Bright golden foliage looks more yellow with more sun. Brightens up any shady spot. Can creep aggresively.
Dark green foliage on meandering stems. Can be used as a groundcover or a verticle vine. White flowers appear as the plant gets older and are quite spectacular. If verticle is desired, plant near brick.
Slightly smaller than the species, this shrub has remarkable blue fruit after the spring white flowers. Birds love the fruit.
Great plant for screening hedges. Good fall colors of yellow, orange and red.
Semi-glossy foliage on an upright hedge like plant. White flowers in spring are followed by blue summer fruits. Fall colors of orange and sometimes red.
Fragrant foliage when crushed. Orange to red fall color is attractive. Excellent for slope stability.
Upright hedge plant. Dense with green foliage sometimes turning yellow in fall.
Mounded habit. Branches arch and intertwine. Shake one side of the plant and watch the whole plant jiggle like jello.
Little Henry is a useful native plant with lots of potential for the home landscape. It prefers moist soils and will tolerate wet conditions. Lightly scented, pure white flowers that shoot like fireworks in the early summer horizon. Green summer foliage changes to a brilliant multitude of oranges and reds in the fall
Dark green foliage on an all star shrub. Can handle Full sun to full shade. It has been trialed under crabapple trees and performed very well. Also has been trialed in the city where salt is an issue and it has done well. Great shrub!