Evergreen foliage to 3 ft with white flowers, followed by berries which should NOT be eaten. Sun to partial shade. Zone 9.
Gaultheria insana (sym Pernettya furens/G. furens)
Chilean Insane Bush
A profusion of shell pink flowers over aromatic foliage to 6 inches. Sun to partial shade. Zones 4-9.
Magenta flowers in early summer. Aromatic foliage. Sun to part shade. 12-18".
Geranium macrorrhizum 'Bevan's Variety'
Bevan's Hardy Geranium
Intense lilac-blue flowers on reddish-plum colored, compact foliage. Slow-growing. To 10 inches. Sun to partial shade. Zone 5.
Geranium pratense 'Dark Reiter'
Dark Reiter Meadow Geranium
Large white flowers vividly marked with violet veins, on scalloped, felted, gray-green foliage. Mounded habit, slow-growing. Zone 5.
Hardy Violet Geranium
Masses of pink flowers, low-growing,mounding. Sun/partial shade.
Geranium sanguinium 'Lancastriense'
Hardy Pink Geranium
Fuchsia-pink flowers with red veins. Low-growing perennial. Sun to partial shade.
Geranium sanguinium 'Max Frei'
Golden foliage becomes spangled in red and white, continues through winter. Continuous pink flowers. Very attractive plant. 6 to 9 inches tall.
Geranium thunbergii 'Jester's Jacket'
Jester's Jacket Cranesbill
Pale pink to white flowers on fuzzy, fragrant semi-evergreen foliage. To 18 in. Full sun to partial shade. Zone 5-9.
Geranium x cantabrigiense 'Biokovo'
Large, orange-red flowers on 12 inch stems in May-June. Sun to partial shade. Zone 3-7.
Geum coccineum 'Borisii-Strain'
Tango, Queen of Orange
Bright orange flowers on brilliant golden foliage from 8 to 12 in. Drought tolerant. Best in sun. Zones 5-8.
Geum coccineum 'Eos'
Golden Scarlet Avens
An English wildflower with reddish-purple flowers and feathery seed heads May-Sept. To 15 in. Moist shade.
Geum rivale 'Chocolate'
Water Avens, Chocolate Root
Reddish-white flowers in threes. Foliage has silky hairs. 6 to 8 inches. Native to NW. Ornamental seed spikes. Sun.
Geum triflorum 'Silky'
Three Flowered Geum
Graceful, fan-like foliage, which turns golden in fall. Pest free. Slow growing to 40 ft. Native to U.S. millions of years ago.
Long, narrow flower petals are purplish-blue on stems to 10 inches in late Springto early Summer. Tight mat, good groundcover. Sun
A cross between Franklinia a. & Gordinia l. with large cream flowers and large glossy foliage. Ever-green. Red Fall color. Zone 7.
Gordlinia grandiflora aka Franklinia x Gordinia
A majestic herbaceous hardy plant, can grow to over 6 ft. across with 8 ft long stalks. Reddish flowers. Needs water and heat. Sun.