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Grows 2 to 3 feet tall and wide. Has a multi-stemmed, clumping habit. Grow in moist, fertile, organically-rich soil; light to medium shade.

Foliage emerges bright chartreuse yellow in spring with a tinge of red pigment in the newest leaves.  It provides a bright spot of color and lacy texture to the shade garden in spring and then greens up a bit by late summer. Deer and rabbit resistant.

Stunning silver leaves, add brightness to shady areas, including woodland gardens. 'Alexander's Great' can grow to 15" tall x 18" wide.

Very tall, strong, blush red stems carry rose pink flower panicles in midsummer. 

Long-lived, grass-like, native perennial. Dark green. Unlikely to appeal to deer, but it does attract butterflies to the garden.

Easy to grow, carefree native perennial. large grey-green, foliage. White flowers In early May, lightly tinted lavender with a yellow inner eye. Gets its carpet moniker from the fact that it grows in a dense mat of fuzzy foliage.

Mid-sized leaves of glowing wine red make a medium sized mound. These are topped with bicolored pink and white flowers on dark red stem (June-September) Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.

picture from Star Roses and Plants

A new, compact Spirea which does not burn in full sun. Flowers are a dark rose pink and reappear for most of the summer.

Native cultivar. Each leaf is deeply lobed with pointy edges, with an overall lacy texture. The centers of the leaves have burgundy blotches. Ivory flower spikes appear just above the foliage in early spring.