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What: Weigela florida “Variegata” is an old-fashioned garden shrub that has proven…
This tulip is cold hardy and, unlike most tulips, it doesn’t need an extended “cold period” to bloom.
This easy-to-grow plant emerges in spring with leaves that are mottled chocolate, green and mint in color.
This perennial has multitudes of dainty magenta flowers with white-tipped spurs that hover above colorful leaflets.
This magnolia features strap-like petals that drape over branches and quiver in the slightest breeze.
This vine gets its name from the small pure-white flowers that cover it like a sudden snow flurry.
This Daphne’s rosy-pink flower buds open to white, sweetly fragrant flowers in March.
The lily-of-the-valley shrub is smothered in snow-white flowers around this time of year.
The conifer’s needles are olive in color most of the year, but often take on bronze or purple highlights in wintertime.
This dark green fern with a feathery texture is a treat any maritime garden with light, open or dappled shade.
This hybrid’s flower buds are flushed with deep red and open in late winter to reveal chartreuse interiors.
Sweetbox’s tiny white flowers open to release a delightful perfume of sweet vanilla in winter.
Here’s a shrub that blooms profusely during the dark days of February.
This hybrid heath is admired for its outstanding habit, evergreen foliage and vibrant flowers.
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.