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Landscape Design Ideas

Combine bright, boldly colored annuals in mass plantings to draw attention to an entrance or storefront. Bright reds, oranges and yellows in the landscape or containers draw the eye with their vibrancy and intensity.

Surefire®  Red Begonia with Dark Knight™  Lobularia and Meteor Shower®  Verbena and ‘Cat’s Meow’ Nepeta
Surefire® Red Begonia with Dark Knight™ Lobularia and Meteor Shower® Verbena and ‘Cat’s Meow’ Nepeta
Surefire®  Red Begonia with Diamond Frost®  Euphorbia
Surefire® Red Begonia with Diamond Frost® Euphorbia
Surefire®  Red Begonia with Diamond Frost®  Euphorbia
Butterfly Argeranthemum and Surfinia® Red Petunia

Mix cool colors like blues, greens and purples in more intimate settings such as pathways, small garden areas or along residential decks to create a serene mood, where visitors will be drawn to the detail of the flowers.

Supertunia®  Bordeaux™  Petunia with Blushing Princess®  Lobularia and Artist®  Blue Ageratum, Diamond Frost®  Euphorbia, Evolution Salvia, Blue Frost Salvia, and Lucia®  Ultraviolet™  Lobelia
Supertunia® Bordeaux™ Petunia with Blushing Princess® Lobularia and Artist® Blue Ageratum, Diamond Frost® Euphorbia, Evolution Salvia, Blue Frost Salvia, and Lucia® Ultraviolet™ Lobelia
Supertunia®  Pink Star Charm Petunia with Supertunia®  Violet Star Charm Petunia and Graceful Grasses®  Purple Fountain Grass
Supertunia® Pink Star Charm Petunia with Supertunia® Violet Star Charm Petunia and Graceful Grasses® Purple Fountain Grass

Don’t underestimate the power of neutral shades. Combine white in the foreground with blacks and burgundies, and the darker tones will pop in comparison. White or silver plantings give brightness and interest in shady areas.

Supertunia®  Latte™ , Diamond Frost®  Euphorbia and Illusion®  Garnet Lace Ipomoea
Supertunia® Latte™ , Diamond Frost® Euphorbia and Illusion® Garnet Lace Ipomoea

Bring your clients’ landscapes to a higher level with PROVEN WINNERS®.  Here are a variety of landscape design ideas with many of our favorite varieties.

Supertunia® Vista Fuchsia, Snow Princess®, ‘Fireworks’
Supertunia® Vista Fuchsia Petunia
Snow Princess® Lobularia
Graceful Grasses® ‘Fireworks’ Pennisetum
Supertunia® Vista Bubblegum Petunia
A strong monoculture planting like this Supertunia® Vista Bubblegum® Petunia can create an inviting welcome for visitors.
Supertunia® Vista Bubblegum
Supertunia® Vista Bubblegum® Petunia
Supertunia® White Petunia, Artist® Blue Ageratum, Boldly™ Dark Red Pelargonium
In some settings, it is important to match the plants to the ambiance of the existing structure. Red, white and blue in traditional genera can evoke the bygone times of historical sites like this.
Supertunia® White Petunia
Artist® Blue Ageratum
Boldly™ Dark Red Pelargonium

Using bi-color flowers like Patriot® Deen Day Smith can more strongly unify unique color schemes like pink and yellow.
Goldilocks Rocks® Bidens
Dalina® Grande Emilio Dahlia
Supertunia® Vista Silverberry Petunia
Supertunia® Vista Bubblegum® Petunia
Patriot® Deen Day Smith Lantana
Snow Princess® Lobularia, Supertunia® Royal Velvet Petunia
Snow Princess® Lobularia
Supertunia® Royal Velvet™ Petunia
Gays Delight Solenostemon (Coleus), Beth’s Blue® Laurentia (Isotoma)
Gays Delight Solenostemon (Coleus)
Beth’s Blue® Laurentia (Isotoma)

Areas that have shade half of the day but sun the other half can benefit from varieties like ColorBlaze® Dipt in Wine and Kingswood Torch, which perform equally well in differing sun/shade environments.
ColorBlaze® Dipt in Wine Solenostemon (Coleus)
ColorBlaze® Lime Time™ Solenostemon (Coleus)
ColorBlaze® Kingswood Torch Solenostemon (Coleus)
Snow Princess® Lobularia, Laguna® Compact Blue w/ Eye Lobelia
Snow Princess® Lobularia
Laguna™ Compact Blue w/ Eye Lobelia
Supertunia® Vista Silverberry Petunia, Angelface® Blue Angelonia
Supertunia® Vista Silverberry Petunia
Angelface® Blue Angelonia