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Discussion in 'HortForum' started by davidleith, Jun 5, 2003.
I am looking for either annuals or perenials that have orange / bronze flowers. Even a vine?
There are some fanatstic orange begonias. I got mine at Sunnyside nursery in Tsawwassen. Also, New Guinea impatiens come in orangey shades.
What about the Aquilegia formosa in this picture:
There's a heuchera that has reddish-orange flowers. They may be more red than you want, though - my colour memory isn't that good. Or some of the astilbes (particularly after the flowers have dried!). I've never bought one that had the advertised flower colour though.
Annuals-Orange Tuberous Begonias, Fibrous begonias can have bronze foliage,Coleus,Pansies,Abutilon
Perennials--Astilbe, bronze foliage,
In regards to vines, a nice orange flower is Orange Clock Vine (Thunbergia gibsonii) and also Orange Honeysuckle (Lonicera ciliosa).