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Electric yellow leaves make this Florida hedge a guaranteed attention-grabber.

Apr 21, Red Leaf Plants in Florida Coleus. USDA Zones: Coleus offers a bold array of inches long red leaves that looks stunning in the sun. It grows up to feet tall with a similar spread. Growing Tips: Grow the plant in the morning sun and partial afternoon sun for best leaf color. Here are some of the best varieties of Coleus you can grow! Reviews: 1. Firecracker is a bushy plant that has red flowers that grow on the ends of the leaves.

Knock Out Rose This is a plant that can easily grow to be three to four feet tall.

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It has blooms that are shades of red and yellow that you can see from the spring until the fall of the year. It does best in full-sun conditions, but it will also grow in partial bushdisposal.pwted Reading Time: 5 mins.

Rose Bush. Last, but certainly not least, the common rose bush is one of the most classically stunning bushes with red color. Its color is deep red and these are perfect for cutting and displaying around the house or giving as gifts. The rose bush will come back every year and grow hardily with a lot of bushdisposal.pwted Reading Time: 4 mins.

The leaves are a beautiful silvery-blue and eventually, the starting atmore info. American Beautyberry is a Florida native that produces bright purple berries in the fall. This makes it a great plant starting atmore info. It is a large bush with huge leaves and gorgeous red flower starting atmore info. Fort Lauderdale, fl 0 miles: Acer Species, Red Maple, Scarlet Maple Acer rubrum: Fort Lauderdale, fl 0 miles: Euphorbia Species, African Milk Bush, Purple Leaf Brown Jug Plant, Tanzanian Red Milk Bush Euphorbia bicompacta var.

rubra: Fort Lauderdale, fl 0 miles: Caesalpinia Species, Brazilian Ironwood, Iron Wood, Leopard Tree Caesalpinia ferrea. Aug 08, Cocoplum ‘Red Tip’ There is so much to love about this multi-colored hedge plant native to Fort Lauderdale. Since it grows here naturally, it’s more low-maintenance than typical hedge plants, and it even produces edible fruits that make for some pretty tasty jam! The small, rounded leaves are a vivid, lime green color, but new growth.

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