Yesterday Today and Tomorrow, Brunfelsia grandiflora
The romantic name of yesterday today and tomorrow comes from the flowers that open purple, fade to lavender and then white – with all colors present at the same time on this beautiful shrub. One of the most unusual plants with purple flowers, yesterday today and tomorrow should be used more in South Florida landscaping…not just for its abundant multicolored flowers in rare blue tones, but also because it will bloom even in a partly shaded location. The deep violet, soft lavender and bright white blossoms appear on and off all year, more during warmer weather. Brunsfelsia contains toxins that, if ingested, affect humans, and, according to the ASPCA, is toxic to dogs, cats and horses. Keep this in mind when choosing a planting location.