Now available in tree form, perfect for smaller gardens. Pinky Winky™ resembles its parent 'Pink Diamond' in size and hardiness. The difference is in the size of foliage and flowers. Fourteen-inch blooms are the norm and each floret contains 7 petals instead of 4, nearly doubling the petal count and giving the blooms a much fuller look. Stems are also stronger and able to support the large blossoms.
PeeGee hydrangea, trained to a single stem with a head, blooms in July and August with very showy, large conical white flowers which change to pink bronze towards autumn. The flower heads dry easily when cut, and are perfect for use in arrangements. Rarely to never fed on by Japanese beetles.
Now available in tree form, perfect for smaller gardens. White Diamonds® is an exceptional compact hydrangea with glistening white panicles that are held upright and eventually fade to parchment and pink for dried arrangements. White Diamonds® boasts dark-green leathery foliage that displays increased heat and drought tolerance. A beautiful focal point for any garden.
This thornless tree bears exceptionally large, single bright red flowers with a star-shaped white area in the center of each bloom. Resistant to leaf spot diseases, it provides a second colorful display in fall when covered with glossy red fruit which persists into winter.
This slow-growing native is especially beautiful in spring when profuse white blooms appear before foliage. Dark blue fruit follows later in the summer. Tolerant of city conditions, including pollution, it prefers deep, moist, fertile, acid soils and full to part sun. 2006 Plants of Merit®.
This tremendously popular tree offers white blossoms in spring, followed by showy, sweet purplish-black fruit. Heavily branched, the tree has an interesting spreading branch pattern, and attractive light gray bark. The brilliant fall leaves are quite persistent. Own root.
This small, multi-stemmed tree blooms in early spring with white flower clusters, followed by edible, purplish-blue fruit later in the season. This tree is perfect for naturalistic plantings, especially when mixed with evergreens, to attract birds and wildlife all year round.
The first climber in the Explorer Series, this rose bears an abundance of fragrant blooms from early in summer until frost, in a gamut of shades from orchid-pink to fuchsia-red. Complemented by lustrous soft green foliage along the vigorous canes, the lovely flowers are followed by attractive hips of orange. Own root.
As the name implies, Sunrise Sunset is a stunning blend, with bright fuchsia-pink petals, blending to apricot near the centers. Blue-green foliage is disease-resistant on this everblooming shrub rose. Its dense, spreading habit makes it an ideal ground cover and is also well suited to mass plantings. A vigorous grower, even in zone 4. Own root.
Incredible color, petite size, super disease resistant, what more could you want? This everblooming gem has double blooms whose outer petals are dark pink changing to orange and finally to bright yellow at the center. The small, perfectly rounded form makes an outstanding informal hedge along a walkway or garden path. The color is so easy to combine it should have a place in every perennial border. Highly disease resistant. Own root.
Let mischief reign in your garden with this compact everblooming rascal. New blooms of deep-pink with a white eye contrast nicely with the lighter pink aging blooms. With its glossy green foliage, low-growing habit and disease-resistant foliage, the only trouble this rose will get into will be with the rose it replaces in your garden. A wonderful companion plant in a border planting, a hedge plant or in a decorative container as the star performer. Own root.
An exhibition of color, Music Box sings with double blooms of creamy yellow centers surrounded by delicate pink blends. An ever blooming mound of radiant blossoms sits atop glossy medium green foliage that is resistant to disease. An ideal accent that will bring harmony to your garden. Own root.
Clusters of soft apricot buds open fully to blooms of antique white with just a hint of apricot before fading to a clear white. Combines beautifully with perennials in a mixed border or plant as a refined low hedge. Disease-resistant medium green foliage. Own root.
Shockingly beautiful, clusters of yellow blossoms are held high on sturdy canes. Super clean foliage complements the fragrant, double blooms. Upright, vase-shaped habit will stand up in the back of the border or stand out as an accent. Adds a jolt of color to any garden situation. Own root.
Deep maroon-purple buds open to single deep violet florets. A profuse bloomer, covering plant with purple blossoms in spring prior to the French hybrid lilacs. Noted for exceptional hardiness and vigor. Developed by F. L. Skinner, Dropmore, Manitoba, Canada.
Panicles of purple buds opening to single, red-purple flowers. Blooms early to mid-June on large pyramidal spikes. Blooms two weeks later than common lilac. Excellent specimen or hedge plant. Considered the best of the Preston hybrids. Cross made by F. L. Skinner of Dropmore, Manitoba.
This hardy vigorous shrub is the white version of the old-fashioned favorite. It has attractive foliage, single white flowers, and makes a great informal hedge or screen. Rarely to never fed on by Japanese beetles.
A unique dwarf lilac hybrid with an attractive display of light lavender-pink flowers, reminiscent of S. meyeri, one of its parents, but with a reblooming tendency, more typical of S. microphylla, another one of its parents. Delicate, fragrant blossoms appear in May and sporadically thereafter into fall. Will thrive in warmer zones, though southern gardens may only get a flush of rebloom in the fall.
Enjoy classic lilac fragrance for months instead of weeks. A revolutionary new lilac, Bloomerang blooms in spring and then recurrently throughout summer. While traditional lilac varieties bloom for a few short weeks in spring, Bloomerang's fragrant flowers appear recurrently until frost. This compact, mounded variety fits easily into any landscape, and is ideal as a foundation planting or as part of the mixed border. You can even include it into perennial beds. (CPBRAF)
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