A dwarf cultivar noted for its early bloom time and white flowers that turn to pink in late summer.
A blue hosta with thick foliage and a somewhat horizontal habit.
Pure white, semi-double flowers. (Hybrid Rugosa)
Single, deep violet-purple flowers.
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.
Dark burgundy-purple leaves and hot pink coloured flowers add pizzazz to the garden. The leaf colour will intensify as autumn approaches.
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.
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.
Thick, smooth leaves have gold centres and wide, blue-green margins.
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.