Seed grown red coneflower, bred in the Midwest. An excellent choice where a smaller sized plant is required.
Ernest Markham has a great reddish color with fading center that gives a great multi-colored effect. Like all Clematis, works best with shade around the roots. Do it a favor and plant perennials around the base of the trellis to shade the roots.
Tiny red and white flowers look like little angels dancing under the leaves. Bright green foliage with red veins. Excellent ground cover for dry areas in deep shade.
Green foliage with red edges turns more red as fall creeps in. Red seed heads float above the foliage late summer
Reliably red foliage from mid summer until fall. Red seeds above the foliage. Great old school plant.
Extremely large red flowers are exceptional come bloom time. Flowers are soft. Foliage is wider than others of the species.
Fine textured maiden grass. This grass is a very late bloomer so some years no plumes will be seen. When it does flower in a late fall, flowers can be red-purple changing to brown. Fall color can be spectacular purples and oranges
Thick vertical foliage turns purple to red in fall. Silvery red plumes
Native grass that dislikes irrigation. Prefers well drained to dry soils. Salt tolerant. Purple flowers in summer are extremely showy.
Reddish pink flowers with a white stripe down the center. Unique and beautiful.