Evergreen groundcover-like shrub with dark green leaves with a wide midrib venation. Grows 6-12" off the ground and is spreading in habit. Collected from the Wolong Nature Preserve in China and introduced by Heronswood Nursery in Washington.
A great plant for adding height to your back boarders, self supporting with no need to stake. Pretty pink flowers in the late summer and early fall above green foliage with creamy yellow variegation. Wet soil and salt tolerant make Pink Frost a great choice for coastal regions. Attracts butterflies and pollinators.
This wonderful evergreen, ornamental Strawberry makes a nice groundcover and is perfect for erosion control, also cute as a container plant. Vivid hot pink flowers bloom continuously from May into October.
Introduced by the combined efforts of OSU, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station & WSU Agricultural Research Center, the Sweet Sunrise Strawberry is prized for its sweet, tangy flavor, firm texture, early season yield and deep, red color throughout. This self-fertile, June bearing strawberry is well suited to the PNW and is great for fresh eating, preserves and baking. Sweet Sunrise plants will bare fruit the first year after planting.
This bright, sunny-yellow, sunflower blooms in the late summer and into fall with cheerful, 3" flowers that grow along the upper stalks of this tall perennial. Heat and drought tolerant once established and a great food source for birds and butterflies. Tolerant of a wide range of soils, but must be well drained. Wonderful for cut arrangements and autumn themed bouquets.
full sun - part shade
regular - heavy
Bright multicolor foliage with red, bronze, cream and yellow margins. This rapid grower will brighten up any moist area in your garden. Yellowish green flowers with white bracts bloom in summer on tiny spikes. Use in moist areas in a border or in shallow water.
This little dwarf Hydrangea is a continuous bloomer, providing large flowers from early summer until frost. Bright white flowers bloom on new wood and mature to soft pink. Blooms are held on strong, sturdy stems. Wee White has a dense, tidy, mounding habit and is very low maintenance, just cut back by 1/3 of the plants total height each sping. This will strenghten the plants base while encouraging new growth for more blooms. The perfect Hydrangea for borders, containers, cutting/drying or mass plantings.
This beautiful, evergreen, female Holly is perfect for hedging, privacy screens, odd numbered groupings or as a single specimen. New growth is a lovely burgundy-chocolate color and very showy with the existing dark blue-green, glossy foliage. Mademoiselle has a conical, upright habit and shears well into formal or topiaried shapes. Bright red berries in the winter when a male pollinator is planted nearby, such as Ilex m. 'Blue Baron' or 'Blue Prince'.
This dense, evergreen holly has an upright growth habit with white flowers in May. Dragon Lady is a female cultivar and requires a male pollinator, such as Ilex 'Blue Prince' for bright red berries lasting from fall into winter. A row of Dragon Lady Holly makes a lovely privacy screen or border.
This is a female variety that will bear fruit. It does need a male pollinator, such as Castle Wall or Blue Prince. It has a compact, upright, pyramidal form with dense dark green foliage. Small greenish white flowers appear in late spring and give way to bright red berries by the fall. Berries will persist throughout the winter.
A dense, rounded tree with a spreading habit. Bright yellow flowers in mid-summer are followed by interesting papery seed capsules. Compound foliage is green, then turns to a golden-orange color in the fall. Very adaptable to poor soils and adverse environments.
With its very narrow, columnar canopy, Golden Candle is perfect for tight spaces. Makes a great vertical accent, street tree or screen. Does well in urban conditions and is heat and drought tolerant once established. Bright yellow pendulous flowers in the late spring-early summer are followed by brown seed pods. Bright gold fall color.
Beautiful bronze/black, fern-like foliage creeps to form a soft, textured mat. Blooms with yellow flowers so tiny that they tend to go unnoticed. Great for entryways, courtyards, pathways or as lawn substitute. Will tolerate moderate foot traffic.
An upright, irregular shrub. The spiny foliage is a lustrous, dark green. It blooms in the spring with 3" long racemes of bright yellow flowers, which mature into dark blue fruit. The flowers are edible & can be added raw to salads or boiled to make a lemonade substitute. The berries can be eaten right off the bush, but are best cooked and sweetened in a jam.
Evergreen shrub with reddish new growth, turning to dark green. Winter foliage is purplish-red. Nice yellow flowers, but little fruit set. The flowers are edible & can be added raw to salads or boiled to make a lemonade substitute. The berries can be eaten right off the bush, but are best cooked and sweetened in a jam.
This beautiful, flowering Crabapple has horizontal branches with gracefully, weeping tips. Pink buds in the spring, open to white, semi-double flowers. Fall brings showy, golden crapapples with scarlet accents, providing a food source for birds. Good pest and disease resistance. A lovely specimen in any sunny location.
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