Though the plant is a showstopper, it’s not a diva. It is exceptionally tolerant of urban conditions and can take drought, heat, and blazing sun without the slightest bit of wilting.
A large, dense hedge bearing clusters of tiny, blue-gray berries.
A welcome pop of color and structure in a winter garden.
A striking shrub that will brighten a bleak winter landscape.
A hardy, slow-growing pine with soft green needles and purplish-brown cones.
An aggressive deciduous shrub.
One of the most beautiful and most consistent native trees for color.
This cold-hardy variety with delicious edible purple-brown fruit.
A large, spreading shrub with fluffy white flowers.
Heart-shaped leaves cover lateral branches that grow somewhat perpendicular to the ground.