'Gold Drop' has a compact globose to flat-topped habit with bright,greenish-yellow, lacy foliage. Great for borders, bonsai or as a single specimen. Golden tones are enhanced in the cooler winter months.
You will love the horizontal layering of the foliage on the 'Kosteri Fast Form'. It grows a little slower than 'Gracilis' and much faster than the dwarf 'Kosteri'. A great landscape plant, it has all the textural qualities of the dwarf form, but grows twice as fast.
Evergreen rounded shrub with glossy, bright yellow leaves that are aromatic when crushed. Fragrant white flowers grow in clusters from spring into the summer. Great choice for a splash of evergreen color in the yard.
Large cream colored flowers with burgundy/red eyes that bloom from May into September above tidy, mounding foliage. A low maintenance perennial that is resistant to disease and mildew. Drought tolerant once established. Great for containers, borders, mass plantings and cutting.
Large, double, pink and white flowers have an amazing, spicy-clove fragrance. Silvery-blue foliage forms a compact mound. Blooms begin in mid spring and repeat all season, more blooms if dead-headed regularly. Makes a wonderful ground-cover, edging or container plant.
Evergreen groundcover-like shrub with dark green leaves with a wide midrib venation. Grows 6-12" off the ground and is spreading in habit. Collected from the Wolong Nature Preserve in China and introduced by Heronswood Nursery in Washington.
With its glossy, dark green leaves this euonymus is a great foundational plant in the landsape. The leaves form tight bunches along the branches giving it a very dense look. Its upright habit makes it ideal for hedging. Can tolerate a wide variety of soil types and salt spray.
A great plant for adding height to your back boarders, self supporting with no need to stake. Pretty pink flowers in the late summer and early fall above green foliage with creamy yellow variegation. Wet soil and salt tolerant make Pink Frost a great choice for coastal regions. Attracts butterflies and pollinators.
full to part sun
Introduced by the combined efforts of OSU, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station & WSU Agricultural Research Center, the Sweet Sunrise Strawberry is prized for its sweet, tangy flavor, firm texture, early season yield and deep, red color throughout. This self-fertile, June bearing strawberry is well suited to the PNW and is great for fresh eating, preserves and baking. Sweet Sunrise plants will bare fruit the first year after planting.
Perennial for shade. Large handsome classic with a vase-shaped appearance. Smooth, frosty blue leaves with slightly wavy margins are complimented with spikes of lavender blooms in late summer that can reach up to 6 ft.
Compact, dense, broadleaf evergreen shrub with an upright, spreading habit. Small, cupped leaves give the plant an attractive, fine texture. Female clone which produces non-showy, greenish white flowers in the spring and is often set heavily with black fruit in the fall. Flowers do attract bees. Looks attractive pruned or un-pruned.
A great evergreen for privacy screening and hedging. Bright green foliage is spineless and new spring growth is a pretty bronze. Screen Play has an upright, dense habit and prunes nicely to fit your gardening style. Deep red berries in the winter attract birds. Resistant to deer, pests and disease.