Florida Sweetheart (1993): First caladium released and patented by the University of Florida and still popular.
Red Ruffles, USPP13,136 (2000): Strap-leafed caladium well-suited for mass planting.
Florida Moonlight, USPP14,565 (2002): Fancy-leafed caladium produced extensively for the bulb trade.
Royal Glissade® 'UF03-8-10' (2006): Coleus with excellent vigor and jagged, red-and-moss-green leaves.
Electric Lime® 'UF04-33-5' (2006): Coleus with lemon-lime leaves, grown in shade or full sun without fading.
Redhead 'UF06-4-6', USPP21,585 (2008): Most popular red-leafed coleus due to its deep-colored red leaves.
Royal Flush™ 'UF-18-49', USPP24,431 (2010): Fancy-leafed caladium well-suited for sun and shade and awarded one of the 'Best of the Best' at the Ohio State University Annual Cultivar Trial in 2013.
Tapestry™ 'UF-172', USPP24,432 (2010): Fancy-leafed caladium intended for use in large containers and awarded one of the 'Best of the Best' at the Ohio State University Annual Cultivar Trial in 2013.
Wasabi 'UF-08-4-3', USPP23,585 (2011): Coleus widely used in landscape due to bright leaves that don't fade.
Mayan™ Purple, Mayan™ White (2012): Non-invasive ruellia that do not set seed, are season-long, prolific bloomers, and were top performers in the Louisiana State AgCenter's 2014 trials.
Campfire ‘UF12-22-1’ (2015): Copper-colored coleus, exceptional branching and growth habit, and one of the top 20 new plants at the 2016 RHS Chelsea Flower Show.