Barberry ‘Orange Rocket’
ORANGE ROCKET BARBERRY Barberry ‘Orange Rocket’ has an upright columnar habit that reaches 2 feet wide and 4 feet tall at maturity. Its outstanding feature is the radiant orange-red new growth that deepens to dark red, with the fall color becoming more intense.  It grows well in most soils and has best color in full sun. Hardy in zones 4-9.
Hydrangea ‘Limelight’
LIMELIGHT HYDRANGEA Hydrangea ‘Limelight’ has beautiful lime-green to creamy-white blooms produced abundantly in mid-summer. In fall, shades of pink, burgundy and green appear making a breathtaking display. It is very adaptable to most soils and is tolerant to most conditions, being difficult to kill. It blooms on new wood, so can be pruned in fall or early spring. ‘Limelight’ prefers medium moisture, but tolerates drought. Apply a slow-release fertilizer in early spring for best results. Zones 3-8.
Ninebark ‘Little Devil’
LITTLE DEVIL NINEBARK This variety of Physocarpus is the perfect shrub for a smaller garden or where low maintenance is desired.  This 3-4 foot tall and wide shrub has deep burgundy foliage, requires little to no pruning and is free from disease and pest issues. In June white button-like blooms appear, contrasting beautifully with dark foliage. It is hardy in zones 3-7, is drought tolerant and attracts butterflies.
Rhamnus ‘Fine Line’
FINE LINE RHAMNUS The columnar form of ‘Fine Line’ buckthorn makes it useful to create a screen or narrow hedge or as a vertical accent. The fern-like, dark green foliage gives a feathery effect, almost like an evergreen, although it is deciduous. It grows 2-3 feet wide and 5-7 feet tall. Unlike other buckthorn varieties, ‘Fine Line’ has proven to be non-invasive. It is very adaptable, but prefers well-drained soil and grows in part sun to sun. Deer resistant and hardy in zones 2-7.
Spirea ‘Double Play Big Bang’
SPIREA BIG BANG ‘Double Play Big Bang’ Spirea has both massive flowers and colorful foliage. The large pink flowers sit atop the glowing orange spring foliage. During summer and fall, the bright yellow foliage is a standout. It grows 2-3 feet tall and wide, likes sun to part shade and is deer resistant. It blooms on new wood, and can be deadheaded to encourage re-blooming. Hardy in zones 4-9.
Weigela ‘Sonic Bloom’
WEIGELA SONIC BLOOM2 Weigela ‘Sonic Bloom’ is a strong reblooming weigela which produces lipstick red flowers in May followed by waves of repeat bloom until frost. It grows 4-5 feet tall and wide and prefers well-drained soil in sun to part shade. If needed, prune immediately after spring bloom. Deadheading is not necessary for repeat blooming. It is hardy in zones 4-8.