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Attractive apple-green flowers are held in large clusters above bold, holly-like evergreen leaves, late winter through spring. A "Great Plant Pick" for the Pacific Northwest!
Iberis sempervirens 'Purity'
Large white flower clusters cover glossy deep green foliage for months in spring. A carefree evergreen accent, perfect for massing or for the rockery.
Iberis sempervirens 'Snowflake'
Pure white flowers in spring top short, broad, evergreen leaves. Grows to form a wide cushion that is perfect for rock gardens or borders.
Saxifraga x arendsii Touran™ Deep Red
Forms a light green low, evergreen mound that becomes awash in deep red flowers come spring and early summer. Loves partial shade and cool moist conditions, it is perfect for the scree garden or an alpine trough.
Teucrium fruticans 'Azureum'
Vivid blue flowers contrast nicely against silvery-white leaves on this small evergreen shrub. It prefers a sunny, sheltered position in well-drained soil.
Viola 'Molly Sanderson'
Unique velvety black flowers with vivid yellow centers make this cultivar stand out in any garden or container. Blooms from late winter through spring.
Helleborus 'Ivory Prince'
Large ivory-white flowers bloom from late winter through early spring, displayed upright rather than face down like most Hellebores. The tidy evergreen foliage is an added bonus!
Erysimum 'Poem Lilac'
Deep burgundy buds turn into a profusion of medium sized, sweetly scented lilac-purple flowers, from spring through early summer. It has an even, compact growth habit.
Erysimum POEM Pastel
A profusion of medium sized, sweetly scented pastel flowers open soft yellow then darken to pale lavender from spring through summer. An excellent choice for your favorite container.
Erysimum Winter Joy
A long-flowering variety for full sun or partial shade. Produces spikes of bright purple flowers from spring through summer. 'Winter Joy' is deer resistant.
Helleborus x argutifolius Snow Fever
Lovely greenish-white flowers in late winter. Stunning variegated green foliage with a hint of pink, looks like it is frosted with snow. Great at the front of a border for winter or early spring interest.