Wealthy Apple Tree

Wealthy Apple Tree
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Very Juicy Apple – Great for Yards & Home GardensThe Wealthy Apple, Malus ‘Wealthy’, is a very juicy apple, with a tart and sweet strawberry-like flavor. It was one of the first high quality apple varieties grown commercially.  It is now often grown by backyard orchardists.The Wealthy Apple is known for its intense pink & white spring time blooms. The long bloom period makes the Wealthy Apple tree a great pollinator of other apple trees.This is a multi-purpose apple, but it is especially good for cooking, such as pies, sauces and juices. Wealthy often bears fruit the first year and keeps well. Its fruit tends to drop at maturity.The apples mature earlier than other varieties, usually starting in September. It is very cold hardy & has a good resistance to apple scab, fire blight and apple cedar. People often rate the Wealthy Apple as their favorite.  Plant them in your yard and you’ll soon discover why!* Very juicy* Heavy  blooming* Great pollinator .

Princess Kay Plum

Princess Kay Plum
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A Puffy Cloud of Fragrant Spring FlowersPrincess Kay Plum is a small, ornamental tree. Plant one in a prominent spot in your yard where you’re sure to enjoy its spring display.Your Princess Kay Plum was discovered in the wilds of northern Minnesota. It’s a small tree, but packs a large amount of appeal into its little frame.Even before the foliage appears in the spring, a profusion of double flowers, white and fluffy, appear amid the branches. They’re a sharp contrast against the black/brown bark of the trunk and branches that also feature large white lenticels (for an added and unique decorative appeal).As the flowers age, they take on a slight, pinkish hue providing a second wave of color. The blooms are also fragrant, a delightful treat as you take a spring walk through your yard and a lure to pollinators for your landscape.The foliage of your Princess Kay Plum is a medium green but sometimes develops a reddish-purple cast by fall to enhance your autumn lawn.Princess Kay Plum will grow to 15 feet in height with an equal spread. It has an upright form with an open, informal branching habit.Princess Kay is adaptable to a range of soil conditions, but you’ll want to choose a sunny spot for optimal performance. It tends to bloom when very young, so you won’t have to wait long for results.For an ornamental tree that doesn’t take much room or require a lot of care, Princess Kay Plum provides a lot of value. Why not grow your own white puffy cloud of fragrant flowers today! * Early spring blooms * Small ornamental tree * No messy fruit * Fragrant.

Southern Red Oak

Southern Red Oak
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The Southern Red Oak tree, Quercus falcata, is characterized by its rough bark. The Southern red oak is also referred to as Spanish oak. Southern Red Oak trees are a medium-sized tree with a short trunk and large branches supporting a rounded crown. The bark is dark gray in color, furrowed, and is marked by rough ridges and plates. It is a tree of the Old South, ranging from Maryland to Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas.The acorns are usually produced singly, and biennially. They are 1/2 to 3/4 inch long, roughly spherical and orange-brown. Songbirds, turkey, a variety of small mammals and deer eat the nuts.The Southern Oak tree is deciduous and is a good shade tree adapted to drier sites. The wood of the Southern Red Oak is strong and coarse-grained..

Snowdrop Easy Bloom Pad

Snowdrop Easy Bloom Pad
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The earliest bulbs to bloom in your garden! Snowdrops (Galanthus Nivalis) are not only the first bulbs to bloom in your spring garden, now they are the easiest to plant in your fall garden! Before you even dare to think the word “spring”, these beauties open up their snow-white winged blooms. Now that they come in Bloom Pads, you can plant a garden full of these little beauties in no time!New Bloom Pads make it so simple. When it’s time to plant bulbs in the fall you just dig a hole about 6” deep, making sure it is wide enough to put the Bloom Pad into it. Cover with dirt and give it some water. Now comes the hardest part – waiting until spring!The top-grade Snowdrop bulbs for sale are professionally placed in the biodegradable Bloom Pad (8 bulbs per pad) to make sure that they are perfectly spaced. This provides the best growth. You can plant a ton more in a lot less time than planting individual bulbs. Imagine your dream garden – in a fraction of the time!The top reasons you’ll love Snowdrop Bloom Pad:*Beautiful nodding snow-white blooms*Super easy to plant*You can fill a whole container with only one Bloom Pad*Plant double the bulbs in half the time*Save your back, save your attitudePlant your dream garden now with Bloom Pads – it’s a cinch! .

Fluffy™ Western Arborvitae

Fluffy™ Western Arborvitae
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It’s so fluffy you want to pet it!  Thuja’s are easy shrubs that add height and texture to any garden. They are usually grown for their ability to quickly screen an area or fill up an empty space. They are very quick growers. Thuja ‘Fluffy’ is no exception. What ‘Fluffy’ brings to the table that is different than other thuja’s is – just like its name says – fluffiness! Fluffy’s foliage is so feather-like that you just want to give it a big hug or pet it or brush it. (You can go ahead and name it like you would a new pet, if you want. We won’t tell anybody!) The bright yellow-green foliage lends such great texture to the evergreen border that we can see this being the new go-to foundation plant. ‘Fluffy’ is very hardy and burn resistant even though it has such bright, soft needles. It doesn’t lose its color in the winter months, standing up to even blankets of snow. ‘Fluffy’ works really well with dark leaved companions like smoke trees and Chinese fringe flowers. It also is a great foil for darker green evergreens and fir trees. Honestly, you can use ‘Fluffy’ just about anywhere and be happy with the results! You will want to add this really pretty plant to your landscape at some point, so why not now? Order today! * Fluffy yellow/green foliage * Full sun * Great pyramidal form * Easy care * Only grows to 5’-10’ tall * Perfect for smaller gardens and borders.

Spring Green Compact Cranberrybush Viburnum

Spring Green Compact Cranberrybush Viburnum
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Orange Berries All WinterThe Spring Green Compact Cranberrybush Viburnum, Viburnum trilobum ‘Spring Green’, has an outstanding 5′-6′ compact shape that can be easily maintained to 4 feet and it will spread to 3′-4′.Spring Green’s foliage emerges reddish and ages to a glossy dark green.  The white flowers are very attractive, and somewhat fragrant. They will produce orange berries which persists into winter. Birds and wildlife will feed on them all winter. The green tri lobed leaves will change to a stunning red in autumn.’Spring Green’ does best in moist, well-drained, loamy soils, but will tolerate less than ideal conditions and heavier clay soils. Careful pruning allows this shrub to maintain its natural shape while encouraging the development of new wood.It does not tolerate prolonged drought or dense shade.  It makes an excellent low hedge, accent plant, barrier, garden backdrop, or specimen plant.  There is always space for a Spring Green viburnum in any landscape, and it will look terrific in yours as well.* Fragrant White Flowers in Spring* Red Foliage in Autumn* Orange Berries Attract Birds.

Southern Comfort Coral Bells

Southern Comfort Coral Bells
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Orange Foliage Fades to YellowCoral Bells Southern Comfort, Heuchera ‘Southern Comfort’, has orange foliage that has dark veins. The leaves emerge pumpkin orange and fade to a yellow -peachy-orange as the season progresses. It grows into a tidy 14′-22′ mound with 12″-14″ spread.It will grow in partial shade, but does well in full shade. Stalks with tiny white bell shaped flowers emerge in summer and continue through frost.It 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.* Orange Foliage Fades to Yellow Peachy Orange* Thrives in full shade* White Flowers Summer Through FrostKeep Your Coral Bells Looking Good.

Hollywood Coral Bells

Hollywood Coral Bells
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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.

Nanking Cherry

Nanking Cherry
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Sweet Spring Blooms and Tart Summer Fruit!Nanking Cherry, Prunus tomentosa, has showy white flowers with a pink blush which covers the plant in early spring.  This is followed by tasty, edible, bright red fruit, great for jams and jelly. These 1/2″ bright red fruit, which ripen in early July, are edible but a little tart for fresh eating.Nanking Cherry is a large wide spreading shrub and can be pruned as a small tree. It grows 8-10 feet in height and 10-15 feet wide.It is a great conservation plant with attractive soft green foliage. The plant works well as a mass planting or informal hedge.Nanking Cherry is native to northern China and is very cold hardy. It requires a good, well-drained soil. Nanking Cherry is fairly drought tolerant and does best in full sun. It needs cross pollination to produce fruit, so purchase 2 Nanking’s to be sure of pollination.* Profusion of White Flowers in Spring* Abundant 1/2″ Brilliant Red Fruit* Wide Shrub or Small Tree.

White Meidiland® Rose

White Meidiland® Rose
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The White Meidiland® Rose, Rosa ‘MEIcoublan’, is a hardy groundcover type rose with large 4″, double, white flowers that are produced all season long.Glossy dark foliage covers branch stems and keeps this plant looking full all season long.It does well on slopes and banks and is also disease and insect resistant. The White Meidiland rose may die back in winter, but will grow and flower from new canes.This rose has its own root. The advantage of own root roses is that once established they are very resilient. If winter’s freezing breezes kill the top growth, the rose will grow back in the spring, and the recovered rose will look the same as the one you purchased.This rose generally does not need much pruning. But if pruning is needed, do it in late winter to early spring.* Blooms all Season* Slopes and Banks Groundcover* Disease and Insect Resistant.

Serrano del Sol Pepper

Serrano del Sol Pepper
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Capsicum Serrano del Sol (USDA Organic) HOT Pepper, Capsicum ‘Serrano del Sol’, is a hybrid that matures earlier and is larger than traditional varieties!The candle-flame shaped fruit is 3″ long and begins dark green and turns to red when mature. The unique flavor of ‘Serrano del Sol’ makes it a great choice for cooking and is not excessively hot. Being an early variety, Serrano del Sol is suitable for short season regions.‘Serrano del Sol’ Chili pepper is fairly low maintenance and quite easy to grow. Be sure to provide this pepper with the basic care throughout the year. It requires a well drained soil, full sun and regular watering. This will result in a happier and healthier plant!Capsicum refers to a wide variety of tropical pepper plants with the genus of the same name. The name is perhaps derived from the Latin “”capsa,”” or box for the pod-like fruit. They are also frequently used both chopped and raw in salads, or cooked in stir-fries or other mixed dishes.They can be sliced into strips and fried, roasted whole or in pieces, or chopped and incorporated into salsas or other sauces. Capsicum is a relative of the tomato and requires similar growing conditions.* Low maintenance* Candle-flame shape* Unique flavor .

Royal Standard Hosta

Royal Standard Hosta
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The Hosta ‘Royal Standard’ is a vigorous, large Hosta with dark green leaves, making this variety very striking. The light lavender fragrant flowers bloom from July to August, however, Hosta’s are not known only for their flowers. With a plant height of 18” and a spread of 36-48”, Hosta’s provide bright color in shade with wonderful foliage.Hosta ‘Royal Standard’ needs to be planted in a full shade area in any moist, well-drained area. This low care perennial is ideal for shady positions, tubs and patio pots, and one of the most popular for landscape uses. A great choice for any beginner gardener..

Sunburst Cherry Tree

Sunburst Cherry Tree
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The Sunburst cherry is a cross between the Stella and the Van cherry. It is a large dark-skinned sweet cherry that is very similar to the Stella. It resists cracking and is ready for harvest in July about the same time as the Van cherry.The Sunburst cherry was introduced in 1983 from Summerland, British Columbia. It is a self-fruitful tree so it does not require a pollinizer. The cherry requires 800 chill hours..

Hosta Deja Blu

Hosta Deja Blu
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Striking Four Colored Leaves!Hosta Deja Blu, Hosta ‘Deja Blu’, is an intriguing new sport of Hosta ‘Blue Boy’.  It is a low care perennial that is ideal for a slightly sunny area. Being the bluest hosta in your garden, it will produce light lavender flowers that add even more color to this plant in mid-summer. It has blue-green foliage, with a cream lightning bolt, that dances between the center of the leaf and the chartreuse green margin.  The four colored leaves are very striking!This hosta grows best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils with a pH between 5.5 and 7.5.  Sandy loam is better than clay because it provides more aeration for the roots.’Deja Blu’ needs high-filtered or dappled sunlight which is necessary for clean, healthy growth.  Morning sun is tolerable and will help to intensify the leaf colors!  Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc. With each leaf showing off four bright colors, ‘Deja Blu’ becomes quite an impressive hosta!* Four Colored Leaves* Light Lavender Flowers* Prefers Morning Sun.

Touch of Class Rose

Touch of Class Rose
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The Rose, Touch of Class™ Hybrid Tea, ‘Rosa sp. ‘KRIcarlo’, is a glowing coral pink hybrid tea with long stems that are perfect for cutting. The coral pink blooms with the creamy reverse are delightful to behold. This plant blooms all season long and produces flowers that are large and with a slight fragrance. The deep green foliage has mahogany colored new growth.  These roses grow into sturdy, upright plants.  They bloom continuously or in flushes throughout the growing season.The Touch of Class rose has been awarded as the All America Rose Selection in 1986. Hybrid tea roses are the most popular class of roses..