Deep pink buds open to reveal dainty, single, apple blossom colored blooms. The blossoms' delicate fragrance as well as the smaller growth habit make this well suited to a small courtyard or patio.
The plant forms narrow architectural columns of deep green foliage to 6 ft. The bamboo-like shoots emerge in shades of pink, white, and green, maturing to deep green. Fragrant, creamy-white flowers unfurl like nodding bells with the new growth each spring; flowers are followed by glistening black fruit in fall.
Lustrous, dark chocolate-purple stems that rise gracefully from the soil in spring. Shiny new dusky-purple leaves on gently arching side shoots give an exotic bamboo-like effect. Clusters of small, creamy chartreuse late spring flowers are followed by showy, purple black berries.
This plant looks a lot like Solomon's seal, but somewhat smaller. Grown for its foliage. New roots grow out about 10" in all directions in late summer and put up new plants in spring.
Plants form a bushy, evergreen mound of dark green leaves, bearing sprays of soft primrose-yellow flowers in mid to late spring. Superb shade-garden plants, excellent for edging or groundcover.
Large yellow flowers turn orange with age and bloom over an extended season. Green and bronze foliage.
Plants form a bushy, evergreen mound of dark green leaves, bearing sprays of coppery-orange flowers in mid to late spring. Superb shade-garden plants, excellent for edging or groundcover.
Wonderfully bicolored flowers in deep pink and yellow. Blooms earlier than most other Epimedium and reblooms well.
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