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  • Millenium Azalea

    A feast for the senses. Fragrant, deep red flowers with a pale orange flare are set off by blue-green, mildew-resistant foliage. The underside of the foliage is an attractive silver. A late bloomer, early to mid July, that stands up to the heat. Cold hardy, compact grower. Prefers moist, acidic soil.

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  • Nanking Cherry

    Showy white flowers with a pink blush are produced in early spring before leaves appear. Tasty red 1/3" fruits ripen June- July, make excellent jams and jellies or may be eaten fresh. Wildlife also love the fruit, a great conservation plant.

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  • Blizzard Mockorange

    A selection from a seedling population of Philadelphus lewisii collected in Alberta, Canada, that has proven hardy to zone 3. It blooms in June for up to 4 weeks with single, white fragrant flowers borne in clusters. It forms a medium sized upright shrub that is tolerant of full sun. The name 'Blizzard' was chosen for both the profuse amount of spring bloom and the extreme winter hardiness of this fine plant. A COPF introduction.

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  • Snowbelle Mockorange

    A Canadian introduction, 'Snowbelle' is loaded with clusters of deeply fragrant, double, pure white blossoms. Ideal for smaller gardens. Prune if needed after it blooms in spring. Plant this where the beautiful fragrance can be enjoyed.

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  • Honeybush Honeysuckle

    This introduction is a groundcover form of our familiar native climber. Sprays of old fashion honeysuckle flowers of red and cream adorn the plant from June-August. Plant it where you will be able to enjoy the wonderful fragrance. Prefers full sun and moist, well-drained soils.

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  • Endless Summer® Blushing Bride Hydrangea

    Bred by Dr. Michael Dirr who calls this hydrangea "My most significant introduction to date". Tests across the country have shown 'Blushing Bride' to have the same hardiness and disease resistance as The Original with an even faster rebloom. The flower mops are at least 6" across with pure white blooms and semi-double florets. The blooms mature with a light pink blush. Internodes between leaves are smaller than on The Original thus creating an even more compact habit and stronger stems. 'Blushing Bride' is the result of a controlled cross between Endless Summer® x 'Veitchii'. (CPRAF)

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  • Endless Summer® The Original Bigleaf Hydrangea

    A Bailey Nurseries introduction, Endless Summer® is a mop-head type hydrangea with the unique ability to bloom consistently on both old and new wood. The result is a plant that provides beautiful flowers all summer long. The flowers grow up to 8" in diameter, with pink blooms in alkaline soils and blue blooms in acidic soil. Since Endless Summer® blooms on new wood, removal of spent flowers will encourage rebloom. (CPBR2305, C®)

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  • Seven-son Flower

    Used as a large arching shrub or small multi-stemmed tree, Heptacodium is truly a plant for all seasons. The glossy dark green foliage really sets off the fragrant white flowers that appear in August and September. Then as the sepals turn a pinkish red, the show really begins and continues through autumn. The bark is beautiful as it exfoliates to expose a light brown underbark. Quite adaptable to either moist or dry soil, Heptacodium prefers sun to light shade. We recommend some winter protection in zone 4 for the first few years. 2006 Plants of Merit®.

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  • Witch Hazel

    Flowers have fragrant, yellow, ribbon-like petals, 1.5" in diameter and bloom in late fall about the time leaves drop. Does well in woods, shade and naturalized situations. In full sun and good soil will develop into a well rounded vase-shaped plant. Use in the shrub border or as screen plant.

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  • Arnold Promise Witch Hazel

    A small, shade tolerant tree, perfect for the wood's edge or under taller shade trees. 'Arnold Promise' is particularly desirable because of its consistent heavy crop of fragrant, yellow flowers in late February to mid-March. Plant in full sun to partial shade in moist, well-drained, slightly acidic soil.

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  • Vernal Witch Hazel

    Small ribbon-like yellow or slightly red, fragrant flowers open in early spring. Flowers open on warm days, close tightly when the temperature is low. Sun or shade. 2006 Plants of Merit®.

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