Exceptional Flowers, Foliage and Fall BerriesPearl Glam Beautyberry certainly delivers on what its name seems to promise. It’s a beautiful shrub with glamorous “pearls” of purple berries. Second only to the lovely berries is Pearl Glam’s remarkable foliage, a dark purple shade that never fails to draw the eye in any setting.Pearl Glam Beautyberry, Callicarpa x ‘NCCX2’, is a hybrid that combines the best attributes of its parent plants to provide a more upright form and remarkable color. It has enhanced dark purple foliage and white clusters of summer blossoms. When the flowers are done, clusters of purple berries appear along the branches for a remarkable display through the fall that will delight both you and your wildlife.Your Pearl Glam Beautyberry is a deciduous shrub that will grow up to 5 feet in height with an equal spread. It is resistant to disease and pests, and requires little or no maintenance. Plant a few for a flashy border, or even just one by your patio where you can enjoy its long-lasting display of color. The branches and berries are also excellent for floral arrangements in the fall, where they can continue to gift you with their texture and color well into the winter months.Pearl Glam Beautyberry is clearly an exceptional and unique shrub with a great deal to offer, and requiring less space than some other varieties. Try one today!* Decorative foliage* Summer flowers* Fall color and berries* Fast growing.
Versatile Maple Highlights Any LocationCompact Amur Maple is an ornamental shrub. It would make an excellent accent plant, hedge along an outbuilding or even a container plant for your patio. Your Compact Amur Maple has a compact, rounded form that fills out nicely with dark green, 3-lobed leaves. Clusters of small, pale yellow flowers will appear in spring to tease your senses with their subtle, sweet fragrance. Double samara develop soon after and merge from green into brown for mid-summer. As delightful as all these features are however, you’ll see the true value of this diminutive shrub when it displays its autumn color. Your Compact Amur Maple will burst forth in shades of orange and red that seem to burn like tiny beacons amid other fall plantings. The Compact Amur Maple grows naturally as a multi-stemmed, dense and compact shrub. You could also prune it to a single or multi-stemmed small tree. Compact Amur Maple will grow to 6-10 feet tall with an equal spread. It enjoys well-drained soils and full sun, but will tolerate some shade. It’s reasonably drought tolerant once established. You can expect your Compact Amur Maple to have a 60 year lifespan, so whatever form you choose to grow your Maple in, you’re sure to enjoy it for a very long time.* Dense Shrub or Small Tree * Red and Orange Fall Foliage* Full Sun and Adaptable.
A Prolific Profusion of Pink for Spring!Fluffy pink flowers blanket this dwarf shrub for a spectacular welcome to the new season, enticing bees and butterflies to flock to its magnificent blooms. You probably won’t see the tiny fruits that develop later, but your birds are sure to take notice. When fall arrives, coppery-yellow tones spice up the landscape for fall. Your Pink Flowering Almond is easy to grow. It is adaptive to a variety of soils, cold hardy to zone 4 and is drought tolerant.Both hardy and delicate at the same time, Pink Flowering Almond really knows how to put on a spring show, and follows it up with so many admirable features, that you won’t want to miss out on its benefits and beauty.* Spring flowers* Summer berries attract wildllife* Fall color.
Great 3-Season Performance for Your Garden Mount Airy Fothergilla will be a stand-out performer in your home landscape. For starters, this vigorous shrub grows up to 5’ tall. In the spring, it is covered in white, bottle-brush shaped flowers that smell vaguely of honey and vanilla.When the flowers fade, Mount Airy has beautiful green and blue-gray leaves all summer. In the fall the leaves turn exciting shades of yellow, orange and red-purple – sometimes all on one leaf!Mount Airy makes a huge impression when planted in small groups and is jaw-dropping when planted in large groups. Use it as a foundation planting or a dividing hedge. Plant it with purple leaved companions like Royal Purple Smoke Bush or Purple Leaf Plum for a beautiful modern show in spring and fall.For a more classic approach, pair it with Rhododendrons and Azaleas, which love the same type of soil and light conditions and have been Fothergilla companion plants for generations.This well-loved plant will add color and texture to your garden throughout the year. Make sure to order yours from Nature Hills today!* Three seasons of interest * Fragrant flowers in spring * Beautiful multi-colored fall foliage.
Popular Ornamental Shrub with 4-Season Interest Henry’s Garnet Virginia Sweetspire, Itea virginica ‘Henry’s Garnet’, is an ornamental shrub with wonderfully fragrant blooms. Plant one for a gorgeous foundation plant in your front yard, or use several in your side yard. They naturalize well and are sure to provide an elegant appearance in those less-civilized areas of your landscape. Your Henry’s Garnet Virginia Sweetspire will wow you with its 6-inch long, dense clusters of white blossoms in June (when many other plants are just getting started). The fragrant beauties last well into summer and are sure to call you in for a closer look…just as it will your hummingbirds, butterflies and other pollinators. The flowers reach up above the bright green foliage before gently cascading down for an elegant appearance in your landscape. The oblong leaves transition to a delightful red for fall and often hang on into winter to extend the show. Henry’s Garnet Virginia Sweetspire will grow to about 5 feet in height with a 6-foot spread. It’s an upright shrub with a rounded form and an open nature. This Sweetspire won’t require a lot of time from you to achieve its naturally beautiful appearance, and is hardy enough to thrive regardless of minor inconveniences. It even naturalizes well. Sweetspire has long been a popular ornamental shrub among gardeners, and Henry’s Garnet Virginia Sweetspire has clusters almost twice as long as other cultivars! It’s sure to bring a smile to your face this year when you witness first-hand all that it has to offer for your yard. * Summer flowers * Fragrant * Hardy * Wildlife interest.