Spires of apricot-pink flowers bloom in early summer on bright-red stems that are held atop mounds of lacy blue-green leaves. A great choice for fresh cut flower arrangements! Beautiful when planted in large groups. Plants perform best when planted in consistently moist soil.
One of the longest blooming Astilbe, 'Key Largo' features airy, bright, raspberry-pink flowers that have a mild fragrance. The flowers bloom on red stems and appear from mid to late summer above glossy green leaves which darken as they age. Plants form compact mounds that look nice even when not in flower. A seedling of Astilbe 'Sprite'.
A compact heavy blooming cultivar with red flowers that bloom midsummer atop pubescent bronze-green foliage. The flowers are excellent for cutting. A nice and popular clump forming selection that will slowly spread to form a nice colony. Plants perform best when planted in consistently moist soil.
A compact heavy blooming cultivar with dense raspberry-purple flowers that bloom midsummer atop pubescent bronze-green foliage. The flowers are excellent for cutting. A nice and popular clump forming selection that will slowly spread to form a nice colony. Plants perform best when planted in consistently moist soil.
Semi-double, pink flowers reminiscent of cherry blossoms bloom on compact plants. Green foliage features rich plum tones in the winter. Evergreen in many climates, it is a perfect choice for placing along walkways. Great for containers, mass plantings, small spaces, and rock gardens.
Alexander's Great' features the typical silvery foliage of other Brunnera, but the leaves are huge and form much larger mounds. Intolerant of dry soils but tolerates some dryness better than most varieties. Blue, forget-me-not like flowers bloom in spring. Grows easily in average soils with good moisture but will perform best in consistently moist,...
Two-tone, pink and blue flowers bloom in early spring atop clumps of silver leaves with heavy green venation. A great cultivar for the woodland landscape. If there is sufficient moisture, plants can tolerate full sun; as the leaves are so thick, little or no scorching occurs.
A more colorful and vibrant form of the Autumn Fern, the fronds of Brilliance Autumn fern emerge a bold orange-bronze color and as they age they develop into a lovely dark green. Plants remain colorful as there are often some fronds that retain some of the orange color. Plants perform best in consistently moist, well-drained, acidic soil. Intolerant of...
A tall and dramatically upright, clump-forming fern with large, dark-green foliage. Plants form an impressive backdrop for many other shade perennials. A sterile hybrid that can only be propagated by division. Tolerant of dry sites but grows best in moist, well-drained soil. Semi-evergreen.
Medium to dark green, stiffly erect fronds form slender, vase-shaped clumps. A vigorous fern that is easy to grow in moist, rich soil. Provides a wonderful vertical accent in the garden. Foliage is ideal to use as a filler in cut flower arrangements. Deciduous.
Slightly ruffled chartreuse leaves are produced on vigorous plants. Best leaf coloration is achieved when planted in part or filtered shade. The foliage becomes more green in deeper shade. Creamy white flowers are produced on a tall scapes above the foliage early summer. Native to the US. Tolerant of heat and humidity.
Obsidian has very dark purple, almost black foliage! One of the darkest foliage cultivars available, the smooth, shiny, rounded foliage forms nice compact mounds and gives way to small creamy-white flowers that bloom on wiry scapes in late spring and early summer. A wonderful plant to use as an accent or against lighter colored foliage plants in the...