Yellow

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Bright chartreuse foliage. Does not like water on leaves. Can handle some sun but prefers afternoon shade.

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Bright golden foliage brightens up a shady landscape. Pink heart-shaped flowers cover the stems creating quite the contrast.

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An excellent complement to hostas and woodland perennials, emerges with bright gold leaves. If given at least a few hours of sun a day, the foliage will remain yellow all summer.  In heavier shade, the foliage ranges from chartreuse to lime green. 

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Massive pink flowers bloom against the bright yellow foliage. Glowing orange spring foliage. Season long color. Deer resistant. Easy to grow.

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The show starts in earliest spring, when the new growth emerges bright candy apple red. As it matures, it turns pineapple yellow, and the new growth continues to emerge bright orange all season.

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Golden foliage is accented by hot pink summer flowers. Deer resistant. Low maintenance. Season long color.

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Bright golden foliage in spring stays yellow all season. Pink flowers in summer. Best if pruned to the ground each year.

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Lemony Lace® offers finely dissected foliage but in a cheery gold color to really light up your landscape. This North American native produces big clusters of white flowers in early spring before the foliage emerges, then bright yellow leaves take over, edged in red.

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Tiny Wine® Gold offers brilliant yellow new growth, small, refined foliage, and dozens of clusters of white-pink flowers in late spring.

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Summer blooming, drought tolerant shrub. Needs full sun to perform best. Best if pruned to the ground annually to create a fresh mound of bright green foliage.