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.
Orange new growth sets this variety apart. Thick semi-evergreen foliage is attractive year round. Vase shaped in habit, this is a great plant for any garden
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.
Evergreen groundcover that can creep over walls or crawl up them. Typically not seen as invasive in Illinois because of our winters. Other parts of the country it is not advised.
Bright golden foliage looks more yellow with more sun. Brightens up any shady spot. Can creep aggresively.
The ultimate landscaper plant. Can handle sun or shade, wet or dry. Does best in full sun though with good amounts of moisture. Also salt tolerant. White plumes in summer change to copper-brown.
Dwarf grass that stays low to the ground. Great matrix plant to interplant with short coneflowers and groundcovers like Mazus reptans or Veronica ‘Waterperry Blue’
The foliage is green during the summer, then turns a beautiful bronzy-red in fall. It provides the perfect backdrop for the brilliant gentian blue blooms which are present from late summer until the first hard frost.
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