- a dense, shrubby groundcover,
- opposite, ovate leaves,
- blue flowers with five petals fused partway into a distinctive "propellor" shape.
- a low, creeping groundcover with opposite, elliptical leaves,
- blue flowers with 5 petals fused into a distinctive "propeller" shape.
- a low evergreen herb,
- leaf margins that can be entire or coarsely toothed,
- flowers with four petals that can be lilac to reddish-purple.
- erect stems with narrow, gray-green leaves,
- clusters of mauve flowers with the standard floral structure of the mustard family.
Erysimum 'Bowles Mauve'
Bowles Mauve Wallflower
- narrow leaves that are shiny, dark, and thick,
- numerous white (or purple) flowers in clusters at the top of tall stems,
- flowers that have two small petals and two opposite larger ones.
- a low branching and trailing plant, growing up to 1 foot tall,
- tiny, white or purple, four-petaled flowers crowded in clusters.
- a mass of green stems up to 3 feet high,
- alternate pinnately-compound leaves,
- terminal leaflets that are so deeply lobed as to look like three separate leaflets,
- large, terminal flower buds in early spring,
- large, showy, fragrant flowers in late spring.
- grows slowly to 3-5 feet tall
- large flowers, 10-12 inches across, appear in spring
- large leaves of 3-5 leaflets
- rounded or spreading large shrub or small tree
- dark green leaves up to 3 inches long
- flowers from spring into early summer
Island Bush Poppy
- bright orange flowers with four petals,
- a sea of soft, finely divided gray-green foliage.
- brightly colored flowers with crumpled petals and many stamens,
- visible hairs on the flower stalks and buds,
- a rosette of blue-green leaves with irregular lobes.
- stiff, horizontal branches in a herringbone pattern
- small bright green leaves turn orange and red before falling
- attractive groundcover if given enough room; do not prune
- strongly resembles strawberry (Fragaria vesca) but the flowers are yellow and the fruit is held upright
- bright green leaves with 3 leaflets
- yellow half-inch flowers are followed by red, tasteless half-inch fruit
- a simple groundcover that doesn't need much care but can be invasive
Indian Mock Strawberry
- deep pink buds open to single white flowers
- fragrant and very profuse blooms
- small yellow fruit
Japanese Flowering Crabapple
- fast-growing flowering tree
- single rose-red flowers
- large orange-red fruit can be used for jelly
- a common low-maintenance landscaping bush or small tree
- leaves are elliptical to oval, up to 5 inches long, and dark red when new
- has flat clusters of small white flowers in the spring
Photinia x fraseri 'Birmingham'
- a small tree with erect branches and dark-brown glossy bark
- leaves are shiny green, ovate acuminate, and very noticeably serrate (hence the specific epithet)
- flowers make a big display in the spring with 3-5 one-inch flowers in a cluster
Japanese Flowering Cherry
- a vigorous evergreen climber,
- long, spreading stems with very few thorns,
- pinnately-compound leaves with 3 or 5 glossy, leathery leaflets,
- large clusters of small yellow or white flowers.
Lady Banks' Rose
- a shrub that grows 5-6 feet tall with arching branches,
- many double white flowers,
- diamond-shaped blue-green leaves up to 3 inches long.
Double Bridal Wreath