The most compact Burning Bush available. Grows to a height of about 3 feet with a 3 ft spread. Full to partial sun. Foiliage turns brialliant red in fall and holds foliage for 2-3 weeks longer than other Burning Bush.
Height: 18-24 in. Spread: 18-24 in. Foliage: Summer-Light Green, Red-Tipped / Fall-Russet Red. Vibrant red shoots emerge in spring and mature into rich bronze, redtipped foliage. Clusters of deep pink flowers cover the plant in early summer and contrast nicely with the foliage. Fall foliage takes on rich russet tones that remain colorful well into November. Excellent ground cover or dwarf specimen shrub. Best in full sun.
Height: 3-4 ft. Spread: 3-4 ft. Fruit. Foliage: Summer - Glossy Bright Burgundy Red. Button-like white-pink flowers bloom in June. Glossy burgundy-red new leaves all summer. Red stems glow against green leaves in plant interior. Interesting peeling bark in winter. Needs little to no pruning and is free from pest and disease issues. Plant in full sun and moist, well drained soil.
Height: 3-4 ft. Spread: 3-4 ft. Foliage: Summer - Thick, Dark Green. The first miniature Rose of Sharon. The 3-inch pure white flowers are punctuated with a showy red eye and last for three days instead of one day like other Rose of Sharons. Blooms July to August. Great for landscaping and perennial beds. Plant in full sun and moist, well drained soil.
Height: 3-5 ft. Spread: 4-6 ft. Foliage: Summer - Dark Green. A new dwarf form of the ever popular 'Limelight' hydrangea, but in a smaller package. Summer flowers open soft green and turn pink and burgundy in fall. Blooms on new wood. Prune late winter or early spring to shape. Drought tolerant. Plant in full sun and moist, well drained soil. Easy to grow. Blooms regardless of climate, soil, pH or pruning.
Height: 4-6 ft. Spread: 3-4 ft. Fruit: Cones. Foliage: Summer - Dark Green, Scale-Like, Evergreen. Medium growing dwarf evergreen with thick, dark green foliage. Excellent specimen plant. Plant in full sun with plenty of soil moisture and good drainage. Does not like exposed locations and drying winds.
Height: 6-10 ft. Spread: 6-10 ft. Fruit: Tan. Foliage: Summer - Golden to Dark Purple. Leaves emerge golden and quickly change to burgundy. Very dramatic contrasting colors. Light pink buds open to golf ball size clusters of white flowers mid-summer, with bright red seedheads that fade to tan late summer. Peeling bark is attractive in winter. Easy to grow and adaptable. Fast growing. Plant in well drained soil.
A distinctive landscape evergreen for color effect, featuring showy reddish foliage at the tips when grown in full sun; tends to be more greenish-orange when shaded; excellent for color accent use in home gardens and landscapes; protect from drying winds.
Height: 8-10 ft. Zone: 5. Spread: 6-8 ft. This upright grower can be found as a shrub or small tree. Large singlepetalled lavender blooms have a lacy center to create an anemone-like bloom. Flowers from July-September. Plant in sun or part shade in moist but well drained soil. Leafs out late in spring. Prune back heavily in early spring for good branching and blooms.
Height: 3-4 ft.
Spread: 3-4 ft.
Large (6”-8”) globe-shaped pink flowers are produced from July until frost. First deep pink, maturing to a light pink. Flowers on new wood. Each year blooms get larger and larger. Good in fresh or dried arrangements. Very hardy and easy to grow. Use as specimen, mass planting, perennial garden or woodland setting. Plant in full sun to partial shade.
Buddleia (Miss Molly) Height:4-5', Spread 5-6'. Sangria-red, fragrant flowers top the compact 5' tall clump fron July until frost...a treat for hummingbirds.Deadheading after flowering will encourage repeat blooming.Silver-green leaves all summer with upright growth. Plant in full sun in moist, well drained soil. Drought tolerant once established. Heat tolerant. Deer resistant. Cut back in early spring. A Proven Winners® ColorChoice® Flowering Shrub.
Height 18-24", spread 18-24". Extremely slow growing and compact, dense globe evergreen. Great low maintenance evergreen. Plant in full sun to partial shade, in moist, well-drained soil. Once established, takes considerable heat and drought.
Height 6-8', spread 6-8'. An attractive, graceful shrub, it's weeping branches display striking salmon pink stems and buds, then light green foliage strongly mottled with white and pink, some leaves all white. Regular shearing is necessary to maintain leaf variegation. Scaled perfectly for the small garden. Performs best in partial shade. Also available in small tree form.
Height 4-5', spread 4-5'. Hot rosy pink blooms present themselves in June against burgundy-dark chocolate foliage. An unusual and excellent contrast. Adds interest all summer. Compact mounded form. Plant in full sun and well drained soil. Prune after blooming to shape.
Height 5-7', spread 4-6'. White flowers in spring, then clusters of rich blue berries later in the summer. Great low hedge or in the foundation. Adaptable to a wide range of conditions. Full sun to shade and most soils. Attracts birds.
An excellent dwarf shrub. This compact growing shrub has small, dense, dark blue-green foliage and masses of pure white flowers in May to June. Plant in full sun to part shade.
This native shrub produces handsome white flowers in mid- to late May, followed by clusters of ornamental bright red fruit that persist from late fall through early winter. The foliage turns a brilliant red in fall.
The brightest yellow strain available. Evergreen with its graceful lacy foliage forming a wide-spreading mound that will become somewhat conical with age. Excellent accent or short hedge. Plant in full sun in moist, loamy soil with good drainage. Beneficial to use Canadian peat. Dislikes exposed locations and drying winds.
This nest-type spruce tends to grow into a more rounded, low,
dome shape. Can be easily distinguished from the other nest forms by an earlier bud break. Requires well drained soil like all spruce. Plant in full sun using Canadian Peat.