I am in love with the color contrasts of the green velvet boxwood paired with the red potato vine and coleus!! Wow!! Google Image Result for http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-EHNSbQ7LTws/TuSn39-dpCI/AAAAAAAANng/C_u8k3S14I8/s1600/Card%2BColeus%2Braised%2Bbed.jpg
Acer griseum--Paperbark Maple (Fall Color)--White flowers in spring; shiny, red-brown, cherry-type bark, slightly peeling--Full sun; needs well-drained soil--Mature Height: 35' to 40'--Mature Form: Rounded--Zones 4 - 6--Fewer problems than most cherries, but can be attacked by borers, tent caterpillar and leaf spots. This tree tends to have a short lifespan, about 30 years.