Rarer form with pink blooms. Commonly grown under trees due to its drought resistance. All parts of the plant are poisonous if ingested. 6-12 inches in height. Does well under native cedars.
An old fashioned favourite. Commonly grown under large trees like native cedar due to its drought resistance. All parts of the plant are poisonous if ingested. Wonderful spring fragrance.
A superb shade-loving, flowering evergreen shrub. Foliage is dark, glossy green, bronze to red when young. Blooms from late winter to early spring. Christmas Cheer has pink flowers with dark rose-red tips.
A neat, compact shrub with a yellowish-green variegation on the margins of the gray-green leaves; new leaves are pink, adding to the colorful array. Small, bell-shaped white flowers add to the spring display.
A striking new variety with stunning cerise flowers in late winter or early spring. Beautiful burgudy new growth.
Exceptional new compact variety with big flower clusters on graceful, arching stems. Buds stand out against shiny foliage through winter, opening to white bell-shaped flowers.
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