New very attractive chartreuse yellow (deciduous) foliage with long raspberry ears. Intermittent flowering from June to October. Rapid growth in any soil, preferably fresh. Solid, large pots.
Long flowering smartweed in pale pink ears rewarded with an award of garden merit. Deciduous. Good port to ground cover draws fresh ground or edge of water. Rapid growth by stolons. Fresh soil, clay.
Very rare in cultivation, this adorable originally dasie thumb, will seduce you with its fine flowering spikes of small pink flowers hanging on thin stems trimmed end of a deciduous leaved. Recommended by hotpot because plotter or as ground cover. Any soil a little cool.
Variety persicaria virginiana that deserves its name of "painter's palette" because the foliage is stained a whole gradation of green, cream, yellow and pink. Gracious spikes of red flowers rubies very long and very thin. Drained soil, moderately dry to fresh.