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11 Beautiful Plants in Marsala: Pantone's Color of The Year


MAKE MAGENTA THE STAR OF YOUR GARDEN IN 2015

According to Leatrice Eiseman, the Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute, "Marsala enriches pantoneour mind, body and soul, exuding confidence and stability. Marsala is a subtly seductive shade, one that draws us in to its embracing warmth.

Enriches the mind, body and soul??? Sounds A LOT like gardening to us! Anyone that has lost an hour in their garden, showed up to their big event with muddy nails, or said themselves, "I'll find a spot for it somewhere" can attest to the seductive power of plants.

Now the experts at Pantone have matched our feelings about plants to a color that can be found EVERYWHERE in the landscape. Coincidence? We think not....

While Marsala is a common color in the landscape, below we highlight 15 plants that really POP with Marsala! Enjoy! Simply click on each plant name to learn more about each variety of plant.

11 Beautiful Plants in Marsala


Trees & Shrubs

1. Japanese Maples

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2. Black Lace Elderberry

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3. Weigela 'Dark Horse'

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4. Oakleaf Hydrangea

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Annuals & Perennials

1. Coral Bells

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2. Perennial Grasses - Panicum 'Shenandoah'

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3. Sedum

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4. Clematis Madam Julia Correvon

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5. Daylily

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6. Dianthus

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7. Sweet Caroline Bewitched Sweet Potato Vine

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All of the lovely plants above can be used throughout your landscape to create a colorful, seasonal outdoor living area. Mix-N-Match to make the most of texture, seasonal color and size. We can help! For now considering including some of plants below to compliment the Marsala-rich plants listed above.


For those you that are interested in searching for more plants in marsala, try our Plantfinder Tool or visit our Pinterest Page!

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