|Botanical Name||Common Name||Description|
|Arctostaphylos uva ursi 'Emerald Carpet'||Emerald Carpet Bearberry||
Shiny, deep green foliage becomes reddish-green in winter. Small white flowers. Red berries persist in winter. Deer resistant.
|Arctostaphylos uva ursi 'Massachusetts'||Massachusetts Bearberry||
Evergreen foliage becomes red-gold in winter. Clusters of pale pink, bell-shaped flowers. Red berries persist in winter. Deer resistant.
|Arctostaphylos uva ursi 'Wood's Compact'||Wood's Compact Bearberry||
Evergreen foliage becomes red in winter. Pinkish-white flowers. Bright red berries persist in winter. Deer resistant.
|Arenaria balearica||Corsican Sandwort|
|Arisaema triphyllum||Jack in the Pulpit||
A native North American wildflower once common in woodlands, Jack-in-the-Pulpit displays a brown or green and white-striped, pointed hood covering an upright spadix above 3 pointed, oval leaves.
|Armeria maritima||Sea Thrift|
|Armeria maritima 'Alba'||White Sea Thrift|
|Armeria maritima 'Nifty Thrifty'||Nifty Thrifty|
|Armeria maritima 'Rubrifolia'||Red Leaf Thrift||
Dense tufts of purple-red, grass-like foliage contrast nicely with bright rosy-red, pompom shaped flowers. Well suited to coastal gardens.
|Armeria maritima 'Splendens'||Splendens Common Thrift|
|Armeria maritima 'Victor Reiter'||Victor Reiter Thrift||
Cute little tufts of gray-green, needle-like foliage are covered with clear pink, pompom shaped flowers. Well suited for coastal gardens.
|Armeria x 'Little Penny'||Little Penny Thrift|
|Artemisia schmidtiana 'Silver Mound'||Silver Mound Artemisia|
|Aruncus aethusiflolius||Dwarf Goat's Beard|
|Asarum arifolium||Arrowleaf Wild Ginger||
Not the ginger root of curries, but a North American native woodland plant whose arrowhead-shaped, anise-scented leaves are shiny dark green and highlighted with silver veining.