Adds Height & Contrast to Your GardenDracaena Indivisa Spikes, Dracaena Indivisa ‘Spikes’, can add intrigue to your garden or container. Spikes are a foliage plant that provides height and contrast. This unique and very hardy plant can be grown at any light level. Dracaena Spikes fairly drought tolerant too! Plant in any well drained soil. Feed bi-weekly if planted in a container with other plants. If your Dracaena spikes is in its own pot, feed it monthly with a balanced plant food while actively growing. At the end of the growing season “Spikes” can be moved indoors for the winter. After many years of moving the plant in for the winter (out for the summer) it is possible to grow a large specimen tree. This plant can be a perennial in zones 9-11. In zones 3-8 it is an annual only.* Adds height & contrast* Can be brought indoors in winter* Unique & very hardy Pick your color….
Purple Flowers with Wildlife AppealBuzz Purple, Buddleja ‘Buzz Purple’ is a Butterfly Bush that combines beauty and wildlife appeal. Plant a few of these for a spectacular floral border, or even just one near a front entrance where you’re sure to enjoy it summer-long display. It’s hard to imagine a shrub more lovely and enchanting as a Butterfly Bush, and Buzz Purple manages to make owning one even easier. When you plant a Buzz Purple, you not only bring the beauty of a Butterfly Bush into your landscape, but do so without the need for much space.Buzz Purple Butterfly Bush will provide your home with spikes of purple blooms that are just as impressive as those of full size bushes. However, instead of being up to twelve feet tall, Buzz Purple Butterfly Bush does it all in a four foot package. Long-blooming and strongly-scented, your Buzz Purple will put on a spectacular show all summer long, and call to pollinators from far and wide. Buzz Purple Buddleja will grow up to 4 feet in height with an equal spread. It has an upright, compact nature with arching branches. Deer and rabbits pass it by, but your pollinators will love it, arriving in droves to cover its scented blooms. Buzz Purple is drought tolerant, works great in containers and is generally easy to grow. Butterfly Bushes have always been a favorite among gardeners. It’s hard to do better in an ornamental shrub than one that is long blooming (with huge flowers), beloved by butterflies and yet also easy to care for. Why not try a Buzz Purple this summer and begin to see why this amazing variety of Butterfly Bush is such a popular choice. * Amazing fragrance * Works in containers * Works well as a cut flower.
A Native Butterfly Magnet! Nothing brings life and movement to a garden quite like wildlife. Butterflies, birds and bees flitting around animates and enlivens a space like nothing else. Plant a few Butterfly Weed plants (Asclepias tuberosa) around your garden and see what we mean.Butterfly Weed (also known as Butterfly Milkweed) is a native flower that is common in the wild over most of America and half of Canada. It provides food and shelter for many species of butterflies, including the beloved Monarch. The beautiful orange/yellow flowers produce much more nectar than their size suggests, and that attracts hummingbirds and bees, too.These are beautiful summer bloomers, with pretty flowers floating above airy foliage. Since they adapt to so many conditions, they are almost maintenance free in your home garden. No coddling necessary. Prune only when you need to keep them in bounds.Butterfly Weed plants mix beautifully with other natives like yarrow, rudbeckia and sage. Besides their beauty, you can also enjoy the knowledge that you are keeping a native species thriving.Super hardy and astonishingly colorful, you can’t go wrong with these in your garden. Order your Butterfly Weed plant from Nature Hills today. * Great color* Adapts to many soil types* Attracts pollinators.
Shade Tree with a Tropical FeelThe Sunburst Honeylocust is a deciduous tree prized for its lovely foliage. They make lovely front yard specimens, and a few planted along the street would also draw attention.Your Sunburst Locust’s light green leaves and open canopy will create the charming effect of dappled sunlight in your yard rather than the full shade that more dense trees provide.It’s a way to have shade without the heavy, sometimes overwhelming presence of the larger trees such as Oaks or Redwoods. Your Locust is big without being too big and shady without being too shady for your grass and other plantings.Having a Sunburst Locust is a way for you to have all the benefits of a Locust tree without the two features many people dislike. By choosing a Sunburst Locust, you’ll be free of the thorns (that can be quite sharp), and the seed pods (that can be messy), that other Locusts have.Leaves of the Sunburst Locust are eight inches long and composed of many small, individual leaflets. This gives the foliage a tropical, fern-like appearance and will feel pleasantly soft and smooth as you run the leaves through your fingers.Leaves begin as yellow in the spring, transition to green and again turn yellow in the fall. Small green-yellow flowers form in the spring and into early summer, but aren’t very showy. Bees and other pollinators will love the Locust in your yard though, and make good use of those early blooms.The Sunburst Locust’s hardy nature means you won’t have to provide any special care to ensure its success. It can also grow up to 2 feet a year, so you won’t have to wait long for a mature tree to grace your yard.The Sunburst Locust is a lovely tree and a superior choice for your landscape.* Attractive foliage* No thorns or seed pods* Fast growing .
Early Season Berry with Exceptional QualitiesPremier Blueberry, Vaccinium ashei ‘Premier’, is a rabbiteye type blueberry bush. Plant a few in a grouping in your side yard where you can have your very own mini-orchard and a source of the freshest fruit possible.Your Premier Blueberry has many admirable features. Delicate white blossoms bloom in spring, sprinkled across the vibrant, green foliage for an elegant, early season display. The foliage transitions to shades of orange and red for autumn. As lovely as it is however, Premier isn’t just a pretty face.The flowers bloom late, so you won’t have to worry as much about late freezes damaging your crop. It is also a rabbiteye type bush, meaning that you’ll have sweeter, hardier fruit that is more amenable to freezing for storage. The June-July berries are large, delicious and of high quality, with a variety of health benefits naturally built right in.Blueberries are among the healthiest fruits you can grow. They are full of antioxidants, vitamins and other health-inducing qualities that make them a must-have for those interested in healthy living. Blueberries are also delicious, wonderful eating right from the bush or used in desserts, pies, jellies…and countless other culinary uses.Premier Blueberry is a deciduous shrub that will grow 6 feet in height with a 5-6 foot spread. It has a rounded nature and upright habit. Premier Blueberry is low maintenance so it won’t require a lot of effort from you in order to reap its amazing benefits. It’s highly productive, but for optimal harvest, you’ll want to plant more than one variety.This early to mid-season ripening blueberry variety is a must-have for any blueberry-lover. The large, light blue fruit is as delicious as it is attractive. The foliage is lovely and the shrub generally carefree. You can’t go wrong trying one of these amazing blueberry varieties. Premier truly is a “premier” blueberry for your yard this year!* Delicious & healthy fruit * Spring flowers * Autumn color * Cold hardy * Heat and drought resistant * Rabbit tolerant * Adaptable to a variety soils.
Bubblegum Pink Blooms for Months!The Pink Knock Out Rose, Rosa ‘Radcon’ (PP15,070), is another high profile floribunda Knock Out Rose for the landscape with brilliant pink blooms from spring to fall. The Pink Knock Out 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. If unpruned, this rose can grow to more than 3 to 4 feet tall and as wide. A once a year pruning to about 12 inches above the ground in early spring is also recommended for the best performance! The Pink Knock Out Rose is drought tolerant, black spot resistant, can thrive in humid conditions, and does not need to be deadheaded. One of the most disease resistant roses on the market! It is very maintenance free and an excellent low hedge or accent rose.* Disease Resistant* Blooms All Season* Hardy.
Light Pink Blooms on Purple FoliagePeony Monsieur Jules Elie, Paeonia lactiflora ‘Monsieur Jules Elie’, is a favorite for late spring display and is prized for its very large, fragrant, double light rose-pink flowers that displays a silvery sheen. The plant forms an upright bush of dark green leaves, remaining attractive all season. Peony Monsieur Jules Elie seldom needs to be divided or moved, but if it is needed, it should be done in the fall.Trim off old stems to the ground in late fall to help prevent disease problems. It will flower best in a sunny location and in very well-composted soil.Peony Monsieur Jules Elie has foliage that emerges with a tinge of purple and matures to deep green. Peonies are herbaceous perennials arising from thickened tuberous roots that are hidden underground most of the year.*Double Light Pink Blooms*Fragrant*Purple Foliage Matures to Deep GreenPeony Care After FloweringPeony Care After Flowering.
The Japanese Willow, ‘Salix Integra Flamingo’, produces beautiful pink variegated foliage all season long. The outer leaves turn a bright pink while the inner leaves are green and white.This willow will provide you with striking colors throughout all four seasons! In the spring, before it leafs out, it produces hundreds of slender catkins that contrast brilliantly against the deep red stems. Then you will see the pink summer foliage! You may prune the plant back for another flush of pink foliage later in the season. In the fall and winter the bright red stems add another dimension and color to the landscape.First prune in March-April after frost has passed and throughout summer to make plant bushier. Regular pruning will promote a denser and healthier plant.The Japanese Willow also works great as a container plant.* Blooms first year!* Foliage interest* Low maintenance.
The biggest of the small ones!You think you know mandarins. The cute little slices are everywhere these days – in fruit cups in the grocery store, in salads in restaurants, in kid’s meals in the drive-through. It’s time for something new.Step aside little cuties…say hello to Tango.Tango Mandarin was developed only a few years ago by the brilliant scientists at UC Riverside in one of California’s best citrus growing regions. They wanted a clementine-type of fruit that was a little bigger, a little better, a little juicier and a little easier to grow than what was currently on the market. Thanks to some intricate scientific cyphering combined with some special SoCal fairy-dust they were able to introduce Tango to the world.Easy peel and super juicy with no seeds! This is the mandarin your kids dream of. The trees are hardy, covered in glossy green leaves. The fruit matures in January and hangs on fast through April.Only on the commercial market since 2010, there is a pretty good chance that you’ll be the first person in your neighborhood to grow these in your own garden or indoor container. Why not guarantee it? Order yours from us today!* Seedless Sweet Fruit * Vigorous Grower * Winter blooms with amazing scent * Grow Indoors & Out .
Huge Delicious Fruit and Beautiful Fall ColorGood cold hardiness and consistent crops of The Patriot’s gigantic fruit make this tops on the blueberry plant list. Expect 10-20 pounds of luscious berries from just one bush! The Patriot Blueberry will give you lovely, bell-shaped, white flowers in May; delicious, exceptionally nutritious fruit in July and a show of bright orange color in fall. The Patriot has huge (quarter-size), tart, dusky fruit bursting with true blueberry flavor, coming earlier than some other varieties, in late July. It is a highbush blueberry cultivar which typically grows at least 4’ tall or more, a perfect choice for a living fence.Blueberries cost a small fortune; grow your own and eat them right off the bush, or use them in cobbler, muffins, jam, jelly or syrup. Be sure to get several so you can share some with your feathered friends. Self-pollinating.* Huge Fruit* Fall Color* Large Bush.
Golden Mock Orange, Fragrant, Philadelphus coronarius ‘Aureus’, has single, white flowers that bloom among the gorgeous golden yellow leaves. This deciduous shrub’s deliciously sweet white flowers delight the senses in late spring. The compact form creates an excellent accent plant in any landscape. Golden Mock Orange is relatively free from disease and thrives in dry conditions. It grows to around 6 ft. tall, with a spread of 4-5 feet. The leaves emerge brilliant golden in the spring, fading to a pleasing lime-green by summer. It thrives best with light shade and moderate water. An old fashioned favorite, this plant is at home in the shrub border. Allow ample room for arching branches. Mock Orange has many uses in the landscape and its especially enjoyable when grown near a walkway, patio or driveway where one can enjoy its beauty and fragrance..
Everything’s Rosy All SummerThe Daylily Rosy Returns, Hemerocallis ‘Rosy Returns’ (Apps, ’99,PP9779), is a dwarf variety that has large 4 inch bright rose-colored flowers with a dark pink eye and yellow throat on green foliage.’Rosy Returns’ will bloom from June until frost and may be hardy all the way to zone 2. It can survive harsh conditions that many other plants cannot and prefers full sun for the best performance.Daylilies are some of the easiest plants to grow and are a good choice for any gardener. Use ‘Rosy Returns’ for mass plantings, edging, in borders or in mixed containers and tubs.Daylilies are rugged, adaptable, vigorous perennials that endure in a garden for many years with little or no care. ‘Rosy Returns’ adapts to a wide range of soil and light conditions. It establishes quickly, grows vigorously, and survives winters with little or no injury.This charming and clumping plant is a beautiful daylily that is short, but has the perfect size of flowers for its height!* 4″ Rose Colored Flowers* Blooms Summer Through Fall* Compact Hardy Plant.
Bring the tropics indoors & out with this perfect patio plant!‘Jolly Polly’, from the Hollywood Hibiscus collection (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis HOLLYWOOD™ ‘5179’) is a hard-to-photograph shade of flamingo pink. Not a soft pink, a pastel pink or even a hot pink, but a riotous ruffled feathery concoction of rich, intense pink that makes you want to break out the sunglasses to take a closer look.Absolutely sure to make you think of Hawaiian shirts and long days by the pool, the big, bold sun-drenched flowers keep coming all summer long – all year long if you live where they can be outside all year! The Hollywood Hibiscus collection was bred specifically to have loads of blooms and excellent disease resistance. In tropical and semi-tropical zones 9-11, they will easily grow to 4’ high and 5’ wide, the perfect size for an evergreen flowering hedge or privacy screen. They are covered in dark green leaves and prune easily.Tropical hibiscus make awesome container plants in non-tropical locations, too. Just make sure when winter comes and the first frost hits they come inside to a bright sunny window. They are classics for poolside, decks and patios for an instant island look, but make sure they get plenty of consistent water to look their best. (If they get too dry they will drop their buds.)For truly bright pink color and easy care bring ‘Jolly Polly’ home today! The sooner you order the sooner you can bask in the tropical heat!* HUGE flamingo-pink ruffled tropical flowers * Full sun * Easy care * Lush green foliage * Perfect container plant for indoors or out * Disease resistant.
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.
Instant garden drama…and wild horses!It wasn’t easy to get to the Pampas Grass plumes. The blades of the grass have sharp edges, so you had to wear gloves. But once you got hold of a thick plume stalk and cut it, you had the handsomest-tailed stick horse to ride in the whole neighborhood! All of the kids would be galloping around with the fluffy-plumed stalk between their legs yelling “Yee-haw!” and “Giddy-up!” at the top of their lungs.Of course, this was before video games and cell phones, but we bet that kids would still ride a pretend pony when it’s as gorgeous as this.Pink Pampas Grass (Cortaderia selloana ‘Rosea’) is as eye-catching as a stallion. It forms huge clumps of thick, flowing leaves that are beautiful and architectural on their own, but the real beauty is the foot-long sand-pink feathery plumes that grow up to 7 feet tall.If you want a quick, living hedge to cover a fence or block a view, you will love Pink Pampas Grass. It grows like there is no tomorrow. (So well, in fact, that some states have put it on the invasive species list, including Texas, California and Hawaii.) Make sure you plant it where you want it because it can be challenging to get rid of once it’s established.If you need an elegant statement plant that you can see across the garden, then you will love Pink Pampas Grass, too. They are stunning on a hill, reflected in a pond or marking the end of a path.Pink Pampas Grass is simple to grow in just about any soil and brings easy elegance to your yard. Order yours today!* Easy care grass from Argentina (Las Pampas) * Great for hedges, screens and borders * Drought tolerant* 4 season beauty* Fast grower.