Everbearing Strawberry with Delectable Fruit and FlowersTristan Strawberry is an everbearing strawberry plant with charming flowers and delicious fruit. It would be terrific in a small garden where you have limited room or in a container on your patio.Growing only 1 foot tall with a 2 foot spread, Tristan Strawberry is a great way to bring the beauty and benefit of a strawberry plant into even your smallest spaces. In fact, this variety of strawberry is even runnerless, so it will stay where you put it. Imagine stepping outside in the morning to pick your own juicy red strawberries, ripened and warmed by the summer sun. There’s nothing quite like it! The delectable fruit is not only tasty, but also healthy and lovely to look at. Your Tristan Strawberry is a vision of loveliness with delightful hot pink flowers dotting its surface amid the dark green foliage. However, its compact nature creates a particularly attractive, mounded appearance in the landscape even without the benefit of the flowers and fruit.The Tristan Strawberry’s everbearing nature ensures that you’ll be treated to outstanding blooms and delicious fruit all summer long. Songbirds and butterflies will love it too, and it’s sure to draw pollinators to your yard that will benefit your other plantings. Delicious, lovely and ready for garden or container, the Tristan Strawberry is a great plant for just about anyone. Plant a few in the garden and few on the patio for a beautiful source of sweet strawberries all summer long. *Edible Fruit*Beautiful Flowers*Everbearing*Compact and Runnerless.
Evergreen Groundcover with Decorative FoliageBarrenwort is an evergreen perennial with colorful foliage and bright spring flowers. It would be great for use in a naturalized area of your landscape or under your trees as an ornamental groundcover. The outstanding feature of your Barrenwort is the ornamental foliage. The 3-inch, heart-shaped leaves are a dynamic green creating a lively and lovely groundcover during most of the year. However, the true value of your Barrenwort will be seen in the spring and fall when the foliage transforms into a majestic marbled bronze/red. In addition, sprays of tiny, bright yellow flowers seem to float like delicate “fairy wings” above the foliage in mid spring, adding a splash of color to your yard until late spring.Your Barrenwort is clearly an exceptional groundcover for its decorative foliage and splash of spring color. However, it’s also an easy to care for perennial. Barrenwort is compact and hardy, requiring no special care from you. It’s drought tolerant and holds no fascination for deer and rabbits, so you won’t have to worry about it being nibbled upon as your other plants sometimes are. All in all, Barrenwort is an exceptional plant for your yard.*Decorative Foliage*Spring Flowers*Hardy.
Popular Perennial with Unique FlowersViking Bellflower is an ornamental perennial with uniquely-shaped, showy flowers. These would be beautiful in your butterfly garden or used in a mass planting in your yard. Your Viking Bellflower is one of the most popular garden perennials. Once it begins flowering, it flowers continuously, and does so with blooms that live up to their name. Lavender bell-like flowers dangle from tall spikes that emerge from the plant in May and continue on until July. They are sure to draw the eye as well as the hummingbirds and butterflies who will visit your yard for a quick snack.The name “Viking” brings to mind strength, and this little Bellflower certainly has that quality. It grows 18 inches tall by 24 inches wide with a tight, compact and rounded nature. Diseases and pests aren’t an issue for it, and neither are deer or rabbits. It requires no special care and the cut flowers are even hardy should you choose to bring a little of their unique beauty indoors.The Viking Bellflower is a sturdy little perennial that will provide you with beauty and charm for years to come. *Unique Flowers*Long Blooming Period*Hardy.
Perennial with Long-Lasting, Showy BloomsBlue Eddy Allium is a hardy perennial with long-lasting, showy blooms. Plant several throughout your perennial bed or other areas where they can pop up and color your summer with their little spheres of lavender/pink color.Blue Eddy Allium is of course valued for its marvelous flowers, but the unique foliage is also a strong attraction. The long, thin leaves reach up from the ground only to gently twist and turn in a graceful dance as they grow, creating the effect of motion, or an “eddy”. The blue-green shade of the leaves further adds to the image of a swirling “blue eddy” for which they are named. It’s already a striking plant with only this unusual characteristic. However, when late summer arrives, 1.5-inch round clusters of lavender/pink flowers appear to add to the attraction. Sitting atop the tall stems that shoot up from the foliage of the Blue Eddy below, the clusters appear as floral balls that gently sway in the summer breeze. Your Blue Eddy Allium will attract butterflies and other pollinators love it, but deer will leave it alone. The flower when cut is excellent in floral arrangements, and is also useful in various crafts when dried. Plant the Blue Eddy in your yard to enjoy it’s unique blooms while bringing texture and motion to your landscape. *Long-Lasting Blooms*Unique Foliage*Hardy.
Dwarf Hollyhock with Prolific Flowers until FrostCarmine Rose Hollyhock is a biennial or short-lived perennial with prolific, impressive flowers. Planting several of these as a backdrop to more diminutive plants in your perennial bed would create a spectacular display.Your Carmine Rose Hollyhock is a dwarf variety, giving you the perfect opportunity to bring the unique beauty of a traditional Hollyhock into your yard without the same space requirements. The outstanding feature of the Carmine Rose is of course its impressive flower. Rising on tall spikes, the 3-inch, hot pink flower can’t fail to be noticed as it appears in summer and persists until frost. Each double bloom has an outer, flat layer of petals that perfectly outlines the fluffy pink center. Both elegant and beautiful, the Carmine Rose bloom is certainly not one to be missed.Carmine Rose Hollyhock has lovely green foliage and an attractive clumping habit that creates a natural appearance in the garden. It is drought tolerant, and although the flowers may be susceptible to frost, the plant itself is cold tolerant. Hummingbirds and butterflies love it, and you can even bring some indoors as the flowers are a hardy cut flower. Overall, the Carmine Rose Hollyhock is an outstanding choice in a dwarf Hollyhock. Eye-catching, gorgeous and easy to grow…this hollyhock has it all!*Prolific Blooms*Dwarf Variety*Hardy.
Giant Flower Clusters on Tall StemsSummer Skies is a hardy perennial with giant flower clusters on tall stems. These make a wonderful container or border plant. The height of the flower head would also make them a perfect addition amid shorter plantings in your perennial bed. Your Summer Skies is a fabulous, tropical-looking plant that stands above the rest…literally. Its 24-inch bare stems shoot up into the sky well above many other garden plantings. The 8-inch round balls of delicate buds sit strategically atop the stems until they begin to open in mid-summer. Dozens of 6-petaled, sky blue flowers cluster together on the tall stalks in a breathtaking display of floral majesty. You’ll enjoy this performance of nature in all her splendor throughout the summer months and even into fall. Summer Skies will grow to about 3 feet tall with a 24 inch spread. Its upright habit and medium green foliage create an attractive picture in the landscape even without the amazing flowers. Your Summer Skies is a variety of African Lily Plant. It was developed for greater hardiness and seems to live up to that expectation. It is easy to care for and cold tolerant. Butterflies love it but deer don’t. The flowers make an excellent cut flower, so you can even enjoy its brilliance indoors. It’s quite simply a plant with a lot to offer that demands little in return. In fact, Summer Skies seems to prefer a little neglect, blooming best when overcrowded or even root bound. It’s easy to see why Summer Skies is a great choice for your garden today. * Tropical Looking Flowers* Cold Hardy* Deer Resistant.
Tall Daylily with Huge Pink BloomsSiloam Double Classic is a Daylily with large, brilliant flowers. These would do beautifully along a border or even scattered throughout your landscape for mid-summer color.Growing to a height of 18 inches your Siloam Double Classic certainly knows how to thrust its magnificent bloom into the forefront of your garden. Full and fluffy, the 6-inch blooms with ruffled edges burst into late June with bright pink brilliance. The yellow-hued, green throat sets your Siloam Double Classic off to perfection, giving it just the hint of a contrasting color. Butterflies will recognize your blossom for the rare gift that it is and flock to the award-winning fragrance in droves. Your Siloam Double Classic is a hardy Daylily perfect for even a novice gardener. It’s carefree, drought tolerant and can even handle urban environments. It has a lovely mounded form, so even without the bloom it lends a pleasing shape to the landscape.Siloam Double Classic is an award winning Daylily for both its appearance and fragrance, and you’ll certainly agree that it’s worthy of an award when you see it growing in your landscape.*Beautiful summer bloom *Fragrant*Hardy.
Hydrangea with Unique Foliage and Stunning BloomsGuilded Gold (sometimes called gilded) is a variety of Hydrangea with unusual foliage and stunning summer flowers. It would make an excellent accent plant for a flower bed in your front yard or any highly visible area of your landscape.Hydrangeas have long been beloved for their full form and gorgeous flowers, but your Guilded Gold goes one step further by featuring unusual foliage. 6-inch long, variegated leaves hug your Guilded Gold close to its stems creating a compact, mounded appearance. The robust leaves are a vibrant green accented with a golden-tipped elegance that is sure to draw the eye. Even without the spectacular summer flower, your Guilded Gold is a sight to see!When summer arrives you’ll be amazed by the large, long-lasting blooms that grace your Guilded Gold all season long. The flowers are a delightful soft shade of pink or blue lacecaps (depending upon your soil PH). You may find yourself holding your breath at your first sight of them and the charming lace-like feel of they display. Upon closer inspection you will see what appears to be a cluster of unopened buds encircled by large open petals, each flower giving the appearance of an ample garden bouquet. They are quite simply stunning!Your Guilded Gold is large enough to stand out well as an accent plant, but small enough to easily fit into the smallest yard. With its unusual foliage and outstanding blooms, Guilded Gold is a must have for any landscape.*Variegated foliage*Large summer blooms.
Small Coneflower with Big Blooms Butterfly kisses is a smaller variety of Coneflower but still boasts magnificent blooms. These would look great scattered about the drier spots in your garden, in a border, or perhaps in a few containers on your front porch. If you’ve always loved traditional Coneflowers, but couldn’t spare the space, then this plant is for you. The Butterfly Kisses is a delightful variety, with studier stems and a shorter, more compact nature. You can easily fit several throughout your yard. Butterfly Kisses features 3-inch double pompom flowers with a dark pink center and an outer border of lighter pink petals appear like little, fragrant umbrellas suspended above the plant on its firm stalks. The whimsical effect will be enhanced when butterflies and other pollinators flock to your delicious floral banquet. Your Butterfly Kisses will bloom from June and into August. The dark green foliage fills out the perennial’s compact nature and holds no interest to deer. The flower cone starts out light green, transitioning to pink and then finally gold later in the season, bringing additional color to your garden through the summer months. Coneflower is an amazingly hardy plant that is beautiful in both formal and cottage gardens. but also has a variety of uses. The blooms are a durable cut flower and the cone dries into a seed head that is a boon for winter finches and other birds. A plant with much beauty and many uses, Butterfly Kisses is a must-have for your garden today. *Long-lasting flowers *Compact nature *Hardy *Wildlife interest.
Hardy, Dwarf BambooThe Sunset Glow Bamboo (Fargesia rufa) is a variety of Bamboo prized for its hardiness and clumping nature. A Rufa Bamboo would make a lovely accent plant for your yard, or you could plant several along your home for a unique hedge. If you’ve never grown a Bamboo plant before you’re in for a treat. Sunset Glow is a type of Fargesia Bamboo that is extremely cold hardy and will demonstrate vigorous growth under many conditions. Another of its most valuable qualities is its clumping nature. This Bamboo will stay where you put it! Its shorter stature also means that you can place it in more varied locations around your yard. Your Sunset Glow Bamboo is non-invasive, but will send up many new culms each season to create a full, attractive plant. It will grow to 10 feet tall, leafing out early in the summer. Unlike some varieties of Bamboo the foliage won’t curl in the sun, and the reddish sheaths of the culms are attractive both up close and at a distance. All in all, the Rufa Bamboo is an excellent choice of a Bamboo plant for any yard. * Clumping nature * Dwarf * Hardy.
Dwarf Bamboo with Colorful Foliage Whitestripe Bamboo is a dwarf Bamboo with colorful foliage. Plant several as an attractive groundcover near a walkway or use one in a patio container for a unique accent. Your Whitestripe Bamboo features narrow, light green leaves in spring which gradually transition to variegated foliage with white stripes. As the season progresses, the ornamental foliage produces one more blast of color as the variegated greenery turns yellow for autumn. It’s a visually stunning plant when used as a companion to other less vibrant offerings. The variegated, dense nature is perfect for almost any space where you’d like a bit of filler, and it will do well in shade or sun. Dwarf Whitestripe Bamboo grows to 4 feet in height with an equal spread. It has an upright, spreading habit and is a fast-grower, so you can expect quick results when planting a Dwarf Whitestripe. Bamboo is a wonderful plant to have in any yard. It’s exotic enough to draw the eye without being so exotic that it’s hard to care for. Dwarf Whitestripe is a great way to try out a Bamboo plant without needing a lot of space and its hardy, easy-to-care-for nature will prove a delight. Try one today! *Variegated foliage *Hardy *Dwarf.
Hardy and Prolific Bloomer Garnet Coreopsis is a hardy perennial and prolific bloomer. Plant several of these sun-loving beauties in a border or scatter a few about in your favorite perennial bed. They would also look lovely in containers on your patio or front porch. Your Garnet Coreopsis can’t be beat for durability and bloom. It’s a drought tolerant, fast growing perennial with prolific bi-colored blooms that will brighten your landscape with no additional care from you. The 8-petaled, daisy-like flowers begin in early summer and will continuously color your yard right into autumn. Rosy-pink centers provide a dark contrast to the lighter hot-pink outer petals of the blooms that rise up above the compact, mounding foliage. The bright color is a strong draw to butterflies and bees, making your garden a favorite among the summer choices. Garnet Coreopsis is a low maintenance plant that is also incredibly hardy. It grows fast and performs well all summer and even into fall. Deadheading will encourage more flowering, but even left alone it will outshine many of the other flowering plants in your garden. You simply can’t beat the Garnet Coreopsis for performance and ease of care. *Prolific Bi-Color Blooms *Fast Growing*Hardy.
Unusual Flowers and Wildlife Appeal The Magical Moonlight Buttonbush is an ornamental shrub with unusual flowers and wildlife appeal. Plant a few along a pond or low area where moist soil might be a problem for other plantings. Your Magical Moonlight blooms in June with bright balls of color. Multitudes of tubular white flowers cluster together to form round spheres, their pristine color accented with protruding yellow-tipped stamens. The blossoms are certainly unique and lend your shrub an other-worldly appearance. As an added benefit, your flower’s intense fragrance will be a draw for hummingbirds and other pollinators who come in for a hearty snack. Magical Moonlight is an ornamental shrub that will stand out no matter where you plant it. It’s a compact form of Buttonbush that is adaptable but thrives in wet environments. It would be particularly happy next to a pond or low area on your property. The vibrant green lance-shaped leaves fill out your Magical Moonlight nicely, providing a lively backdrop for the compelling flowers. It has a rounded habit, providing an attractive shrub even without pruning. Later in the season your Magical Moonlight will provide you with the added benefit of golf ball-sized fruits that are full of seeds your birds will love. A unique shrub that provides unique ornamental appeal and a boon to wildlife, the Magical Moonlight is an excellent choice for your yard today. *Unique Flowers *Wildlife Interest.
Magical Shrub that Attracts ButterfliesButterfly Magic is a deciduous shrub with fabulous blooms that are a strong attraction to butterflies. Plant several of these near a window or porch where you’re sure to have a clear view of its stunning summer performance.Butterfly bushes are truly amazing. Butterflies flock to them in droves to enjoy the incredible nectar they provide, and your Butterfly Magic is no exception. This plant seems to posses some magic lure that butterflies can’t resist. It radiates with color from the bright blooms but also emits a particularly sweet scent that is irresistible to butterflies.At times butterflies will literally cover your shrub in their excitement! Hummingbirds and other pollinators will join in on the fun too, until you won’t know what to admire more, your many winged visitors or your magnificent flowers.Your Butterfly Magic has an elegant vase-shape, shooting up into the air and spilling forth with riotous blooms of lavender, pink and white every summer. The mix of color is like having three plants in one! Each “flower” is actually a long cluster consisting of innumerable individual blossoms heavy with both fragrance and color.All in all, your Butterfly Magic is a tough plant, able to thrive in many soil types and environmental conditions. In colder climates it will die back to the ground in winter, and it doesn’t mind a little pruning if need be.Butterfly Magic will offer a last gasp of color in the fall when its foliage transforms to a delightful yellow. The magic of a Butterfly Bush has to be seen to be believed, and what better way to accomplish that than to plant Butterfly Magic in your yard today.*Strong Attractor of Butterflies *Spectacular Summer Flowers *Fragrant *Hardy.
Decorative Dwarf Barberry with Exceptional FoliageMidnight Ruby is a deciduous shrub with vibrant color and larger foliage than other Barberry plants. Plant one as a garden focal point, or several for a short, brilliant hedge. Your Midnight Ruby is an adorable small shrub with delightful color to brighten your landscape spring to fall. An exceptional Barberry, your Midnight Ruby boasts larger foliage than other Barberry shrubs, and what impressive foliage it is! The large oval leaves are a deep burgundy that will stand out like a burning bush amid your other plantings, and maintains its warm brilliance all season. The value of your Midnight Ruby’s enduring color is certainly the most impressive of this little shrub’s appeal, but it has even more to recommend it. In the spring, clusters of tiny, yellow flowers will add diminutive splashes of additional color to your shrub. In the fall, red drupes appear for added decorative appeal. As fall progresses, the leaves will transition from their maroon hues to a vibrant red. The Midnight Ruby is a multi-stemmed dwarf, so you can easily fit a few into various spaces in your yard where splashes of color are desired. Midnight Ruby’s rounded, compact form is ideal to just plant and forget, but it will also react well to any pruning you choose to perform at any time of the year. Midnight Ruby is tolerant of moist conditions, drought and many soil types. It will even thrive in urban environments. Under good conditions, you can expect your Midnight Ruby to live twenty years or more. It’s deer resistant, and birds love it. *Outstanding Foliage Color *Spring Flowers and Fall Color *Hardy *Wildlife Interest.