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New Plant Introductions
 
2003

Brunnera m.‘Jack Frost’
Siberian Bugloss
‘Jack Frost’
‘Jack Frost’ exhibits sky blue, forget-me-not flowers and a netted silver overlay on each leaf.  Grows in partial to full shade and reaches 25 cm tall and wide.  Zone 3.

Rust-free Barbaries Berberis thunbergii cultivars have been cleared for import to Canada:

B. Thunbergii ‘Monry’ Sunsation
Compact form. Height and spread up to 120 cm; golden foliage with slight orange cast.

Heuchera ‘Obsidian’
‘Obsidian’ coral bells

Black, with shiny, broad and smooth, round leaves.  It sets off any bright flower in the garden or container, and is actually shocking when grown with Lysimachia nummularia “Aurea”.  Grows in full sun to part shade, 40 cm wide and 24 cm high.  Flowers are 60 cm tall.  Zones 4-9  

B. T. ‘Monlers’ Golden Nugget
Dwarf variety.  Height 30 cm, spread 45 cm; golden foliage
B. T. ‘Rose Glow’
Fast-growing variety.  Height and spread up to 150 cm; first leaves purple, new shoots burnished rose-pink and splotched with purple

B. T. Var. Atropurpurea Cherry Bomb
Height and spread up to 120 cm; deep crimson foliage.

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