A slow-growing evergreen conifer with a pyramidal form. Gray-green needles are blunt at the tips and shorter than the species, giving 'Green Star' a sturdy appearance.
An unusual evergreen conifer with an extremely narrow form. Branches droop downward and remain close to the trunk. Foliage is soft and rich green.
Under 3" tall mats of green 1/2" ovate leaves that can be deciduous in winter. In spring, 1" bright rose-pink flowers appear right on the foliage.
A medium-size spreading, deciduous shrub. Green leaves have a creamy-white margin, and have patches of red in autumn. Drooping racemes of light yellow, cup-shaped flowers.
A broad, arching deciduous shrub with long, narrow green leaves. Drooping yellow-green flowers in early spring.
An upright deciduous shrub or small tree with a narrow crown. White camellia-like flowers appear in summer. Dark green leaves turn a vibrant purple-red in fall.