The distinctive foliage perennial adds architectural structure to the garden, and is drought-tolerant.
This shrub’s flowers are unforgettable, especially with a background of dark green conifers. Bit it’s thirsty in summer, so have the watering can ready.
This Hinoki cypress is graceful and beautiful, and is very drought-tolerant once established.
This charming, non-twining vine is ideal for tight situations, and does well in a container.
Once exotic and much sought-after, this plant is now widely available and a treat for almost any garden.
This reliable and easy to grow small tree is covered with clusters of fringed white flowers in early summer.
Its orange trumpets announce spring is here, and hummingbirds are irresistibly drawn to it.
This is one of the very best garden bamboos, and it won’t take over your entire yard.
This hardy shrub looks great under spring flowering cherries or dogwoods.
This German cultivar is a superb ground cover for the Northwest garden.
This Japanese maple puts on its most vibrant colors in spring rather than fall.
This well-mannered, low-growing garden plant adds pops of color to shady areas.
These choice woodland wildflowers will reward your patience with beautiful flowers and a citrus fragrance.
Creamy white flowers cover the lily tree in spring. Later on in summer, it’s an excellent shade tree. And its handsome bark is a feature in winter.
This beautiful miniature daffodil heralds the imminent arrival of spring.
This easy-to-grow shrub provides strong structural relief to perennial gardens and evergreen color to winter gardens.
If you love golden foliage, the golden Japanese cedar is for you. When planted against a dark green backdrop, it shines like a beacon.
With unique fronds that are delicately fringed along the edge of the leaf blade, it’s a distinctive perennial for the shade garden.
This Manchurian snakebark maple boasts beautiful highly striped white bark that brightens the shade garden.
This unusual plant is a rare hybrid between Fatsia japonica and Hedera helix (English ivy).