10 Colorful Plants To Grow In Your Garden That Aren't Flowers

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Coleus:

They thrive in partial shade and can be grown as annuals or houseplants in cooler climates.

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Japanese Maple:

They add a touch of elegance and beauty to any garden, particularly in the fall when their leaves turn fiery hues.

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Heuchera:

They are hardy perennials that thrive in partial shade and add texture and interest to garden beds and containers.

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Croton:

They are tropical plants that thrive in warm climates or as houseplants in cooler regions.

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Hosta: 

They are easy to grow and add texture and color to shady areas of the garden.

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Loropetalum:

They thrive in full sun to partial shade and add year-round interest to garden borders and landscapes.

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Canna Lily:

While they do produce flowers, it's the colorful foliage that makes them stand out in the garden.

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Caladium

They thrive in partial shade and add a pop of color to shady garden areas or containers.

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Phormium:

They add architectural interest and color to garden borders and landscapes.

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Dusty Miller:

They thrive in full sun and are often used as a backdrop for colorful flowers.

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