Vibrant, triangular-shaped, raspberry-pink plumes open from dark raspberry-coloured buds.
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 dwarf cultivar noted for its early bloom time and white flowers that turn to pink in late summer.
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.
Velvety, purplish-red foliage matures to red-black for the fall season. Sharp thorns and tolerance to drought, urban pollution, and salt make it an excellent choice for the shrub border.
Thick, smooth leaves have gold centres and wide, blue-green margins.
Pure white, semi-double flowers. (Hybrid Rugosa)
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.
Arching leaf blades are long and striped in bright yellow and green, creating a dense mound, resembling bamboo.
Single, deep violet-purple flowers.
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.
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.