Foliage Follow-Up for March
|Pinus contorta 'Taylor's Sunburst'|
One thing that evergreens cannot do though is give you that thril
Euphorbia myrsinites, the Myrtle Spurge or Donkeytail Spurge, is an awesome plant that has looked good all year.
Corydalis 'Purple Leaf' has emerged from winter dormancy. It actually did not go dormant until very late summer last year. I am looking forward to the blooms this year. This is a great bloomer for shady areas.
Heuchera 'Kassandra' has had these colorful leaves all winter. I have had mixed results with these plants but this one seems to be contented after being moved several times. :(
Potentilla 'Fireball'. I have never grown these before, not sure what to expect.
Rose 'Mutabilis' has survived the winter with flying colors. It took me several attempts in Alabama to keep this one alive.
Viburnum awabuki. I got this at Joy Creek Nursery to help with screening along our back border. It is still very small but growing nicely.
Deschampsia flexuosa 'Aurea' (Tatra Gold) aka Crinkled Hair Grass. I got this at Yard n' Garden Land last year and I love it.
|Euonymous albomarginatus - another inherited shrub that is really nice.|
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