Small Versatile EvergreenGreen Gem Boxwood is a broadleaf evergreen noted for its globular shape and excellent winter hardiness. These make an exceptional shrub border, especially with selective pruning. Its globular appearance also would make it wonderful in a mixed border or at the edge of your perennial bed for some definition. Green Gems even do well in containers.Your Green Gem Boxwood features oval, dark green leaves with an attractive, glossy finish that holds its color well during the winter months. With very little pruning, this adorable little evergreen will hold the shape of a 2-foot round ball. It’s the perfect accompaniment to many of your plantings and a vibrant addition to your landscape wherever you place it.Green Gem Boxwood is noted for requiring little pruning. It grows to about 2 feet at maturity, maintains good green winter color, and is well suited for low formal hedges. Green Gem is best suited in a sheltered location which protects it in winter from strong winds and full sun, but is quite hardy, even tolerating some drought. It has no serious disease or pest problems, including that both deer and rabbits tend to leave it alone.If you’re looking for a tiny evergreen that welcomes your attention but doesn’t demand it, then Green Gem Evergreen is for you. It’s hard to find a diminutive evergreen so adaptive and carefree!* Versatile evergreen* Winter hardy.
The Snowgoose Mock Orange, Philadelphus x ‘Snowgoose’, is a smaller, upright growing selection from Canada.Snowgoose Mock Orange is a fountain-like, deciduous shrub with fragrant, white, late spring or early summer flowers that cover the plant by June.The foliage is dark green. An old fashioned favorite, ‘Snowgoose’ is at home in the shrub border. Give it ample room for its arching branches.Remove oldest branches (back to ground) right after plant has finished flowering. Cut out the old wood and any suckering found at the base. It is a reliable and absolutely maintenance-free shrub.The Mock Orange has a very memorable scent. Just like the famous lilac, once you smell it, you will not forget it!It is soil adaptable, hardy, and does best in full sun.Fragrant, Fragrant, Fragrant!.
Royal Purple and SilverClematis ‘The President’ is a very popular cultivar with rich, purple-blue flowers; a very striking color!The large 7″ flowers have a somewhat cupped shape with silvery undersides and striking dark red anthers. It reblooms in late summer to early fall.Clematis ‘The President’ needs a supporting structure to grow properly and it is easy to grow with a rich, porous, alkaline soil that has plenty of room for the roots to spread. Best performance for the Clematis ‘The President’ is when the tops are in full sunlight and the roots are shaded, but will thrive and bloom in shade. Apply generous mulch or a shallow-rooted ground cover near the base of the vine. Very reliable performers once established; they take a season or two.Plant this hardy, compact and free-flowering clematis for a burst of color in early fall; especially noticed while other plants begin to lose their luster! * Huge 7″ Purple-Blue Flowers with Silvery Underside* Rebloomer* Compact GrowerPruning & Training Clematis.
Ornamental Tree with Spectacular Spring FlowersThe Star Magnolia is a deciduous tree with a spectacular spring display. One would look beautiful near a patio or entrance, and they are also eye-catching in naturalized areas.Your Star Magnolia will be one of the first trees to bloom in the spring, and what a bloom it is!In early spring, your Magnolia will burst into pristine, white color with pale pink highlights. The fragrant, 4-inch flowers have multiple petals. Each petal is elongated in appearance presenting an overall exotic, somewhat fluffy-looking affect. The star-like blossoms cover the branches before the foliage has even had time to erupt, contributing to the spectacular display.Star Magnolia trees have a spreading nature with the crown displaying a pleasant, rounded appearance. The narrow, oblong leaves are dark green and fill your tree out nicely for a dense, dynamic appearance. Those same leaves will turn a yellow hue in autumn for some winter definition. The fall also brings red seeds that are a banquet for your wildlife.Your Star Magnolia is one of the smallest Magnolia trees available, so even if you don’t have much space, it will feel right at home in your landscape. It doesn’t require any special care and is resistant to the Magnolia Scale that is often a problem with other varieties of Magnolia trees.If you’re looking for a tree that is sure to provide beauty and elegance for many years, the Star Magnolia an outstanding choice for your home.*Spring Flowers*Fall Color*Wildlife Appeal.
Same Poppy, but Twice the BeautyEveryone loves poppies! Rich in history, the poppy has long enjoyed a special place in people’s lives. Once heralded for its medicinal properties and its symbolism, the poppy is now most often prized for grace and beauty. The only downside of the poppy in fact, is its short bloom period. However with Harlem Oriental Poppy, that is no longer a concern! With Harlem Oriental Poppy you will not only enjoy an early summer bloom, but have a repeat performance again in late summer. Not only will you have a longer bloom period, but the foliage tends to be more durable as well, with a rich, green shade that is the perfect backdrop for the brilliant blossoms. Of course the flowers are outstanding, featuring upturned petals with delicate ruffles and a burgundy/rose shade that you won’t want to miss. Your Harlem Oriental Poppy will grow up to 3 feet in height with a 2 foot spread. It can tolerate poor soils, but does best in moist, well-drained conditions. Poppies aren’t known for being good as cut flowers, but you can increase their vase life by clipping them while in bud, and sealing the stem with a lighter before immersing them in water. Plant Harlem Oriental Poppy anywhere you’d like a repeated show of color and dainty texture. They look wonderful in borders, scattered in a perennial bed or sprinkled across a hilly slope. Anywhere they reside is an ornamental boon. The only problem with poppies is that there aren’t enough of them! These beauties of nature are remarkable, but just don’t last long enough. With Harlem Oriental Poppy you can have poppies not only in early summer, but late summer as well. Plant a Harlem Poppy and enjoy its brilliant display far longer than the other varieties on the market today. * Burgundy flowers* Repeat bloomer* Adaptive to a variety of soils* Deer and rabbit resistant.
The Autumn Blaze Ash, Fraxinus americana ‘Autumn Blaze’, is a COPF introduction by Morden Research Station in Manitoba, Canada. This is the first white ash adapted for the prairie region of Canada and the Dakotas.It has a nice purple fall color, a light seed crop, and good oval form. The original tree is in Roseau, MN. This ash is rarely or never fed on by Japanese beetles!Autumn Blaze is a tall, deciduous tree. As a young tree, it tends to be upright oval in habit, later it develops an open and rounded crown. It is a medium fast growing tree that has ash-gray bark with diamond shaped furrows.The foliage is dark green above, paler on leaf underside. The fruit is not especially ornamental. Autumn Blaze thrives in full sun, on moist well drained soil and needs to be pruned in the fall.When healthy and vigorous, this makes a beautiful specimen tree. Enjoy the fall show of this Autumn Blaze Ash because it holds its amazing fall color longer than almost any other tree!* Purple fall color* Japanese beetle resistant* Fast growing.
The garden focal point you’ve been waiting for! For the last few years vertical-growing upright shrubs have been enjoying their day in the sun. Shrubs with surnames like ‘rocket’ and ‘pillar’ are always striking and definitely add a certain punctuation to the home garden. But they often come in browns, rusts and burgundies and can get lost against a brick wall or a stained fence. Not anymore!Golden Torch Barberry refuses to fade into the background. This lime green vertical beauty starts out tinted bright orange in the spring, transitioning to chartreuse/lime green for the summer and blushing with hot red tips come fall. It never needs pruning – ever!Golden Torch Barberry (Berberis thunbergii ‘Golden Torch’) is one of those plants that draws attention wherever you put it, so plant it where you can enjoy it. It is smashing in large containers by a door or around a porch, perfect flanking a garden gate or lined up in a row along a walk or patio.For a real visual statement, try it paired with some of its burgundy brethren, like Sunjoy® Tangelo or Orange Rocket.Whatever you do, though, don’t let another summer go by without this great statement shrub in your garden! Order yours today!* Chartreuse green leaves * Doesn’t burn in the sun * No pruning needed * Unmatched summer color statement.
Metallic Bronze Red LeavesThe Coral Bell Hollywood, ‘Heuchera ‘Hollywood’, PPAF, has white veiled foliage with lightly ruffled metallic leaves.In the springtime, dense coral flowers appear that last into the summer, being a strong re-bloomer. However, Coral Bells are not known for their flowers, but their foliage.‘Hollywood’ has a plant spread of 18” and a height of 8”. It is best to grow ‘Hollywood’ in medium wet, well-drained soils, in full shade. (It can tolerate some morning sun.)‘Hollywood’ 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.Great for a beginner gardener because it is easy to grow!Coral Bells adds flavor to any perennial garden. Plant it in containers or just about anywhere. It attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.*Metallic Bronze Red Foliage*Full or Part Shade*Rebloomer.
Award-winning, bar-setting yellow climber The Climbing Rose Golden Showers set the bar for climbing yellow roses by winning the top seal-of-approval award from the AARS way back in 1957, and it still holds the bar high for all the others that have followed.A strong climber, it grows to 12 feet without looking back. Make sure you plant it where it can go big – a garden wall, a picket fence, an entryway. Then get ready for the blooms! Golden Showers really lives up to its name. Huge 4 to 5 inch sunny yellow, ruffled flowers that smell of licorice cover the plant from spring until frost.Golden Showers performs well in all the climates and conditions that other roses thrive in, but it really excels in cooler temperatures. Those temps bring out the best in this famous climber by giving you bigger, more colorful blooms and a longer bloom time.Golden Showers blooms on both old and new wood. So prune it or don’t prune it – you will still get a bonanza of roses every year.Do you want a display that will stop traffic on your street? Then plant one Golden Showers Climbing Rose and one Clematis Jackmanii side by side. Let them intermingle as they grow and you will have a veritable wall of show-stopping color.Make sure to try this time-tested and approved rose in your garden this year. You won’t be disappointed! Order now!* Award-winning climber and bloomer * Fragrant licorice-like scent * Disease resistant .
Large Ornamental Shrub with Fragrant Spring FlowersPagoda Dogwood, ‘Cornus alternifolia’, is a large ornamental shrub, or small tree. It is known for having irregular tiers of branches forming a somewhat horizontal plant. Pagoda Dogwood reaches a maximum height of around 25 feet. Pale yellow flowers appear in May and are followed by blue-black fruit. The fragrant flowering that occurs in late May and early June and are considered moderately showy. Pagoda Dogwood prefers cool, moist, acidic soils and partial shade is ideal, but full sun is acceptable if the site is not hot and dry. It does perform best in colder climates. The older bark is gray brown and lightly ridged and furrowed with the younger bark being smooth and reddish brown. The fruit stalks remain and turn a pleasing coral red color in late winter. This shrub is disease resistant and has a fibrous, spreading root system. * 4 season interest* Thrives in cold weather* Fragrant spring flowers* Summer fruit* Coral red color in winter.
Beefmaster Tomato Plant with Huge YieldsThe Tomato Big Beef, ‘Lycopersicon lycopersicum’, is a beefmaster type with twice the yields. Coupled with old-fashioned, rich flavor Big Beef features colossal fruit size and yield, uniformity and a full spectrum of disease resistance. The fruits are globe-shaped and smooth, weighing 8 oz. to 1 pound. It is a indeterminate variety to try in virtually any climate because they adapt easily to different environments. It is excellent for slicing or in salads. This is close to the perfect tomato plant.Tomatoes should be planted outside after the last average frost date. In warm winter/hot summer areas, tomatoes can be planted in early fall for winter harvest. Tomatoes prefer well drained soil that is high in organic matter. Tomatoes need at least 1 inch of water a week. Soak to depth of 6 to 10 inches when watering. They need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day.* Huge tomatoes* Disease resistant* Easy to grow .
Brilliant Tri-Color Blooms for Months Fourth of July Butterfly Bush, Buddleia davidii ‘Grefoj’, also known as Tri-Colored Butterfly Bush, is a fast growing ornamental shrub with particular appeal to pollinators and a repeating, tri-color bloom. Plant one for a one-of-a-kind focal point in your front yard, or use a few along your garage for the most amazing hedge your neighbors will ever see. Just like a firecracker, Fourth of July Butterfly Bush will explode with color in your landscape every year! The dazzling display of not just one, but three colors, will be a head-turning sight friends and neighbors are sure to notice. Long spikes of clustered blossoms will reach above your Fourth of July in mid-summer and repeat their stunning bloom of white, pink and purple flowers well into autumn. The brilliant color and enticing fragrance are an irresistible lure to hummingbirds, bees…and especially butterflies. In fact, your Tri-Colored Butterfly Bush may be so covered in butterflies, that at times you’ll wonder where the bush ends and the butterflies begin! Fourth of July Butterfly Bush will grow up to 8 feet in height with a 7 foot spread. It has an upright form, is easy to grow and requires minimal maintenance. If you prefer a clean winter landscape, your Fourth of July can even be cut back to the ground with no problem. Fourth of July Butterfly Bush is a fast and vigorous growing shrub, sure to bring its grace and beauty to your yard in no time at all. For butterflies, beauty and more…plant a Fourth of July Butterfly Bush today! * Brilliant flowers * Repeat bloom * Drought tolerant * Fast growing * Terrific as cut flower * Deer and rabbit resistant.
A Great Plum Tree for Beginners!The Methley Plum Tree, Prunus salicina ‘Methley’, is a fast growing tree that produces an abundant harvest of sweet, juicy fruit each year. Plant one in full to partial sun where its showy, spring display and abundant harvest won’t be overlooked.Methley Plum Tree will brighten up your spring yard with a flurry of stunning, snowy white blooms. Sweetly-scented, and delicate as a feather, the fragrant blossoms will drift through your yard on the gentlest of spring breezesBy mid-July your Methley Plum Tree will be weighed down with medium to large fruit. The beauty of the deep reddish-purple skin is only surpassed by the gorgeous deep crimson color of the flesh. Methley plums are soft, sweet and very juicy. You’ll find them excellent for eating fresh or used in pies, jellies, jams, and preservesThe Methley Plum is known for being a very heavy producer. Its yearly fruit is so abundant that you will need to harvest it multiple times each year. One of the best features of Methley is that, even though often laden down with fruit, it has very strong limbs so you won’t have to worry about propping it up or thinning it out like you do with some other high-producing trees. Methley Plum Trees will grow up to 20 feet in height with an equal spread. It has a medium growth rate and can adapt to a variety of soils. A self-fertile tree, Methley does not require another plum tree to produce fruit. Because only one tree is needed for large fruit harvests, it is perfect even for a smaller yard.If you’re looking for a plum tree that even a beginning gardener can be successful with, then Methley is for you. Its simplicity of care and hardy nature is often overlooked in light of its superior fruit qualities. However, Methley is a plum tree that truly has it all. * Delicious fruit * Self pollinating * Heavy bearer * Spring flowers * Strong limbs * Heat tolerant * Disease resistant * Adapts to a variety of soils.
Shade Loving with Yellow Fall FlowersCommon Witch-Hazel is a deciduous shrub or small, shade-loving tree. Plant these as a screen or shrub border along a property line, or use a few in a woodland garden. Common Witch Hazel is a versatile plant that would be an interesting addition to many places in your yard.Your Common Witch Hazel is extraordinary in its flowering habits. Each flower has four slender, strap-like yellow or orange petals. The flowers appear in late October to early December, with blooms from the current season and maturing fruit from the previous season, all growing on the same stem at the same time.After a winter moth pollinates your Common Witch Hazel, the fruit becomes dormant until it develops over the following growing season. Your Common Witch Hazel is particularly prized by many because, unlike most plants, it presents a cheery picture in the drab winter landscape. In fact, many times its slender yellow petals are the only sign of color in the dormant woods.Common Witch Hazel is a rather hardy plant, and won’t require a great deal of care. Its early growth is slow but steady, and it enjoys being in a shady location for optimal performance. * Fruit and Flowers on Same Stem* Yellow Flowers in Autumn* Shade Loving* Hardy* Wildlife interest.
Shrub with Astonishing Flowers and FragranceCharles Joly Lilac is a deciduous shrub with enchanting, scented flowers. With its lovely spring accent, it would make a wonderful screen or border specimen for your yard.There are few things more majestic or memorable in the spring landscape than a blooming lilac. Its astonishingly beautiful flowers and breathtaking sweet scent are unlike any other plant you’ll ever own. Lilacs have an aroma many associate with feelings of “home”, and the flowers will be right at home inside your house as well where the cut flowers will fill your house with that same magical scent.Your Charles Joly Lilac is a French Hybrid lilac that is considered the best in its color class! Its shiny purple buds open into double, magenta flowers. The effect of the spring bloom is stunning, showing off the vivid coloration of its deep, wine-red flowers. This strong, long-lasting shrub has an upright shape and is easily grown in average, medium moist, well-drained soil. It will grow to 12 feet in height with a 10 foot spread, and has a hardy nature and pleasant countenance. Charles Joly Lilac tolerates light shade, but its best bloom is in full sun. Charles Joly is both disease and deer resistant so you’ll be saved the time and trouble of dealing with costly measures to keep it safe from harm.Butterflies, bees and hummingbirds love it, and you will too. Demand for this lilac is extremely high! Order yours now!* Beautiful flowers * Fragrant * Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds * Deer resistant Don’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early SpringPruning Spring Flowering Shrubs in Southern Regions.