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Large yellow-eyed, white daisies dance atop finely-cut, silver-gray leaves. This neat, low-growing form blooms on and off all summer. Choice selection for a protected spot in the rockery.
Lewisia cotyledon 'Alba'
Sparkling pure white flowers grace this succulent-leafed alpine for rockery or trough garden. It prefers partial sun and fast drainage.
Vinca minor 'Bowle's Variety'
Large, deep periwinkle-blue flowers top shiny green foliage in spring. This attractive, trouble-free, spreading, evergreen groundcover can handle a variety of soils and conditions.
Viola cornuta 'Etain'
Lovely light yellow flowers with lavender edges have a sweet fragrance. Compact and very free-flowering; it makes a great border or container plant. Semi-evergreen
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!
Helleborus x nigercors 'Morning's Pride'
Abundant, white flowers with subtle green shading really stand out over the dark-green, silver-veined foliage. Growing 9-12" makes it perfect for containers or smaller gardens. Blooms late winter through early spring.
Helleborus niger 'HGC Josef Lemper'
Large sparkling white flowers from October through February in mild climates. In cold climates, flowers appear in early spring. Requires well-drained soils.
Helleborus x ballardiae 'HGC Pink Frost'
Flowers first open pinkish-white, then age to burgundy-red. The silvery-green leaves grow vigorously on red stems. One of the Helleborus Gold Collection. Requires well-drained soils.
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.
Hellebours HGC 'Jonas'
One of the Helleborus Gold Collection, Jonas has an abundance of white, pink blushed blooms on burgundy stems with 7 petals instead of the usual 5 making it a fuller and showier flower. Bloom times are between November and January.
Helleborus niger HGC 'Joel'
Compact in habit but compensates in flower power! Lightly fragrant, single, white outward facing flowers begin in late November that will continue on into January. Flowers emerge white and age to light green or a light pink in cool weather.
Viola Sorbet Mix
An excellent mix of bi-color flowers, even in the depths of winter! Viola Sorbet surpasses other cultivars for its hardiness and sheer flower power, producing an abundance of colorful individually painted blooms above mounds of dark green foliage.