Agapanthus 'Northern Star'
Polemonium 'Golden Feathers'
On the right is 'Blue Glow', popular in the floral trade for its distinctive pale blue globes and reputation as a high quality cut-and-dry flower. As it turns out, the plant is an exemplary garden citizen, blooming midsummer above surprisingly soft thistle-like foliage. We recommend this highly xeric variety for waterwise plantings.
Echinacea CARA MIA 'Yellow'
An unusual cross, 'Winterbells' blends two distinct species. From the foetidus parent, the flowers are cup-shaped and nod forward. From the niger parent, the stems are cinnamon brown. The combination grows low and wide, about 15 inches by two feet. Some Hellebores want to be a groundcover, and this is one of them. It stays evergreen anywhere the snow doesn’t last long.
Festuca 'Beyond Blue'
This shade of lemon yellow-green is a rare sight among Sempervivums. Colorockz 'Lemon Flare' has it, cycling with a warm red in concentric rings on a wide rosette. The variety pups heavily, so pots are filled with alternating colors. A webbed center appears in the fall and disappears in the spring.