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 great plant for shady areas! Beautiful variegated foliage with slender leaves that slowly taper to a point. This particular perennial has a nice upright mounding habit giving it a little more height than some other hostas.
'One Last Dance' has vivid green leaves with lighter yellow margins. The margins are highly irregular, creating a feathered appearance. The yellow margins change to become more green as the seasons progress.
Add some interest to those hard to plant shady spots with this hybrid hosta. Deep green corrugated foliage will give you garden texture and in early summer small lavender flowers will give a dash of color.
A medium sized Veronica with profuse spiked blooms that are a dark lavender color. A neat, narrow, upright growing habit makes it easy to place in those hard to fill gaps. Grows to about 28-30" tall and 18-20 inches wide.
A nativar Wisteria that is smaller and less aggressive than the invasive Asian variety. Although smaller it does not loose any of the beauty. Showy racemes of purple lavender flowers bloom late spring into early summer.