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Description: Tricolor has flat, rounded leaves that are white, pink and 3 shades of green, to 1 inch long, and star-shaped, pink flowers, to 3/4 inch wide, held in round corymbs, and borne throughout summer. This is a vigorous, evergreen perennial with a mat-forming growth habit. Sedums are excellent grown in the rock garden, containers between stepping stones or in wall niches.
Description: This plant is the first in a new series of miniature Butterfly Bush that stands only 24” – 30” tall and forms a tidy mound. This remarkable plant does not need pruning or deadheading. It is also drought resistant and deer resistant. It can be used as a ground cover, low hedge or in containers.
Description: Heuchera ‘Georgia Peach’ could easily become your favorite ground cover. In spring, the large leaves unfurl in peachy orange tones overlaid with a delicate silver sheen. The foliage matures to rosy purple but remains silvered. Heuchera is an American genus with lobed leaves and tiny, bell-shaped flowers on wand-like stems. Determined breeders have turned these perennials into some of the most attractive foliage plants for northern gardens. Heucheras make themselves at home in moist but well-drained, organic-enriched soils. Attractive to hummingbirds, rarely troubled by deer.
Description: With the same silvery texture and excellent drought tolerance of the others, Little Spire rarely exceeds two feet tall and falls over only when trampled by your dog. The work of Dutch breeder Herbert Oudshoorn is responsible for this excellent, compact, long-blooming, low-maintenance landscape plant. Patent administered by Future Plants.
Description: Dramatic foliage is a standout in the shade garden. The dark, blue green central rib of each frond fades to silver at the edges. Short habit and spreading form is excellent as foreground foliage and ideal for pots. Herbaceous. 2004 Perennial Plant of the Year.
Description: Fuldaglow or Fuldaglut has rounded, flattened, bronzy-red leaves, to 1 inch long, and star-shaped, rosy-red flowers, to 3/4 inch wide, held in round corymbs, and borne in mid summer. This is a vigorous, evergreen perennial with a mat-forming growth habit. Sedums are excellent grown in the rock garden, containers between stepping stones or in wall niches.
Description: Gray-green, aromatic foliage gives way to a plethora of lavender-blue flowers in early thru midsummer. The relatively short stature of this variety makes it a good candidate for the front of the border. When Nepeta’s stems are broken, they release an aroma into the air that tends to attract cats, thus its common name, Catmint.
Description: A dense mat of conifer-like blue foliage forms a tight weed-resistant groundcover in any sunny location. In June deep mauve pink stems rise to 10” and are topped with brilliant yellow flowers. ‘Blue Spruce’ grows quickly and is easy to maintain even in the most unwelcome of sites. Great for rock walls, green roofs, walkways and containers. Evergreen in warmer zones.
Description: This outstanding plant, discovered by Polly Rowley of Middleburg, VA, is clump forming and will not take over the garden. It is floriforous, long-lasting and of easy culture, needing just good drainage. Apparently a naturally occuring hybrid, it does not set seed. An all day blooming fine textured deep green narrow leaves, red stems and an ocean of bright yellow flowers for 6 + weeks in May and June. More compact than other Oenotheras.
Description: Excellent lupine for small gardens. Minarette has a dramatic effect when planted in bold drifts with its wide range of clean colors including blues, reds, yellows, pinks and white. Excellent cut flower, lasting from one to two weeks in water.
Description: Triangular violet blue flowers with fuzzy purple stamens tipped with golden yellow pollen. It is a bright addition to the part shade garden for summer and blooms all season long. Arching blue green foliage stays cleaner if soil is not allowed to dry out too much. A late summer cut back will encourage a second round of flowering.
Description: A new and distinct Lavandula plant named ‘Blue Cushion’, characterized by its dwarf compact habit, profuse blooming in early June continuous into late summer, upstanding flower spikes appearing well above the foliage, and its deep blue flowers which fade first to pale blue and then to grey, giving a distinctive bicolor effect.
Description: Lamb’s ear is a low growing, mat-forming perennial in the mint family that is grown for its velvety white wooly leaves, rather than its mediocre long, thick and wrinkled, grow in basal rosettes, 1-2 ft in diameter, forming mats of attractive wooly gray-green or silvery foliage.