Ajuga, bugleweed Ajuga, bugleweed (Ajuga reptans) A very low-growing groundcover with bronzy-green to purple foliage and tiny blue or rosy trumpet-shaped flowers in mid-spring. Forms a dense mat in damp areas under trees--a nice alternative to the ubiquitous Asian jasmine. Can take some drought once it's been established for a while. (Photo: Frank Vincentz)
Cordyline plants (Cordyline fruticosa) add landscape color inside and out, cordyline leaves range from (red, purple, bronze, or pink) Red Star [LEARN MORE]
Kniphofia 'Poco Red' is a great container or small garden plant. Coral-red flowers bloom all summer into fall. Flowers are nectar-filled and beloved by pollinators.
Coreopsis 'Cherry Lemonade' - Bright, feathery golden foliage starts a long season of interest even before the clear red flowers arrive. Blooms and blooms! Grows easily as a low mound.
Dendromecon harfordii, Island Bush Poppy, but the actual flower color is yellow, not orange.
Whale’s Tongue agave (A. ovatifolia) I love how some agave look, but its really hard to find any for sale in Florida that are not the 2 varieties common here. I think given our sandy soil and how dry it can get sometimes that these would grow fairly well. I could see planting some and showing people how you can grow a beautiful garden with no irrigation.
Photo of Rock Rose (Helianthemum nummularium 'Ben Nevis') uploaded by growitall
Spartium junceum - Spanish Broom Have this in the front, but it's RED :)