Winter Shrubs: Plant a shrub--or three--in your garden that will withstand winter's frigid temperatures. Alternatively, plant an ornamental grass, such as the pink muhly, that tolerates winter weather.
SEDUM - "Dragons Blood" When tough winters turn yards into piles of twigs, gardeners rethink their planting strategies. Here's a list of cold-hardy perennials that can stand a polar vortex or two. Plus, check out our top winter plant survival tips.
9 Winter Garden Plants That Dazzle (Even When It Snows): Flowering quince (Chaenomeles)
When most other plants are hiding away from winter’s chill, snowdrop is eager to get going. One of the first blossoms of late winter, snowdrops are still shy, preferring to hide away in rock gardens and under taller shrubs. Plant these bulbs in fall.
Round clusters of amethyst to purple berries remain on bare stems after willowlike leaves turn color and drop. This deciduous shrub grows 6 feet tall (sometimes more) and almost as wide. Full sun or light sh
The colder it gets the better they look – ornamental cabbage – Looks great in containers but also works well in flower beds, borders and autumn / winter planting schemes. The Northern Lights White ornamental cabbage produces big bold white brassicas.