The eye-catching stems of this 15' tree are not only twisted but also spiral outward and down, the dark glossy green of its needles along with its unique habit and moderate size make this an excellent focal point. Less than 12" of new growth per year.
Deciduous, small, upright maple with rich green foliage. New leaves emerge with tones of crimson and fade to green, then eventually change to yellow shades in the fall. Leaves consist of five to seven long narrow lobes that taper to sharp points. The name means 'harp strings'.
Lion's Head Maple is one of the world's most unique Japanese Maples. The interesting small crinkled leaves make 'Shishigashira' immediately recognizable. Fall color is gold to orange, and a beautiful red. It will stay green longer than other Japanese maples, but when the fall color arrives, its brilliant! In the winter, the tree's skeletal structure is attractive, as is the green bark. The name refers to Shishi, the mythical lion of Japanese drama.
Graceful and weeping, this Japanese maple is a stunner. Garnet colored leaves mature to purplish-green and then have lovely red fall color. To bring out the orange-red color in the deeply dissected leaves, plant in sun. Great for bonsai or to cascade over a wall. Introduced from Holland.
Deciduous, upright, spreading maple. 'Hot Wings' refers to the beautiful, bright red samaras that form after the small yellow flowers in spring and summer. Green foliage during the growing season turns to yellows and reds in the fall. Heat, drought and alkaline tolerant.
Medium sized deciduous maple with a broad, vase-shaped structure at maturity. White and green striped bark is especially pronounced against a backdrop of dark evergreens. Full to part shade is needed for best bark and leaf color.
This hardy, evergreen groundcover has glossy, green foliage and cute, pinkish-white, bell shaped flowers in the early spring. Mock Manzanita has a low, dense, bushy form and cascades nicely over retaining walls and bolders. Bright, red berries in the fall attract birds. This water-wise spreader is very drought tolerant after it's establishment period of 2-3 seasons and does best in well drained soils.
An outstanding, sturdy, evergreen ground cover. The light pinkish-white, urn shaped flowers in spring are followed by red berries, which can persist into winter. Leaves are small and dark green, and in the fall have a hint of red-gold.
Very small, dense evergreen shrub. Can be kept at 6" with pruning, but will get to 4' if left untouched. Considered the standard or "true-edging" boxwood. Foliage is fragrant and may have winter bronzing.
Very columnar evergreen conifer with short, weeping branches full of dark green foliage. Usually wider at the base of the tree and very narrow towards the tip. Excellent choice for a narrow spot in the garden where a vertical accent would be appreciated.
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.
Dense, spreading, evergreen shrub that is great for border plantings, fillers, or slopes. Leaves are slightly wavy and have a yellow center with a green margin. Very attractive, low maintenance addition to your garden!
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.
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.