This upright variety sports flat clusters of deep rose-pink flowers. The foliage is a smooth gray-green and it looks great all season long. 'Brilliant' is a popular variety because it is beautiful, easy to grow, and drought tolerant.
Sedum 'Elsie's Gold' is a beautiful light yellow and green sport. Colorful golden yellow variegated foliage, fades to a soft cream by autumn. The starshaped flowers open soft shell pink ageing to deep saturated pink. 'Elsie's Gold' is winterhardy.
This upright sedum has a wide white border around each light green leaf and they angle upward, coddling the flower heads. In warmer climates, the blossoms are white as opposed to cooler zones where they are light pink.
An eye-catching new sport of Sedum 'Matrona' with blue-green foliage, pink flowers, and a compact, strongly upright habit. The foliage is blue-green in the spring, changing to a blue-purple in summer and then back to blue-green in fall. The large leaves are presented on bright purple stems that keep their color all season long.
'Postman's Pride' is a selection with very deep purple foliage. It is blue-purple, not red-purple like 'Purple Emperor', with a semi-upright habit. In late summer, deep purple buds open to pinkish-red flowers which turn burgundy in fall.
'Purple Emperor' has very dark reddish-purple foliage and a semi-upright habit. It captures your attention from the moment the dusky purple leaves emerge in spring, and forms a solid substantial mass of foliage. In late summer, dusty rose flowers appear in large clusters atop the bright reddish-purple stems. These blossoms age to bronze in the fall.
Arching stems of spectacular green and yellow variegated foliage trimmed in pink during the winter. This attractive yellow edged foliage plant has starry yellow flowers that turn to crimson from August to September.
The alpine selections of Stonecrop are excellent edging or rock garden plants, particularly for hot, dry sites with poor soil. This variety forms a medium-height, non-spreading clump of powdery, mahogany-purple leaves. Dusky-pink starry flowers appear in late summer, clustered at the ends of each stem.
Relatively small leaves with scalloped edges are lovely shades of green and mauve in spring, then darken to deep burgundy as the season progresses. In late summer, 2-3 inch wide clusters of red velvet buds open to rose colored flowers.
Always a favorite in the perennial garden, the daisy-like flowers brighten up any border. Lemon yellow flowers will steal the show with a non-stop display of color. Compact plants boast clean disease resistant foliage.
No two blooms are alike on this fringed and frilly, semi to fully double Shasta Daisy. Two inch wide, solid white petals surround a small buttery center. This selection is noted for its prolific flowering tendency. There's nothing quite like this 'Crazy Daisy'!
Masses of striking, dark purplish-black foliage contrasted by long, white bottle-brush blooms fascinates the eye and peaks everyone's curiosity. The darkest Cimicifuga to date, 'Hillside Black Beauty' is truly a collector's item.
A wonderfully airy, architectural backdrop for the garden, the dark purplish-black foliage of 'James Compton' will compliment everything around it. It is especially attractive when combined with variegated or yellow foliage.
Well-branched, upright stems, countless small flowers in a vibrant spectrum of red, bronze, and golden yellow shades. Striking in the butterfly garden. Stake plants for support or pinch early in the growing season to produce shorter plants.
Snow Bomb is an HGTV exclusive Echinacea that is easy to grow. Snow Bomb continues to bloom without dead heading the plant. White and Yellow flowers emerge from the dark green foliage. Blooming early summer through fall.
Gracefully arching, soft green foliage edged in white, dangles its strings of bell like flowers in early spring. On quiet spring evenings, the flowers exude a subtle lily like fragrance. Solomon's Seal is loved for its beautifully variegated soft green foliage that turns a striking yellow in the fall.