And architectural curiosity. Perennial of the family umbelliferae. Surprising flowering strangely resembling that of hellebores: umbels of green jade pendant flowers fading old rose. Creepy cut green foliage. Fertile, well drained soil.
Beautiful shrubby plant with upright habit and rapid growth. Wide deeply toothed leaves blue-gray. Long vertical clusters of red-brown flowers. Very fertile soil, sandy, dry fresh, well drained in full sun.
Mint ginger pretty oval leaves spotted with yellow and lemony fragrance. Lilac bloom. Any soil too dry. Very bright in partial shade, but do not stand too dense shade. Culinary use: fruit salad.
Resulting from the mountains of japan, it mitella that resembles tiarella form a compact clump. Rare variegated foliage form cream. Greenish pink flowers followed curious seeds. Good ground cover dombre. Soil humus, fresh.
A white bee balm which forms clumps slender beautiful aromatic foliage, deciduous, toothed. Pure white flowers with ruffled petals grouped around a green heart. Any good ground drained and fresh.
Remarkable for its multicolored red orange and yellow foliage green late summer, this perennial dombre blooms in early spring. Small greenish-white flowers with heart-like brown to bergenia.