Heuchera macrorhiza 'Autumn Bride' (Alumroot or coral bells) - Perennial - Zones 3-8, Height 2 ft. Fuzzy, chartreuse to lime green, nearly evergreen foliage erupts in September, with white fountains of pure white flowers, continues until frost. A very easy care plant tolerant of dry shade and a wide variety of conditions. A good, tough exciting meat and potatoes groundcover that doubles as a cut flower! Great for moist shade.
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Short video on how to get hydrangeas to double in size as soon as you plant them.
PeeGee - Hydrangea paniculata. Large conical white to pink blooms, Peegee’s tolerate cold and require several hours of sun a day. They can grow quite large, and are tolerant to pruning, so can be used as a hedge. They also bloom a little later, August and September. They are the only variety that can be pruned into tree form.