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  • Sensation Lilac

    A mutation of 'Hugo de Vries' with single purple florets and a distinctive pure white border. An outstanding and unique lilac. Rarely to never fed on by Japanese beetles. We have seen occasional reversion to solid creamy white blossoms.

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  • Monge Lilac

    This outstanding French hybrid lilac has showy panicles of single, red-purple florets. The flowers are held on long stems that lend themselves to great cut flowers. Rarely to never fed on by Japanese beetles.

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  • Charles Joly Lilac

    One of the earlier French hybrids, this lilac is still popular. It bears smaller panicles of purple buds that turn to magenta double flowers as they open for a fabulous show! Rarely to never fed on by Japanese beetles.

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  • Common Purple Lilac

    This old-fashioned lilac is the one most of us remember from our youth. A perfect informal hedge or screen, it has extremely fragrant, purple flowers in May. Color may vary from purple to lilac and occasionally even white. The cut flowers hold up very well, and easily fill a house with their fragrance. Rarely to never fed on by Japanese beetles.

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  • Dwarf Korean Lilac

    This dwarf variety has an excellent uniform habit and red-purple buds that open to fragrant, single, pale lilac flowers. Previously known as Syringa palibiniana, it bears profuse blooms at an early age. 2000 Gold Medal Plant Award winner.

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  • Miss Kim Lilac

    This hardy lilac from Korea has purple buds that open to single, fragrant, pale lilac flowers when other lilacs have finished. Also known as Syringa velutina, it has leaves larger than S. meyeri and S. microphylla and beautiful burgundy-red fall color.

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  • Miss Canada Lilac

    The brightest pink of all late flowering lilacs, this vigorous and nonsuckering lilac blooms prolifically in mid-June with single, rose flowers. The foliage is larger than that of other lilacs in this group. This outstanding lilac is extremely hardy.

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  • Tinkerbelle® Lilac

    A Bailey Nurseries introduction, Tinkerbelle® was the first in our Fairytale® Series of lilacs. Developed by Neal Holland of Sheyenne Gardens in North Dakota, this compact lilac is the result of crosses made between Syringa meyeri 'Palibin' and Syringa microphylla 'Superba'. It exhibits a growth habit and bloom time similar to Dwarf Korean, but with a pleasing, spicy fragrance and incredible wine-red flower buds that open to pink. (CPBR#1204, C®)

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  • Japanese Skimmia

    Skimmia japonica is a shrub for year round interest with its handsome, glossy foliage and fragrant white flowers in spring, followed by lustrous red berries in winter. Only female plants produce the showy berries. One male for every six female plants is necessary for good fruit production. This is a beautiful shrub to grow in an open woodland garden as well as in containers and window boxes. Make sure you site them where the fruit is in view during winter. Berries are not edible. Prefers moist, acidic soil rich in organic matter and part shade.

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  • Japanese Skimmia - male

    Skimmia japonica is a shrub for year round interest with its handsome, glossy foliage and fragrant white flowers in spring, followed by lustrous red berries in winter. Only female plants produce the showy berries. One male for every six female plants is necessary for good fruit production. This is a beautiful shrub to grow in an open woodland garden as well as in containers and window boxes. Make sure you site them where the fruit is in view during winter. Berries are not edible. Prefers moist, acidic soil rich in organic matter and part shade.

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  • Weston's Popsicle Azalea

    Extend the season with this stunning late blooming azalea. Flowers are wonderfully fragrant, dark pink with an orange flare and open in late June, well after most azaleas have finished flowering. A large, upright shrub with lustrous green foliage turning burgundy-red in autumn. Prefers slightly acid soil.

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  • Weston's Innocence Azalea

    A vigorous azalea with small white fragrant flowers in late June, well after most azaleas have finished blooming. Habit is upright and spreading, becoming mounded with age. Medium green foliage is slightly glossy with a bronze cast, turning a beautiful burgundy-red in autumn. Prefers slightly acidic soil.

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  • Weston's Lemon Drop Azalea

    Extend the bloom season in your woodland garden with this large deciduous azalea. Peach buds open to pale yellow flowers in late June, which hold up well in summer heat. Dusty blue-green foliage in summer changes to vivid hues of burgundy and yellow in fall. Prefers slightly acidic soil.

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