Andropogon, Big Bluestem
5-6′ high with the flower heads. Flower head looks like a turkey’s foot. Light red fall color. Likes a well drain soil.
1-3′ high by 1-3′ wide. Full sun to partial shade. Pink flowers in summer to fall.
1.5′ high by 1.5′ wide. White flowers in summer to fall. Full sun to partial shade.
Aquilegia (Columbine), Biedermeier
1′ high by 1.5-2′ wide. Mixed flower color. Handles partial shade .
Aquilegia (Columbine), Spring Magic
1′ high by 1-2′ wide. Partial Shade. Flower color is either blue and white (like picture) or Rose and Ivory.
Aralia cordata ‘Sun King’
This hardy tropical looking plant can brighten up that shaded spot with its large golden foliage. Growing to 36″ tall, it blooms are tiny white flowers that give way to purple black berries in the fall. In dense shade the foliage will take on a greener appearance.
Arborvitae, Degroot’s Spire
10′ high by 2′ wide. Tight, narrow upright evergreen with soft foliage.
Arborvitae, Emerald Green
12′ high by 3′ wide. Narrow upright evergreen with soft foliage.
Arborvitae, Hetz Midget
2′ high by 2′ wide. Dense, compact, globe arborvitae that tolerates full sun.
Artemesia, Silver Mound
1′ high by 1-2′ wide. Silvery foliage on a plant that does well in full sun and dry soils.
Aruncus, Dwarf Goats Beard
.5-1′ high by .5-1′ wide. Part sun to part shade. Moist to normal soil. White flowers in summer.
Aruncus, Goats Beard
3-4′ high by 2-3′ wide. Full sun to partial sun. Wet to normal soils condition. White flowers in summer.
Asclepias, Butterfly Milkweed
2-3′ high by 2′ wide. Orange flowers in summer time. Handles dry soils.
Ash, Autumn Purple
45′ high by 40′ wide. Does have a purple fall color. NOTE: Is susceptible to the ash borer which can cause the tree to die.
45′ high by 35′ wide. Yellow fall color. NOTE: Is susceptible to the ash borer which can cause the tree to die.