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White Stonecrop

White Stonecrop 'Athoum' (Sedum album)

This evergreen selection forms a rosette of dark green, succulent foliage. The leaf tips turn red from summer into autumn. Light pink flowers in midsummer fade to white.

White Stonecrop

White Stonecrop 'Coral Carpet' (Sedum album)

Purplish-grey, mat-like foliage sends up small white or soft pink flowers. New growth is coral colored, before it matures. One of the least demanding, most satisfying perennials in the garden.

White Stonecrop

White Stonecrop (Sedum album)

A groundcover type Sedum with fleshy, drought tolerant leaves and dainty, starry blooms. While the straight species of Sedum album has white blooms, many named varieties from this species have yellow or pink flowers. A wonderful compliment to plants with broad or vertical foliage.

Whitley's Speedwell

Whitley's Speedwell (Veronica whitleyi)

A drought tolerant selection well-suited to use as a ground cover. Mats of finely textured, evergreen foliage are topped by blue flowers in spring and often with a second flush of flowers in late summer or autumn. An easy care, quick spreading choice that can tolerate a moderate…

Wild Ginger

Wild Ginger (Asarum canadense)

A real standout in heavily shaded locations! Grown for its beautiful heart-shaped leaves. Purplish brown flowers appear in spring. Native to North America.

Wild Primrose

Wild Primrose (Primula vulgaris)

Primroses have been a favorite among flower gardeners for generations. The bright, fragrant blooms in early spring are a welcome relief from the long, dark days of winter. Primroses thrive in cool temperatures, and should be situated in light shade if grown in regions with hot, humid…

Willow Blue Star

Willow Blue Star (Amsonia tabernaemontana)

An excellent, low maintenance choice for adding cool color to the garden. Light blue flowers are held on sturdy stems. Good autumn foliage color.

Windflower, Japanese Anemone

Windflower, Japanese Anemone (Anemone japonica)

Large, delicate blooms atop tall stems, brighten the perennial garden and dance with the wind from summer into autumn. Anemones of, or hybridized from, the japonica species are best in moister areas and can take a bit of shade.

Wintergreen, Checkerberry

Wintergreen, Checkerberry (Gaultheria procumbens)

This low growing, glossy leaved plant makes a long-lived groundcover, but does takes some time to fill in. Patience will be rewarded! The attractive leaves are evergreen and complimented by red berries over multiple seasons. The fragrant oil from Wintergreen's leaves was…

Wire Vine

Wire Vine (Muehlenbeckia axillaris)

Tiny, dark, glossy green leaves on wiry stems make this plant stand out. Transparent white fruit with black seeds is very attractive. Foliage turns bronze in autumn. Great in the landscape or tumbling over the sides of a mixed container planting.