Upright blue-grey foliage that begins taking on a burgundy-red hue as early as midsummer. Color intensifies as the season progresses. As close as you can get to purple fountain grass and still be hardy.
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.
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.