From Proven Winners:
The easiest way to a lush carpet of green.
Ground Hug™ aronia is a super tough native shrub that naturally grows as a dense groundcover. This unique habit makes it the ideal plant for transforming difficult areas into beautiful, lo
From Proven Winners:
Irresistibly colorful evergreen.
One look at Pinpoint® Blue & Gold false cypress is all it takes to fall in love with its lush color and soft, feathery texture. It's a fantastic accent for any place in your landscape, but is par
A good groundcover to add some color to the shady areas in your garden. Heart shaped leaves emerge red then to turn to green and in fall will be a beautiful crimson red. Rose pink to lilac flowers are produced atop red stems.
A soft low growing warm season grass that produces pinkish seeds in summer that mature to an attractive beige in fall. Great addition for dry sunny areas where other plants have trouble growing. Grows to be 2 feet tall and wide.
A tall native perennial that can get to 7 feet tall. Large domes of small pink lavender flowers sit atop strong stems with whorled leaves. A huge pollinators magnet! Its a great source of nectar for honeybees.
Finally a forsythia that is not a garden thug! Copious amounts of nice yellow flowers cover the stems in early spring. Terrific dwarf habit that works well in most landscapes. Grows to about 36" tall and wide.
This small to medium sized tree (20-40') is underused. The flowers are small but really cool if looked at. The leaves emerge reddish purple in the spring, fade to green and then shine in the fall with yellows, reds, and orange colors. Nice winter interest
This native oak tree matures into a stately tree up to 75 feet tall and almost as wide. Glorious red-brown fall foliage. Very long lived- Plant today and your ancestors, as well as the environment, will thank you..
A large stately deciduous conifer that has soft yellow green foliage in summer that transitions to a nice russet color in fall. A highly adaptable tree that can handle wet areas as well as tolerate drier spots.