Graceful, cascading, fine foliage shrub. Ideal for an informal hedge. Finely dissected leaves emerge reddish bronze, then turn medium green. Clusters of creamy white flowers emerge and persist for several weeks.
The summer foliage is a glossy apple green. The fruit that follows is different than most Viburnums. Bright yellow fruit appear in clusters and then after the first frost they become a translucent golden yellow.
2006 Hosta of the Year. A sport of Hosta 'Guacamole', the deep veins of this hosta give it a 'stained glass' look. Bright golden leaves with dark green wavy margins give a splash of color in your shade garden.
U of M introduction. A native that at one time was one of the most predominant grasses in North America. Dark blue to burgundy foliage turns to purple, violet and finally red. This selection is more upright than the typical little bluestem and will not fall over.