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    Dwarf purple willow

    Salix purpurea ‘Nana’

    This willow has a lovely matte finish with slender blue-green leaves.

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    ‘White Gold’ bleeding heart

    Lamprocapnos spectabilis ‘White Gold’

    Something different for the shade.

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    Dwarf English Boxwood

    Buxus Sempervirens ‘Suffruticosa’

    A small, rounded shrub that forms tufts of growth resembling a cloud if unsheared. Slow growing, dwarf form. Considered to be the most resistant to boxwood leaf miner.

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    Durable variety with small trusses of bright lavender-pink blooms contrasting with mahogany-brown winter foliage color. Stands up to heat as well as cold.

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    Tiger Eyes sumac

    Rhus typhina ‘Bailtiger’

    Lemon-lime foliage, fuzzy stems, and intense fall color make this sumac cultivar a standout.

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    Upright wild ginger

    Saruma henryi

    Saruma henryi is as sublime as it is uncommon.

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    Nicotiana langsdorffii

    Broad, deep-green leaves nearly a foot long and panicles of flowers the color of a Granny Smith apple make this Nicotiana a great companion for many other garden plants.

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    Jasmine tobacco

    Nicotiana alata and cvs.

    This short nicotiana bears fragrant, flat, star-like flowers in many colors: crimson, purple, wine, rose, pink, lime green, and white.

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    ‘Crystal Palace Gem’ geranium

    Pelargonium ‘Crystal Palace Gem’

    'Crystal Palace Gem' was first introduced in 1869 and has been a star in the garden ever since.

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    ‘St. Patrick’ Hybrid tea rose

    Rosa 'St. Patrick'

    This double-flowered rose has yellow blossoms with green outer petals.