Aromatic leaves used in savory dishes. Dense, evergreen shrub to 20 ft. Can be kept small with pruning. Sun. Zone 7.
Mauve-rose pink flowers on a rounded 24 inch bush. Well drained soil. Best in sun.
Lavendula angustifolium 'Jean Davis'
Fragrant, silvery-blue foliage with white fragrant flower spikes. Well drained soil. To 2 ft. Sun.
Lavendula intermedia 'Grosso Alba'
White Compact Lavender
Spikes of violet-purple flowers. Heavy oil producer. Well drained soil. Best in sun.
Lavendula intermedia 'Grosso'
Dark plum flowers with long-lasting violet bracts on ever-silvery foliage to 24 inches tall and wide. Best in sun. Zones 6- 10.
Lavendula stoechas 'Silver Anouk'
Anouk Spanish Lavender
Intense lemon scent, with spikes of cream colored flowers. To 2 ft. Best in SUN.
Largest flowers and plants to 4 ft. with light purple flowers. Best in sun. Zones 5-9.
Lavendula x intermedia 'Grappenhall'
Grand Grappenhall Lavender
Tender spreading epiphytic fern, lives on rocks or branches. to 1 1/2 inches. Needs low water and good drainage. Zone 9.
Lilac-pink flowers on 3-4 foot stems with ruffled foliage. Best in sun. Zones 3-9.
Leourus cardiaca 'Grobbebol'
White flowers cover this large shrub with fragrant foliage. Medicinal uses. New Zealand native. Zone 9-11. Sun.
Tea Tree Myrtle
Purplish-red flowers (bracts) in late summer, to 6 ft. followed by black-purple berries through winter.
Red flowers and fruit on bright golden shrubs to 8 ft. Wildlife love this plant! Zones 4-9. Best in sun.
Leycesteria formosa 'Golden Lanterns'
Golden Himalayan Honeysuckle
Narrow, golden-green foliage to 16 inches. White flowers in spring. Moist, well-drained soil. Full sun.
New Zealand Golden Spike
Pure white trumpets, golden throats and pinkish streaks 6 in. flowers on 4 to 6 ft stems. Sweetly scented. Best in sun or part shade.
Silvery clumps of arched foliage with Lavender-blue flowers. Growth to about a foot tall. Sun to partial shade. Zone 5-10.
Liriope 'Silver Dragon'
Silver Lily Turf
Violet spikes sit above the golden foliage, which is 6 to 12 inches tall. Best in partial shade.
Liriope muscari 'Silvery Sunproof'
Golden Lily Turf
Yellow tinged red flowers in spring followed by purple-black fruit. Wildlife attracter. To 10 ft, if left unpruned. Zone 4.
Twinberry, Native Bush Honeysuckle
Semi-evergreen golden foliage. Very fragrant flowers fragrant yellow and white flowers. Trailing vine. Sun to partial shade. Zone 5-7.
Lonicera japonica 'Aureoreticulata'
Semi-evergreen purple foliage. Very fragrant purple flowers. Trailing vine. Sun to partial shade. Zone 5-7.
Lonicera japonica 'Purpurea'
Tiny foliage with interesting arched stems on ever-gold foliage to 3 ft. Can be shaped by pruning. Zone 7. Sun to partial shade.
Lonicera nitida 'Baggesen's Gold'
Evergreen shrub or small tree with aromatic foliage, orange, peeling bark, white flowers and edible fruit. July to Oct. Sun or part-shade.
Evergreen perennial with tiny, white flowers in clusters to 1 ft +. Sun to partial shade. Zones 5-7.
Snow White Wood Rush
Evergreen grass with cream colored edges, and attractive flowers. To 15 inches. Drought tolerant. Sun. Zone 4 to 9.
Luzula sylvatica 'Marginata'
Bright yellow foliage and flowers on 12 inch plants. Enjoys moist or dry conditions. Sun or partial shade. Zone 4-9.
Luzula sylvatica 'Solar Flair'
Golden Wood Rush
A rare plant with fire-red flower clusters in summer. 1-2 foot tall. Drought resistant. Sun.
Bright pink flowers in mid-spring. Reddish-orange foliage in fall. Hummingbirds LOVE this! To 18 inches. Well drained soil. Sun.
Deep purple foliage throughout most of the year. Starry yellow flowers in summer. Sun or partial shade, moist, well drained soil. Zone 5.
Lysimachia ciliata 'Purpurea'
Purple Ditch Witch
Trailing or creeping perennial with yellow flowers. Nice in containers or to brighten up areas. Zone 4-7. Sun or shade.
Lysimachia nummularia 'Aurea'
Golden Creeping Jenny, or Moneywort
Spikes of bright yellow flowers on variegated foliage. Nice accent. Moist area. Sun to pt shade.
Lysimachia punctata 'Alexander'
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