Hyde Park Est. 1909, A Donald Ross Design

Friday, July 7, 2017

Flowers of Hyde Park Golf & Country Club, Part 3

This week's collection of flowers doesn't focus on a certain type of flower, but rather a group of flowers that require little to almost no maintaince and very little water. Some are all foliage with no showy flowers, one with a globe like flower, and another that is very tropical looking. Enjoy!

Caladium 'Red Flash' great container and combination plant. Can be a little vigorous but provides for a fuller look
Caladium 'White Queen' great container and combination plant. Can be a little vigorous but provides for a fuller look
Gomphrena 'Fireworks'
Gomphrena 'Fireworks' good for mass plantings, back of border
Angelonia 'Angelmist Spreading White'
Perilla 'Magilla' Beefsteak Plant, quite vigorous, excellent foliage and good in masses
Mandevilla, very tropical looking. Climbs great if you provide it a trellis or something to climb on

 

The warm, humid days ahead will only help these flowers fill out the beds even more with the proper care. Have a great day!

Bryan Miller, OCNT

Horticulturist

 

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