This adaptable spring bloomer will light up gardens on either side of the Mason-Dixon line.
Red currant fits into just about any landscape and provides delicious red fruit.
Most of us know jade plant as an easy-to-grow houseplant that looks like a miniature tree.
Though not the easiest ground cover to grow, wintergreen offers great ornamental value.
Serbian spruce has a graceful, spire-like shape and drooping side branches that sweep upward.
Few things spark up a dull winter landscape like the glowing red-orange stems of coral bark willow.
Winterberry provides a spectacular fruit display from autumn into winter.
This unique conifer is not a true pine, but its elegant foliage looks rather pine-like.
Common ninebark is a large native shrub with modest ornamental interest. But the introduction of purple-leafed cultivars, starting with Diabolo, has made this a must-have shrub for colorful landscapes.
Summersweet produces upright stems that are covered with small white or pink flowers in summer.