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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.
Plant dwarf Sargent’s crabapple in small gardens and in landscapes with mixed-flower schemes.
This holly fern, with its olive-green fronds, gives the garden a more refined, sophisticated look.
This vine features bright lemon-yellow nodding blooms that hang from dark purple stems.
Cowslip is an European primrose with clusters of drooping fragrant yellow flowers.
This Japanese spirea bursts out in color in spring, revealing brilliant orange-yellow new growth.
This hybrid Asian shrub is tougher and more beautiful than its parents.
This epimedium gets its common names fairy wings and bishop’s hat for its dainty spring flowers.
A native of the Pacific Northwest, this clump-forming perennial looks great in the garden.
This lily-like pink flower, with mottling reminiscent of a fawn’s coloring, is a native plant.
The needles of this dwarf conifer emerge bright green in spring and turn dark green over the summer.