Evergreen trailing perennial, up to 4 inches tall makes a wonderful groundcover and accent for rock gardens and containers. Especially effective in a whiskey barrel as it will cascade over the sides. Tolerant of dry conditions and very hardy.
WITCH-HAZEL is the common name for Hamamelis virginica. The clusters of rich yellow flowers begin to expand in the autumn before the leaves fall and continue throughout the winter. Often blooms in winter!
Vigorous 16 inch tall plants with attractive blue-green succulent foliage. Showy red-purple flowers held on strong burgundy stems in August and September. Attracts butterflies and are excellent for cutting.
This old-fashioned flowering shrub will bring back memories of springtime visits to grandmas house! In early spring, the branches will be covered with fully double pink blooms making quite a sight and filling the air with it’s delicate scent
Considered one of the best of the black chokeberries. Attractive dark glossy leaves and superb autumn hues make this one a real winner! Flowers bloom earlier than other varieties. Large attractive black fruit will persist until spring if the birds don’t get them first. Developed in Europe as an orchard plant. High in vitamins and anti oxidants. Edible fruit! Commercially grown varieties for juice.
Trailing in habit, this is a good addition to the rock garden, as a border in hot, dry areas, groundcover, and in containers. Mature foliage has a purple hue that overcasts the dusty, blue for a nice contrast. Good color even when not in bloom.