Striking dark purple flowers from July through September. A vigorous multi-stem plant for the perennial border. Good cut flower, attractive to butterflies. Easy to grow and loves full sun. This succulent cane shrub flowers on new growth and therefore is best pruned to the ground in the spring. Will die back in zone 5, but will regrow strongly from the roots.
A totally new type of elderberry. The dark purple, finely cut foliage has an exotic appeal usually found only in Japanese maples. Pink buds open to lacy white blossoms in May to June. Excellent specimen plant and also attractive in large containers. (CPBR 2633)
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.
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)
The latest addition to the Chiffon series from Dr. Roderick Woods of England. Exquisite blue flowers have a lacy center giving the bloom a semi-double appearance. 'Blue Chiffon' blooms profusely from July through September and makes a dramatic specimen plant in any sunny border. Introduced by Proven Winners® ColorChoice®.
An exciting compact selection of Arrowwood viburnum. In spring the plant is covered with beautiful white flowers, then later in summer clusters of rich blue berries form. Great as a low hedge or in the foundation planting. Blue Muffin® is adaptable to a wide range of conditions from full sun to shade and most soil types.
Blue Princess and Blue Prince holly brilliantly combined in one container eliminates the need for two separate plants for pollination. Fruit color is darker red than many other varieties accentuated by dark shiny foliage.
A cultivar with attractive blue foliage that shows the numerous yellow blossoms to their full advantage each summer. An open pollinated seedling of H. kalmianum developed by Paul Cappiello of Yewdell Gardens in Kentucky.
White flowers in May. Brilliant 1/4" red berries in fall that are retained for a long period of time. Does well in moist or well-drained soil. Excellent for mass plantings or borders. 2000 Gold Medal Plant Award winner.
Pendent racemes of mildly fragrant butter yellow blossoms hang from the graceful branches of this woodland shrub before the leaves emerge. Bright green, deep-veined foliage turns yellow in fall. Best planted in full sun to light shade, sheltered from wind and late season frosts. Excellent planted en masse or mixed in the shrub border next to Rhododendrons and azaleas. Native to Japan and Taiwan.
A Dutch selection noted for its extended flowering period. The rich yellow flowers are held in upright clusters from May to July and the foliage is bright green. The habit is neat and and well branched, not as floppy as some other species. 'Butterfly' is adaptable to dry, shady locations, but generally prefers full sun to part shade. A beautiful shrub for difficult planting situations. Best planted en masse.
A loose, rounded shrub with glossy, bright green foliage. The creamy white flowers are produced in 1 to 1.25" globular heads in August. Native to wet areas, this shrub is best used in similar situations.
Red leaf variety of native American chokeberry. Selected at Bailey Nurseries for its vigorous, uniform growth habit. Red fruits 1/3" in mid summer are favored by wildlife. Extremely hardy. Proper soil conditions are necessary for normal growth with this variety, pay special attention to good drainage and aeration.
Another tough azalea from the University of MN Landscape Arboretum. Candy Lights™ has intense lavender-purple blossoms and flowers earlier than most others in the Lights Series. It has also been shown to have improved vigor and mildew resistance. Prefers full sun to light shade and an acidic soil.
A MNRC introduction. Cardinal Red Osier dogwood was selected for its bright red winter twig color. A hybrid dogwood that was developed by the University of Minnesota in 1986. NC-7 Trials top-performing plant. 2004 Plants of Merit®.
An excellent weigela from France, with showy blossoms of pink, white and red. Carnaval is a tetraploid and you will see this in the thick, substantive blossoms. A long bloomer and a great addition to the shrub border.
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