Seed grown red coneflower, bred in the Midwest. An excellent choice where a smaller sized plant is required.
Weeping larch is a very unique looking tree. Pendulous branches gracefully weep to the ground, looking like a waterfall pouring off a mountainside. Foliage is needle-like but very soft textured. Without training, the plant will not grow any taller, but will become more ground cover-like.
One of the most interesting of ornamental trees. Glossy foliage emerges in spring followed closely by fringy white flowers. Best flowering will occur with two plants as they are dioecious requiring male and female plants to produce blue berries. Plants are slightly fragrant.
Tiny foliage hugs the ground and forms around stones with this underused beauty. Beautiful blue-purple flowers in mid spring. Great for tough areas
Dark black foliage with purple spikey flowers. Foliage is larger than many other types. Spreads quickly if in a well drained garden.
Variegated foliage. Pink, green and white. Low growing ground cover can handle some shade but prefers morning sun.
Smaller foliage than other types of ajuga. Foliage has shades of green and purple. Purple flowers in mid spring.
Narrow upright hedge plant. Maple-like leaves are green in summer turning bright red in fall. Fruit is a shiny red. Can get Viburnum borer
Green foliage with new growth flushing red, hence the name redwing. Fall color returns a rich red. White flowers in late spring, early summer.
Loads of breathtaking berries that transform from green to shades of vivid pink and blue. Showy glossy leaves change to incredible dark maroon-red in autumn.