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Give Coral Bead Plant a bright spot on your patio for a splash of orange-red color. This unusual beauty loves the cooler weather.
Pansies also love the cool, sunny days of autumn. But when the temps drop near freezing, bring potted pansies indoors to extend the growing season. You'll love those colorful, charming flowers on your sunny windowsill.
Florist Mums are easy to find this time of year. This is the tender type and need to stay indoors with you.
Just when most flowering plants are slowing down, Mona Lavender sends up tall spikes of lavender-blue flowers from autumn and right into winter.
Shorter days and cooler nights bring on an annual show of spectacular autumn color.
But, you don't have to go outdoors to enjoy dramatic foliage. The gold, orange, red and green of croton plant adds a warm, tropical feel to a room.
Don't overlook prayer plant for striking patterned foliage. Best known for its folding leaves, this rainforest native-turned-house plant is simply beautiful.
Leaf for leaf, no other plant can match coleus plant's bold patterns and vibrant colors. This garden favorite makes an easy house plant. If you can still find one at the garden center, buy it. You'll love growing this colorful gem indoors, too.
Beautiful and exotic Lady Slipper Orchids are easy to grow if you meet their need for high humidity. Get how-tos for repotting orchid, care instructions for Lady Slipper Orchids.
Parrot Flower (aka Parrot Plant) is a dependable bloomer with brightly colored flowers that resemble a parrot's beak. Find out how to grow Heliconia plant indoors.
Tiny, round leaves cascading down slender, fragile stems gives Baby's Tears plant its common name. Find out about sunlight, water, pruning and more care.
Heading to the garden center this weekend? Pick up a few extra plants. (Don't you wish you could take them all home?)
Mophead hydrangea boasts beautiful blue flower clusters, making it a favorite house plant.
Dazzling patterns make coleus (shown here) popular for shade gardens. But you'll love growing this colorful gem indoors, too.
Got a sunny window, porch or patio? Pot up some sun-loving flowers and enjoy the show.
Climbing Mandevilla will need support from a trellis to show off its big trumpet-shaped flowers.
Discover perennial flowering vines you can grow in containers. How to plant, grow and train climbing flowering vines.