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Blue Rug Juniper

Blue Rug Juniper 'Wiltonii' (Juniperus horizontalis)

An old variety of spreading Juniper that remains a great choice for its beauty and durability. The smoky blue-green foliage looks great year-round and creates a wonderful contrast planted near green or gold evergreens. Thrives in hot, dry locations where other plants might fail.

Blue Star Juniper

Blue Star Juniper 'Blue Star' (Juniperus squamata)

'Blue Star' gets its name from its silvery-blue foliage that provides amazing color contrast and "sparkle" in the landscape. This plant is a slow-grower with dense branching that retains a lovely rounded habit.

Blue Stonecrop, Reflexed Stonecrop

Blue Stonecrop, Reflexed Stonecrop 'Blue Spruce' (Sedum reflexum)

This hybrid stonecrop is named for its blue-gray, needle-like leaves that resemble the foliage of a Blue Spruce tree. Vibrant yellow flower clusters in summer create a bold color contrast. The star-like little florets are a magnet for butterflies and bees. Blue Spruce forms a dense…

Blue Stonecrop, Reflexed Stonecrop

Blue Stonecrop, Reflexed Stonecrop 'Green Spruce' (Sedum reflexum)

Interesting pine-like foliage is topped by starry, yellow blooms. The star-like little florets are a magnet for butterflies and bees. Perfect choice for use in hot, dry spots where little else can grow.

Bosnian Pine

Bosnian Pine (Pinus heldreichii)

A handsome evergreen tree native to the alpine regions of the Balkan Mountains. This is a slow grower; very easy to maintain. The dark needles look great contrasted with god or silver-toned evergreens and perennials. Birds and mammals enjoy these trees as a source of food, shelter…

Boston Fern

Boston Fern (Nephrolepis exaltata)

Boston Fern is probably most familiar as a house plant , but this versatile plant is gaining popularity for use as an outdoor summer annual. The fine foliage softens the landscape and adds a relaxing feel hanging in baskets from a porch or pergola. Group several plants for dramatic…

Brachycome, Swan River Daisy

Brachycome, Swan River Daisy (Brachyscome)

Often called Swan River Daisy, Brachyscome offers up dainty daisies atop lush mounds of foliage. Originally native to the climates of Australia and New Zeeland, they bring a light, cheery touch to any combination.

Brazilian Candles

Brazilian Candles (Pavonia multiflora)

A very exotic-looking plant from the tropics of Brazil. Broad, glossy-green foliage is beautiful on its own but you can also count on an abundance of flowers through the growing season. Bright pink bracts surround the purple flowers resulting in a vibrant color combination. Makes a…

Brazilian Fireworks

Brazilian Fireworks (Porphyrocoma pohliana)

One of the best plants around for adding color and interest to shaded areas. The plant exudes a tropical vibe with its purple-pink spikes of tubular flower clusters. In addition to the floral display, the leaves also stand out because of their attractive silver veins. The plant's…

Brazilian Petunia

Brazilian Petunia (Ruellia elegans)

A must-have for anyone interested in enticing hummingbirds to the garden. The red tubular flowers are produced all summer long and are a magnet for birds and butterflies. The deeply textured foliage adds interest to borders or container plantings. This is a rugged little plant that…