Toucan Scarlet canna is a smaller version of the classic canna, growing 3 to 4 feet tall. It’s a perfect size canna for container gardens. Here it’s planted with Vermillionaire firecracker plant (orange flowers) and purple annual salvia.
This contemporary living room features a glass coffee table positioned in front of a round-back black leather chair with a metal pedestal stand. Orange flowers add a pop of color, while a gold overhead light fixture gives the space a finishing touch.
Warm yellow-striped wallpaper and lighting create an inviting relaxing space in which to entertain company in this traditional living room. Silhouette profile wall art in a warm blue and orange flowers in a blue vase provide pops of color in the otherwise monochromatic room.
A subtle mix of patterns in the headboard, throw pillows, bedding and curtains add a soft, textural interest to this bedroom without overwhelming the light, casual feel of the space. A vase of fresh-cut orange flowers adds a splash of color to the neutral room.
An exotic wood table with a graphic accordion base is topped with a round acrylic mirror, creating an entryway with fun, contemporary flair. A tall vase of bold orange flowers is counter-balanced by a low but weighty metal sculpture, forming an asymmetric arrangement that's clean and simple.
Canna lily plants explode with color from striking leaves and exotic flowers. This trio of canna lily varieties adds vivid color to any planting: Tropicanna canna (striped leaves and orange blooms), Tropicanna Gold (green and yellow striped leaves and yellow and orange flowers), and Tropicanna Black (dark leaves and red blooms).
The beautiful variegation of this hutch's wood, which is arranged in a herringbone pattern, makes the piece a stunning focal point in this bedroom. An arrangement of orange flowers, a silver set, a seashell sculpture and silhouette artwork top the hutch, ensuring guests can't take their eyes off this intriguing bedroom wall.
High contrast black and white stripes trick the eye into seeing more light in this space and create a bold backdrop for the bright, kelly green L-shaped bench. A stark white modern dining table shines against the striped walls and dark hardwood floor. A black and white vase fits the motif perfectly to display orange flowers bringing a pop of accent color.
English Rose 'Crown Princess Margareta' Climbing
Color: apricot orange
Fragrance: strong fruity perfume of the tea rose type
Repeat bloom: excellent
Climbing height: 9 ft to 11 ft,
Shrub size 5 ft tall x 4 1/2 ft wide
Design Tip: English Rose climbers are perfect for small arches. They are not overly rambunctious. English Roses flower from the ground up for blooms head to toe.
When planting perennials in your meadow, arrange them in drifts (clusters of three or more plants) to mimic Mother Nature’s planting schemes. This native perennial is ‘Crazy Cayenne’ Coreopsis verticillata, which opens sizzling orange flowers from spring to fall frost. Look for coreopsis varieties with blossoms in shades including red, gold, maroon, white and bicolor blends. A tough-as-nails performer, coreopsis is hardy in Zones 5-9.
Roll out the welcome mat for butterflies with one of their favorite flowers: butterfly weed (Asclepias tuberosa). Nectar- and pollen-laden blossoms beckon other pollinators, too, including bees, hummingbirds and other insects. Orange flowers are standard, but you can find varieties with yellow blooms, such as ‘Hello Yellow.’ A native plant, butterfly weed offers summer-long bloom when you remove the first round of spent flowers. Plants are slow to wake up in spring. Consider marking the spot to avoid disturbing still-dormant plants with early spring gardening. Deer- and rabbit-resistant plants grow 24 inches tall and wide. Hardy in Zones 3-9.
Fill your home with the sweet scent of orange blossoms year round by growing orange jasmine (Murraya paniculata). This bloomer opens its white waxy flowers throughout the year. Bright light coaxes best flowering. Place plants near a sunny southern window.
Best used as ground cover, Wheeler’s Dwarf Japanese Mock Orange is known for producing small scented flowers with orange coloring. When grown in partial to full sun, the ground cover can reach 3 feet in height and 5 feet in width.