Compact with clusters of white blooms in mid-to-late spring. Glossy green foliage turns copper-orange in fall, accenting black bitter fruit. Hedging or mass planting material. Requires well-drained soil; tolerates moist sites.
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Compact, dense groundcover shrub with glossy green foliage turning red in fall. Masses of small, white spring blooms mature to dark purple, bitter berries. Tolerates salt, a variety of soil types and drought once established in a moist, well-drained soil.
Mounding groundcover. Masses of dainty, bright white blooms in mid-spring mature to bitter, dark purple fruit. Dark green, glossy foliage turns brilliant red in fall. Prune only after blooming, when necessary. Tolerates hot or cold climates and wet or dry soils.
Spreading clumps of finely textured, bright white and green, variegated, arched foliage. Cool-season grass which is best in moist to wet, acidic soil. Avoid clay soil. Good in rock gardens, woodlands, containers and borders. Prefers a cooler area in the landscape.
Native to western and central North America. Narrow, evergreen, lance like silver-grey, aromatic foliage, accents inflorescence panicles of yellow disc-shaped blooms along stems in late summer. Gnarled growing habit. Tolerates rocky soils, drought and flooding.
Silver Mound Artemisia
Artemisia schmidtiana 'Nana'
Fragrant, low mound of fine, silky soft, silver-grey foliage. Best form with hard cutting after small, silver, ball-like blooms appear. Non-spreading plant for contrast, borders, perennial beds and containers. Prefers hot sites and dry soils once established.
Low mat of silver-white, lobed foliage - great for highlighting other plants. Cut back in summer when plants start upright growth, to keep mat-like growth habit. Drought tolerant once established. Great groundcover or for edges, containers and hanging baskets.