Sedum Lemon Ball - Cold Hardy (zones 3-11) with fabulous foliage color and texture that contrasts beautifully with other succulent varieties. Bright yellow blooms all summer are attractive to butterflies. EasytoGrowBulbs.com
Dwarf Japanese Cedar
Cryptomeria "Little Diamond" Just planted this dwarf conifer in my garden. Stays compact 2-3' takes full sun to partial shade, evergreen. Hardy to zone 5. Will update next year.
Simple landscaping at your home's foundation in your front yard - like this free-form bed with crushed rock mulch and a variety of shrubs - can really create curb appeal. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Lime Glow Juniper ( Juniperus )
Lime Glow Juniper is a low growing evergreen shrub with soft feathery textured foliage that is bright chartreuse yellow when new, fading to a slightly darker lime green when mature. Works great as a groundcover, or for colorful accents and borders.
Dwarf Japanese Cedar
A superb selection that retains a neat, dense mound with little care. Enjoy as a single specimen or group as a filler. Fine-textured foliage breaks up the bold effects of large-leaved plants. Foliage becomes rusty red in winter. Slowly forms a dense dome 2 to 3 ft. tall, slightly wider; 4 to 8 ft. tall with age. Full to partial sun. Evergreen.
Dwarf Globe Conifers in the Landscape
Dwarf Globe Conifers are a beautiful addition to have in any landscape. Along with their varying colors and textures they are also the perfect size to fit into just about any landscape plan including entrance gardens, evergreen and perennial gardens, poolscapes, rock gardens, Japanese gardens and more. The terminology 'Globe' or 'Globosa' refers to any conifer that is "globe-like" or rounded in appearance. Globose conifers come in a range of colors from blue to green to golden and all tend…
Macopin Eastern White Pine
A dwarf selection with soft, silvery blue-green needles. Produces abundant, light brown cones at an early age. Irregular, broadly upright, shrubby form is effective as an accent in rock gardens, as part of a foundation planting or in a shrub border.
Pinus mugo ' Teeny ' Miniature Mugo Pine
Pinus mugo 'Teeny' This miniature mugo sports tiny, uniformly straight, rich green needles, a very neat habit and extremely slow growth. Needles are held radially, spreading out from the center on each of many, short, well-clothed branches. Terminal buds are very showy, and the tight globose plant will not outgrow even the smallest garden space. Must have for Bonsai Masters!