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Arabis caucasica 'Variegata'
Striking emerald and cream, felted evergreen leaves are topped with pure white flowers in spring. The late season foliage is very attractive. A collector's plant.
Glossy-leaved, evergreen groundcover that is tolerant of many different conditions. Simple white flowers in spring are followed by edible red berries. A PNW native.
Geum x coccineum 'Fire Lake'
This upright-growing perennial has large 6" leaves and vivid, red-orange flowers that rise on tall stems. Great for rock gardens. Deadhead to promote second blooming.
Lavandula angustifolia 'Bowles'
Spikes of lavender flowers and aromatic gray-green foliage make this herb a standout in the garden. Maintains a tidy rounded habit.
Polygonatum odoratum 'Variegatum'
Fragrant, white flowers top arching stems of silver-edged leaves in spring. This woodland favorite has a creeping habit that is simply stunning when it forms a colony. A "Great Plant Pick" for the Pacific Northwest.
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.
Sunny yellow flowers are scattered over strawberry-like, evergreen foliage. A tough, mat-forming groundcover that tolerates a wide variety of conditions. Inedible berries in summer.
Lewisia x longipetala 'Little Mango'
Small, evergreen rosettes of large, succulent leaves become covered by clusters of yellow-orange mango colored blooms in spring. Excellent in containers, the border or a rock garden.
Thunbergia alata 'African Sunset'
A combination of cream, apricot and shades of maroon-red flowers with a dark eye define this vine. A great fence or trellis climber, but if left without support can become an extensive groundcover. A prolific and dynamic bloomer.
Hybrid of C. macranthos x C. henryi. Variable in color range from a lovely rich purple-red with darker venation to possibly a soft creamy yellow or even a light pink! Flowers are large and wide with a slightly corrugated lip. Prefers a lightly shaded area and a cool, moist, rich soil.
Abutilon Lucky Lantern Yellow*
Sister to Lucky Lantern Red. Produces yellow bell-shaped blooms all season--year 'round in warmer climates. A dwarf cultivar that is very well-suited to container gardening.