The Most Colorful Oxalis Shamrock Charmed Wine, Oxalis ‘Charmed® Wine’ PPAF, has violet, large shamrock-shaped leaves that are graced with dainty pinkish-white flowers. It is the most colorful of the series, with its velvety, wine-colored angular leaves. Charmed Wine requires part-to-full shade and moist but well-drained soil; a heavy feeder. The Charmed series of Oxalis can be grown in beds, containers, and window boxes outdoors, or indoors under lights or in a sunny window. Oxalis ‘Charmed Wine’ makes a great statement in shady areas. What fun you will have when you display this amazing plant on your patio or a table indoors! Oxalis is also adaptable as a house plant for year-round enjoyment. The white flowers are actually blushed with a maroon hue that does something really neat when they get wet; the blush is accentuated and it looks like a wine stain on white fabric! This plant can be a perennial in zones 9-11. In zones 3-8 it is an annual only. * Maroon colored leaves* Can be a houseplant* Shade plant .
The Brilliant Colors Explode in Sunny Locations! The Coleus Fishnet Stocking, ‘Coleus hybrid’, has lime green foliage with bright burgundy veins on the entire leaf. These new, bigger, sun loving varieties have revolutionized container gardening. Coleus plants are durable and easy to grow however they are tender annuals. Frost will cause them to die immediately. Coleus plants are so colorful that many people keep them and use them as a house plant. These plants will do best in temperatures above 55 degrees. Flower buds should be pinched off as soon as they develop. If a coleus plant is allowed to seed, it has completed its life cycle and will die. Coleus must have good soil drainage. This plant can also be a perennial in warmer zones. * Bright burgundy foliage* Easy to grow* Can be used as a house plant.