This nice variety bears single, lilac-pink flowers opening from huge mauve-red buds. Flowers are strongly fragrant. Stiff leaves are heart-shaped, mid to dark green and develop an attractive burgundy red autumn colour.
Rich, deep, fragrant showy pink blooms cover this attractive deer resistant shrub during the summer and fall. Nice compact growth habit reaching only 4 feet all and as wide. Low female fertility and reduced seed set.
The unique two tone foliage is a golden yellow with dark green speckles adding interest to your landscape all season long. In the spring, it's adorned with large clusters of white flowers. To promote additional flowering you can remove spent blooms. Densely branched and compact habit.
Low, uniform compact deciduous shrub with dark green satiny leaves which turn a red-purple in fall. Rounded clusters of white flowers develop from reddish-pink buds and emit a strong spicy fragrance. Red berries in the fall.
Compact dwarf bush lilac with fragrant, soft pink clusters of florets that blooms repeatedly starting mid-spring and with deadheading, it will bloom again in summer and fall. Named after Frank Moro's son born with Down Syndrome in 2002.
Dense sprays of creamy yellow flowers carried on red stems are borne above rich caramel coloured semi-evergreen leaves. This compact miniature heuchera flowers from late spring through to midsummer, looking fabulous in rockeries and patio containers
Bears very bright magenta-pink flowers with a dark eye and is a visual knockout from May to October. In autumn the deeply cut, dark green leaves turn fabulous shades of red. An excellent plant for the middle of a border.
An outstanding natural horizontal tiered habit is further enhanced by leaves displaying a broad lime-green to chartreuse central zone surrounded by a well-defined, iridescent golden-yellow margin. Fragrant white blooms in early summer and masses of blue-black berries in autumn.