Horticulture Magazine

52 Vibrant Orange-Flowering Plants

lots of orange flowers

Combining the powerful energy of red with the happiness of yellow, the colour orange is said to represent enthusiasm, joy, creativity and sunshine.

It is considered an energetic colour, believed by some to evoke feelings of courage and strength and passion within us. 

blossoming orange gerbera flowers
As they say, “Orange is the new black”!

Whether or not you buy into such beliefs, orange certainly is warm and inviting.

Many plants flower in this evocative colour, in all kinds of different shades.

So if you are ready to add a splash of excitement to your garden, we’ve put together some inspiration to help you choose the best plants with orange flowers for you.

Orange you glad we’re here to inspire you?

So, now that you’ve decided that introducing some plants with orange flowers into your garden is just what the doctor ordered it’s time to decide what plant to pick.

With so many options to choose from it could be hard to even know where to start but we’ve done the leg work, so you don’t have to.

We have put together a list of inspirations with different types of plants and varying shades of orange to help you find just what your garden needs.

1) Mexican Sunflowers

mexican sunflowers in the garden
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Tithonia rotundifolia
  • PLANT TYPE: ANNUAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H2
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER / AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN

Let’s kick things off with this fiery little number, the Mexican sunflower.

These free-flowering annuals grow anywhere from three to eight feet tall and bloom in an impactful and delightfully deep reddy-orange.

These sun worshipping, spicy, showy plants are ideal for beginners; they can grow in most soil types and require very little care.

Mexican sunflowers also attract butterflies and with their height bring them right up to eye level giving your garden an extra layer of magic.

2) Nasturtiums

a salad bowl topped with nasturtiums
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Tropaeolum majus
  • PLANT TYPE: ANNUAL CLIMBER
  • HARDINESS RATING: H3
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER / AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN

Coming in an array of oranges from peachy yellow, all the way to burnt orange, nasturtiums are cheerful, quick and easy to grow, annual flowers.

Not only do these plants sport beautifully bright greenery and produce a delightful scent, but all parts of the plants are edible, making them an intriguing addition to salads.

Because of how rapidly they grow, these plants are also perfect if you are trying to encourage children to give gardening a go.

They are perfect plants for growing in containers but also make brilliant ground cover plants.

3) Iceland Poppy

bowl shaped icelandic poppies
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Papaver nudicaule
  • PLANT TYPE: ANNUAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H7
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN

Blossoming in creamy peaches, yellow-oranges and simple oranges, this delicate-looking perennial plant shows that orange can also bring a sense of charm to your garden.

Flowering in late spring to early summer, the Iceland poppy usually grows no more than two feet in height and will attract birds, bees and butterflies to your garden.

The Icelandic poppy also comes in a variety of other colours, meaning that combining it with other colours is a great way to introduce more colour to your garden whilst keeping orange as the centre of attention.

4) Asiatic Lily

close up of fritillaria bulbs
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Lilium
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: Orange Summer; Sunset Joy
  • PLANT TYPE: BULB
  • HARDINESS RATING: H6
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN

Lillies are a real statement in any garden, and the orange Asiatic lily is no different.

This boastful orange bloomer brings with it romance and drama and will also harmonise with other plants in shades of pinks and blues and pale yellows.

Blooming in late spring to mid-summer, these lilies are usually unscented, but what they lack in scent they certainly make up in style.

The key to these plants is to make sure you choose a location for them that will allow them to have at least six hours of sunlight.

They are largely unfussy about soil, but in the right spot, this pretty perennial will reward you with beautiful, bountiful blooms that are guaranteed to impress.

5) Crown Imperial 

bright orange asiatic lillies with spikey green leaves
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Fritillaria imperialism
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: AURORA
  • PLANT TYPE: BULB
  • HARDINESS RATING: H7
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN OR PART SHADE
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

If you are keen to add something a little bit different and unique to your garden, then fritillaria is the plant for you.

This bulbous perennial with its narrow, spiky crown of green leaves and it’s dramatic bell-shaped orange flowers is a real show-stopper.

This plant will really give your garden the taste of the exotic.

Thriving in partial to full sunlight and blooming in spring, fritillaria bulbs will produce the best blooms when planted in moist solid and once established are relatively simple to care for.

Reaching up to four feet in height, these striking plants are perfect for borders, and in the right growing conditions will readily produce huge clumps and are guaranteed to spice up any garden.

6) Trumpet Vines

trumpet shaped campsis flowers
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Campsis radicans
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: INDIAN SUMMER
  • PLANT TYPE: CLIMBER
  • HARDINESS RATING: H4
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER / AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN

Also known as trumpet vines, these cocky climbers are fast-growing and will quickly cover fences and walls.

This vigorous, woody, deciduous plant blooms from late summer to autumn and adds real value to any garden.

Their whimsical, orange trumpet-shaped flowers are real head turners and, full of fun, they will truly bring a sense of joy to any garden.

Plant these beauties where they will have plenty of sunlight and a surface for them to climb and they will reward you with their blooming-gorgeous blooms.

7) African Marigolds

dark red and orange marigolds
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Tagetes erecta
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: HERO ORANGE
  • PLANT TYPE: ANNUAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H2
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER / AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN

This list could not be complete without the marvellous marigold.

A firm favourite among gardeners, this no-fuss annual will bring the colour of sunshine to your garden. 

Plant them in well-draining soil where they can enjoy full sunlight and their flowers will flourish from late-spring to autumn.

Marigolds are fast-growing and attract butterflies, bees and ladybirds and make a fine companion for vegetable patches as they can help protect them from pests.

This flamboyant flower is easy to grow, making it perfect for a kids’ project or new gardeners.

8) Yellow Sage

tiny orange flowers of lantana camara
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Lantana camara
  • PLANT TYPE: SHRUB
  • HARDINESS RATING: H1C
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SPRING / SUMMER / AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN

9) Pansy

matrix orange pansies
  • BOTANICAL NAME: VIOLA
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: F1 Frizzle Sizzle Orange; Matrix Orange (Pictured)
  • PLANT TYPE: BIENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H5-H7
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: WINTER / SPRING
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN OR PART SHADE

10) Tulips

cairo tulips in bloom
  • BOTANICAL NAME: TULIPA
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: Cairo (Pictured); Ballerina; Orange Sun
  • PLANT TYPE: BULBS
  • HARDINESS RATING: VARIES
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SPRING
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

11) Chinese Lantern

chinese lanterns hanging from a branch
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Physalis alkekengi
  • PLANT TYPE: HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H7
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN OR PART SHADE
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

12) Calendula

orange flowers of a calendula bush
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Calendula officinalis
  • PLANT TYPE: ANNUAL / BIENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H5
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER / AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN OR PART SHADE

13) Montbretia

Crocosmia Lucifer in a cottage garden
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Crocosmia ‘Lucifer’
  • PLANT TYPE: BULBS
  • HARDINESS RATING: H5
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN OR PART SHADE
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

14) Zinnia

orange king zinnia in a garden landscape
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: Orange King (Pictured)
  • PLANT TYPE: ANNUAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H2
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN

15) California Poppies

Eschscholzia californica flowers
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Eschscholzia californica
  • PLANT TYPE: ANNUAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H3
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN

16) Geums

Geum coccineum borisii flowers
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: Borisii (Pictured)
  • PLANT TYPE: PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H7
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SPRING / SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN

17) Oriental Poppy

closeup of an oriental poppy with shades of red and orange
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Papaver orientale
  • PLANT TYPE: HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H7
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SPRING / SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

18) Canna Lily

deep orange canna lilies in a large garden with tall trees in the background
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: PHASION
  • PLANT TYPE: HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H3
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER / AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

19) Common Orange Daylily

common orange daylilies
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Hemerocallis
  • PLANT TYPE: HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H7
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN OR PART SHADE

20) Red Hot Pokers

Red Hot Poker Kniphofia Elvira
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Kniphofias
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: ELVIRA (PICTURED)
  • PLANT TYPE: HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H5
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN OR PART SHADE

21) Begonia

nonstop orange begonia flowers
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: Nonstop Orange (Pictured); Orange Rubra
  • PLANT TYPE: HOUSEPLANT / PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: VARIES
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: VARIES
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; PART SHADE

22) Foxtail Lilies

upright flowers of Eremurus 'Cleopatra' Foxtail Lily
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Eremurus
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: CLEOPATRA (PICTURED)
  • PLANT TYPE: HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H6
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN

23) Gerbera Daisy

orange gerbera daisy flowers in a small pot
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: SWEET SUNSET
  • PLANT TYPE: HOUSEPLANT / PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H3
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SPRING / SUMMER / AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN

24) Witch Hazel

Hamamelis x intermedia Orange Peel flowers in winter
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Hamamelis x intermedia
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: ORANGE PEEL (PICTURED)
  • PLANT TYPE: SHRUB
  • HARDINESS RATING: H5
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: WINTER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN OR PART SHADE

25) Bird of Paradise

Bird of Paradise (Strelitzia reginae) in a greenhouse
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Strelitzia reginae
  • PLANT TYPE: HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL / HOUSEPLANT
  • HARDINESS RATING: H1B
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: WINTER / SPRING
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN OR PART SHADE
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

26) Stalked Bulbine

Stalked Bulbine in flower
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Bulbine frutescens
  • PLANT TYPE: HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H3
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: YEAR-ROUND
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN

27) Butterfly Weed

orange flowering butterfly weed
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Asclepias tuberosa
  • PLANT TYPE: PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H4
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER / AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN

28) Carnation

yellow and orange carnations in bloom
  • BOTANICAL NAME: DIANTHUS
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: SUPER TROUPER
  • PLANT TYPE: HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H7
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SPRING / SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN

29) Chrysanthemum

chrysanthemum flowers
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: SICARDO ORANGE
  • PLANT TYPE: HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H3
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

30) Cosmos

two bold Cosmos sulphureus flowers
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Cosmos sulphureus
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: Tango; Cosmic Orange
  • PLANT TYPE: ANNUAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H3
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER / AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN

31) Sneezeweed

tall Helenium 'Chipperfield Orange' flowers
  • BOTANICAL NAME: HELENIUM
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: Chipperfield Orange (Pictured)
  • PLANT TYPE: PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H7
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER / AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN

32) Iris

Bearded Iris 'Carnival Time'
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: Orange Harvest; Carnival Time (Pictured)
  • PLANT TYPE: HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H7
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SPRING / SUMMER / AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN

33) Peruvian Lily

orange Peruvian lilies
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Alstroemeria aurea
  • PLANT TYPE: HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H4
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN OR PART SHADE

34) Lion’s Tail

closeup of Leonotis leonurus (Lion's Tail)
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Leonotis leonurus
  • PLANT TYPE: SHRUB
  • HARDINESS RATING: H2
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: AUTUMN / WINTER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN

35) Rose

single just joey rose up close
  • BOTANICAL NAME: ROSA
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: Just Joey (Pictured); Pat Austin; Super Trouper; Grace
  • PLANT TYPE: SHRUB
  • HARDINESS RATING: H6
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER / AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

36) Blanket Flower

yellowish-orange blanket flowers starting to bloom
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Gaillardia grandiflora
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: DAZZLER
  • PLANT TYPE: PERENNIAL (GROWN AS AN ANNUAL)
  • HARDINESS RATING: H5
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER / AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN

37) Blackberry Lily

blackberry lily flowers
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Belamcanda chinensis
  • PLANT TYPE: HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H7
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN OR PART SHADE

38) Lace Aloe

flowering lace aloe in a gravel covered garden
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Aloe aristata
  • PLANT TYPE: CACTI / HOUSEPLANT
  • HARDINESS RATING: H3
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; INDIRECT SUNLIGHT

39) Dahlia

globe shaped dahlia flowers with intricate petals
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: Jodie Wilkinson
  • PLANT TYPE: HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H3
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER / AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

40) Foxgloves

peach and red coloured foxglove flowers in upright blooms
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Digitalis purpurea
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: Dalmation Peach
  • PLANT TYPE: BIENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H5
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN OR PART SHADE
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

41) Rhododendron

Azalea 'Gibraltar' (Rhododendron x hybrida)
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: GIBRALTAR
  • PLANT TYPE: SHRUB
  • HARDINESS RATING: H6
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SPRING
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN OR PART SHADE
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

42) Peanut Cactus

peanut cactus with light red/orange flowers
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Echinopsis chamaecereus
  • PLANT TYPE: CACTI
  • HARDINESS RATING: H3
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

43) Crocus

Crocus angustifolius flowers poking through the snow in early spring
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Crocus angustifolius
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: CLOTH-OF-GOD
  • PLANT TYPE: BULBS
  • HARDINESS RATING: H6
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SPRING
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

44) Staghorn Cinquefoil

Staghorn Cinquefoil flowers with colours of red and light orange
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Potentilla × tonguei
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: Hopley’s Orange
  • PLANT TYPE: HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H5
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

45) Orange Ball Tree

Buddleja globosa with circular flowers
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Buddleja globosa
  • PLANT TYPE: SHRUB
  • HARDINESS RATING: H5
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN OR PART SHADE
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

46) California Fuchsia

Epilobium canum in flower
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Epilobium canum
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: WESTERN HILLS
  • PLANT TYPE: HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H4
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER / AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

47) Yarrow

Achillea millefolium terracotta
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Achillea millefolium
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: Terracotta (Pictured)
  • PLANT TYPE: HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL
  • HARDINESS RATING: H7
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER / AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: EXPOSED; FULL SUN

48) Star of Bethlehem

open orange flowers of Ornithogalum dubium
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Ornithogalum dubium
  • PLANT TYPE: BULBS
  • HARDINESS RATING: H2
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: WINTER / SPRING
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

49) Indian Mallows

Indian mallows in focus
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Abutilon
  • NOTABLE VARIETIES: ORANGE GLOW
  • PLANT TYPE: SHRUB
  • HARDINESS RATING: H2
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SPRING / SUMMER / AUTUMN
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

50) Golden Opal Flower

Golden Opal Flowers in bright yellow, red and orange
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Lachenalia flava
  • PLANT TYPE: BULBS
  • HARDINESS RATING: H2
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: WINTER / SPRING
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

51) Golden Barberry

Berberis × stenophylla shrub with very small flowers
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Berberis × stenophylla
  • PLANT TYPE: SHRUB
  • HARDINESS RATING: H5
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SPRING
  • PREFERRED POSITION: FULL SUN OR PART SHADE
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

52) Barbados Snowdrop

Habranthus tubispathus covering a large area of ground
  • BOTANICAL NAME: Habranthus tubispathus
  • PLANT TYPE: BULBS
  • HARDINESS RATING: H2
  • FLOWERING MONTHS: SUMMER
  • PREFERRED POSITION: SHELTERED; FULL SUN
  • RHS AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

Why choose plants with orange flowers?

Including the colour orange in your garden can add a layer of excitement and intrigue.

And with such a spectrum of shades to choose from, with plants flowering in a lighter yellow-orange right through to punchy reddened orange, there will undoubtedly be a plant for you that will help take your garden to the next level.

Using a bold colour like orange also means you can introduce other bold colours to your garden as well, meaning you can go all out if you want to with bright reds and pinks and dazzling blues, making for an exciting and edgy garden.

Orange flowers are also brilliant if you have opted for a tropical theme for your garden, the warmth of the colour brings the taste of the exotic and transports you to balmy evenings in a far off land.

Orange is the happiest colour

It was Frank Sinatra himself who said: “Orange is the happiest colour” and we think he has a point. [source]

Orange flowers bring such a cheerful, sunny vibe to any garden and will complement so many other shades and hues. 

Hopefully you are now bursting with orange inspiration and ready to fill your garden with positive, energising tones that will keep you smiling day after day.

So what are you waiting for? Get out there and create the bold and beautiful garden you’ve been dreaming about!

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