A crisp spark of silver adds an icy touch to your garden!
A native plant discovered by the Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador Botanical Garden, Iceberg Alley features powdery silver foliage for a stunning contrast to surrounding shrubs.
It blooms in spring with silver catkins, red stamens, and nectar for pollinators.
This small, rounded shrub reaches a height and spread of 5’ so it won’t overtake a landscape bed.
Tolerant of moist soils, it is a perfect choice for rain gardens. Grows best in full sun and tolerates pruning well, allowing you to cut the stems in early spring for use as decorative catkins.
Here are three great reasons to grow Iceberg Alley®:
- Beautiful powdery silver foliage provides a great contrast to other shrubs.
- Blooms in spring with silver catkins and red stamens.
- Tolerant of moist soils, making it a perfect choice for rain gardens.