A real improvement in Euonymus! Its large, round leaves have bright, bold variegation offering far more impact than other, older varieties. The variegation is very stable, and the plant has excellent disease resistance. This multi-functional plant is excellent in mass plantings, borders and containers.
Forming a tidy, round mound, this new barberry has striking chartreuse foliage with an unusual red, almost dotted, pattern around the margin. The fall foliage is orange, yellow and red. The small size and habit make it perfect as an accent plant in foundation plantings.
If you are looking for a very hardy small shrub for a hedge, Lodense Privet is perfect. I like the natural look, but it also can be pruned into a variety of shapes, making it perfect for a knot garden or border for an herb garden.
Whether you live in the North or South or have sun or shade, you can grow Persian shield. This delightful tropical shrub has been embraced by gardeners everywhere for its amazing purple foliage that has a decidedly iridescent shine. Its unique color makes Persian shield a stunning specimen plant or a top pick for fun combinations in garden beds, borders, or containers. And because it's not particularly large (Persian shield usually tops out around 3 feet tall and wide), it fits just about anywhere.