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.
‘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.
This groundcover takes over shady areas very well. Purple flowers in spring are a delight. Green foliage holds on most of the winter
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.
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.
White centers with green edges. Dark purple flowers
Early April fragrant white spikey flowers. Evergreen foliage looks shiny and deep green all year round.
Horizontal branching with repeat white blooms in spring and summer. Blooms last most of the summer if plant is properly moist.
Horizontal branching distinguishes this shrub from all others. White lacecap flowers sit comfortably above the foliage in late spring. Best with some shade and consistent moisture.
Large oak leaf shaped foliage. Bright white flowers in late summer age to a dusky pink. Prefers some afternoon shade.