It has a compact, tidy growth habit and is covered with cold hardy, dark yellow blooms two weeks before other forsythia. The green foliage takes on shades of burgundy-purple in the fall.
Unique, bright blue foliage will add colour to the garden all season long. Narrow, green seedheads rising above the foliage will turn to a tan colour in the fall.
The spiky foliage has horizontal, golden-yellow bands similar to zebra grass. An upright, well-shaped clump with copper-coloured plumes.
Very thick, intense blue leaves sport a subdued, gold flame in the centre of each leaf. A green pattern occurs where the gold and blue overlap.
Arching leaf blades are long and striped in bright yellow and green, creating a dense mound, resembling bamboo.
The abundant, large cones of white florets may turn a pinkish colour in the fall and are displayed over a compact mound of green foliage.
An ideal for accent or background plantings with an erect, narrow habit. Plumes are a reddish-brown in the spring, before drying to golden-yellow, and finally to a buff colour for the winter.
Huge, lustrous, gold leaves are heavily corrugated and cupped in shape.
Vibrant, triangular-shaped, raspberry-pink plumes open from dark raspberry-coloured buds.
Pure white, semi-double flowers. (Hybrid Rugosa)
This dwarf spirea exhibits bronze coloured new growth, changing to gold in summer, and sports showy, pink flowers. The foliage holds its colour well in the heat. An outstanding border plant, tolerant of most soils and light shade.