Goldfinger Potentilla

Goldfinger Potentilla
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No Maintenance on Small Shrub The Potentilla Goldfinger is a gorgeous, compact shrub. Its brilliant golden yellow flowers are nearly two inches across. Its large, rich yellow blossoms bloom all summer, and are a beautiful against this shrubs fine textured foliage.  Besides blooming into late fall, it is also deer resistant. It is widely regarded as one the best yellow-flowering potentilla cultivars. The Goldfingers’ compact, mounding form makes it a perfect choice as a border, low hedge or an accent piece in your garden. This shrub requires very little maintenance. It is best pruned in late winter to control its size and shape. If left to grow, it will mature to 3′ with a little wider spread.  Goldfinger should only be grown in full sunlight. It is adaptable to moist or dry locations and preforms beautifully in urban conditions. * Large 2 Yellow Flowers* Deer Resistant* Prefers Full Sun.

Gold Drop Potentilla

Gold Drop Potentilla
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Tiny Drops of Floral Gold All Summer Long Gold Drop Potentilla is a deciduous shrub with ornamental features.  Plant one as a foundation plant or several for a low-growing, colorful border.  Your Gold Drop Potentilla is sometimes called a “buttercup shrub” for its adorable little buttercup-bright, yellow blossoms that pepper the top of the shrub throughout the summer months.  You’re sure to marvel at how this delightful little shrub keeps on blooming, over-and-over, on its fine-textured, light green foliage.  It’s the type of shrub that fits in almost anywhere and maintains its lively appearance all summer without any special care required from you.  When autumn arrives, your Gold Drop will continue its golden-hued brilliance when the foliage assumes a pleasing copper hue to close out the season. Gold Drop Potentilla will grow to 3 feet in height with an equal spread.  It has a compact form and is adaptive to a variety of conditions, including being drought tolerant.  In fact, Gold Drop is very hardy overall, and almost thrives on neglect.    Potentilla is one of the more common shrubs used for landscaping…and the reason why is clear to see.  A hardy shrub that performs all summer long with delicate little drops of golden perfection is certainly a valuable asset for your landscape. Let Gold Drop be the first of many Potentilla varieties you welcome to your home. * Bright summer flowers * Fall color * Drought tolerant * Adaptive to a variety of conditions.

Happy Face Potentilla

Happy Face Potentilla
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Yellow Blooms Attract Butterflies Potentilla (Bush Cinquefoil) Happy Face, Potentilla fruiticosa ‘Lundy’, adds a beautiful bright yellow color to the landscape in borders or flower beds. The abundance of large, bright yellow flowers will keep a bit of sunshine in your garden all season long! Butterflies love them. Potentilla Happy Face has a dense habit of fine textured dark healthy foliage that is adorned with five petaled blooms from spring all the way through to late summer. It will mature to 2′-3 with a spread of 3′-4′. Happy Face is an outstanding low-maintenance plant, it is deer resistant and requires little pruning. For best results, prune about a third of the branches to the ground in late winter. Happy Face should only be grown in full sunlight. 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 Blooms All Summer* Dark Foliage* Attracts Butterflies  .

McKays White Potentilla

McKays White Potentilla
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White Flowers and Exfoliating Bark The McKays White Potentilla is an ornamental shrub that provides flowers all summer long. Several would look outstanding lining a walkway, or even just one in the background of a perennial bed would be lovely. Your McKays White Potentilla is a dense, multi-stemmed shrub with a rounded nature. What sets it apart from other landscape shrubs is its delicate foliage and long bloom period. The dark green compound leaves are delicate and somewhat ferny in appearance, drawing the eye even without the showy flowers. The blooms arrive in late spring. The saucer-shaped white blossoms have bright yellow centers. They display themselves on the ends of the branches right up until the first frost. Your Potentilla will grow to 24 inches tall with an equal spread. It can live up to 30 years in the right conditions, and is adaptable to almost any situation. It’s quite hardy, requiring little or no care from you, and also disease and pest resistant. As your Potentilla ages, you’ll notice the bark on the branches may peel, creating an additional decorative accent for your landscape. With its long lasting blooms it also appeals to butterflies and other pollinators which is sure to be an asset to your yard. It’s hard to imagine a more advantageous small shrub than the McKays White Potentilla. Its unique foliage, lovely, long-lasting flowers and hardy nature combine to make it an outstanding choice for almost any landscape. * White Flowers All Summer* Dark Green Foliage* Exfoliating Bark.

Abbotswood Potentilla

Abbotswood Potentilla
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An American Native Smothered in White Flowers  As a gardener you know that there is that bump of time in your landscape right between the fade of the spring flowers and the flush of summer blossoms where things just aren’t blooming. That is exactly when Potentilla Abbotswood absolutely covers itself in white blossoms! It often looks like a mound of snow from a distance it is so white and so completely covered. After this big show, Abbotswood blooms consistently (though not as prolifically) for the rest of the summer until frost. Potentilla (known to your grandma as a cinquefoil) is a shrub that has been in America since before America was the good ol’ U S of A. This family of shrubs has survived here for so long because they are super hardy, flower prolifically and are disease and pest resistant to the max. They typically have yellow flowers, but the Abbotswood Potentilla (Potentilla fruticosa ‘Abbotswood’) is covered in glowing single white flowers. It thrives in just about any soil from southern Canada to Northern Texas. It grows naturally in bogs, so go ahead and plant it in that nasty wet spot in your yard…or plant it in your hot rock garden, if you want. It will show off either way. It drops its leaves in the winter and should be cut back to the ground every year to help it rejuvenate and keep a nice form for the next year. Buy Potentilla Abbotswood for the amazing flowers, but love it for its super easy care. Order yours now! * Tough native shrub* Three seasons of flowers* Disease and pest resistant .