Native to eastern Asia. Deeply cut or lobed leaves form attractive mounds, but the real show comes in summer, when tall, slender stems produce flat-topped clusters of tiny blossoms. Good in perennial borders. Long-lastingcut flowers. Appreciate rich, well-drained soil. Do notplant near daylilies (Hemerocallis),since Patrinia species serve as the alternate host for daylily rust.
To 4–6 ft. tall, 2 ft. wide. Flowering stems produce sprays of tiny yellow blossoms. Because stems have a see-through quality, plant can be grown either at front or at rearof border. May need staking.
Native to southern Alaska south through the Coast Ranges and Cascades of Washington and Oregon. Grows ...
To 2–3 ft. tall, 6 ft.wide. Macedonian native;considered hardiest commonboxwood.
To 2 ft. Dwarf with tiny leaves that emerge bluish, take on rust tones. Blue-purple flowers in early m...