One of the most interesting of ornamental trees. Glossy foliage emerges in spring followed closely by fringy white flowers. Best flowering will occur with two plants as they are dioecious requiring male and female plants to produce blue berries. Plants are slightly fragrant.
Bright yellow foliage hugs the ground and looks great between pavers
Dark green fine textured foliage looks great planted between pavers or in any area with good moisture.
White flowers above variegated foliage
Early April fragrant white spikey flowers. Evergreen foliage looks shiny and deep green all year round.
Mat forming groundcover for shade to part shade. Dainty white flowers in early spring. Prefers moisture or will defoliate early. Foliage is very aromatic especially when dry.
White creeping phlox with pink centers.
Thick, broad green foliage emerges in spring. White bell shaped flowers bring fragrance to the garden in early spring. Loves a dry shady location. All parts of this plant are poisonous
Small in all of its parts. Small foliage, small blooms and reliable red foliage.
Often called Dwarf Fountain Grass, but it actually grows fairly large. Large beige bottle brush like flowers over green arching foliage. Foliage turns yellow in fall