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(Eastern Arborvitae, Techny Gold™ Arborvitae)

It is likely that no native American evergreen is more prevalent in the North American landscape. Arborvitae is a hardy pyramidal coniferous tree usually cultivated in one of its many shrubby forms. This native of eastern North America has flattened feathery sprays of soft, scale-like, medium to dark green foliage that may turn shades of green and brown in winter. The leaves emit a pungent odor when bruised. Its dense branches often curve upwards, giving mature trees a soft, attractive look. The...

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James H. Schutte

(Eastern Arborvitae, White Cedar)

It is likely that no native American evergreen is more prevalent in the North American landscape than arborvitae. Noteworthy for its superior cold-hardiness and its dense foliage, 'Wareana' is a compact conical selection of this eastern North American native. This circa 1827 introduction has broad stubby fan-like sprays of soft, feathery, dull green foliage that holds its color in winter. The leaves emit a pungent odor when bruised. The small tan female cones are not ornamentally significant.

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Mark A. Miller

(American Arborvitae, Eastern Arborvitae, White Cedar, Woodward's Arborvitae)

Broad and round in habit, Woodward’s arborvitae is a compact to medium-sized, scaled evergreen shrub originating from eastern North America. It has sprays of soft, feathery, dark green foliage covering branches that turns shades or green and brown in winter.

Arborvitae performs best in full to part sun and slightly acidic soil with average drainage. In winter it appreciates protection from severe sun and high winds, which can cause leaf scorch. Highly versatile, Woodward’s arborvitae is an excellent...

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James H. Schutte

(Eastern Arborvitae, White Cedar)

Upright and cold hardy, ‘Yellow Ribbon’ is a tidy, scaled evergreen shrub with bright yellow-green foliage originating from northeastern North America. This highly popular plant has tight sprays of soft, feathery, yellow-tipped and yellow-green scaled needles covering its branches.

Arborvitae performs best in full to part sun and slightly acidic soil with average drainage. In winter it appreciates protection from severe sun and high winds, which can cause leaf scorch. Highly versatile, ‘Yellow...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Foamflower, Inkblot Foamflower)

Sweet, small and shade loving, this hardy clump-forming perennial offers both beautiful flowers and attractive foliage. A hybrid, 'Inkblot' is named for the light spattering of purple at the center of its bluntly toothed glossy green leaves, suggesting spilled ink. The handsome hairy-stemmed leaves form dense clumps. They remains evergreen in warmer climates to bring winter color to dull, dormant gardens. Elegant frothy spikes of small pinkish-white flowers rise well above the foliage for many weeks...

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James H. Schutte

(Foamflower, Pink Brushes Foamflower)

Offering a profusion of elegant flowers in spring and attractively lobed and marked leaves year-round, this hardy clump-forming perennial was introduced by The Primrose Path in Scottdale, Pennsylvania. The large, lime-green, maple-like leaves have contrasting maroon midstripes on their long pointed lobes. The midstripes merge to form a small central blotch. The foliage turns bronzy tones in fall. It persists through winter in warmer climates, bringing color to dull dormant gardens. Elegant frothy...

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Mary S. Thomas

(Foamflower, Skeleton Key Foamflower)

Although offering dainty white flowers in spring, this hardy clump-forming perennial is best known for its dramatically incised leaves that are divided nearly to the midvein. The large lime-green leaves have contrasting maroon midstripes on their deep lobes. The midstripes merge to form a small central blotch. The foliage turns bronzy tones in fall. It persists through winter in warmer climates, bringing color to dull dormant gardens. Elegant frothy spikes of small white flowers rise above the foliage...

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Jesse Saylor

(Brandywine Foamflower, Heartleaf Foamflower)

Foamflower is a low carpeting perennial native to eastern North America. 'Brandywine' - an especially vigorous cultivar of foamflower - bears spikes of delicate, frothy, creamy white flowers atop 10-inch stems in spring. The lobed, slightly hairy, glossy green, maple-shaped leaves have pleated veins which are often stained with burgundy. The foliage turns bronze-red in winter. 'Brandywine' is at home in partial or full shade and moist, humus-rich soil, making it an ideal groundcover for the woodland...

(Heartleaf Foamflower, Oakleaf Foamflower)

Offering beautiful flowers and handsome foliage, this clump-forming perennial is one of the oldest and best selections of an outstanding eastern North American woodlander. Airy cylindrical to pyramidal spikes of delicate, frothy, pinkish-white flowers open atop erect calf-high stems in spring, creating a foamy wave of color when plants are massed. The large, deeply lobed, slightly hairy leaves bear a passing resemblance to oak foliage. The leaves turn bronze-red in fall, and persist through winter...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Wherry's Foamflower)

Valued for its elegant flowers, handsome foliage, and clumping habit, Wherry's foamflower is a semi-evergreen perennial from the southeastern United States. Pyramidal spikes of delicate frothy white flowers open atop compact erect stems in late spring and early summer, creating a foamy wave when these plants are massed. The flowers are often pink-tinged. The lobed, maple-like leaves have pleated veins which are often stained with burgundy. The foliage turns bronze-red in fall, and persists through...