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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The red-purple buds open to large, reddish-purple flowers with a lighter coloured interior on this compact, upright, growing cultivar.
A blue hosta with thick foliage and a somewhat horizontal habit.
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.
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.
Pure white, semi-double flowers. (Hybrid Rugosa)