This rose hits all the right notes This hard-to-find heirloom rose from England is an outstanding performer, much like its namesake. The Floribunda Rose ‘Judy Garland’ (Rosa sp. ‘HARking’) is a beautiful rose that blooms heavily.The flowers are colorful – bright yellow trimmed in blushes of orange/red. They are cupped, double, and have a nice light scent of classic rose mixed with fresh apple. The leaves are glossy ‘land of OZ’ green.Judy Garland is a stand-out in the garden. One is a showpiece. A bed of them is a showstopper. The combination of yellow and orange and red against the dark green leaves makes them instant eye-candy in your landscape. Plant Walker’s Low catmint around them and you’ll have the sharpest garden in the neighborhood.These are great cut flowers, reblooming all season long. The stems are long and strong. One plant will fill your vases over and over again.Besides being a beautiful and hard-working rose, Judy Garland has good healthy growth and above average disease resistance. She likes a little bit of shade in the hottest part of the afternoon. The flowers can burn a little in too much sun, which makes them blush darker.If you have an existing rose garden, you’ll definitely want to add this rose to your collection. If you’re new to rose gardening, Judy Garland will be a big hit for you. Nature Hills roses are healthy and top quality. Order yours today.* Heirloom rose* Beautiful and unique color* Healthy and disease resistant.
Hardy Shrub with Lovely Foliage and FlowersBronze Anniversary Abelia is a deciduous shrub with ornamental foliage and elegant flowers. It would make a terrific shrub border or do well as a foundation planting in your landscape. These would also make colorful container plantings for your front porch or patio.Your Bronze Anniversary Abelia is in the honeysuckle family, which its gracefully arching stems clearly demonstrate. It’s a lovely specimen, showcasing a variety of stellar attributes sure to bring you enjoyment from spring to fall. The foliage of your Bronze Anniversary will provide a medley of colors for your yard, beginning in spring with its bronze/orange cast that matures to a golden lime color. With the advent of autumn, your Abelia’s foliage gives a final blast of color with its darker, purplish hues. As if the colorful foliage wasn’t enough, you’ll marvel at the ¾-inch bell-shaped flowers that pop up along your Bronze Anniversary’s elegant stems. Each is a delicate pink-tinted white masterpiece.The flowers appear in clusters in the spring, continue sporadically right through summer and into fall. They are delightfully fragrant, another asset in this already impressive ornamental shrub.Bronze Anniversary Abelia will generally grow 4 feet high with an equal spread. It’s a hardy little shrub with no significant pest or disease issues. Even your deer will leave it alone. It’s quite simply a delightful shrub with a lot to offer.* Colorful foliage * Lovely flowers * Hardy.
Dogwood – Silver & Gold, Cornus sericea ‘Silver & Gold’, is a yellowtwig dogwood cultivar that is primarily grown for its bold variegated foliage and its yellow winter stems. This is a suckering shrub that typically grows to 5′ to 7’ tall by 6′ to 8’ wide. Its silvery green leaves are variegated with irregular creamy white margins. This Silver and Gold Dogwood has leaves that turn yellow in autumn. The stems turn bright yellow in winter and are particularly showy against a snowy backdrop. Tiny white flowers appear in flat-topped clusters in late spring, with sparse, intermittent, additional flowering sometimes continuing into summer. Flowers give way to clusters of whitish drupes in late summer. Its fruit is quite attractive to birds. Best grown in organically rich, medium to wet soils in full sun to part shade. Silver and Gold is tolerant of a wide range of soils, including swampy or boggy conditions. Excellent massed or as a specimen or effective in shrub borders where plants can be combined with evergreens or redtwig dogwoods..
The Pyracantha ‘Red Cushion, Pyracantha coccinea ‘Red Cushion’, is a standout shrub that is disease resistant and can be used as a groundcover. The branches grow both vertically and horizontally, giving them a natural, uncontrived appearance. The compact, tidy habit and tight branching make for the perfect plant for any garden. White flowers cover the foliage in spring and are followed by the orange-red fruit that persists into the fall; this shrub has something to offer all year round! It matures to 3-4 feet tall. Having small, glossy green leaves and a low spreading habit, this shrub prefers sun to part sun and moist, fertile, well drained soil..
Porcelain-White Blooms on Repeat-BloomerHome & Family is a hybrid tea rose with outstanding flowers. Add one to your rose garden for its unique features, or several by a walkway so guests can also enjoy its grace and beauty.Your Home & Family rose is sure to be a breathtaking vision in your yard. Imagine the contrast of pristine, porcelain-white blossoms against glossy leaves (that are so dark green they look almost black). These 35-petal count roses of creamy perfection are sure to become a favorite in your home with their stunning beauty and delicate, licorice fragrance. Home & Family perch on strong, low-thorned stems that are perfect as a bouquet of long-stemmed, white roses for your living room table. It’s a natural form of grace and elegance that can’t be beat! Home & Family Hybrid Tea Rose will grow to about 4 feet tall with a 5-foot spread. It has an upright form with recurrent blooming throughout the summer months. It’s considered a desease resistant variety and is reasonably easy to grow. For optimal performance, grow in a location with at least 6 hours of sun each day. The flowers will grow even larger in cool temperatures.A truly elegant, pure white rose, Home & Family is an inviting rose choice for your home, both inside and out.* Large, white roses * Re-bloomer * Long, strong stems * Slightly fragrant * Disease resistant * Wildlife interest.
Big Magnolia Blooms in a Little Magnolia PackageMagnolias are fantastic additions to your garden. When planted in a spot they like, they are very hardy and not fussy at all. The Susan Magnolia (Magnolia x ‘Susan’) is a sweet little magnolia that will provide years and years of pleasure. This little gem was developed in the late 50’s at the National Arboretum. She is one of the eight “Little Girl” magnolias introduced at the time. They don’t become large trees, like in the pictures you see of antebellum plantations. Instead they stay as lovely shrubs.‘Susan’ has sweetly scented flowers that are a soft purple-pink on the bottom and white inside the ‘cup’. The petals are slightly twisted which gives the whole shrub a sense of dynamic movement. In late spring the flowers smother the stems before the leaves emerge. Susan blooms later than other spring flowering shrubs, which helps it avoid frost damage to the flower buds. The flowers make great cuts for bouquets, too.A slow growing, bushy shrub, it reaches about 8 to 12 feet tall and wide at the most.Susan isn’t fussy about soil and does fine in semi-shade or full sun. She’ll make a beautiful statement in your foundation or border planting.* Unique, softly twisting petals * Bushy shrub * Drought and heat tolerant .
White Cups on Compact PlantBellflower White Clips, Campanula carpatica ‘White Clips’, has upward-facing, huge 3″ cup-shaped flowers that bloom in abundance over the mound of dark green foliage.Campanula ‘White Clips’ blooms from late spring to late summer, if deadheaded regularly, on 8″ compact rounded clumps of bright green foliage. It prefers moist, well drained soil but is adaptable if it has good drainage. Campanula grows best in fertile moist, well drained, soil with a neutral to alkaline pH. Lime can be added to the soil to obtain these conditions. This bellflower will grow in either full sun or partial shade, though some shade is recommended in areas with very hot summers. Hummingbirds and butterflies love this plant, but deer and rabbits don’t.’White Clips’ will enhance your landscape as edging, in decorative containers, trailing over a wall, or along the front of borders. Cutting the plants back hard after flowering will keep them more compact, and may also result in a second flush of blooms.*Proliferation of Huge White Flowers All Season*Compact Mounded Plant*Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds*Deer and Rabbit Resistant.
Ornamental Grass Great for Boarders and GroundcoverDwarf Mondo Grass is an ornamental grass with a summer bloom. It would make a wonderful groundcover or a border in your perennial bed.Your Dwarf Mondo Grass is a grass similar to lawn grass, with a dark green color. As it grows it abandons its erect stance and adopts a rather elegant manner, slightly bowing for a gentle, soft appearance. In the summer tiny blue flowers form, resembling little balls, adding a bit of additional decorative appeal.Dwarf Mondo Grass is a low growing grass that grows to about 4 inches, so if you use it as a lawn substitute keeping it short won’t be a problem, and you won’t spend all your weekends mowing it. It’s drought resistant, so no need to water. Even pests seem to avoid it, eliminating the need for costly pesticides.It also develops a thick mat of roots so planting it against foundations can aid in dealing with water run-off. Two of the enemies of grasses, deer and bunnies, tend to leave it alone, and it can even handle heavy traffic so using it around paving stones would be no problem at all.Dwarf Mondo Grass is durable, hardy grass with ornamental appeal. Try some today to begin enjoying its stellar qualities.* Ornamental* Durable* Deer resistant .
Fast Growing RebloomerClematis Fireworks explodes into color with beautiful 8″ bluish purple flowers with glowing cerise central bars. The petals have a slight twist to them and are slightly recurved at the tips. There are a profusion of white spikes in the center of each flower.This Clematis Fireworks will rebloom again in late summer with smaller 6″ flowers.An outstanding variety with a vigorous growth habit, this clematis is best grown in a protected area to prevent wind damage to the very large flowers. ‘Fireworks’ was Awarded Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Merit.Clematis Fireworks needs a supporting structure to grow properly but will also grow over large shrubs, over walls, cover stumps, and make perfect cover ups for unsightly service areas.Clematis is easy to grow in a rich, porous, alkaline soil with plenty of room for the roots to spread. Best performance for the Clematis Fireworks is when the tops are in full sunlight and the roots are shaded, so apply generous mulch or a shallow-rooted ground cover near the base of the vine.Groom this plant after first flowering by cutting back the top one-third to one-half of some stems. Clematis Fireworks is a very reliable performer once established; it takes a season or two to get going!* Large 8″ Two Toned Flowers* Rebloomer* Vigorous Climber .
Huge Brilliant Orange BloomsDaylily Spellbinder, Hemerocallis ‘Spellbinder’ is certainly one of the most striking daylilies we have seen! As the name implies, these immense 6.5″ flowers will cast a spell on you as you stare at the radiant golden-orange flowers. The color is very intense and will surely get the attention of anyone passing by this daylily!What makes ‘Spellbinder’ even better is the very long bloom season! In Michigan, it is one of the first to bloom in early June and it continues to rebloom throughout the summer.’Spellbinder’ also has dark green, pest resistant foliage. Daylilies will grow in almost any soil and prefer full sun. Use for mass plantings, edging, in borders or in mixed containers and tubs. Planted together in large numbers, they quickly crowd out weeds and make a carefree and colorful ground cover.Daylilies can survive many harsh conditions that other plants cannot. This includes polluted city environments, slopes, poor and dry soils, near pavement that is salted in winter, and under Black Walnut trees (not affected by juglone).It is heavily budded, shows off its warm peach color, and will rebloom later in the season to give you a repeat performance! ‘Spellbinder’ is a daylily every garden should have!* Large 6.5″ Intensely Orange Blooms* Blooms Early and All Summer* Dark Green Pest Resistant Foliage.
Add Texture & Movement with this Compact Ornamental GrassThe Grass, ‘Dwarf Fountain Grass’, Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Hameln’, is a great grass for a specimen or in mass plantings.The leaves are narrow and arch. The seed-heads resemble bottle brushes which are a rose copper bristly head. It truly gives a fountain like appearance. The mature flowers last until winter freezes shatter the seed heads! It is only 2′ tall.Ornamental Grasses are gaining in popularity all over the U.S. due to their undemanding nature and long lasting, year round beauty. There is nothing that adds such interesting forms, textures and movement to a garden, than with this diverse plant group.They can be planted along banks of ponds, incorporated into perennial gardens, grouped together, utilized as a ground cover along walkways, paths or on steep banks.They aren’t fussy about soil requirements, are drought tolerant as well as insect and disease resistant. Dwarf Fountain prefers full sun and well drained-soils. If planted in partial shade, little or no flowering will occur.* Rose-Copper Colored Seed Heads* Compact 2′ Tall Plant* Fountain Shape* Easy to Grow* Drought Tolerant .
Low-Growing Coralberry Fills A Real Need in the Right SpotSome shrubs work really hard in your garden. The Hancock Coralberry, Symphoricarpos x chenaultii ‘Hancock’, is one of them. It’s unique shape provides lovely cover you’ll appreciate from your lawn chair. This plant displays dark green leaves (to 3/4″ long). Hancock Coralberry is easily grown in average, medium wet, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. It will tolerates wide range of soils. This dwarf hybrid coralberry cultivar is a low-growing, spreading, deciduous shrub which typically grows 2-3 feet tall. Tidy, arching stems do not root where they touch the ground. The bell-shaped, pink flowers appear in summer along the stems in clusters and in spikes at the stem ends. The flowers give way to clusters of pink/coral berries which mature in autumn. Berries persist into winter providing excellent color and interest. The berry-laden winter stems may be cut for indoor floral arrangements.* Easy Care* Winter Interest* Cut flowers.
Attractive Vine Grows AnywhereThe Thorndale English Ivy, Hedera helix ‘Thorndale’, has dark green foliage. Like English Ivy, is cold hardy, and the leaves are larger than English Ivy.It is a vigorous, evergreen, self-clinging or trailing vine with 3 to 5 lobed, glossy leaves with prominent veins. This ivy likes well-drained soil and makes a beautiful ground cover when established. It it should never be allowed to grow up the trunks of trees. Thorndale English Ivy will attach it suckers and grow up brick walls. It also can be used in hanging baskets or as a houseplant. It is very hardy and trouble-free. Major pruning should be done in early spring.*Evergreen 5 Lobed Dark Green Glossy Leaves*Vigourous Growth and Cold Hardy*Can Be Used as a Houseplant.
Coral Bells Pinot Gris, Heuchera ‘Pinot Gris’, looks especially good around the edge of borders, near variegated plants, woodland edges, rock gardens, perennial borders, or in mass to form an attractive ground cover.Excellent in partly shaded borders, under trees, and even mixed into ornamental containers on shady patios.Coral Bells is susceptible to rot, so good drainage is essential while roots establish themselves.Taller shoots of white colored flowers appear on this variety in late spring. Coral Bells are grown more for their foliage color but the small blooms that they contain will attract hummingbirds.Like most Coral Bells, it thrives in partial sunlight but once established it will also grow in shade.Pinot Gris can be used to create awesome autumn-themed arrangements.* Deer resistant* Rabbit resistant* Easy to grow.
Exquisite Lilac FragranceDid you know that lilacs have been cultivated in gardens around the world since 1563? Any plant that has stood the test of time like that deserves to be in your garden, wouldn’t you say? Monge Lilac (Monge Lilac, Syringa vulgaris ‘Monge’) is a beautiful version of this beloved plant and one you should definitely try.The deep, grape-wine color and the HUGE panicles of flowers are standouts in any garden, but especially in a lilac-lovers garden. The scent – true lilac – sits intoxicatingly heavy over the garden as long as the flowers are in bloom, an unparalleled pleasure.Not to be outdone by the flowers, the deep green leaves turn a beautiful purple color in the fall before they drop. This plant gives three seasons of beauty!Easy to grow, it even tolerates light shade. It grows thick and tall and makes a great specimen plant and an even better border or hedge. Little can compare to a hedge of Monge in full bloom!Let Monge Lilac take center stage in your garden this year. You’ll have hundreds of years of garden lovers behind you! Order yours today!* Deep colored flowers – not the pastels you know * Fall color * True Lilac scent.