If you find yourself standing and staring in the garden center, wondering what to plant, you might want to pick up a bi-colored bloom. It is one flower that can give just the inspiration you need to get gardening.
Brian Lloyd from the Studio 5 Gardening Dream Team recommends the two-toned flowers as a strong starting point for the garden. He shares five favorite bi-color flowers with Studio 5.
AMERICANA WHITE SPLASH Zonal Geranium RAGTIME Petunia BLUE-EYED BEAUTY African Daisy BORDEAUX Petunia LEMON SLICE Calibrachoa