Commonly grown in the perennial gardens of Europe, this easy care perennial grows quickly to form a large clump of dark green foliage topped with ruby red flower spikes for many weeks. Most effective when planted en masse; encourage gardeners to purchase this plant in groups of three. Prefers fertile, moist soils.
Useful for brightening up shade gardens, this bushy selection forms a non-running clump of bright chartreuse to gold foliage. Raspberry red flower spikes shoot above the foliage for many weeks. Most effective when planted en masse; encourage gardeners to purchase this plant in groups of three. Prefers fertile, moist soils.
Grown for its fantastic foliage, each leaf is painted with swirls of green and creamy white accented by a burgundy chevron. Tiny red flowers appear on wispy stems late in the season; deadhead to prevent reseeding. Prefers but doesn't demand fertile, moist soils. Best with some afternoon shade.
This non-running, sterile selection is grown for its striking tricolor patterned leaves which emerge maroon with a silvery green chevron and deep purple center, becoming greener in summer. White babyÕs breath-like flowers appear above the billowy foliage. May be pinched to limit height. A colorful accent for borders and containers.
This is the ideal plant to recommend to someone looking to make a bold statement in their garden. Well-behaved by not running or reseeding, this species forms a very large, bushy clump of bold green leaves topped with huge, creamy white, Astilbe-like flowers over several months. Offer it for sale in large containers.