* denotes NEW plants for 2015


'Hakuro Nishiki'

Salix ‘Hakuro Nishiki’
(Large shrub/small tree to 15 feet) (Zone 3) White, green, and pink new growth on long wispy stems.                                            

Sarcococca confusa- foliage

Sarcococca confusa
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 3 feet) (Zone 6) Evergreen shrub for the shade. Dark green foliage and fragrant white flowers in February make this under-used plant a winner. Beautiful fruit go from red to black.
Sarcococca confusa
  Sarcococca hookeriana
(Broadleaf evergreen shrub to 4 feet) (Zone 5) I came across this plant at Hilliers Arboretum in England, in their winter garden.  The fragrance of the border planting in early March was incredible!  This selection is from seed collected in the wild in Nepal.  Dark green evergreen foliage.  Prefers shade.                                                                   


Spiraea japonica ‘Goldmound’
(shrub to 2 feet) (Zone 3) Low-mounding cultivar with pink flowers and yellow foliage                               

'Little Princess'

Spiraea japonica ‘Little Princess’
(Shrub to 2 feet) (Zone 3) Low-mounding cultivar with green foliage and pink flowers.                                                                  
Spiraea japonica ‘Neon Flash’
(Shrub to 3 feet) (Zone 4) Similar to Anthony Waterer but with red flowers and reddish new growth.       






Spiraea prunifolia

Spiraea prunifolia
(Shrub to 6 feet) (Zone 4-8)  Double white flowers in the early spring before the foliage emerges.  Fall color is a yellow-orange.    

‘Fujino Pink’



Spiraea thunbergii ‘Ogon’
(Shrub to 4 feet) (Zone 4) Same growth habit and white flower as species but with bright yellow new growth in the spring that continues on new growth throughout the season.                                         
Spiraea x bumalda ‘Anthony Waterer’
(Shrub to 4 feet) (Zone 3) Green foliage with dark pink flowers.                                                            
‘Anthony Waterer’




'Magic Carpet'

Spiraea x bumalda ‘Magic Carpet’ PP#9,363
(Shrub to 1.5 feet) (Zone 3) Low-growing cultivar with pink flowers and orange-red new growth. Introduced by David Tristram of the United Kingdom.                                                                 

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