A purplish-red Japanese maple holding its deep red colour well throughout the summer, changing to red in the fall. The leaves are somewhat larger than those of other purple forms. A small tree for lawns, patios, or entryways.
Abundant flowers open pale pink to snowy white covering the tree in early spring. They have an upright, oval habit and produce masses of red fruit.
Frosty-blue coloured foliage has a leathery texture and is slightly wavy.
A blue hosta with thick foliage and a somewhat horizontal habit.
A tidy, compact mound of green foliage with prominent, horizontal, yellow banding. Attractive plumes emerge wine-purple, changing to a creamy-tan colour in the winter.
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.
Fragrant, soft yellow self.
Thick, smooth leaves have gold centres and wide, blue-green margins.
Pure white, semi-double flowers. (Hybrid Rugosa)
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.
A tight form with thin, wiry, silver-green leaves on an upright arching habit. The emerging plumes are a deep copper-red, aging to cream.