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Coleus - 1 gallon

Wedding Train (Solenostemon ‘wedding train’) is pictured here. This coleus features a mounding display of beautiful multi colored foliage. It performs well in the spring and in the heat of summer. Gay’s Delight (Solenostemon scutellarioides). This variety has bright lime green leaves with black veins. This eye catching plant has a unique accent and will draw attention and add pop to any garden. Fishnet Stocking (Solenostemon scutellarioides). This coleus has striking green and burgundy variegation. It is adaptable as a house plant and is also very heat tolerant.


Here at Creekside Nursery, we currently have an abundant supply of beautiful geraniums in 2 gallon terra cotta pots! The Dynamo Dark Red Geraniums are blooming with dazzling brilliant red flowers and would be a fine addition to any color garden. We also currently have Dynamo Violet Geraniums that have beautiful dark purple flowers and are looking great. The Dynamo Salmon are also in bloom and have pretty light pink flowers that contrast well with the dark green leaves.

Gotta Glow Color Bowls

Color Bowls are a wonderful new addition to Creekside Nursery’s inventory, and with spring coming up, they will be a showy, colorful addition to any garden or landscape. Gotta Glow features three plants; Bidens Sunbeam, Calibrachoa Can-Can Dark Purple, and Aztec Red Velvet Verbena. The Bidens Sunbeam is an ever blooming annual with brilliant yellow flowers that the butterflies love! Calibrachoa Can-Can Dark Purple has stunning deep purple trumpet-shaped flowers with small evergreen pointy leaves. This plant grows in a trailing habit and will fill out any container. The Aztec Red Velvet Verbena has wonderful red flowers with white centers on small, dissected foliage. This verbena thrives in sunshine and heat and attracts hummingbirds. This trifecta of beautiful plants makes for a wonderful bowl of dazzling color!

Dichondra Silver Falls

Dichondra Silver Falls is a trailing annual that has a beautiful ruffled fan shaped silver foliage. It is grown for its foliage more than for a flower or bloom. It is heat and drought tolerant. While it looks delicate, it is hardy to 30 degrees and most found in zones 9a-11b. Hanging Baskets, container gardens or planted as a ground cover, you can expect the Dichondra Silver Falls to grow 2 to 3 inches tall and between 3 and 5 feet wide. Creekside Nursery sells the Dichondra Silver Falls in a 1 gallon container.