A versatil perennial grass for sun or shade. Very distinguished by its large flat spikelets, oat-like seed heads. Excellent for dried flowers arrangements.
Boston Ivy grows quickly in every way. If not given support, it will become a great looking ground cover. It will climb brick walls like Wrigley Field.
Lime green foliage with fragrant white flowers. Morning sun will make the foliage brighter.
Irregular red spotted foliage. Base of foliage is chartreuse. Requires good drainage.
Caramel to orange colored foliage with darker veins. Veins fade as foliage matures and the entire plant is a striking caramel color.
Ruby red flowers above deep green foliage. A solid performer with great summer flower color. Hummingbirds are attracted to the flowers
Shiny black foliage holds up well in the landscape. Mixed with lighter colored varieties to show off it’s foliage best. Strong performer
Perennial plant of the year back in 1991. Still one of, if not the best performer of the Coralbells. Excellent in shade and pretty good in sun. Will be a lighter shade of purple in full sun.
Silvery purple foliage on a tough Heuchera. Prefers good drainage for best performance.
Ruffled purple foliage. Stays in a nice mound. Prefers well drained soils