Proven Winner. The name says it all -- this diminutive shrub throws fluffy, creamy flowers that turn deep pink with red stems. You'll enjoy their color in your garden before other paniculata varieties have even begun to bloom.
Brilliant raspberry-colored flowers bloom in late summer over smoky blue-gray foliage. This low, spreading Sedum forms a solid mat of foliage which is excellent for covering slopes and cascading over rock walls.
A very tight branching, compact Red Twigged Dogwood, with slender, deep green leaves tinged with red which turn crimson red in the fall. Clusters of white flowers bloom in mid spring and small blue fruits ripen mid to late fall.