6. Petchoa Supercal neon rose The Any Weather Petunia I planted these and now doing the research on them finding the Petchoa Supercal very interesting plants. Let us see if they live up to what they write about.
SuperCals combine the best features of petunia and calibrachoa to make gorgeous, easy to grow plants. You'll find the large flowers of petunias, along with a wide tolerance for soil pH that makes for easy growing. Vibrant and unique bloom colors and non-sticky leaves keep plants looking clean. SuperCals stay covered in 2" blooms all season long, show great heat tolerance, and handle cool weather with grace. Supercals deliver exceptional performance under all kinds of weather - from unexpected late frosts, to rainy-wet cycles and even through the high heat of summer. They even bounce back after rain storms! Ideal for hanging baskets, mixed containers, and garden beds. These self-cleaning plants look beautiful all season long. Deadheading is not needed - ever! (Height: approximately 12", 10-12" spread)..
7. Verbena temari patio blue
Here is what I found online about these plants. We love Temari Patio Blue verbena for its bushy, more upright growth habit than typical annual verbenas, which makes it a unique cultivar for patio Bluish-purple blooms of Temari Patio Bluepots and the garden beds. Temari produces bountiful, bright bluish-purple flowers that cascade over the edges of containers and window boxes, giving a your garden a high-priced look.
Flowers: Compact clusters of purplish-blue flowers
Foliage: Dark green, fern-like leaves
Habit: Upright growth. 10-12 inches tall
Cultivation: Plant in moist soil, well-drained soil. Do not allow to dry between waterings. Full sun.
8. Summer snapdragon Angelonia alonia pink romance Hard to find information about this plant, Pink Romance. Here is what I found. The Alonia angelonia, a relatively new compact series, blew me away at a recent trial. It boasts intense colors — dark blue, purple, lavender pink and white — and reaches about 15 inches tall, with a quantity of flowers on each spike that will mesmerize passersby. If you happen to be asking yourself what is an angelonia, think of it as a snapdragon for the summer. In fact, angelonias indeed love the sweltering heat that’s been such a part of our gardens this summer. Give one of these a try in your gardens. It is still so much time to plant and add plants for color and the heat of the summer. Till next time, this is Becky Litterer from Becky's Greenhouse, Dougherty, Iowa