Evergreen rounded shrub with glossy, bright yellow leaves that are aromatic when crushed. Fragrant white flowers grow in clusters from spring into the summer. Great choice for a splash of evergreen color in the yard.
Dwarf, red twig dogwood shrub most well known for its bright red winter stems, especially apparent on younger stems. Dark green foliage is complimented by clusters of white flowers in late spring, that give way to whitish fruit by late summer. Birds will be attracted to the fruit clusters. Fall time will bring a reddish purple cast to the dark green leaves. This shrub is great in group plantings, or in combination with yellow twig dogwood shrubs.
Small evergreen shrub with beautiful, scarlet new growth, bursting out of the deep green leaves in the spring. Fall color is a vivid, reddish bronze. Drooping white bloom clusters accompany the foliage in the spring. Great choice for the woodland or shade garden, borders and mass plantings. Tolerant of wet sites.
'Chief Joseph' is a coniferous, evergreen, dwarf tree. This variety of the Lodgepole Pine was discovered by Doug Will in the Wallowa Mountains of Eastern Oregon, and named for the famous Nez Perce Indian leader, Chief Joseph. Most of the year the needles are colored light green, but in the winter they turn to a spectacular, shocking gold! Must have very well-drained soil. Will shed some needles through the summer, typical of many pines. We get these beautiful pines directly from the discoverer, right here in Oregon.
Large beautiful tree with rich blue-green foliage. Crown of spreading branches become rounded and irregular. Distinctive bark, becoming bright orange-brown and peeling in small flakes, darker on the main trunk and plated. This is a very elegant, broad, cone-shaped conifer with stiff, twisted needles hanging in clusters all over the branches.
"Yard, Garden and Patio Show Plant List 2012"