Medium sized tree, with a flat, round, irregular head. New shoots are golden yellow and during summer they turn greenish creating a nice contrast all season long. It is a fruitless tree. Use as a specimen.
A bright, golden yellow juniper; 'Mother Lode' holds its bright color all summer in full or partial sun. Attractive even in winter with its yellow-orange tinged with purple foliage. A must for every landscape. It tolerate well pollution but not shady area.
Palmated leaves, lustrous dark green, larger than that of the Engelman, turning purple red in fall. Black-blue fruits in September-October, non-edible. Fast growing in the second year following the plantation. Very resistant to pollution and de-icing salt. Use on fences, trellises, walls or as a creeper. Trim regularly to limit expansion.
A classic for our garden! This philadelphus is well known for its fragrance of gardenia and orange's flower. Also, for its bright yellow foliage in spring turning yellowish during the season. Can tolerate drought. Prune anytime to limit expansion and to keep a desired shape. Use it as an hedge, isolated or as a focus point. Better results in a partly shady area.
A pretty spot of light for your flower beds, this showy bright yellow leaves shrub will make a cluster of pale pink flower. Grow well in any kind of soil, in full sun it holds his golden yellow foliage, in part shade it will turn greenish yellow. Each two year cut it back, the new shoots will have more color.
Dramatic effect shrub, the rich dark burbundy-red foliage create a very showy effect in your garden. The leaves are roundish ovate,3-5 lobed. Make a bunch of creamy white flower followed by red capsule for the of summer. It have an interest in winter, the barkwill nicely exfoliating. Each two year cut it back, the new shoots will have more color.
This shrub is the darkest of all the purple physocarps. Its main advantage is that it has good resistance to powdery mildew, a very common disease in physocarps. Its coloring will be optimal in full sun. It is the ideal plant for obtaining beautiful contrasts.
Comparable to Picea glauca 'Conica' except for color. In spring, the new growth is light green, nothing out of the ordinary. In mid-summer, the second flush is nothing but extraordinary; bright, creamy-yellow new growth contrasts dramatically against the dark-green older foliage. Drought resistant.
Grafted shrub, resulting in a small, rounded head, regular and wide tree. Purple red foliage, becoming darker in the season. In May-June, the shrub bears small, fragrant, pinkish white flowers. Trim can vary depending on the height of the stem on which it was grafted.