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In autumn, the needles of this pyramidal conifer turn rusty-gold before they fall.
In early fall, cloud-like starry white flowers blushed with pink and purple cover the plant.
The fall color of this slow-growing shrub is a screaming scarlet red — a real standout in the garden.
This spreading vine is quite the climber: It can grow to be 60 feet tall when mature.
Commonly called spreading willowleaf cotoneaster, this shrub needs plenty of room to grow.
Although commonly referred to as autumn crocus, Colchicums are not closely related to true crocus.
With its whorling branches, this evergreen is in a genus by itself and is native to Japan and Korea.
What: A self-clinging and well-behaved vine, the Schizophragma hydrangeoides “Moonlight” is unique for the silver moonlight patterns on its leaves. Where: Japanese hydrangea vine, its… Continue reading
This strawberry-like spreading perennial will form a low, tight-knit groundcover over time.
“Gold Bar” clumping grass is a show-stopper with dramatic gold stripes that cut across the blades.
This pyramidal conifer has pea-green needles in the summer that turn a bright gold in the fall.
This compact evergreen shrub has year-round glossy, dark-green leaves and bright red fruit in fall.
This flower is a bold, sturdy perennial that stands out in the late summer garden.
This native of central to eastern United States is perhaps the most widely planted America oak tree.
This deciduous grass, with medium-green arching blades, is a natural choice for a Japanese garden.
This hardy fuschia, a hummingbird and bee favorite, provides colorful flowers summer through autumn.
These grasses have year-round spiky blue foliage and purplish-brown seed heads in summer.
The variegated giant dogwood’s leaves makes it look like white frosting is spread over the branches.
The slug-resistant “Double Bloody Mary” geum flowers from early summer to early fall.
“Golden Wings” is robust enough to support a small-growing clematis once it has been established.