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November 17, 2019

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Air Plant Tillandsia
1. Melanocrater Tricolor
Tillandsia tricolor has bright green leaves and castaneous (dark brown) leaf sheaths (bases) and, interestingly, the transition between the two has many small brown spots...   Click to display n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Unknown
Tillandsia tricolor
2. Tricolor
    Click to display n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Unknown
Beech (European) Fagus sylvatica
3. Tricolor Beech ('Roseomarginata')
Tricolor is a slow growing variety with a spreading habit and with elliptic, wavy edged leaves. Tricolor has purple leaves marked with white and pink....   Click to display n/a 25'-40' 15'-20' 5-7 7 Gallon
Caricature plant Graptophyllum pictun
4. Tricolor
Like all New Guinea natives, the Caricature Plant is immune to the effects of heat and humidity. The handsome, textured foliage holds its color through...   Click to display n/a 18"-30" 18"-30" 9-11 6" Green
Flax (Mountain) Phormium cookianum
5. Tricolor
Arching foliage with centers of green, broad cream stripes and yellow margins is often touching the ground or container. One of the more cold-hardy cultivars...   Click to display n/a n/a   24"-36" 24"-30" 9-11 10" Terra Cotta
Geranium (Exotic) Pelargonium
6. Tricolor
Tricolor is a unique zonal that showcases variegated foliage of three distinct colors.   Click to display 12"-12" 10" n/a 4˝" White
Morning Glory Ipomoea tricolor
7. Heavenly Blue
HEIRLOOM! The classic morning glory. Magnificent and cheerful 5” blooms are bright sky-blue with creamy white throats. Fast-growing, large vines with attractive foliage. Very easy...   Click to display 8'-12' 36"-48" 9 4" Green
Sage (Tricolor Common) Salvia officinalis 
8. Tricolor
Classy and different, the purple parts of 'Tricolor's white-edged, variegated foliage turn pink in cool weather. Showy lilac-blue flower spikes in summer.   Click to display 10"-12" 10"-12" 5-11 4˝" White
Sedum (Creeping) Sedum spurium coccineum
9. Dragon's Blood Tricolor
Fleshy leaves have bright variegation. Clusters of rosy-pink flowers.   Click to display 4" 12" 4-8 4˝" White
Sweet Potato Vine (Ornamental) Ipomoea batatas 
10. Tricolor
Tricolor Sweet Potato Vine's attractive spiny heart-shaped leaves remain dark green in color with showy pink variegation and tinges of light green throughout the season.   Click to display n/a 4"-8" 24" 10-11 4˝" White

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