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The pale-yellow flowers of “Padilla” witch hazel are bright additions to the winter landscape.
The sedum is a fine selection as a weed-smothering groundcover or for spotting into rock walls.
What: One of the most eye-catching and beautiful of the weeping conifers,…
This mounding shurb grows masses of tiny spring flowers, followed by red berries in autumn.
This variegated false holly boasts five colors on its leaves — cream, pink, orange, yellow and white.
This spreading shurb is a year-round evergreen with white flowers in spring and berries in autumn.
The evergreen fern’s new fronds emerge in the spring copper red and gradually fade to rich green.
This “botanical wonder” is a rare hybrid between Fatsia japonica and Hedera helix (English ivy).
Glauca Group represents blue-needled selections of the Japanese white pine. Each blue needle has a white stripe.
Plant the grass next to the lawn so that a viewer may appreciate its dangling seeds on close inspection.
particularly for hot, dry sites with poor soil. This variety forms… Continue reading
Despite its common name, this pyramidal conifer is not a true pine. Meaning, it’s not of genus Pinus.
This tree has a beautiful structure that is impressive year-round. In fall, the leaves turn a rich red.
This variegated purple moor grass works well in mass plantings or as a specimen in your garden.
This tree was named by Brian Mulligan, former director of the Washington Park Arboretum in Seattle.
This round shrub has long been cultivated for its superior performance as a hedge or screen.
Electric-blue flowers sparkle among the late summer foliage of this bushy perennial.
Variegated five-leaf aralia features a creamy white variegation that sparkles in the garden.
The variegated foliage of the “Patriot” hosta is striking from late spring through early fall.
This clumping grass can be planted with annuals to provide stature and variety of texture.