Dianella tasmanica ‘Variegata’ Variegated Flax Lily

Dianella tasmanica ‘Variegata’ comes from South East Australia, this is a grass-like perennial that is grown for it’s bold white stripes. Mid Spring this Lily will produce clusters of small lavender blue flowers, these will be followed by electric blue berries. Variegated Flax Lily is drought tolerant once established, clump forming, growing up to 15-18″ […]

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Cyrtomium falcatum

This group of plants are most definitely shade loving plants that require adequate, if not more than adequate, amounts of water for best performance in the landscape. Most prefer damp, moist heavily shady areas but will do well with adequate water in almost any landscape. Some varieties are evergreen, some are semi-evergreen and some are […]

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Cercis canadensis ‘Forest Pansy’ Forest Pansy Redbud

The Forest Pansy Redbud conveys dark red purple leaves along with showy pink to lavender pea-like blossoms which appear before the leaves in the spring. The older leaves will eventually fade to a lighter green with purple hues. This Redbud needs to be protected with shade in hot sunny regions. Cercis canadensis ‘Forest Pansy’ can […]

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Aucuba japonica ‘Variegata’ Gold Dust Japanese Aucuba

Japanese Aucuba is native from the Himalayas to Japan. Many forms exist due to the variances in the seedlings. Differences include smaller leaf sizes, elongated leaves, and variegated foliage. Gold Dust Aucuba is one of the most popular variegated forms available today. Leaves are large, leathery, and dark green in color. The name Gold Dust […]

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