Fayetteville Square flowers offer stunning color combinations.

‘Bishop of Llandaff’ dahlia with monarch.

More beautiful combinations using coleus and purple oxalis.
‘Black Pearl’ ornamental pepper, used in several locations, was a standout among other plants.
Black Elephant Ear, zinnias and coleus are bright and beautiful.
Flame Flower Vine, Senecio confusus, has very bright orange-red flowers and attracts clouds of butterflies

A recent afternoon stroll around the Square yielded some wonderful photos of plants combinations. Also, a black-leafed ornamental pepper really caught my eye, so I’ll have to have ‘Black Pearl’ for my garden. It will have to be grown as an annual. Their use of the flame flower vine, Senecio confusus, was so beautiful. Enjoy!

8 thoughts on “Fayetteville Square flowers offer stunning color combinations.

  1. Lynn, I enjoy your posts so much. It’s good to see what’s on the F’ville Square. I miss that since I’m back in central Arkansas. Keep up the good work!

    • Hi Shelly, good to hear from you. thanks. The Square is really pretty. Botanical Garden of the Ozarks also looks really pretty in October. Our maples are just about at their peak. Hope you are doing well.

  2. A lovely selection of coleus. I’m always attracted to them in the nursery in the spring but I simply have no luck with them. I think our air is to arid, because even in full shade they do not do well.

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