Striking & Bold Colors that Change Late SummerThe Hosta Brass Ring, Hosta ‘Brass Ring’, is a striking and bold colored hosta that will put on a great performance in your landscape all season long! ‘Brass Ring’ is a low care perennial that is ideal for shady areas. ‘Brass Ring’ hosta has broad, wavy, round dark green leaves with brassy gold margins. Leaves are wavy and uneven. Later in the summer these leaves turn a creamy-white color.Producing light lavender flowers in midsummer, this strong and reliable grower remains very colorful throughout the growing season. Hostas grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils with a pH between 5.5 and 7.5. High-filtered or dappled sunlight is necessary for clean, healthy growth. Morning sun is tolerable and will help to intensify the leaf colors, but hot afternoon sun is usually deadly to hostas!‘Brass Ring’ creates a stunning performance with its round, broad, and wavy leaves!* Dark Green Leaves with Gold Margins* Leaves Turn Cream In Late Summer* Lavender Flowers.
Bright Pink Berries all Winter ‘Candy’ Coralberry (Symphoricarpos x doorenbosii ‘Kolmcan’ PP20,931) will light up your winter garden like very few plants can. The candy-pink berries are quite a sight, especially in winter snow or against dark evergreen shrubs.The bright green leaves drop off in late fall as the arching stems start to line themselves with pearl-like berries. Then the berries start to plump up and turn bright pink. (These aren’t edible, but they make GREAT cuts for your indoor flower arrangements.)Even though they will be the stars of your winter garden, they will be just as snazzy in your spring and summer garden, too, with their green leaves and small pink flowers. They are happy in full sun or light shade and are very low maintenance.Growing only 24-30 inches tall, they make a strikingly different low shrub and are eye-catching in your favorite container.Don’t miss the winter light show this year and plant plenty of Candy Coralberry shrubs in your border in the spring. You’ll be happy you did!* Pink berries in the winter! * Great low hedge * Low-maintenance and hardy .
The Sherwood Moss Arborvitae, Thuja occidentalis ‘Sherwood Moss’, is a dwarf, cone-shaped Arborvitae with unusual soft, feathery foliage. The leaves are flattened and arranged in a fan like shape. It requires full sun and deep, well-drained soil.It is not a globe, not a pyramid, but a well shaped mound that has no equal. Arborvitae is one of the most versatile, easy-to-grow evergreens suited to cold, northern landscapes.Sherwood Moss Arborvitae is often used as specimen plants, hedges, foundation plantings and windbreaks. Arborvitaes are highly adaptable plants.Properly selected evergreens are easy to care for and can provide year round interest. This arborvitae is a great choice since its unique texture makes it a very unusual variegated plant. It has blue-green foliage, a conical shape, and it shines in winter with its bronze winter color!* Cone-shaped* Blue-green foliage* Easy to grow .
Knock knock. Who’s there? Sioux. Sioux who? Sioux Tomato, of course! This heirloom tomato has tremendous heat tolerance AND an incredible flavor. It will even set fruit in temperatures up to 95 degrees in hot summer areas and gives reliably large harvests everywhere. Medium to large-sized tomatoes are a luscious sweet and tangy. The 6-10 oz. fruit has a high tolerance to cracking. Indeterminate. 70 days. Our tomato plants are approximately 6-12″ tall and come in extra large 4.5-inch pots. Each plant is wrapped individually to hold in the soil and moisture..
Brilliant, Golden-Yellow Blooms & Fall Color Klondyke Azalea is a decorative shrub with bright blossoms. Its dazzling, early spring bloom makes it a natural for borders or foundation plantings, and it would be particularly stunning near your Zen or water garden. If you’re seeking a head-turning display to end the cold season, then look no further! Klondyke is an Azalea variety that knows how to put on a show. Large, single blooms herald spring’s arrival with a golden-orange brilliance that’s dazzling against the backdrop of its bronze-tinted, green foliage. The blossoms carry a soft scent as elegant and endearing as its lambent color. As spring progresses into summer, the leaves transition to their vibrant, full-green nature until the glossy, narrow leaves turn red for autumn. Klondyke Azalea is a deciduous shrub that will grow 6-8 feet tall with a 6-foot spread. It has an upright, spreading habit with a moderate growth rate. Klondyke possesses a hardy nature, is tolerant of acidic soils and generally long lived. Azaleas are always a lovely addition to the landscape, and Klondyke is no exception. With a Klondyke Azalea in your yard, you’ll experience bold, vibrant color in a spring display that is sure to dazzle your senses. * Bright spring blooms * Wildlife interest * Three season interest * Tolerates acidic soils * Hardy * Long lived * Somewhat urban tolerant.
The Carefree Wonder™ Rose, Rosa ‘MEIpitac’ (PP7,783), displays free flowering roses that have double flowers of radiant hot pink with a creamy pink reverse, creating an extremely attractive show.The Carefree Wonder has bright green disease resistant foliage. It is tough, pretty, and resists disease. Many have named this rose as one of the very best shrub roses! The foliage is a lovely bright green.Carefree Wonder maintains its neat round habit even without extensive pruning.Use this plant in borders, for hedges, and mass plantings.It was a 1991 AARS Winner.* Long bloomer* Repeat bloomer* Rose hips.
The Petunia Supertunia® Royal Velvet, Petunia hybrids ‘Supertunia® Royal Velvet ‘ (PP13887), is brilliant in color and very low maintenance. The ‘Supertunia® Royal Velvet ‘ has beautiful purple flowers and is a vigorously trailing species of a long-living petunia from Australia.This petunia will provide long-term color in full sun areas throughout the season, and can grow nearly an inch a day. ‘Supertunia® Royal Velvet ‘ is ideal for baskets, beds, balconies and combination plantings.Supertunias are very heat and drought tolerant once established, and late in July and August is when ‘Supertunia® Royal Velvet ‘ plants should be at their best, so make sure they get ample moisture and fertilizer to continue with their gorgeous purple flowering; low maintenance plant.Mix with other colorful petunias and this will add light and contrast to your containers or flower beds!For zones 9-11, this plant can also be a perennial.* Beautiful purple flowers* Container plant* Sprawling habitPick your color….
Green Foliage Produces Rosy SpikesLambs Ear Hummelo, Stachys monnieri ‘Hummelo’, produces sturdy spikes of rosy lavender flowers that make an impressive display in mid-summer. Unlike the more common types of stachys, which have soft silvery foliage, ‘Hummelo’ has glossy dark green foliage which remains attractive all season!The mounding foliage is heavily textured and this species forms rugged, large, rounded clumps of green, long and narrow, textured leaves. It is lovely even when it’s not in bloom!’Hummelo’ Lamb’s Ear needs to be planted in full sun in a well-drained area. It makes a unique and stunning addition to any sunny border!This plant will add texture and color in rock gardens and looks wonderful with Veronica ‘Goodness Grows’, Tradescantia ‘Concord Grape’ or other purple blooming perennials.The clumps will spread over time to form a dense ground cover. Leaves are evergreen in warm winter climates, but will not do well in harsh winters.A robust bloomer, this ‘Hummelo’ Lamb’s Ear is an outstanding garden performer!*Rosy Lavender Spikes in MidSummer*Glossy Dark Green Foliage*Full Sun and Well Drained Soil.
Dark Blue with Yellow CentersThe Hosta Touch of Class, Hosta ‘Touch of Class’ (PP13,080), is a sport of the well known variety June only has leaves that are more upright. It is a small sized hosta that has dark blue leaves with a yellow gold flame in the leaf center. This slow growing hosta has lavender blooms in mid summer.Hostas provide bright color in shade with wonderful foliage and Touch of Class is no exception. Touch of Class needs to be planted in a full shade area in any moist, well-drained spot. This low care perennial is ideal for shady positions, tubs and patio pots, and is one of the most popular landscape plants. A great choice for any beginner gardener.* Dark Blue Leaves with Yellow Center Flame* Lavender Flowers* Full ShadeKeep Your Hosta Collection Healthy.
Ornamental, Fruit-Bearing TreeThe Kieffer Pear is an ornamental, fruit-bearing tree. Plant one in the front yard for seasonal interest, or start your own small orchard by planting several. They are amazingly easy to grow and will provide you with years of beauty and bounty.According to old folklore, having a pear tree in your yard is way to draw good luck to your home, and the Kieffer will certainly provide a lucky bounty of fruit for you to enjoy. You can expect that bounty to arrive in late September and continue into October. There’s nothing quite like the sight of the yellow-green fruit dangling from the tree, ready to be picked and enjoyed.The flesh is white with a crisp, coarse texture and is delicious eaten right off the tree. Juicy and sweet, the Kieffer Pear is especially prized for its uses in a variety of culinary dishes, including preserves and sauces.The Kieffer Pear is certainly a sumptuous treat, but also an attractive tree for your yard. Spring brings fragrant flowers in delicate tiny white blossoms, an elegant exhibition of floral perfection for your landscape. Bees and butterflies will love it!Your Kieffer is a semi-dwarf variety that won’t take too much of your time as it’s an easy pear tree to grow and adaptable to many conditions. It is pest and disease resistant, and tolerates heat and drought. The Kieffer is even a long-lived fruit tree.The Kieffer Pear is beautiful, easy to care for and will provide delicious fruit for many years. It’s certainly a terrific choice as a fruit tree for your home.* Delicious Fruit* Spring Flowers* Ease of Care.
Butterfly Bush Santana, Buddleia ‘Santana’ PP#12,383, is a delightful new butterfly bush with bright variegated foliage! The dark green leaves are surrounded by a neat bright yellow margin, which makes a wonderful accent for the purple-red flowers. ‘Santana’ PP#12,383 is long blooming, but looks great even when not in bloom! Butterflies and hummingbirds delight in its sweet fragrance! This deciduous bush blooms mid-summer to early fall. Butterflies and bees will flock to the honey-scented blossoms, whose dilute nectar is sweetest in midday sun. Plant it near a path or patio and the shrub will provide a delightful fragrance for you, too. It’s generally pest-free. This plant blooms on new growth and should be pruned back to the ground in spring..
The Italian Parsley, Petroselinum crispum, has flat leaves that make this a preferred plant of gourmets.The Parsley Italian Dark Green Flat is prized by gourmets as the most flavorful of all parsley’s. The flat-leaved parsley is superior for flavor.Do you love and grow roses? Grown near roses, parsley is thought to improve the scent and health of roses.The leaf of the Flat Parsley is larger than Green River Parsley. The flat, dark leaf appears on fleshy stems 8 to 10 inches long. Parsley is quite cold hardy and stays green and harvestable through much of the winter, even in cold climates.The Italian Dark Green Flat Parsley is the variety preferred by gourmet cooks. It both enhances and dilutes strong flavors such as onions or garlic.Their culinary uses include salads, soups, butters, fish, and poultry.Flat Parsley is a very nutritious herb containing large quantities of vitamins and mineral such as calcium, iron, phosphorus, potassium and magnesium.They are great in window boxes and pots either inside or outside. Plant in the spring in well-drained soil.* Flavorful* High in vitamin C* Cooks delight .
The Most Colorful OxalisShamrock Charmed Wine, Oxalis ‘Charmed® Wine’ PPAF, has violet, large shamrock-shaped leaves that are graced with dainty pinkish-white flowers. It is the most colorful of the series, with its velvety, wine-colored angular leaves.Charmed Wine requires part-to-full shade and moist but well-drained soil; a heavy feeder.The Charmed series of Oxalis can be grown in beds, containers, and window boxes outdoors, or indoors under lights or in a sunny window. Oxalis ‘Charmed Wine’ makes a great statement in shady areas. What fun you will have when you display this amazing plant on your patio or a table indoors! Oxalis is also adaptable as a house plant for year-round enjoyment. The white flowers are actually blushed with a maroon hue that does something really neat when they get wet; the blush is accentuated and it looks like a wine stain on white fabric!This plant can be a perennial in zones 9-11. In zones 3-8 it is an annual only.* Maroon colored leaves* Can be a houseplant* Shade plant Pick your color….
Hardy Evergreen Perfect for Hedge or TopiaryCommones Boxwood is an evergreen shrub highly valued for its usefulness as a hedge. This shrub is also ideal for topiary, makes a great border plant and is an excellent choice for foundation plantings.If you’re looking for an evergreen shrub that is hardy and looks great all year-round, look no further! Commones Boxwood may sound “common”, but there’s nothing common about it. It’s an exceptional evergreen that maintains its color and will easily adjust to fit your landscaping needs.Most people know Commones Boxwood as a small, densely-leaved, evergreen hedge. It can mature to 15′-20 with an equal spread, but can be pruned as needed. It also can also be used as a large shrub or small tree. This densely-branched shrub has small, smooth-edged leaves that are a shiny, dark green. The vibrant foliage remains on the shrub all winter for enduring color in your yard even through the drab shades of winter. One of the most valuable features of your Commones Boxwood is that it responds very well to harsh pruning so can easily be formed into almost any shape or size.Your Commones Boxwood can grow up to 20 feet in height with an equal spread. Left to grow naturally, it assumes a pleasing, rounded shape sure to present a lovely picture in your yard. The one-inch long elliptical leaves emit a unique scent that many people enjoy. If you’re interested in a hedge you can plant and forget, or an evergreen shrub that is amenable to shaping, you can’t go wrong with a Commones Boxwood.*Evergreen*Scented Leaves*Can be Shaped as Desired.
Thick Double Blooms – Our Best Selling Clematis!The Clematis Franziska Maria™, ‘Clematis’, produces gorgeous double blooms! It outperforms any other double flowered clematis, and the blue-purple blooms are so full they are nearly round when fully open.These show-stopping 4 to 6 inch blossoms will make your neighbors “oooh and ahh” all summer long, even into the early fall! With its stunning blue-purple hue, Franziska Maria™ is sure to become one of your garden favorites.The beautifully formed double flowers are produced on both old and new growth, so there is a repeat flowering pattern.Clematis is easy to grow in a rich, porous, alkaline soil with plenty of room for the roots to spread. Best performance is when the tops are in full sunlight and the roots are shaded, so apply generous mulch or a shallow-rooted ground cover near the base of the vine.Groom this plant after first flowering by cutting back the top one-third to one-half of some stems. This is a very reliable performer once established; it takes a season or two to get going!Franziska Maria™ can be used for both trellising and pots, so it needs a supporting structure, and it is a good plant for growing against fences and walls, and is ideal for small gardens!* Dark Blue Flowers* Thick Double Blooms* Rebloomer.