Pantone's colour of the year: Peach Fuzz and the plants that match

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  • 02 January 2024

 As we delve into a new year, it’s time to explore the latest colour trends and how they can be incorporated into the landscape. The most known colour trend is the Pantone Colour of the Year. This year, the colour is Peach Fuzz. 
Peach Fuzz is a warm, inviting shade representing optimism, creativity, and vitality. It’s an excellent choice to add some vibrancy to any outdoor space. We’ve selected some stunning plants that perfectly complement this colour. 

Cotinus Young Lady 

This exceptionally handsome, rich flowering Cotinus has Peach Fuzz written all over it. The fuzzy, peachy pink flower plumes will steal the show in any landscape or outdoor space. Cotinus Young Lady has roundish green leaves that colour yellow/red in autumn and produces gorgeous flowers in big plumes. The flowering period is from May to October. Young Lady is hardy to -23 ºC and can also be used as cut foliage. 
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Heuchera Kassandra

Heuchera Kassandra has beautiful, big, strong orange-peach-like foliage. She is a cross between the famous 'Caramel' and 'Mocha', resulting in not only strong leaves but also stunning colours throughout the year. Kassandra is multi-applicable: in a pot, as a garden plant, for public green, in full sun, semi-shade, or shade.

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Dahlia Mystic Fantasy 

Mystic Fantasy has been bred by the well-known breeder Keith Hammett from New Zealand. The flowers are flamingo pink with a soft yellow glow and dark heart. The peach tones contrast beautifully with the dark centre and will create a mystical scene wherever planted. This Mystic Fantasy is a fashionable combination of glossy dark leaves with a striking flower.

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Salix Flamingo 

Salix Flamingo creates an impressive peach-coloured display with its beautiful, deep, peach-like pink shoots in spring. Flamingo is a well-liked small willow variety, cherished for its showy spring foliage. Its leaves display an eye-catching blend of green and white patterns with vibrant flamingo-pink tips. During the summer, the leaves transition to a green hue, and in autumn, the dropping leaves unveil striking coral-orange stems. Before the re-emergence of foliage in spring, yellow catkins appear on the tree.

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Isoplexis Bella 

Isoplexis 'Bella' is a beauty of a plant. From May to October, you can enjoy the beautiful peach-like apricot-coloured flowers. 'Bella' is a very compact plant of approx. 60 cm high and 30 cm wide, it can be used well in smaller containers. 'Bella' flowers are abundant and well-branched. Because of the rich bloom, this plant is very valuable for biodiversity.

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