Spiraea japonica, 'Golden Elf' Japanese Spirea 'Golden Elf' is a dwarf, golden-leaved, spirea growing to only 6-9" tall and to 24" wide. Deciduous with beautiful gold color into the fall. Tiny pink flowers in small clusters. Blooms from May to July. Small accent for front of a border, low ground cover, good for edging paths or walkways and foundation plantings. Spireas are, as a group, easy care shrubs tolerating a variety of conditions including clay soil. Hardy from Zone 4 to 8.
Golden Japanese Forest Grass - Ornamental Grasses
An award-winning Zen masterpiece. This stunner produces masses of white and gold striped leaves from late summer to early fall. Grows successfully in...
Dwarf Japanese Cedar
A superb selection that retains a natural, dense, dome shape with little care. The finely textured foliage breaks up the bold effects of large leaved plants. Foliage becomes rusty red in winter. Enjoy as a single specimen or group as a filler. Evergreen.
Kochia Scoparia is a hardy and drought-tolerant foliage plant grown as ornamental as well as forage plant Thin and finely cut leaves of Kochia add to its ornamental value! Seeds are used in Japanese cuisine to produce a garnish called tonburi (Land caviar). Zones 2 to 10. Foliage: Green through to red!
Crimson Pygmy Barberry Shrub
Easy to Grow Shrub with Dramatic Color! This is a landscape designer's favorite shrub, giving you excellent dark red foliage for a multitude of ornamental uses. People love this shrub because it gives you incredible color without the maintenance- no pest or disease problems, and it is very drought-tolerant. This means no chemicals are needed to keep that beautiful dark red foliage in prime form. You also get a flurry of small, yellow flowers in the spring. Purple berries follow the…
Image Shrubby veronica (Hebe Emerald Gem) - 502213 - Images and videos of plants and gardens
Image Shrubby veronica (Hebe Emerald Gem) - 502213 - Professional images and videos of plants and gardens for use in magazines, books, calendars, brochures and other media.
Finely textured, sage-green evergreen with a low, dense rounded habit. Foliage tints slightly blue in fall and winter. Hardy and easy to maintain. Thrives in full sun and resists burning but will tolerate some shade. Attractive as low border, hedge or in