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Cardamine angustata (syn. Dentaria heterophylla) a good hellebore companion w/ clusters of small white to pink flowers in early to mid spring.
Cardamine concatenata (syn. Dentaria laciniata) is a mustard relative with clusters of small, white to pink, four-petaled flowers in early spring.
Cardamine diphylla is a cute wintergreen groundcover with clusters of small, white, four-petaled flowers in spring popular with bees and butterflies.
Big, bold and beautiful, Crambe cordifolia is all about presence and drama.
Crambe maritima has dramatic, ruffled, silver blue leaves that you can sautée and eat! Or just enjoy their beauty in the garden.
Erysimum 'Bowles Me Away' has elegant grey-green mounds and lilac-purple flowers blooming almost continuously through the season.
Erysimum linifolium Sunstrong Orange has bright orange, fragrant flowers from March to July and into fall.
Cheerful yellow flowers, sweet fragrance and evergreen variegated foliage.
Erysimum 'Honeyberry' has fragrant, magenta and purple flowers over variegated mounds of wallflower foliage.
Erysimum 'Winter Orchid' has gorgeous, fragrant, bicolour wallflower with orange-red and purple flowers.
Golden foliage changes to chartreuse green with age. Topped with classic candy tuft white flowers.
Iberis 'Sweetheart' is a stunning new colour of flower for the candytufts: lavender! Oh la la!
Wasabia japonica is the true wasabi, not the fake stuff served in most Japanese restaurants. 'Daruma' has great vigour and flavour.
Wasabia japonica is the true wasabi, not the fake stuff served in Japanese restaurants. 'Mazuma' has great vigour and more heat.