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Acer palmatum ‘Dissectum Viridis’
Moderately slow-growing deciduous shrub or small tree to 5-8’ tall x 6-10’ wide. This attractive variety forms a cascading mound of finely-divided, bright-green foliage that turns vivid shades of golden-yellow tinged with red in the cool of fall. A standout in any setting, this delicate-looking variety is well-suited as an ...[ read more ]
Acer palmatum ‘Sango Kaku’
Moderate-growing deciduous tree to 15-20’ tall x 15-18’ wide. This vigorous, upright-growing variety features deeply-lobed light-green leaves with plum-tinged margins, which contrast wonderfully with its coral-colored juvenile branches, a color that intensifies in the cold of winter. Adding further appeal to this attractive variety is the golden-colored foliage tones that ...[ read more ]
Acer palmatum dissectum
Deciduous shrub up to 6' tall and 10' wide creates a weeping mound shape with finely dissected foliage. It has pale green bark and green foliage that turns golden in the fall. It prefers full sun to moderate shade in hottest areas moderate to regular irrigation. Requires some protection from ...[ read more ]
Acer palmatum dissectum ‘Garnet’
Deciduous tree up to 9' tall creates a weeping mound shape with finely dissected foliage. It will hold reddish color all summer before turning burgundy in the fall. More vigorous grower than the 'Crimson Queen'. It prefers full sun to moderate shade in hottest areas moderate to regular irrigation.
Asparagus densiflorus ‘Myers Fern’
Asparagus densiflorus 'Myers Fern' has many stiffly upright stems growing to 2 ft. or more densely clothed with needlelike deep green leaves that give the plant a fluffy look. It grows best in full sun or part shade and is hardy to Zone 9 but should be protected during cold ...[ read more ]
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 ]
Moderate-growing evergreen fern to 2-3’ tall x 3-4’ wide. This popular landscape favorite is an Australian native prized for its soft appearance and lush, brightly-colored foliage. Gracefully-arching, black-stemmed fronds contrasted with finely-cut, delicate looking, bright-green foliage make this species an outstanding selection for lending a tropical feel to the shade ...[ read more ]
Athyrium niponicum ‘Pictum’
Moderate to slow-growing deciduous to semi-evergreen fern to 16” tall x 24-28” wide. One of the most colorful in the fern domain, this attractive, cold-hardy variety spreads by underground rhizomes to form a rounded mound of silvery-gray fronds with reddish-purple vein and stem accents. This coloration intensifies with age, truly ...[ read more ]
Aucuba japonica ‘Mr. Goldstrike’
Beautiful source of bold color for the shadiest areas of the landscape. Terrific evergreen shrub for use in containers on covered patios or indoors. More colorful than common Gold Dust Plant. Slow growing to 4 to 6 ft. tall 4 to 5 ft. wide.
Azalea ‘Formosa Lavender’
Rich deep rose purple flowers with darker accents blotch these large showy blooms. Blooms early to midseason on tall upright plants with deep green leaves. Mature height and width 8 ft by 5™ easily maintained smaller. Hardy to zone 8 protect under 20* F Grows best in full or part ...[ read more ]
Azalea ‘Girard Purple’
Girard Purple has very large hose-in-hose purple blossoms on a low and compact plant. Like all Girard evergreen azaleas this one is also very hardy. It blooms in early May.
Azalea ‘Girard Rose’
Azalea 'Girard Rose' - Single deep rosy-red flowers bloom in early May on this broadleaf upright shrub. It's foliage is glossy green and takes on red tints in fall. Evergreen.