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A Garden with Magic and Mystery

Add a unique touch of color and drama to your garden by adding black flowers and plants. These plants can also be grown in containers. First thing first, black plants are not really black, but dark purple, deep burgundy, maroon or red.

Black petunias, Midnight Ruffle Helleborous, tulips and black iris are a few popular options for a beautiful dark flower choice. These type of flowers and plants of black color can transform any garden or container garden in an exquisite way, they add a tropical touch and look exceptional when grown with other bright colored plants. Don't be afraid to turn to the dark side!

Find yourself intrigued? Call us and let us help add some drama to your garden space!

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