'Rein's Dense Jade' is tidy, upright tree with pale green new growth that matures to deep green. The branches have a unique rope-like appearance. In the winter, the foliage turns a luscious purple-plum color.
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.
full sun - part shade
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.
Deciduous shrub in the 'lacecap' group. This introduction from New Zealand will add some pizazz to any garden, especially from June through fall when in bloom. Foliage will be variable, but mostly shades of green with yellow.
An oakleaf hydrangea with dark green foliage and whiite summer blooms aging to pink. The fall color has orange and red tones and the cinnamon brown exfoliating bark provides excellent winter interest. Blooms on old wood, prune after flowering.
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.
This showy, reblooming Crapemyrtle has profuse, bright, white blooms all summer, continuing until the first frost. Infinitini White is a sun loving, dwarf variety that is decicuous and has gorgeous fall color. A great choice for borders, containers, groupings or as a single specimen.
full shade - part shade
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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.
Blooms galore! Sweet Daisy Sophie has a long bloom season, from June into September. Slim, fluted petals open up to spoon shaped tips. Sturdy stems are amazing in cut arrangements, sunny beds, borders and mass plantings. Dead heading will revitalize and prolong blooms. Drought tolerant once established.
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.
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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