Metasequoia glyptostoboides 'Gold Rush', Dawn Redwood, is a deciduous conifer with soft yellow new growth. The needles hold their chartreuse color in summer before turning bronze-orange and dropping. A bright focal point for large gardens. Grows 15-20 feet in 10 years eventually reaching 75-100 feet tall x 25 feet wide. Full sun with moist soil. Hardy to -20F.
COLOR GREEN, Ferns and Oxalis are made for each other, being perfectly suited for identical site conditions and having complementary texture, height color. Any fern with any Oxalis will make a pleasing combination, guaranteed.
From Monarchs to Swallowtails, we all love to see butterflies hanging out in our yards. Luckily, there are plenty of flowers that attract butterflies! This article also tells you how to design your own butterfly garden.
Bush's Lace Engelmann Spruce - Plant Description A weeping evergreen conifer with light powder-blue needles. A graceful and glowing presence in the landscape. Prefers full sun in well-drained soil. tall x wide in 10 years. Hardy to degrees.
Dawn Redwood- zone We admit we're cheating a bit on this one: Dawn redwood offers feathery green needles that look gorgeous in spring and summer. In autumn, they turn russet red and then drop, exposing the tree's delightfully architectural branching habit