Multi-Colored Blooms Abelias are popular shrubs for their vibrant foliage and remarkable flowers, and Sunny Anniversary Abelia is no exception. Its glossy, oval leaves populate the arching branches to provide a rich backdrop for the flower buds that appear in mid-summer. Those adorable buds soon open to trumpet-shaped flowers, resplendent in splashes of yellow, pink and orange that continue to provide their brilliant color well into early fall. Sunny Anniversary’s one-of-a-kind blend of bright, floral colors extends into autumn for a stand-out display amid your other plantings, which by that time are preparing for a winter’s rest. Your Sunny Anniversary Abelia is a deciduous shrub with ornamental features. It will grow up to 4 feet in height with an equal spread, and has a somewhat mounded nature with upright, gracefully-arching stems. Deer tend to leave it alone, but butterflies, bees and hummingbirds will delight you with their frequent visits amid the fragrant blooms. Sunny Anniversary Abelia grows naturally beautiful, but is amenable to pruning if you so desire. Planted en masse in a wildlife habitat area, these decorative shrubs are majestic. Plant just one for a focal point in your yard, or place a few in containers where they can be the most versatile. No matter where you place a Sunny Anniversary Abelia, it’s sure to please. Part of the award-winning Anniversary Series, Sunny Anniversary Abelia is sure to be a “winner” in your yard this year as well! * Multi-colored fragrant flowers* Long blooming* Deer resistant* Drought tolerant.
Year Round Appeal on a Versatile Shrub Cranberry Cotoneaster, Cotoneaster apiculatus, is a deciduous shrub with year round ornamental features. Plant one as a foundation plant in your yard, or several for decorative erosion control on a slope or hill in your landscape. Your Cranberry Cotoneaster shrub has a lot to offer with year round features that prove it has something for every season. Late spring brings petite, pink-hued flowers that seem to dance amid the branches and slowly transition to cranberry-like berries for late summer. The small, scarlet jewels will persist amid the branches well into winter to the delight of your feathered friends. Cranberry Cotoneaster’s ovate leaves remain a glossy green throughout summer, then put on a show in autumn with shades of bronze, purple and red. Cranberry Cotoneaster will grow up to 3 feet tall with a 6-foot spread. It has an upright, mounded nature and arching habit. In fact, the branches sometimes arch so far as to touch the ground and take root. Cranberry Cotoneaster shrubs is adaptable to a variety of conditions, hardy and generally easy to care for. If you’re looking for something that has particular winter interest, but is also lovely year round, then look no further. Cranberry Cotoneaster’s unique form and bright, red berries will make it a standout in your winter landscape. Its arching form, spring flowers and colorful foliage make it ideal for your yard spring through fall. Whatever the season, you can’t go wrong with this colorful and versatile shrub! * Year round interest * Adaptable to a variety of conditions * Great for erosion control * Rabbit tolerant * Urban tolerant.
Deciduous Shrub with Unique Summer Blooms Pinky Bells is a deciduous shrub with unique summer blooms. It would do well as a foundation planting in your yard or perhaps as a charming container plant for your backyard patio. Your Pinky Bells lives up to its name. This shrub features adorable pendulous flowers that dangle from the stems like little bells from mid-summer to fall. The 5-petalled blooms are a delicate pink and are easily the largest flowers of the Abelia varieties available. Your yard’s hummingbirds and butterflies will appreciate its fragrant presence in your yard as well, and further reward you with their delightful presence. Pinky Bells new growth is red, so even when not in bloom, your Pinky Bells will contribute some added interest to your landscape. Red color in the fall will spice up your autumn yard as well. It also has a gently mounded form so is naturally attractive, but adapts well to pruning if you’d like to shape it a bit. It’s known for having a strong root system and is relatively hardy. Even the neighborhood deer will leave it alone. A lovely shrub with enchanting flowers to provide color year-round, the Pinky Bells is an outstanding choice for your yard this year. *Unique Flowers*4 Season Color*Hardy*Wildlife Interest.