The Pig Squeek is an evergreen plant with thick rubbery green leaves that will make a bold statement in your garden. When the leaves are rubbed between the fingers, it makes a “pig squeek” noise, giving this plant its humorous and unusual name. Although it’s typically grown for it’s foliage, the Pig Squeek sports pink flowers that bloom in the spring and can be used in cut flower bouquets, perfect for those of you who love to bring the outdoors in. It thrives best in part to full shade and grows 12” tall and wide.
The charming Cardinal Flower plant has maroon foliage which are topped with bright red flower spikes in the summer months. It prefers full sun to part shade and grows 36” to 48” tall.
The Catchfly Firefly has airy flower stems that are dotted with double magenta flowers. They prefer well-drained soil and full sun. Growing 8” to 12” tall, the bloom during the summer months.