My Monet Weigela

Although most flowering shrubs need a full 5-6 hours of sun, this compact, little beauty is happiest growing in part sun.   The My Monet Weigela takes on a mounded appearance reaching 12-18 € both in height and width.   The colorful-green and creamy-white foliage topped off with purplish-pink flowers adds interest to any garden all season long.

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Little Bluestem

Little Bluestem

Little Bluestem is a native ornamental grass that brings year-round interest to Wisconsin gardens. This grass is prized for its slender, upright form and beautiful blue-green foliage that turns a striking red-orange in the fall. Little Bluestem also produces fluffy,...

Blue Star Amsonia

Blue Star Amsonia

Blue Star Amsonia is a stunning perennial that thrives in the temperate climate of Southeast Wisconsin. This plant is known for its lovely clusters of star-shaped blue flowers that bloom in late spring to early summer, providing a striking contrast against its narrow,...

Jack Frost Brunnera

Jack Frost Brunnera

Jack Frost Brunnera is admired for its beautiful heart-shaped leaves that appear dusted with frost, thanks to their silvery overlay and pronounced green veins. During May, it produces delicate sprays of tiny blue flowers that closely resemble forget-me-nots, adding a...

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