Home to two independent regions that bear entirely different landscapes and experiences, Malaysia is truly unique. Our Malaysia travel infographic for first-timers covers the best of both and how to make the most of each of them.
The Easiest Roses You Can Grow: Knock Out Perhaps the best-known landscape rose, 'Knock Out' bears masses of cherry-red blooms over dark red foliage. It's disease resistant and blooms all season long. Size: To 3 feet tall Zones:
Plants: Perennial Hibiscus Perennial hibiscus may look like a tender tropical plant, but it's hardy enough to withstand winters to Zone This giant plant bears flowers in stunning shades of red, pink, and white on stems that reach 7 feet or more tall
Crabapple exceptional fall color and great disease resistance as well. Name: Malus selections Size: From 6 to 30 feet tall and wide, depending on variety Zones: Standout Varieties: 'Prairifire' has dark pink flowers, reddish-purple foliage, and great d
Favorite Small Trees= flowering dogwood bears pink or white springtime flowers, bright red fruits in late summer, and outstanding purple-red fall foliage. An understory tree, it does well in partial shade
Best Perennials for Shade Toad Lily Put on a fall show with shade plant toad lily (Tricyrtis). This easy-to-grow perennial offers unique flowers that are often compared to orchids. Many are spotted with shades of purple or blue.
Best Plants for Landscape Edging Japanese forestgrass. One of the few grasses that thrives in shade, Japanese forest grass forms compact mounds of gracefully arching foliage. It's an amazing accent along the edges of a bed or border.
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