Plant Search » List of Hardy Subtropical Plants
Habranthus (syn. Cooperanthus) robustus or pink rain lily. Narrow, bluish foliage rising to showy light pink to lavender-pink flowers in summer & fall.
Habranthus (syn. Cooperanthus) 'Snow White' is a rare white form of the rain lily blooming through summer and fall atop bluish foliage.
Haemanthus coccineus, known as the blood flower, blood lily or paintbrush lily, has dramatic orange-red flowers.
Haemanthus coccineus Baviaanskloof has dramatic orange-red flowers and burgundy speckling on the leaves.
Haemanthus coccineus Bulletrap has dramatic orange-red flowers and hails from a desert habitat.
Haemanthus coccineus Klawer has dramatic orange-red flowers that look like a shaving cream brush.
Haemanthus coccineus Lambert's Bay has dramatic orange-red flowers that look like a shaving cream brush.
Haemanthus multiflorus or blood flower produces fantastic red spheres 6-12 inches across in late summer! Like a fiery ornamental onion.
Hakonechloa macra 'Beni-Kaze' has green foliage that takes on striking red tones in the fall.
Hedychium coccineum produces deep orange fragrant tropical flowers with pink filaments atop tropical foliage.
‘Disney’ produces racemes of fragrant, red-orange flowers with tropical-looking foliage that provides interest all season long.
Hedychium coronarium is a great subtropical accent in the perennial border with tropical foliage and exotic, fragrant, white flowers.