A striking Redbud that boasts yellows, oranges, greens, and pinks all on one tree. This cultivar is said to be more heat and drought resistant than most other Redbuds. Smaller tree only growing to about 8-12 feet tall and wide.
A 1-2 foot tall and wide perennial that has pale pink to pale purple flower color with a orange brown center seen in most cone flowers. Green basal foliage gives way to the sturdy hairy stems on which the flowers are produced.
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.
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Definitely a unique looking native perennial. True flowers are green, yellow, or cream that typically have dark purple 'spots' on them. Showy bracts are pale pink to lavender in color. An awesome plant for pollinators.