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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.
What: Ceratostigma plumbaginoides “dwarf plumbago” sparkles in late summer and autumn with sapphire-blue flowers that are increasingly silhouetted against the rich reds and oranges of… Continue reading
This conifer has bold antler-like foliage. The leaves are deep green on one side but have bits of white on the other.
This medium-sized vine that produces deep royal-purple flowers in profusion in mid-summer.
The variegated Japanese barberry features deep burgundy leaves splashed in candy-pink and vanilla.
In late summer, a profusion of lacey small white flowers top this plant’s the lax purple-black stems.
This unique deciduous tree features twirling blue-green needles are irresistibly soft and very touchable.
The showy leaves of this tree are interesting yet understated, and do not overpower surrounding plantings.
Chinese wild ginger has green and silver patterned leaves and curious-looking brown and purple flowers.
Hummingbirds flock to this hardy fuchsia for its colorful flowers, which bloom summer through fall.
This hosta has blue foliage from late spring through early fall. In summer, tall flower spikes bear lavender blooms.
Frikart’s aster has an extraordinarily long bloom period, from late July into early October.
This large-flowering bulb features golden blooms with a splash of burgundy on the outer petals.
This evergreen shrub produces showy white flowers in spring and ember-red berries in winter.
Plant this tree in a spot with enough sun to bring out the golden coloration of the needles.