Dense, dark green needles make this evergreen a perfect plant for a shady hedge. You can sheer this Yew 2-3 times per year for a formal look or let the branches grow for a natural look that has a vase-like form. One of the few evergreens for shade.
The foliage is a cool lime green with a fresh and healthy color that stays attractive year round, unlike other yellow forms which can burn. This Yew is very easy to grow and a splash of color in the shade!
Proven Winner. A new, golden leafed version of the popular 'Tiny Wine' ninebark. Pink buds open to beautiful white flower clusters in early summer. Naturally small, bushy growth habit, needs little to no pruning.
This low-growing, compact catmint packs a punch of lavender-blue flowers from late spring through summer over aromatic blue-green foliage. Its tidy habit is ideal for mixed containers, the perennial border, and along paths and walkways.