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Once established, the bulbs are long lived and lend themselves to dividing and naturalizing in the landscape.
“Diane” witch hazel produces dark copper-red flowers in winter, providing quite a show against its bare branches.
This winter bloomer features white to pink to magenta flowers. All have purple markings at the base of the petals.
This compact conifer’s evergreen foliage can take on a bronzy tone in winter if grown in full sun.
With its stately form and upright needles, this conifer adds an aristocratic air to the garden.
The shrub — with hundreds of small, urn-shaped, magenta flowers — adds winter interest to the garden.
You can’t walk by this tree in the colder seasons without noticing its chestnut-brown peeling bark.
An excellent groundcover plant, this variety forms a flat, dense carpet of glossy chartreuse leaves.
This dwarf prostrate conifer is a year-round evergreen with bright green new growth in the spring.
This wild ginger keeps rust-brown flowers hidden under its foilage in the wintertime.
This native plant grows just as well in a garden bed as it does on a dead tree trunk or log.
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It’s a common wine grape, but in the Puget Sound region, it’s grown for its beauty — the fruit won’t ripen in our climate.
The round shrub’s bright red leaves in the fall will deepen in tone to burgundy as winter approaches.
This weeping tree is a striking specimen, holding its burgundy-red foliage color though the summer.
This cultivar has dark green branchlets that twist tightly and flatten into small overlapping fans.
This smokebush is known for its spectacular color — smoldering yellow-oranges, flaming reds and smoky red-purples.
This Donald Egolf selection is one of the most profusely flowered of all crabapple cultivars.
This bulb features large double lavender-pink blooms that resemble waterlilies in the fall.
This evergreen shurb is jam-packed with leaves, offering great textural interest in the garden.