Pixie grows moderately upright making it great for shade screening, or an expensive hedge. Palmate foliage looks similar to that of Bloodgood, but the tree itself is much more upright and slow growing. Excellent red fall color.
Dark black foliage with purple spikey flowers. Foliage is larger than many other types. Spreads quickly if in a well drained garden.
Dark, bluish purple foliage hugs the ground. The more sun the darker the color. Drought tolerant. Mauve-pink flowers in late summer, early fall. A great ground cover to mix into the perennial border.
Purplish foliage on an upright Sedum. Deep pink flowers in fall are visited by bees and butterflies.
Dark purple foliage hugs the ground to make a beautiful ground cover. Pink flowers contrast the foliage in mid summer. Prefers a well drained location.
Deep pink flowers over purplish foliage. Makes a great perennial ground cover for in front of Echinacea and Sisyrinchium. Very drought tolerant.
Deep green to purple foliage stays looking great all season. Fall tones of deep red enhance its beauty. White to pink flowers in summer invite hummingbirds and bees galore.
Green foliage with red tints throughout. White flowers in summer attract lots of pollinators. Wonderful perennial for the middle of the border.
Dark purple foliage with some shades of green make a nice mound. Mid-summer golden yellow daisy shaped flowers flush out of the foliage. ‘Britt-Marie Crawford’ loves a good amount of moisture and pairs well with Astilbes
Green, heavily dissected foliage had tints of purple in new growth. Dinner plate sized true red flowers in summer. One of the last plants to emerge in spring. Be patient. It’s probably not dead!