|Juniperus 'Lime Glow', Dwarf Mugo Pine and Golden Hinoki Cypress|
Heuchera 'Citronelle' still looking good even in February. This is one of my new favorite additions to the garden this year.
|Ajuga 'Burgundy Glow' and Golden Sedge|
Love the deep purple color of the Ajuga against the Golden Sedge in winter.
|Lamb's Ear pushing out some new growth|
The Lamb's Ear is showing some early signs of spring with some new growth emerging.
|Coral Bark Maple |
The red bark of the Coral Bark Maple (Acer palmatum 'Sango-kaku') is beautiful against the February sky.
|Golden Oriental Spruce, Juniper Lime Glow and Golden Hinoki Cypress Nana|
Here the Juniperus 'Lime Glow' display their winter bronze-colored foliage against the golden hue of the Oriental Spruce and Hinoki Cypress.
|Hyacinths Way Out of Ground|
More signs of spring! Much earlier than this time last year the hyacinths are already emerging from the ground...
|Tulips on the Way|
and the tulips are making a showing.
|Fiery Red Branches of the Coral Bark Close Up|
Wow...can't get enough of that red!
Salvia 'May Night'
The Saliva are not only pushing up spring growth but also producing some flower spikes! This is a first. Below is a Knock Out Rose already showing new red growth.
|Knock Out Rose New Growth|
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