Armeria maritima giantArtemesia Silver MoundArtemisia ‘Powis Castle’Asparagus densiflorus ‘Sprengeri’Aster x frikartii ‘Monch’Asteriscus maritimus ‘Gold Coin’Bacopa ‘Snowstorm’® PP#10966Begonia ‘Richmondensis’Bergenia CordifoliaBreynia Rosa PictaBulbine frutescens ‘Hallmark’Campanula muralis

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  • Common Thrift

    Armeria maritima giant

    Perennial with narrow evergreen leaves that grow in compact grass like forms up to 1' high and 20 wide. The plant produces 8"- 12" stalks with profuse pink flowers in spring and can bloom all year in moderate climates. Prefers full sun and moderate to little water.

  • Artemesia Silver Mound

    A fragrant lacy plant grown for it's silvery foliage. It is also a nice accent to fresh or dried flower arrangements or in containers of annuals. This plant tolerates some drought some salt and will grow in moist soil but prefers a well-drained or sandy soil with a pH of ...[ read more ]

  • Artemisia ‘Powis Castle’

    Moderately fast-growing woody perennial to 2-3’ tall x 4-6’ wide. One of the finest selections for providing a color contrast to green-colored shrubs and perennials, this attractive variety forms a spreading mound of soft, feathery, silvery-gray foliage that despite its soft appearance is relatively heat and humidity tolerant. The inconspicuous ...[ read more ]

  • Asparagus Fern

    Asparagus densiflorus ‘Sprengeri’

    Moderate-growing, clumping evergreen perennial to 2-4’ tall x 4-6’ wide. With a delicate and airy appearance, it’s easier to understand why this species was given the common name “Asparagus Fern”, though it’s not an actual fern at all. Rather it’s a durable, tuberous perennial exhibiting gracefully-arching, prickly green stems clad ...[ read more ]

  • Aster 'Monch'

    Aster x frikartii ‘Monch’

    Moderate-growing herbaceous perennial to 2-3’ tall and wide. This popular, floriferous variety forms a bushy, rounded mound of deep-green foliage cloaked with an abundance of daisy-like, light lavender-blue flowers that appear early-summer to late-fall, or nearly year-round in mild climates. A favorite for butterflies. Removing old blooms as they expire ...[ read more ]

  • NCN

    Asteriscus maritimus ‘Gold Coin’

    Asteriscus maritimus (Gold Coin Daisy) - An evergreen low spreading and mounding herbaceous shrub to 1 foot tall by 4 feet wide with dark green foliage and golden-yellow daisy flowers. Main flowering period is spring to summer with some bloom year round. This new compact selection has shown excellent garden ...[ read more ]

  • Snowstorm® White Bacopa

    Bacopa ‘Snowstorm’® PP#10966

    Fast-growing evergreen to semi-evergreen perennial with a sprawling growth-habit to 6” tall x 1-2’ wide. Annual in cold climates. More heat and disease resistant than its species this popular variety features low-growing aromatic dark-green foliage accented with abundant star-shaped bright-white flowers appearing primarily in spring or nearly year-round in mild ...[ read more ]

  • Begonia ‘Richmondensis’

    Arching stems carry deep green shiny leaves with red undersides. Vivid pink flowers develop from darker buds nearly year-round. Mature height and width 2 ft by 2 ft. Best in full sun. Protect in weather 30* F or less. Treat as annual in Northwest. Great for pottery and indoor uses.

  • Bergenia Cordifolia

    Bergenia has large handsome leaves and 3 to 6 inch clusters of delicate flowers which appear in spring. Flower colors range from deep purplish pink to pale pink and occasionally white. Leaves are 8 to 10 inches across with sawtoothed edges and are attractive even after the flowers fade. They ...[ read more ]

  • Breynia Rosa Picta

    Snow Bush. The white- and pink-mottled leaves of 'Rosa-picta' make it appear as if the plant has been snowed upon even though it is a tropical plant. It is an evergreen shrub growing to 3 feet or more with pink and red stems in zigzagged formation. The tiny flowers go ...[ read more ]

  • Bulbine frutescens ‘Hallmark’

    Bulbine frutescens 'Hallmark' is commonly called Orange Stalked Bulbine. It is a succulent groundcover that has narrow fleshy bright green foot long leaves. They form an open rosette of leaves growing to 18 inches and spreading to create 2 to 3 foot wide clumps. Orange Stalked Bulbine produces orange flowers ...[ read more ]

  • Dalmatian Bellflower

    Campanula muralis

    Fast-growing evergreen perennial to 4-6” tall x 24” wide. This floriferous species forms a dense mat of small medium-green leaves with heavily serrated margins, and is admired for its profuse display of dainty, bell-shaped violet-blue flowers that heavily cloak the attractive foliage from late-spring to fall. Ideal for flowing over walls ...[ read more ]

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