Exceptional fall foliage is the hallmark of this compact new selection of our native silky dogwood. The clean green foliage contrasts nicely with white flowers in summer, and autumn brings deep purple foliage which gradually changes to luminous red. Blue fall fruit adds to its appeal.
This versatile new dwarf Weigela offers attractive yellow and green variegated foliage and a nice, red fall color. Grown primarily for its colorful foliage, it will occasionally produce soft, rosy pink flower.
A dwarf compact shrub producing airy lacecap, pink, or lavender blooms that cover the plant; blooms on both old and new wood; ideal for the shrub border or foundation garden; perfect for patio containers; soil pH affects bloom color.
Lemon Surprise has dark green, chartreuse, and white leaves, but unlike Lemon Lime, the leaves have a slight twist or curl, giving this houseplant a little extra interest.
A real workhorse, Let's Dance Starlight is the first reblooming lace-cap hydrangea, and has exceptionally rich, vibrant flower color. It's an elegant addition to any garden.
A new dwarf variety, smaller than others on the market, yet extra full with small, refined leaves. The dark bronze-maroon foliage is colorful all season and contrasts beautifully with white flowers in late spring. The dainty flowers cover the stems, providing an exceptionally showy display. This durable shrub is perfect for season-long color in the landscape and is a great choice for patio containers.
Attractive clumping ornamental grass with fine-textured silver-green blades that turn golden bronze after first frost. Great specimen for shrub or perennial beds, or when used in groups as a screen.
Prefers moist, well-drained soils. Soil will affect bloom color. In acidic soils with good aluminum availability the flowers will be blue. They will turn lavender-pink in more acidic soils. Pruning is generally not needed, but the plant may be shaped immediately after the first bloom of the season. Very hardy reblooming hydrangea!
A new dwarf hydrangea that is sure to turn heads! Reaching to just three feet tall, it will be engulfed by enormous creamy white flowers in summer, providing a nonstop show until frost. Blossoms are held upright on strong stems, and continue to grow and lengthen as they bloom. In fall, flowers may turn a pinkish hue. An undeniable asset to any garden, particularly where space is limited.
Spectacular summer color from dark, violet-purple flower spikes. Fragrant flowers attract wildlife. Good background or accent plant. Deciduous. Slightly hardier than other varieties, but may die to ground in cold winter areas, emerging vigorously in spring.
Large, double, bi-color, mop-head blooms that range from light pink to pastel blue with a white scalloped edge. This compact shrub produces flower clusters on old wood in spring, continuing the show on new wood from summer through fall. An exceptional choice for smaller gardens and containers.
This beautiful new selection has the same flower power and soft, graceful stems of other Chiffon varieties, but with large, lacy, soft pink flowers. The wonderful clear pink color is very distinctive in late summer gardens. Excellent backdrop to mixed borders, as a specimen plant or trained into a small tree. Young plants are well suited to containers. Deciduous.
Uniquely patterned blue-green leaves have a creamy-white leaf margin and are complemented by red berries in winter. Great for the mixed shrub border, as a hedge or easily maintained as a foundation plant. Evergreen.
Striking lime-yellow leaf margins on green leaves provide a dramatic backdrop for the deep crimson flowers. Foliage has orange and red overtones in fall. Good as a shrub border, foundation or specimen plant.
Lacy fern-like foliage combined with a narrow columnar habit make this a fantastic plant for adding texture and shape to the garden. Foliage turns yellow in fall. Great as a narrow hedge, accent specimen, and to frame doors and pathways. This non-invasive cultivar is an excellent replacement for older weedy varieties.
A unique blend of foliage colors. New growth takes on shades of yellow and orange in the Summer, matures to lime-green and then turns Purple in the Fall. This medium shaped was specifically created in honor of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Large panicles emerge a creamy vanilla-white and mature through soft pink to strawberry red. A beautiful multi-color show. The large blooms are held erect on red stems. This dramatic Hydrangea grows 6 to 7 feet tall and 4 to 5 feet wide.
A perfect cone shaped dwarf conifer displaying dense green needles which are soft to the touch. Excellent as a miniature Christmas tree in natural form, or as an artistically pruned topiary. Makes a formal statement in the garden. Superb container specimen. Evergreen.