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Petunia, calibrachoa, tuberous begonia, the herb lavender, gladiolas and lilacs are among plants with violet tones.
Starting this weekend festival vendors will also begin selling gladiolas and fragrant tuberoses, both of which are important in year-end prayers for ancestors, another cornerstone of Tet.
Plant summer flowering bulbs in sunny locations wherever a pop of color is needed or to fill in bare spots — coleus, cannas, dahlias, gladiolas and elephant ear (needs shade).
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