Fern-like, purple-black foliage and bottlebrush-shaped racemes of long, fluffy, fragrant white blooms in fall. Prefers a moist, well-drained soil. Requires full sun in cool-season climates.
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Pink, white and green foliage. Hardy vine with fragrant creamy flowers in spring followed by small, edible green fruit on female plants. Male and female plants are combined in one pot to produce fruit. Requires a support structure. Screen or shade plant.
A fast spreading groundcover with heart-shaped, toothed cream and green variegated foliage. Tall stalks with clusters of dainty white blooms in spring. Best in contained areas. Tolerates most well-drained soils and conditions.
Smaller, dense rounded Buckeye with unusual bright red, scorch resistant fall foliage. Large spikes of cream-yellow blooms in late spring followed by thick, spiky husked seeds. Drought tolerant once established, but prefers moist, well-drained soil. All parts are toxic.
Large panicles of deep pink blooms with yellow throats, in late spring are highlighted by palm-shaped, dark green foliage and followed by spiny seed husks. Broad rounded form for medium to large landscapes. Prefers moist, well-drained soil. Poisonous if ingested.