeowners alike. This type of Begonia grows 6-8” tall and is a great choice for mass planting in garden beds, or in containers. They grow in both dark leaf and green leaf. The dark leaves range from a light bronze to a deep brown, and the deep green leaves are sometimes bordered in red. The flower colors come in shades of white, blush, pink, rose, bi-color, scarlet and deep red. Begonia semperflorens bloom spring through fall, and in mild-winter climates can live for several years. The bronze leaf varieties are tolerant of being planted in full sun

Eremophila glabra 'Kalgoorlie' (Fuchsia Emu Bush)

Eremophila glabra ‘Kalgoorlie’ (Fuchsia Emu Bush) This low growing and spreading perennial shrub is native to the Kalgoolie region of Western Australia. It is moderately fast growing and will reach 2-3 feet tall and 6 feet wide at maturity. The foliage is grey-green, with lanceolate shaped leaves. The flowers on ‘Kalgoorie’ are tubular shaped, golden-orange with a slight tinge of red. The hummingbirds love the flowers on this plant and the low-growing, spreading growth habit provides shelter for small song birds or ground-dwelling species such as doves and quail. Eremophila glabra ‘Kalgoorlie’ blooms from spring through early fall and does best if planted in full sun to dappled shade. It is

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