Single Pink SpreaderRosa Hybrids, Oso Easy ‘Fragrant Spreader’, Rosa Hybrids ‘Oso Easy™ ‘Fragrant Spreader’ PP#15,981, is a wonderful groundcover rose that remains very compact but spreads to 4′ wide! This Proven Winners Color Choice rose has a profusion of of fragrant, single pink flowers in late spring through late summer. Oso Easy™ ‘Fragrant Spreader’ foliage is deer resistant and remains clean without ever spraying! A great choice for mass plantings!Grow it with medium moisture, in slightly acidic, well-drained garden loams in full sun. Avoid overhead watering but water deeply and regularly (mornings are best). It is a great choice for mass plantings and is appropriate for groundcovers, border fronts, cottage gardens, foundations, rose gardens or banks. * Multiple uses* Compact* Blooms All Season.
Evergreen Vine with Exceptional Color and FragrancePeaches and Cream is a dwarf evergreen vine with exceptional color and fragrance. Plant one at the base of your mailbox where it can twist and turn to create a floral masterpiece. You could also place one on a trellis near your front door where you’ll be free to enjoy its fragrance all summer long.If you love Honeysuckle vines but never thought you could commit to the space requirements, then Peaches and Cream is for you. Peaches and Cream is a hybrid Honeysuckle vine developed for small spaces, but will create just as much beauty and awe as its larger relative.Your Peaches and Cream features dark green foliage with abundant, exotic blooms all summer long. The show begins in spring when pale yellow blooms emerge from red/lavender buds, creating an enchanting bi-color effect. The maturing blooms transition to a gentle peach color, thus the “peaches and cream” name.The flowers are extremely fragrant, the scent easily carried along on the gentlest of breezes. The color and fragrance will be strong lure to your wildlife. Butterflies, hummingbirds and other pollinators will certainly be regular visitors to your Peaches and Cream all summer long.Peaches and Cream grows to only 6 feet tall. It is Mildew resistant and can tolerate drought, heat and humidity. Once established, it’s incredibly easy to care for, and will bloom for you the first year.* Dwarf nature * Summer-long blooms * Intense fragrance * Hardy* Wildlife interest.
Easy to Grow & Keeps it’s Great Shape with little Pruning!The Fraser Fir, Abies fraseri, is a tall fir tree that has short dark-green needles with silver undersides. With its compact, pyramidal shape, and long lasting aroma, it has become one of the classier conifers!Because of this density and compactness, Fraser Fir is a great ornamental and Christmas tree. It will grow in most locations but must have good drainage. Fraser Fir is a medium-sized tree, 40 to 70 feet high and one to more than two feet in diameter.This dense evergreen tree has wood that is light, soft, not strong and coarse-grained. It has continued to edge out all other species by major retailers because of its endurance, marketability, and functionality. It is grown extensively for Christmas trees in North Carolina, where it is ranked as the number one Christmas tree by the Christmas tree industry!This tree is relatively low maintenance, and usually looks its best without pruning, although it can take some pruning. It does best in full sun to partial shade, prefers moist to wet soil, and has a strong preference for sandy, acidic soils. It thrives better when planted in a relatively sheltered location.The Fraser Fir has soft needles, incomparable needle retention, a long lasting aroma, and strong branches for even the heaviest ornaments!* Lasting aroma* Pyramidal shape* Popular Christmas tree .
Perfect for fruit salad! Fruit salad, the staple of brunches everywhere, has always had a dark side. You know what we’re talking about – it can take hours of cutting up fresh fruit into perfectly-sized chunks to make the salad look great, especially if you’re feeding a big group. Then, after all of that hard work you unwrap your masterpiece on the buffet table, only to see the apples have already started to brown! It’s the worst. Nothing makes a fresh-fruit salad look as unappetizing as browning apples in the mix. Now we have Snowsweet Apple Tree (Malus domestica ‘Snowsweet’ ) to the rescue! This relative new-comer on the orchard scene (developed in 2006 at the University of Minnesota) was developed to have snow-white flesh that stays crisp and resists oxidizing (turning brown) long after you slice it. No more waiting until you get to the party to slice up the apples at the last minute! It stores for a long time too – 2 months or more! The beautiful fruit is classic apple-red so it looks as appetizing as it tastes. The tree is as beautiful as the fruit it bears, too. It is very open but has a slight ‘droop’ that gives it a very romantic look in the home landscape. The sweet fruit ripens in September. This is a great northern apple tree where it survives hard winters without a problem. For best yields you’ll want to pick another early or mid-season variety like Empire or Red Delicious to plant with it as a pollinator. Don’t be embarrassed at the brunch buffet table again! Order brown-resistant Snowsweet Apples from us today! * Beautiful red fruit with bright white flesh * Easy care * Handles cold winters * Keeps for 2 months or more * Bred to resist browning after cutting.
Pure White and Fragrant Coneflower Fragrant Angel, Echinacea ‘Fragrant Angel’ (PP#16,054), is a newer heavenly coneflower with large pure white flowers. The layers of petals overlap, and remain flat and open, unlike many coneflowers, which have drooping petals.’Fragrant Angel’ is deliciously fragrant and long blooming through fall. The large yellow cones support seeds which attract birds throughout the winter.For best results, plant in full sun in a well drained area. Echinacea is known for its large flower heads that turn to seed in the fall.The blooms are a great choice for cut flowers, and it adds a wilderness look to your garden.Not only is it a prized perennial for many gardeners, but it is also said to be a potent medicine. Echinacea is said to increase immune function, reduce the effects of colds and flu, fight off viral, bacterial and fungal infections and purify the blood and flush waste from the lymphatic system.Divide clumps when they become overcrowded (about every 4 years). ‘Fragrant Angel’ usually reblooms without deadheading, but if spent flowers are removed, this procedure will encourage continued beautiful blooms and improves general appearance. This plant is deer resistant.Enjoy ‘Fragrant Angel’ with its beautiful white blooms. They will brighten up any sunny area!*Large White Flat Overlapping Petals with Yellow Cones*Fragrant Flowers Through Fall*Attracts Hummingbirds, Butterflies, and Birds.
A Perfect Pink Crabapple! Red Splendor Crabapple is a deciduous, ornamental tree. Use this marvelous crabapple as a specimen, windbreak, or wildlife cover. Your home will be pretty in pink when this adorable crabapple tree is in full bloom! The show begins with red buds in spring that blossom into delicate, pink flowers, virtually blanketing your tree in their captivating beauty. The sweet scent the flowers emit will be a further asset to your spring landscape. The red-tipped, dark-green leaves soon appear, a decorative accent to an already outstanding tree. The leaves become even more showy in the fall, when their lively coloring transforms to a deep burgundy hue for autumn. As if all this weren’t enough, your crabapple tree with show it’s true “red splendor” in September when it ½-inch “apples” set the tree ablaze in scarlet brilliance. You can use the crabapples for jelly or other culinary purposes, or leave them on the tree into winter for both their beauty and usefulness to your yard’s wildlife. Red Splendor Crabapple with grow to about 20 feet in height with an equal spread. It has a low canopy and a spreading crown which becomes pyramidal-rounded with age. It’s disease resistant and tolerant of deer, rabbits and pollution. Your Red Splendor Crabapple is certainly an outstanding tree as an ornamental choice for your home. It has something to offer for every season of the year. Quite simply, Red Splendor Crabapple is a low maintenance tree that gives a lot but asks for little in return. * Four-season interest * Fruit * Hardy * Wildlife interest.
The Daisy Cape Town Blue, ‘Felicia hybrid’, is a new Proven Winner introduction with a true blue daisy. The Cape Town Blue is a more compact and free flowering variety. Daisy’s require a sunny spot with fertile, well-drained soil and should be kept well watered in the summer. Daisy’s may be used as a cut flower and they are excellent in window boxes, pots, and rock gardens. The daisy is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds, plus they are resistant to deer. These daisys are winter hardy to USDA Zones 10-11 and they are grown as an annual in other cooler climatic zones. Deadhead spent flowers to encourage additional bloom. The deeply cut, dark green leaves are aromatic when bruised.For zones 9-11, this plant can also be a perennial.Pick your color….
Fast Grower with Hot Pink Summer FlowersThe Summer Glow Tamarisk, Tamarix ramosissima ‘Summer Glow’, (Formerly called T. pentandra ‘Summer Glow’), displays fuzzy, hot pink flower spikes which rise above the foliage from early to late summer above lacy silvery blue wispy foliage. It is a fast growing open shrub which may reach a height of 8-10 feet. Summer Glow Tamarisk is very tolerant of dry, alkaline, or salty soils and grows well in sun or shade.With its delicate silvery foliage and airy pink flowers all summer, Summer Glow Tamarisk can be an outstanding accent in your landscape!* Blooms All Season* Salt and Drought Tolerant* Vigorous Grower.
Petite Pink PowehouseConeflower Lilliput is a dwarf coneflower that is perfect for the front of the border or as a groundcover!Echinacea ‘Lilliput’ PPAF forms cute little mounds adorned with numerous deep rose-pink flowers. The foliage height is only 12 inches high, and the flowers top out at a mere 18 inches.The most compact coneflower variety yet, Echinacea ‘Lilliput’ demonstrates great vigor, bringing brilliant color to the smallest spaces!For best results, plant in full sun in a well drained area. The sturdy stems carry the blossoms from midsummer to fall. The coneflower is known for its large flower heads that turn to seed in the fall. It is a great choice for cut flowers, and it adds a wilderness look to your garden.’Lilliput’, usually reblooms without deadheading, but if spent flowers are removed, this procedure will encourage continued beautiful blooms and improves general appearance.This coneflower keeps coming all summer on tall plants with excellent branching; deer resistant.If you leave some spent blooms on the plants in fall their seeds provide winter food for birds. You can enjoy the dried seed heads as well, because they will provide architectural interest in the winter.’Lilliput’, will give you weeks of color and makes a dependable and lovely plant for a small space in a sunny spot! *Profusion of Large Brilliant Rose Pink Flowers*Dwarf 12″ High Plant*Blooms Summer Through Fall.
Salvia Velocity Blue, Salvia farinacea ‘Velocity™ Blue’, is an early bloomer that features large, dark blue flower spikes. ‘Velocity™ Blue’ is a great performer with strong stems, dense habit, and unusually large flowers.Velocity Salvia is a bushy, upright plant with intense dark blue flower. It makes an excellent plant for adding height to combination containers. It is the earliest flowering Salvia farinacea on the market.It has a compact habit, its water needs are low, and the heat tolerance is excellent. Salvia ‘Velocity Blue’ makes a great landscape plant for ground beds or mixed containers, especially when used with other bright red or yellow annuals.Salvia ‘Velocity Blue’ adds height to plantings and will also attract butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden!* Dark blue flowers* Great performer* Strong stems.
Late Summer Beautify With Showy BloomsMillenium Allium explodes in late summer with long-lasting, beautiful purple blooms. This hardy perennial is easy to care for, and will fill your garden with color. Planting several in your perennial bed will paint your landscape with pops of purple in the summer sun.As well as having amazing color while in bloom, the Millenium Allium has strappy foliage that is quite handsome. The unique clumps of thin, glossy green foliage will draw your eye in in the spring and fall.While in bloom, you will be treated to deep lavender flowers atop tall stems. The 1.5 inch round clusters of purple blooms will seem to hover over the foliage, like little fireworks exploding over long waiving blades of grass. Your Millenium Allium is a perfect for butterfly gardens, and also a good choice if you are looking for a deer resistant option. The flowers indoors to brighted up your home, as they are great in floral arangements, fresh and dried. *Long-Lasting Blooms*Handsome Foliage*Hardy and Deer Resistant.
The First Bright RED Flowered Hydrangea! Invincibelle Ruby Hydrangea (Invincibelle™ Ruby Hydrangea arborescens ‘NCHA3’ PPAF) is the first ever red flowered hydrangea – not some shade of pink, but an almost true burgundy red.The red blooms start out a deep burgundy in the summer and slowly fade to a bright red and silvery pink – a truly eye-catching color combo. The flowers just keep coming all summer and into fall, too. The massive blooms are held high on strong stems that are great for cutting. It only takes one of these huge flower blooms to fill a bowl on your table.Invincibelle Ruby has large deep green leaves that really give the flowers center stage. This is a garden showpiece for sure.Only growing 4 foot tall and 3 feet wide, Invincibelle Ruby looks great in mixed borders, foundation plantings and even in large containers. It’s a ‘must have’ in mass planting and for naturalizing a garden. Any real cutting garden is empty without one, too. (The dried flowers look great if left on the shrub all winter, but they are fantastic if dried and brought inside for the dreary winter months.)Your garden will be revived when you plant Invicibelle Ruby. Songbirds and butterflies love it and it will bring you months of ruby-red enjoyment. Order yours today.* True red flowers * Loved by songbirds and butterflies * Great for cutting and naturalizing * Proven Winners® selection.
You’ll fall in love with this self-pollinating sweet juicer! Not every love story has to end as sad as poor Romeo’s – especially when it’s the love story between Romeo Dwarf Cherry Tree (Prunus Romeo) and you!Romeo is a sweet/tart type of cherry, but not the kind that grows into a massive tree. It only grows 6 – 8 feet tall! It can fit into any garden space without any trouble. It looks like an ornamental shrub, so use it as such! Plant it in a border, bed or large container by the patio. It looks great along a fence or in your cutting garden. It even makes a great foundation shrub.Romeo is newly available to home gardeners in the US and is destined to win over the hearts of cherry lovers everywhere. The deep crimson fruit comes after the tree has bloomed out in a profusion of classic white cherry blossoms in late spring. Even though the shrub is small, the fruit is full-sized, glossy and has sugar levels that are off the charts for tart cherries. It is exceptionally cold-hardy, too so it thrives further north that other cherries of its type. The fruit has a high flesh-to-pit ratio which means more fruit per pound without as much weight from the fruit pits. (More juicy fruit for you!) Romeo is great to eat fresh out of hand, but try it for baking, canning, juicing and especially wine making!Romeo is easy to care for and easy to harvest. Plant it with sweet Juliet Dwarf Cherry Tree for a true match made in heaven in your garden this year!* Easy care * Great juicer* Sun lover* Fits into any landscape* True dwarf only gets 6-8 feet tall* Beautiful spring flowers.
Lighter and LighterPeony Shirley Temple, Paeonia lactiflora ‘Shirley Temple’, has lovely flowers and attractive foliage that adds charm to any garden. The blooms are a very light pink, or partially very light pink when they first emerge, then lighten to white as they mature. The Shirley Temple displays 4-6″ double flowers that appear in late spring or early summer and are held above lush green lobed foliage. Filling the garden with a delicious fragrance, this peony produces flowers that are long-lasting, have strong stems, and are ideal for fresh bouquets. This plant needs winter chilling to break dormancy and flower well. Peonies prefer rich soil, full sun and open areas. They are simple to grow and can be utilized in many ways, including mass plantings, specimens, or hedges.* Double Partially Pink Blooms* Blooms Lighten to White* Fragrant and Long LastingPowdery Mildew on your Peony Plants?Peony Care After Flowering.
New & Improved Lilac Blooms for 3 Seasons!Bloomerang Dark Purple Lilac, Syringa x ‘SMSJGP7’, is a deciduous shrub with outstanding, reblooming flowers. This variety of Lilac would be a terrific choice as a floral border along your property line, or as a colorful hedge to brighten that bare, exterior wall of your garage. These will even do well in containers for your patio.Just as the name implies, Bloomerang will give you a burst of spring color, then boomerang back to give you another blast of floral vibrancy from mid-summer through fall. While some Lilac varieties will provide only weeks of floral radiance, Bloomerang will keep going for months!The Bloomerang Dark Purple Lilac is a clear improvement over the original bloomerang variety, providing a much larger cluster of flowers for your home as well. As if the bright, repeating display weren’t enough, Bloomerang acts as an irresistible draw to butterflies, bees and hummingbirds with its rich fragrance. That same compelling aroma is sure to tempt you into cutting a few branches for your kitchen table, making this remarkable Lilac variety a beneficial plant for both inside your home and out.Bloomerang Dark Purple Lilac will grow 4-6 feet tall with an equal spread. It has a compact, mounded nature, and can be easily trimmed back after its spring bloom (if you prefer a more manicured shape). Bloomerang prefers normal to loamy soils and is a relatively low maintenance plant overall. Wildlife love Bloomerang, but deer tend to pass it by. Overall, it’s a strong grower that will produce well while requiring little from you in return.Bloomerang Dark Purple Lilac delivers a “blooming boomerang” of floral brilliance from spring through fall. With its high-performing features and versatile nature, it’s certainly an exceptional choice for your home this year!* Long lasting display* Colorful screen or hedge* Work well as a cut flower* Works well in containersDon’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early Spring.