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Plant the grass next to the lawn so that a viewer may appreciate its dangling seeds on close inspection.
What: Rhodiola pachyclados, also known as Afghani sedum, is an excellent groundcover…
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.
This tree is a specimen valued for its size — it grows nearly 3 feet or more in height every year.
What: Solanum crispum “Glasnevin,” or Chilean potato vine, is hardy and blooms abundantly. The plethora of small star-shaped flowers, which are an intense lilac color… Continue reading
“Taurus” mountain fleece has bold foliage and flowers that look great from summer through mid-fall.
What: Eupatorium maculatum “Gateway,” commonly called Joe Pye weed, is a tall, bold perennial that’s native to the East Coast. The strong upright stems are… Continue reading
The flowers of this hydrangea are a deep rose-red to a rich purple-blue depending on soil acidity.
This tall bell flower produces clusters of star-shaped blooms that vary from white to deep sky blue.
Golden dwarf Hinoki cypress is a perfect small specimen for the garden or as a container plant.
This shrub rose will shine in a garden bed also planted with pink, blue or orange perennials.
The shrub’s tiny flowers open from rosy-red buds tipped in chartreuse and turn orange as they mature.