Dwarf Lime with Delicious FruitKaffir Lime, Citrus hystrix ‘Kaffir’, is a dwarf, fruit tree that produces highly prized citrus fruit. It thrives in potted environments, so would do well on your front porch or patio. The Kaffir Lime is also know as Kieffer Lime. Bring your tree indoors near a sunny window, and its intoxicating citrus scent will brighten your home during cold winter days.As a patio plant or indoor houseplant, your Kaffir Lime is sure to bring a taste of the tropics to your home. Your Kaffir Lime is a lovely little tree, with double-lobed, dark green leaves that catch the sun with their glossy sheen. The small, green limes produced by your Kaffir have a bumpy exterior, an attractive addition to an already exotic appearance. Kaffir Lime is certainly a beautiful tree, but it is most sought-after for the exceptional fruit it produces. Both the leaves and fruit are highly aromatic with the lime itself possessing a fresh, tangy taste that is often said to be a one-of-a-kind lime flavor. The fruit, leaves, zest, and juice are critical to a variety of culinary dishes, including Thai, Cambodian, and Indonesian cooking. Even the leaves are an essential ingredient for flavoring many dishes, and parts of the Kaffir are sometimes used for medicinal and insecticidal purposes. Kaffir Lime will grow 7-10 feet in height, but can be easily pruned to 5 feet. It can be grown outdoors year-round in zones 9-10, but is best suited for indoors. It prefers a sunny window and moist soil. You Get Large, Well Established TreesBuying a Kaffir from us ensures that your tree will be a minimum of three years old, have extensive branching and some of the largest root systems available. We take pride in delivering you the highest quality citrus trees with healthy roots and full, well-established stems and foliage. Kaffir Lime trees are a popular item. Order now before they sell out and enjoy the benefits of growing your own citrus fruit.* Grows Well in Containers Indoors * Aromatic features * Dwarf citrus tree.
Clusters of Re-blooming, White Roses Atop Tall, Dark Green StemsMoondance is a Floribunda with an elegant columnar habit and enchanting double blooms to match. The creamy white roses bloom all summer long, spectacular in the sunlight and illuminating on a moonlit stroll. Add the enticing spicy-raspberry scent of these entrancing beauties and the picture is complete.Moondance is a remarkably trouble-free, mildew-resistant plant. Floribundas are distinguished from Hybrid Teas because they bear their flowers in large, dense clusters.If exquisite white roses against dark green foliage all summer long sounds captivating to you, then Moondance is sure to please.* White, double blooms * Award winner * Amazing fragrance * Disease resistant * Mildew resistant.
The Yellowbird Potentilla, Potentilla fruticosa ‘Yellowbird’, is a double flowering potentilla from Canada. Its flowers are bright yellow, and the majority of them are double with 8 to 10 petals. These large lemon-yellow blooms are about 75 percent double by the second or third year. ‘Yellowbird’ is an attractive bushy plant that has an upright habit and tight branching. It does well in almost any soil in sun or partial shade. Easy to care for and drought tolerant, ‘Yellowbird’ is popular for its floral display throughout most of the summer season!.
Stripes and Wet FeetThe Northern Sea Oats River Mist, Chasmanthium latifolium ‘River Mist’ PP# 20643, is a carefree, easy to grow grass that provides light and texture to a shaded area. It has handsome green blades with dramatic white stripes.Add a vivid look to your garden with this unique plant! It makes an amazing specimen or container plant, reaching heights of 30-36 inches. River Mist has an upright form until the flowers appear as graceful, drooping greenish blooms. As the flower stalks expand in early summer, the blooms are replaced by clusters of white seed heads in late summer. The arching seed heads mature to a purple-bronze color and make a nice accent when left on through the winter and can be use for flower arrangements. It is quite adaptable, preferring to grow in average to wet conditions. It will tolerate some standing water and is tolerant of urban pollution. It is also deer resistant.*Green and White Striped Leaves*Drooping White Seed Heads*Prefers Moist to Wet Soils.
Foamy White StarsThe Alchemilla ‘Lady’s Mantle’, Alchemilla mollis, is a brilliant foamy clusters of tiny, star like flowers with velvety soft olive-green leaves. The flower color ranges from yellow to green and blooms in late spring to early summer with a height of 18” and a plant spread of 18-24”.The foliage catches and holds water drops while sparkling in the sun‘Lady’s Mantle’ will grow well in sun or shade in rich, moist, well-drained areas.If summer temperatures are too high, grow in partial to full shade.It is best used for edging with Coral Bells, Geraniums or Hostas.The blossoms can be used as dried flower arrangements.If one is looking for a fast growing, low maintenance perennial as a ground cover or mass plantings, this is the one for you.*Flowers are Foamy White Stars*Bright Green Foliage Beads Water*Full or Part Sun.
Lovely Spring Display and Superior Fruit Red Baron Peach is a fruit bearing tree with an exceptionally lovely spring display. Plant one in a sunny spot in your front yard where you can share its remarkable spring display with your neighbors, and watch every step of the development of its delicious fruit. Your Red Baron Peach is like two trees in one, putting on a show you’ll come to treasure year-after-year. For its first act, Red Baron Peach tree puts on a spring display like no other when April finds it awash in stunning, scarlet blossoms. Each double flower is a picture of frilly, floral perfection that maintains its dazzling, bright red display for several weeks (and certainly earns its name of “Red Baron”). For its second act, Red Baron provides some of the best peaches you’ll ever taste. The 3-inch, firm globes of juicy peaches are so prolific that you’ll need to thin a few out each year. Each freestone peach is brilliantly dressed in a sunny, yellow skin with splashes of red. The flesh is yellow and sweet with slight tart overtones for a deep, rich flavor you’ll come to crave. In fact, your Red Baron Peach tree scores high on taste tests for its superior flavor. It’s an August harvest you’ll never forget! Red Baron Peach trees will grow up to 15 feet in height with an equal spread. It’s fast-growing so you won’t have to wait long to see results, and it’s relatively easy to care for. The Red Baron Peach tree doesn’t mind a little pruning, so it can be trimmed to a smaller size if you should prefer to keep it more petite for easy picking. It’s fast-growing so you won’t have to wait long for results, and self-fruitful so you won’t have to plant a pollinator to ensure a harvest. Owning a Red Baron Peach tree is a terrific investment in a tree that acts like two trees in one. In spring it’s a spectacular ornamental, and in fall it becomes an exceptional fruit tree with outstanding, healthy fruit. No matter how you look at it, Red Baron is the peach tree to have in your yard this year! * Spectacular spring display * Fast growing * Self-fruitful.
Easy to Grow Tiny Spruce with Unique ShapeThe Bird’s Nest Spruce is a dwarf evergreen. This plant would work well in a low-maintenance garden, or make a good foundation plant along your house or side building.It would also do well as a distinctive container plant for your patio or front porch.Your Bird’s Nest Spruce is a variety of Norway Spruce. However, this adorable evergreen stays small.As the plant grows, the outside grows taller than the center, creating a unique, decorative appearance in an evergreen (and resembling the nest of a bird).Dark green needles (much shorter and daintier than those of the typical Spruce), are a delightful contrast to the light green foliage that grows on the spreading branches. These light edges gracefully rise up slightly with nodding tips for an additional decorative feature.The Bird’s Nest Spruce will grow to 3 feet in height with a 3 foot spread. It has a pyramidal growth habit when young, becoming columnar when mature.It has no significant insect or disease issues and is extremely hardy. Bird’s Nest Spruce is even wind resistant. It’s an easy-to-grow evergreen that rarely outgrows its space, but is amenable to pruning if need be.Evergreens are excellent plants for adding structure, color and texture to your yard or garden, and Bird’s Nest Spruce is an outstanding choice for a petite variety that also has a unique, distinctive appearance.* Unique form * Dwarf * Easy to grow.
Cushion Spurge, Euphorbia Polychroma, is a mounding, clump-forming perennial which typically grows in a dome shape. It has clusters of poinsettia-like flowers, although the flower cymes are not showy, they are subtended by long-lasting, bright sulphur yellow bracts, which cover the plant and provide quite a show. It blooms so long that you can enjoy its bright yellow flowers for weeks.The red fruit produced in late summer pops off the plant and are projected several feet, and under ideal conditions, may self sow!Cushion Spurge prefers dry, well-drained soils in full sun, and appreciates some light afternoon shade in hot summer climates. However, clumps tend to open up and lose their attractive cushion shape in too much shade. It may rot in wet or heavy clay soils.The plant gets its common name from the cushion-like, dome-shaped growth habit it forms. Use in front to middle of borders, masses, or large rock gardens.* Yellow flowers* Red fruit* Dome shaped .
Full Sun Makes Yellow FlowersThe Potentilla ‘Jackman’, Potentilla fruticosa ‘jackmanii’, is a compact upright shrub with brilliant yellow flowers. Butterflies love them.This deciduous shrub has deep green leaves that make a beautiful background for the deep yellow flowers. Jackman Potentilla flowers from midsummer on to fall.Potentillas may be the longest blooming shrub with loads of yellow flowers all summer. The bushy plants like sun and are not fussy about soil types or pH levels. They are very hardy and popular.Use this potentilla as a foundation plant, in low hedges, and in masses.It matures to 3′-4′ with an equal spread.Jackman should only be grown in full sunlight or partial shade. It is adaptable to moist or dry locations. It is not particular to soil type or pH levels. This plant excels in urban conditions.* Bright Yellow Flowers All Summer* Dark Green Foliage* Attracts Butterflies.
The Ligularia Brit Marie Crawford, Ligularia dentate ‘Brit Marie’, is a wonderful yellow-orange, daisy-like flower with huge glossy maroon foliage that remains dark for most of the season. This plant was first discovered by Britt-Marie Crawford in Fife, Scotland.The foliage can be rounding, kidney-shaped, or triangular with a wavy margin. The flowers appear on tall spikes and bloom from July to August. ‘Brit Marie’ has a plant height of 3-4’ and a spread of 36-48”.Ligularia should be planted in full shade in a well-drained area. It must have moist soil and should never be allowed to dry out. Use Ligularia in group or mass plantings, woodland gardens, or along streams, ponds, pools or bog gardens.‘Brit Marie’ makes an extremely bold statement in the garden, and its best ornamental feature is its leaves. They generally retain good color throughout the growing season!* Yellow Orange Daisy Like Blooms* Glossy Maroon Foliage* 4′ Tall Clumping Form.
The Spiderwort ‘Sweet Kate’, Tradescantia, has a brilliant gold leaf form. This new import from the UK is taking the gardening world by storm! The brilliant golden foliage (brightest in full sun) is highlighted with a procession of deep blue flowers from late spring until fall.When the stems of spiderworts are cut, a viscous stem secretion is released which becomes threadlike and silky upon hardening, like a spider’s web. That is how it got its name. ‘Sweet Kate’ opens broad and flat in the heat of the day, then wither and curl under to be replaced the next morning by a new batch of blooms. The foliage of spiderworts looks very similar to a daylily’s.If flowering slows, behead ‘Sweet Kate’, and it will start to regrow and flower all over again. Being a vigorous grower, each plant becomes a true masterpiece. Fantastic in shade gardens and combos; thrives in sun to partial shade.* Deep blue flowers* Gold foliage* Shade.
Fragrant Lilacs in a Stunning, Ornamental Tree FormThe Lilac ‘Bloomerang’™ is a revolutionary new kind of lilac!’Bloomerang’ blooms in spring and then again throughout the summer. It does go through a rest period in the heat of the summer and then flowers again; traditional lilac varieties only bloom for a few short weeks in spring. Bloomerang’s fragrant flowers continue until frost.Trained into a tree form, this compact beauty makes a great ornamental tree for your landscape or garden. It works great as a foundation planting or as part of the mixed border. As a Tree Form, It is a taller item that adds height and drama to a container, so can be used either in the back or middle of a container. You can also include ‘Bloomerang’ in perennial beds and enjoy classic lilac fragrance for months instead of weeks!This lilac thrives in full sun and prefers well-drained soil. Removing spent blooms encourages reblooming, and save heavy pruning to shape after blooming.These sold out in hours last spring. Quantities are limited. Buy Yours Now to Avoid Disappointment!* Fragrant Blooms* Reblooms* Great Ornamental Tree.
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.
The Rhododendron ‘Hachmann’s Polaris’, Rhododendron ‘Hachmann’s Polaris’, is a compact and mounding shrub with dense, fuzzy foliage. A profuse bloomer, it produces up to three buds per shoot. It buds young and keeps performing; young plants are very dense and compact, spreading with age. Reddish buds open to a lavender-pink edged flower with a paler throat. These frilly pink flowers, with their ruffled darker edgings, cover the plant in late midseason. Its dark green leaves have a hint of indumentum on the underside. When choosing a planting location, avoid hot, dry areas, open exposed sites, or low-lying places that are prone to become frost pockets. ‘Hachmann’s Polaris’ grows best in well-drained, lime free soils that are rich in organic matter and have the capacity to retain plenty of moisture in dry weather..
The artist’s secret! By their nature gardens are full of color. Whether it’s the kaleidoscope of color from annual flowers; the fireworks of reds, oranges and golds from fall leaves; or the tapestry of verdant greens from hedges and trees, there is always color. As any artist knows, sometimes a swirl of colors improves when it is tempered by a more muted hue. Enter Wormwood (Artemisia ‘Powis Castle’), a subtle but gorgeous plant with a not-subtle and not-gorgeous name. Wormwood is silver-gray. Not shiny, not fancy, not in-your-face. Graceful, easy on the eyes and the perfect foil for every other color in your garden. It makes bright colors seem more vibrant and less garish. It makes overlooked colors – like every shade of green – look more rich and faceted. Paired with whites? Like Aubrey Hepburn – timeless and sophisticated. It’s not just the color of Wormwood that makes it work so well in the garden either. Wormwood brings a unique texture and feel to your landscape. The 2’-3’ high mounds have delicate, feathery, dissected foliage that really stands out next to strappy grasses and thick-leaved evergreens. Wormwood is a drought tolerant plant that is perfect for water-conscious gardeners. It is a staple in cottage gardens, but works well in rustic or contemporary settings, too, where it can appear either hotly wild or coolly structured. Bonus: Deer won’t touch it. Order your Wormwood today and use the artists secret weapon for making your colors sing! * Silver-gray foliage* Fits small gardens* Xeric* Containers* Ground cover* Thrives just about anywhere.