Plants By Color

Colored plants with distinct foliage patterns that make them hard to miss in the garden. Many of them are versatile enough to work...

Colored plants with distinct foliage patterns that make them hard to miss in the garden. Many of them are versatile enough to work well in both containers and the landscape. Always include a generous helping of plants with colorful foliage in your garden.

They'll provide nonstop color while other plants come in and out of bloom.Did you know that colorful plants foliage can actually provide year-round interest to your home? Different foliage plants offer a variety of shapes, sizes, colors, textures and even aromas so you’re sure to find something that sparks your interest.

There are lots of choices available for color plants in the pots according to your need.Peperomia is also available with large, gold-variegated foliage that blends in nicely with the purple, clover-like leaves of Oxalis. English ivy is always a favorite but the ‘Eva’ variety is quite noteworthy. This lovely foliage plant has purple shoots and white-edged leaves.

Croton will appease your needs for indoor color with foliage. This unusual plant has long, narrow, corkscrew-like leaves in various color combinations. Speaking of foliage plants for color, coleus is well known for its numerous color variations, from green to those edged with pink, red, purple and gold or white.