‘Touch of Class’ is a unique perennial with white and green variegated foliage. Plant differs from ‘Stairway to Heaven’ by it’s lack of pink in the foliage. Outstanding variety for the shade garden.
Light blue flowers cover the plant in early spring.
Tiny foliage hugs the ground and forms around stones with this underused beauty. Beautiful blue-purple flowers in mid spring. Great for tough areas
Compact form of speedwell with blue-purple flower spikes in late spring. Plants prefer not to have overhead irrigation or they may develop black spots.
Grass-like foliage spreads slowly. Blue-purple flowers with bright chartreuse throats in summer. Small bees like to visit and pollinate.
Dainty bluish-pink flowers dance above the foliage in summertime. Needs a well drained site or it will most likely rot. Butterflies love this plant.
Sky blue flowers on a medium sized salvia. Larger flowers than other varieties. A great color to mix with yellows and oranges.
Blue flowers accompany the large white spotted foliage. Flowers start pink and change to blue, sometimes offering both colors at once. Great plant for dry shade.
Small, sky blue flower spikes cover this plant in early spring. A shorter variety. Sage scented foliage is one of the first things to emerge in spring.
Early season pollinating plant! Dark blue flowers on a compact plant. Calyces stay purple after giving it a longer season of interest.