A dwarf cultivar noted for its early bloom time and white flowers that turn to pink in late summer.
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.
A blue hosta with thick foliage and a somewhat horizontal habit.
This zero-maintenance grass has show-stopping, steely-blue foliage fanning out to form a shapely, dense clump. Infrequent, blue seedheads will mature to a tan colour.
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.
Single, deep violet-purple flowers.
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.
The dark blue centre is margined with a very wide, creamy-white border. The margins bleach to white and the centre takes on a blue-green hue by midseason.
Thick, smooth leaves have gold centres and wide, blue-green margins.