Nasturtium (tropaeolum majus): Your round-leaf plant is an annual known as Nasturtium that will climb or trail. It has round, green foliage and spurred blossoms in bright colors such as orange, red, or yellow as well as bi-colors and creamy white. Does best in sandy soil, full sun and regular water, but will tolerate some shade. Nasturtiums do not tolerate waterlogged soil and do not want much fertilizer. Leaves and flowers taste a bit like watercress and are edible, but we do not…
Dracaena Marginata Tricolor (dracena marginata tricolor): This appears to be a plant in the Dracaena family prized for its variegated foliage. It thrives in well-drained soil in bright, indirect light. Water when the soil feels dry down to your first knuckle and feed with a slow release fertilizer formulated for foliage plants.
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Moss Pink Phlox (phlox subulata): This looks like Moss Pink, a small perennial ground cover that grows just 6 inches tall with narrow, needle-like foliage and pink, white or lavender blooms in late spring or early summer. Cut back 50% after blooming to encourage another bloom cycle. Needs full to part sun, medium moisture, and the occasional fertilizing with an organic slow release product would be great, too. Thank you and Happy Gardening!
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Corn Stalk Dracaena (dracaena fragrans): Your plants appears to be a popular houseplant/tropical plant that thrives in well-drained soil in bright, indirect light indoors or filtered light outdoors. Prized for its corn stalk-like foliage and growth habit. Water when the soil feels dry down to your first knuckle and feed with a slow release fertilizer formulated for container plants. Outdoors provide partial shade. Does not tolerate frost conditions. Yours is a variegated variety.
Purple Shamrock (oxalis) - Best in shade as front-of-bed edging or ringing a shade shrub such as hydrangeas or rhododendrons. Also nice in a shady flower pot. Companion plants: Under Ferns, Cimicifuga or Variegated Solomon’s Seal.
Keep the fern in the same pots they come in, every other day submerge them in a 5 gallon bucket filled with cup of epson salts & 3 gallons of regular water until the soil stops bubbling, then hang up to drip dry. ferns will be dark green, glossy, and