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Late winter into early spring is when we crave fresh growth, a bit of color…some sign that spring is really returning!
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Dense growing, palmate foliage brings lush coverage to shady gardens. Large, yet elegant saucer to cup-like blooms appear anywhere from late winter to mid-spring depending on variety and garden zone.
A diverse species that comes in a variety of forms and foliage colors. This is a slow-growing shrub, making it a good choice for novice gardeners or those who want big color with little maintenance. The feathery evergreen foliage is a refreshing sight in the winter landscape. Many…
Symmetrical, pyramidal tree with stiff horizontal branches. Gray-green to blue-green needles are very rigid and form all around the stem. More drought tolerant than other Picea species.
Strongly upright plant. The aromatic, flavorful leaves can be used fresh or dried to add flavor to meats and sausages, stuffings and stews. Try adding fresh sprigs to vinegar or olive oil to create delicious sauces or dressings. Plant along walkways or in mixed borders to enjoy the…
A rosette of lush foliage supports a beautiful display of blooms throughout the year. Depending on variety, flower types vary from single to double and even ruffled, in a wide range of colors. Brighter, filtered light is best in winter months for continuous flowering.
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