Dwarf Korean Lilac
A dwarf, spreading lilac with reddish purple buds that open to fragrant, pale lilac flowers. Blooms profusely in midseason, typically mid-May, and first flowers at an early age. Use in shrub borders with an evergreen background or plant in groups to form a low hedge. Deciduous.
This deep shade-loving fern produces two distinctly different types of fronds on one plant: evergreen, outward-reaching sterile fronds with denser leaflets, creating a slightly flattened rosette year-round, and stiffly upright, fertile fronds with narrower, less dense leaflets that last through summer, giving it added seasonal interest.
Arctic Fire® Red Twig Dogwood
This compact selection of Red Twig Dogwood has dark red stems that provide a spectacular show in the winter sunlight. Unlike most Cornus that reach 8 to 10 feet tall, Arctic Fire grows to only half the height. Great in perennial or shrub borders, or used in flower arrangements. Cut vibrant stems for a dynamic addition to holiday arrangements.
Viburnum tinus - Wikipedia
Viburnum Tinus It is a shrub (rarely a small tree) reaching 7–23 ft tall and 10 ft broad, with a dense, rounded crown. The leaves are evergreen. The flowers are small, white or light pink, produced from reddish-pink buds. The flowering period is from October to June.