Compact Blue Green HedgeMiniglobe Honeysuckle, Lonicera x xylosteoides ‘Miniglobe’, is a naturally compact plant that has dense blue-green foliage and the small white flowers produce inconspicuous red fruit.This plant makes an excellent foundation plant or it can be used as a low hedge. A low maintenance xeriscape plant, Miniglobe has outstanding dense foliage on a compact hardy shrub.Miniglobe Honeysuckle is excellent for formal hedging and drought tolerant, this honeysuckle has improved hardiness, compact growth and superior foliage.It grows 3-4 feet in height and width. Honeysuckles are easy to grow, vigorous, heat-tolerant, and nearly indestructible. The flashy and fragrant flowers will attract hummingbirds and butterflies all summer long. Many honeysuckles will thrive in containers as well.If pruning or shearing is needed, do it in late winter or very early spring. Miniglobe does well in an urban setting. It grows well in most soil types and pH levels. It does not like standing water areas.If you are looking for a small, compact honeysuckle, Miniglobe is the one!*Drought Tolerant*Attracts Hummingbirds and Butterflies*Hardy and Compact.
Big harvest of big superfruit! Are you getting your daily supply of Superfruits? If not, maybe it’s time to grow some in your own backyard! Superfruits are fruits that are packed with antioxidants, minerals, vitamins, fiber and other nutrients that can help you live longer and look better and might even prevent certain diseases.Sugar Mountain Eisbar Sweetberry Honeysuckle isn’t just a superfruit, but a super-easy and super-prolific plant, too. They are North American natives and they are hardier than blueberries and easier to grow. They are very adaptable to just about any garden situation and produce loads of sweet 1 ½” blue elongated berries that taste like a cross between a blueberry and a raspberry.Sugar Mountain is relatively new for home gardeners. It has only been available on the market since 2015. They aren’t as well-known as other berries – blue, rasp, straw and black – but we have a feeling that they soon will be! Don’t wait until they are passé. Be the first in your neighborhood to grow these delicious and healthy berries. They are great fresh and perfect for baking, smoothies and other recipes that call for berries. They make a killer ice-cream! They also freeze well, which is great because you will be harvesting tons of berries once your plants get established!When you order, make sure to order a Sugar Mountain Balalaika Sweetberry along with it as a pollinator. That way you’ll double your harvest! Order today!* Sweet tasting berries up to 1 ½” long* Hardy native* Big harvests* Easy care* Nice ornamental shrub.
Big Value for Small SpacesEmerald Mound Honeysuckle is a deciduous shrub with ornamental features. Plant one of these in a naturalized area or use as a foundation plant. These would even do well for a large groundcover area.Your Emerald Mound Honeysuckle is one of the earliest plants to leaf out in the spring. Its graceful, oval-shaped leaves are a refreshing light blue/green that fills out the shrub for an attractive landscape addition all season long. Spring brings yellow-hued, white flowers that transition to berries of a deep red shade for mid-summer through fall. The fragrant flowers have a strong appeal for butterflies, bees and hummingbirds and your birds will adore you for the berries. Emerald Mound Honeysuckle will grow to about 3-feet tall with a slightly larger spread. This shrub fills out all the way to the ground so you don’t need facer plants, and its dense nature makes it ideal for shaping. It also has a natural beauty, so whether you leave it to grow wild or choose to prune it, it will still present a beautiful, mounded image in your yard. Honeysuckles are even easy to grow. They adapt to a variety of soils, are vigorous and nearly indestructible. If you could use something small that will still provide a lot of ornamental interest, Emerald Mound is for you. An Emerald Mound here or there in your garden will fill in those small, empty spaces with early color, fragrant flowers and even berries for your wildlife. Order a few today!* Early foliage and flowers * Compact * Wildlife interest * Easy to grow * Vigorous grower.
A Cool Splash of ColorCool Splash Honeysuckle is a deciduous shrub with ornamental features. Plant several for a small hedge along your garage or use a couple as foundation plants. These are especially lovely in a naturalized area on a hillside or rough location that needs some definition. Your Cool Splash Honeysuckle will soon become one of your favorite shrubs for its exquisite, variegated foliage. The 4-inch, ovate leaves feature dark green centers surrounded by yellow-tinted, creamy white margins. It’s a lovely presence in any setting! Panicles of trumpet-shaped blooms appear in late spring/early summer, their brilliant yellow an elegant contrast against the showy red stems. Cool Splash will lend a lush, full appearance to your landscape, with foliage reaching all the way to the ground so no facer plants will be required. Cool Splash will grow up to 4 feet in height with an equal spread. It is densely-branched, with a rounded habit and arching nature. Cool Splash is low maintenance so won’t require much of your time or effort, but is amenable to pruning if you so desire. You can plant it almost anywhere, but you’ll have the best foliage color in full sun. It’s reasonably long lived, reaching an age of 20 years under optimal conditions.Your Cool Splash is aptly named as it’s a “cool splash” of color anywhere you place it in your yard. It’s a beautiful shrub with exceptional features that you won’t want to miss out on this year!* Variegated foliage * Fragrant spring flowers * Adaptive to a variety of soils * Deer resistant * Long lived * Erosion tolerant * Works well in containers .
Grow superfruit in your own backyard! Superfruits are all the rage right now and there are many superfruits out there. Not every fruit makes it to superfruit status, though. Those that are considered “super” by most nutrition scientists are ones that are packed with vitamins, minerals, fiber, antioxidants and other nutrients that can help you look better, live longer and might even prevent certain diseases.Sugar Mountain Balalaika Sweetberry Honeysuckle is considered a superfruit, which is great, because this is one of the easiest home-grown fruits that you can put into your garden. They are native to North America and they are more hardy and easier to grow than blueberries. They adapt to just about any garden situation and produce tons of sweet 1” long powder-blue fruit that taste like a sweet cross between a blueberry and a blackberry or raspberry.Sugar Mountain is relatively new on the home garden scene, just becoming available to home gardeners in 2015. Though they aren’t as well-known as their other berry brethren, we have a feeling that they soon will be. Be the first of your friends to grow these healthy, delicious berries. You can eat them fresh or use them in baking, smoothies and other recipes. They also freeze well, which is good because you will be harvesting lots and lots of berries once your plants get established!So, the sooner you order, the sooner your picking your own Sugar Mountain Balalaika Sweetberries! Order today!* Sweet tasting berries* Hardy native* Big harvests* Easy care * Nice ornamental shrub.
The Winter Honeysuckle, Lonicera fragrantissima, is sometimes called Sweet Breath of Spring. It is extremely fragrant (lemony), with creamy white flowers that appear in early spring before the leaves emerge. Flowers are followed by small, somewhat inconspicuous, red berries which mature in late spring to early summer. Oval, dark green foliage sometimes has bluish tinge. Flowers are a harbinger of spring. Budded branches may be cut for an early, fragrant, indoor arrangement. Easily grown in average, dry to medium wet, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Adapts to wide range of soils, including dry ones, but prefers moist, loamy soils. Prune to shape after flowering..
Tough, beautiful native Let’s face it. Sometime native plants just aren’t that pretty or are a little fussy. But here is a native that is both beautiful and easy! Kodiak Orange Diervilla (Kodiak™ Orange Diervilla rivularis ‘G2X88544’ PPAF) is a tough native plant that thrives in both sun and shade, AND is drought-tolerant. What a deal!This bush honeysuckle isn’t a true honeysuckle so it’s not invasive like many natives can be. It plays well with its garden neighbors, for sure.But don’t take that as it being a garden sissy. This shrub takes fall color seriously with its glowing orange fall foliage. It is like a beacon in the fall landscape. As a native, Kodiak Orange Diervilla is an ecofriendly alternative to a typical burning bush, which you might have in your landscape now.Fall isn’t the only season Kodiak Orange shines in, either. It boasts bright yellow flowers in early summer, too. Add to that deer-resistance, disease resistance and that it can even grow in dry shade and you have a most excellent landscape plant. Try a few in even your most challenging sites. You’ll be thrilled you did!* Dry shade tolerant (color is best with some sun) * Yellow flower clusters all summer * Glowing orange-red fall foliage.
Versatile Shrub / Leaves Turn From Red to Green Kodiak Red Diervilla (Kodiak™ Red Diervilla rivularis ‘G2X885411’ PPAF) is a rugged native plant that has a great wild, but refined look. This plant is equally at home in your naturalized garden as well as your formal foundation planting. It does well in both sun and shade, and is drought-tolerant to boot.Like other diervilla, this bush honeysuckle isn’t a true honeysuckle which means that it’s not invasive like many native honeysuckles can be.This isn’t a shrinking violet in the garden, though. Kodiak Red starts out in spring with beautiful red leaves that fade to a pretty green. All the new growth throughout the year starts out red, too. It’s like Christmas all year!Kodiak Red sports light yellow flowers in early summer, too. What a great color show! It is also deer-resistant, disease resistant and grows in dry shade. Try it in your most challenging sites or for naturalizing, foundation plantings, hedges, wildlife gardens and mixed borders. This is one of those great and versatile native plants that you should own.* Dry shade tolerant * Yellow flowers all summer * Red foliage fades to green.
Lemon-Tinted EvergreenLemon Beauty Honeysuckle is an evergreen shrub. Its outstanding, year-round color would make it a fine specimen planting for your yard, or a stand-out accent in a mixed border. You could even use it as a container planting for your patio.Your Lemon Beauty Honeysuckle features small, oblong leaves with a delightfully dark green tone. New growth offers an additional dash of color with its hint of lavender. The foliage is edged with a lemon-yellow border that is sure to catch your eye amid the common evergreens of your landscape. Small, white flowers appear at the end of spring. However, the blossoms don’t resemble those of traditional honeysuckle vines. They are delicate bells that dangle in pairs and are sure to delight your senses with their sweet fragrance. The flowers later give way to purple berries that ripen in summer and will be relished by your birds. Lemon Beauty Honeysuckle will grow to 3-6 feet tall with an equal spread. It’s fast-growing and has a dense nature. This shrub is renowned for growing under a wide variety of conditions from heat to cold, moist to dry, and in any soil that is well drained. The ideal location offers morning sun and shade in the hot afternoons.Evergreen shrubs are a popular choice for home landscapes. However, why plant a typical evergreen for your home when you can go a step beyond and instead have this Lemon Beauty!* Lemon-tinted, evergreen foliage * fragrant flowers * Wildlife interest * Hardy.
Long Blooming, Low MaintenanceButterfly Bush Honeysuckle, Diervilla sessilifolia ‘Butterfly’, is also known as the Southern Bush Honeysuckle. It is a new, long blooming Dutch selection with rich yellow flowers held upright. The blooms last from May until July. The habit is neat, well branched and not floppy like other species. This honeysuckle prefers sunny, moist sites, but can adapt to dry shady locations. It prefers sun to partial shade and is a rapid grower; grows 3 to 5 feet in height and width. A very tough plant, it is drought tolerant and spreads by suckers. Prune in very early spring, and to control bush size, prune any suckers that show up in the spring. The new growth on this plant is a copper color and quite attractive. As the leaves mature they turn a dark green. The long flowering period for the ‘Butterfly‘ will please any gardener. It produces lovely yellow flowers from spring through summer. Honeysuckles are known to attract butterflies and hummingbirds. This plant is no exception!Winter can leave some deciduous plants looking blah and colorless. Not so for this ‘Butterfly’! The bright red stems will add color to any winter landscape.*Low maintenance plant*Hardy*Dense.
The Red Rum Honeysuckle, Lonicera maackii, is a deciduous shrub that grows to 8′ to 12′. It produces masses of white flowers that mature to yellow followed by profusion of 1/4″ bright red fruit persisting into winter. It has an upright vase shape. Leaves acquire a yellow fall color. Excellent as winter wildlife food source, windbreaks and landscaping. Adaptable to poor soils and is shade tolerant..
Ornamental Shrub with Outstanding ColorThe Honeyrose Honeysuckle is an ornamental shrub with outstanding color all summer long. Plant one in the front yard for the neighbors to enjoy, or several in a grouping to knock their socks off! Your Honeyrose Honeysuckle could almost be called the perfect plant. Its basic form is upright and rounded, providing a lovely silhouette for your landscape in any season. The foliage is an attractive shade of blue-green that serves as an excellent backdrop for the exquisite crimson flowers that appear in the spring. The fragrance of those spectacular blooms is an invitation to hummingbirds, bees and butterflies that will continue on into the fall. In the late summer your Honeysuckle will even offer small berries to your yard’s wildlife. Growing to 10 feet tall with an equal spread, your Honeyrose Honeysuckle will amaze you with its fast-growth and hardy features. In fact, this is one shrub that is actually hard to kill! The foliage is aphid resistant and stands up well to drought, heat, pollution and even the usual ravages of deer. It will adapt to many conditions and is certainly a low maintenance plant. If you’d like an ornamental shrub for your yard that will continually produce spectacular results with little care from you, then the Honeyrose Honeysuckle is an outstanding choice. * Summer long flowers * Wildlife interest * Hardy.
The Pink Tatarian Honeysuckle, Lonicera tatarica, originated in Southern Russia and Turkistan. Tatarian Honeysuckle is a tolerant, reliable shrub with good flowering and fruiting habits. It grows in sun or partial shade and any garden soil. The fragrant pink flowers are produced in mid-spring. The red, orange or yellow fruit is most ornamental during the summer. Fruit and flower colors vary with the cultivar. Tartarian Honeysuckle is widely distributed throughout the US. Neat appearing shrub for screens and windbreaks. Dependable and hardy. Pale pink buds open to masses of white blooms..
Ornamental Shrub with Fragrant FlowersThe Arnold Red Honeysuckle is an ornamental deciduous shrub. You could plant one as a specimen plant in the front yard or several as a foundation hedge. Honeysuckle vines are wildly popular for their stunning color and fragrance, but many people don’t have the proper location for a climber. This is your opportunity to get all the benefits of a Honeysuckle without the climbing nature. The Arnold Red Honeysuckle is a dense-growing multi-stemmed shrub that grows to 12 feet in height with an equal spread. It’s easy to fit into your landscape almost anywhere, and is relatively carefree. When the rest of your yard is still struggling to emerge into spring, your Honeysuckle will be one of the first to leaf out with its uniquely blue-green, 2-inch long ovate foliage. An explosion of 1-inch blossoms make their appearance soon after. They are fragrant, dark red and tubular which is an irresistible combination to hummingbirds and butterflies. In the early fall your Honeysuckle will provide a feast of small red berries for your birds and other wildlife. The Arnold Red Honeysuckle is a fast grower so you won’t have long to wait to reap its benefits. It will also self-sow under the right conditions, so can be a great investment. For all the benefits of a Honeysuckle vine without the hassle of providing for a climber, the Arnold Red Honeysuckle is a perfect choice. * Fast-Growing* Beautiful flowers* Fall berries for wildlife* Carefree.
The Honeysuckle, Edmee Gold ™ PP15234, ‘Lonicera nitida ‘Briloni’, is noted primarily for its foliage, this low-growing groundcover has a golden yellow glow. The creamy white flowers appear in spring followed by bluish fruit in late summer. It will reach 3 feet tall and wide at maturity. This is a great plant for tricky slopes or to add color under trees or in a shady area. This plant will be partially evergreen in zones 7 and 8. The Edmee Gold will attract birds and is deer and rabbit resistant..