"Petite Plum" Ninebark is a compact, mounded shrub with striking burgundy-plum foliage. Flowers bloom in dense clusters in spring followed by seed pods. Useful accent for a border, hedge, or mass planting in a low maintenance landscape. Prefers partial to full sun and reaches 5-6 ft. tall and 4-5 ft. wide.
Perfect for smaller landscapes, this phenomenal hybrid with lustrous, dark purple leaves. Foliage is similar to Forest Pansy, but with Texas Redbud in its genes, 'Merlot' offers excellent drought tolerance and thicker, glossier leaves that stand up to summer heat. Tight, dense, semi-upright habit. Bright lavender-pink flowers in spring. Deciduous.
Purple Plunge Weeping Plum's brilliant burgundy leaves stick around from spring to fall. Also in spring, this ornamental plum delivers tons of very fragrant pink flowers, which are arranged prettily on the weeping branches, like a waterfall of blooms. The strong, lovely perfume attracts pollinators well. Purple Plunge is fast growing for a tree, and highly adaptable to many gardens—great news for anyone needing a good focal point. This is an ornamental variety of plum; any fruiting is extremely rare.
"Moonshadow" Euonymus has lustrous, deep green leaves with bright yellow centers which provide bold evergreen color. Can be used as a vibrant groundcover or low hedge plant, or to create colorful edging along drives and walkways. Prefers partial to full sun which reaches 3 ft. tall spreading 5 ft. wide.