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Phlomis fruticosa Phlomis fruticosa 

 ca$á3.75  Buy Now 
This low-growing evergreen shrub is easy to mistake for a perennial in colder areas, where it may be cut to the ground by heavy frost. The sage green leaves are attractive and effectively show off the stems of whorled golden flowers in tiers rising above the foliage. Grows up to 1m (3ft) and as... 
Penstemon fruticosus Penstemon fruticosus 

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This evergreen subshrub has elliptic green leaves and bears funnel-shaped purplish-blue flowers in late spring to early summer. Height and spread is 16 inches. Suits a rock garden. 
Paeonia suffruticosa 'white' Paeonia suffruticosa 'white' 

 ca$á4.25  Sold Out
Upright deciduous shrub with dark green leaves, blue-green beneath, deeply cut into pointed lobes. Bears single, cup-shaped, sometimes scented, white flowers 6-12 inches across. Height and spread is 7 feet. 
Oplopanax horridus Oplopanax horridus 

 ca$á4.50  Buy Now 
This erect, spiny deciduous shrub related to ginseng is significant for aboriginal peoples for its medicinal and protective qualities. It has large maple-shaped leaves with many spines on the underside. The shrub's stems have numerous yellowish spines. Bears pyramidal terminal clusters of small... 
Mahonia repens Mahonia repens 

  Syn. Berberis repens
 ca$á4.25  Buy Now 
This low-growing evergreen shrub has pinnate green leaves with up to seven wavy-margined, toothed leaflets and bears yellow flowers in spring followed by round, blue-black berries. Leaves take on bronze tints in cold weather. Height 12 inches;spread 3 feet. A good drought-tolerant ground cover. 
Mahonia nervosa Mahonia nervosa 

  Syn. Berberis nervosa
 ca$á3.95  Buy Now 
This evergreen shrub has short vertical stems, mostly under 30 cm (12 in), while the leaves reach higher, rarely up to 1 m (3 feet) tall. The leaves are compound, with 9-19 leaflets; each leaflet is strongly toothed, reminiscent of holly, and somewhat shiny, but less so than Tall Oregon-grape. This... 
Mahonia gracilipes Mahonia gracilipes 

 ca$á6.95  Buy Now 
Pictures can hardly do this plant justice. The large compound leaves are dark green with lighter green veins, but it is their undersides that are so striking - almost pure white. The flowers are unusual for a Mahonia in that they are burgundy and white, rather than the more usual yellow. The widely... 
Mahonia bealii Mahonia bealii 

 ca$á4.15  Sold Out
This erect evergreen shrub has blue-green leaves divided into leaflets and bears pale yellow flowers in upright racemes from late fall to early spring, followed by blue-purple berries. Height is 6 feet. 
Lavandula angustifolia Lavandula angustifolia 

 ca$á3.85  Sold Out
Dense compact evergreen shrub with silvery gray leaves and soft violet-blue flowers in summer. Height 15 inches;spread 2 feet. 
Hypericum androsaemum Hypericum androsaemum 

 ca$á3.65  Buy Now 
This bushy deciduous shrub has erect branches and oblong green leaves. Bears cymes of star-shaped yellow flowers in spring, followed by red berries that ripen to black. Height and spread is 3 feet. 
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