Handsome & unique, fuzzy bright green summer foliage that turns to a purplish-brown color in the winter. Extremely cold hardy once established, with a vase shaped habit. One of the few evergreens for shade.
A natural Bonsai appearance with its low spreading branches forming in clumps. The dark green needles are set artfully against the strong trunk and branch structure giving this slow-growing pine the look of venerable age and beauty.
Fuzzy, chartreuse to lime green, nearly evergreen foliage erupts in September with white fountains of pure white flowers continuing until frost. A very easy-care plant tolerant of dry shade and a wide variety of conditions.
Big Twister low growing rush sports very unusually thick, twisted, glossy dark green, coiling foliage. Cut back the old stems in early winter so new, healthy ones will come out in spring. Growns in wet, marshy soils. Can be grown in a water garden where the crown is covered with 1-6 inches of water.