A clump-forming perennial with semi-evergreen bold, deeply-lobed dark green leaves up to 3 feet long. In late summer, bears white flowers with purple-shaded bracts in 3 foot long racemes, often with purple-tinged stems. Grows to 5 feet high by 3 feet wide. Best grown in a large border. Flowers are...
Erect herbaceous perennial with aromatic, ovate, golden -yellow leaves to 2 inches long. Produces violet-blue flowers in short spikes 3 inches long from mid-summer to autumn. Height 3 feet; spread 18 inches.
This colour variant of the British Columbia native is a delightful addition to any spring floral display. The flowers are a delicate shade of pink, with an ephemeral flush of lavender that gives the blooms a unique visual appeal. Height 24 inches; spread 18 inches.
Dark green glossy leaves emerge in winter and persist until late spring. When the leaves are finished the greenish-white flower spathes emerge. By late summer they develop bright red to orange berries, which may persist until the next crop of leaves arise in late autumn. Height 12 inches.
This trailing, evergreen perennial has softly hairy leaves and bears two-lipped pale yellow flowers which resemble those of snapdragons. Lovely when trailing over walls or rocks or the side of a raised bed. Height 2 inches; spread 24 inches.