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'Alabama Slammer' is "a late spring bloomer that adds charm to the front of the border," according to BHG Test Garden manager Sandra Gerdes.

'Alabama Slammer' Avens 

It might be difficult to brighten up shady spaces, but this Terra Nova coleus handles it with ease. 

'Peach Julep' Coleus 

This petite rose, a new hybrid from Monrovia, is ideal for gardeners with little space. Itsy Bitsy Peach is only 18 inches tall and 24 inches broad.

'Itsy Bitsy Peach' Rose 

From late spring to frost, the frilly blossoms of 'Fresco Apricot' coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) add color and attract butterflies to garden beds. 

'Fresco Apricot' Coneflower 

This brightly colored daylily (Hemerocallis sp.), from Oakes' Rebloom Collection, blooms early in the summer and puts on a display for several weeks.

'Apricot Sparkles' Daylily 

Terra Nova's 'Northern Exposure Amber' coral bells (Heuchera sp.) can withstand heat, cold, rain, full shade, and full sun.

'Northern Exposure Amber' Coral Bells 

Add a touch of English garden elegance to your yard with this delicate-looking, sun-loving annual statice (Limonium sinuatum). 

'QIS Apricot' Limonium 

Each flower of 'Queeny Lime Orange,' an All-America Selections-winning zinnia with lime and yellow streaks on peach-toned petals, is uniquely different. 

'Queeny Lime Orange' Zinnia 

'Creamsicle' is a hybrid red hot poker plant (Kniphofia sp.) from Terra Nova that was bred for smaller spaces and longer bloom durations,

'Creamsicle' Red Hot Poker 

From summer to fall, the daisy-like flowers on this coreopsis begin in burned sienna and fade to brighter orange, with shades of peach in between.

'Sienna Sunset' Coreopsis 

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