A spreading Japanese Azalea with attractive white flowers with a hint of green. Protect from strong winter winds.
Large, dark cherry, self-fertile from Washington State University. It is crack resistant and very flavorful. Ripens mid June just before Bing. Sweet tasting.
Evergreen leaves of grey-blue, strongly edged with creamy white, forming a midsized bushy mound. Conical flower heads appear in spring, made up of creamy bracts with a green eye.
Blue gray leaves are edged in cream. Cream flowers and bracts with blue gray striping. Evergreen.
Distinctly white variegated form of English Ivy. Colour tends to leach away in deep shade. Use this groundcover/vine to light dark areas, brighten boring spaces.
The sturdy branches of this spreading Mountain Hemlock reach out horizontally and soft, short, blue needles make the branches look like fine blue bottlebrushes.
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