Rare Azalea with Variegated Foliage Rhododendron Bollywood Azalea, Azalea ‘Farrow’, offers an exciting show of elegant color and becomes a show stopper in any landscape! Use this plant in mixed borders, as an accent plant, or in containers. Bright, deep pink flowers appear in the spring and the foliage is glossy, silver and dark green variegated. The Bollywood Azalea is a hardy, compact, semi-evergreen that provides season-long color and attracts many butterflies. Good drainage is essential for this plant; water regularly, especially when newly planted. This azalea needs little pruning, but may be trimmed after flowering. It is best to apply a controlled release fertilizer in early spring. In the southern areas choose a location with some shade, and in northern climates Bollywood may need some winter protection. This azalea packs a huge punch of color and style that will brighten your garden! * Excellent in tight spaces* Easy to care for* All season interest.
Fine-Textured, Ornamental Shrub Crisp Leaf Spiraea is a deciduous shrub with bright, flashy flowers. Plant a few for a colorful and interesting groundcover, or anywhere you’d like something a bit different to fill in some empty spaces. It’s hard to know which is more stunning on this popular garden shrub, the magnificent flowers or incredible foliage. Large, flat-topped clusters of hot-pink flowers appear in late spring to early summer. The leaves appear with a burgundy tinge, transitioning to a blue-tinted, green shade. Each leaf is pointed, with a crinkly appearance that seems to reference the “Crisp Leaf” moniker. Autumn finds Crisp Leaf changing colors once again when the leaves take on shades of bronze for fall. The fine textured nature of this shrub makes it a perfect companion for less-refined plantings, bringing a bit more textural diversity to your landscape design. Crisp Leaf Spiraea will grow to 3 feet tall with a 4-foot spread. It is a multi-stemmed shrub with a somewhat rounded nature and compact form. Crisp Leaf is adaptable to a variety of soils and drought, deer and urban tolerant. It’s quite hardy and under ideal conditions can be expected to live up to 20 years. Even without its spring/early summer blooms, Crisp Leaf Spiraea has a lot to offer. It’s different from more common shrub options while still being hardy and easy to care for. Why not bring the unique texture, form and color of this wonderful shrub to your home this year! * Adaptive to a variety of soils * Deer resistant * Urban tolerant * Autumn color * Long lived.
An Explosion of Hot Pink Brilliance Like a “sonic” BOOM, this fabulous weigela variety bursts upon the scene with an explosion of color! Each tiny blossom appears clothed in stunning, hot pink with a deep pink throat. The multitude of blooms appear in May, clustered along the branches in such profusion of flowers that your shrub will at times appear to be nothing more than a mound of colorful blooms. As the flowers recede and re-bloom, you’ll begin to notice the dramatic, dark green foliage that fills out the few spaces between the blossoms…which continue to re-bloom right up until the first frost. Sonic Bloom doesn’t need deadheading, and provides its remarkable show from spring through fall with nothing needed from you. Your Sonic Bloom Pink Weigela will grow up to 5 feet in height with an equal spread. It’s a very dense shrub with a mounded nature. Sonic Bloom is adaptable to a variety of soils, urban tolerant and long-lived. Hummingbirds, butterflies and bees will flock to your Sonic Bloom, but deer will pass it by. Overall, it’s a very hardy shrub that works well in containers, as an ornamental hedge along an outbuilding, or even just planted singly for a strong accent in your yard. A blast of hot pink flowers in spring, that continues to erupt in blooms repeatedly into fall, makes Sonic Bloom Pink Weigela a prime pick for your yard this year! * Spring-fall flowers* Re-bloomer* Adaptable to a variety of soils* Works well in containers.
NEW! Classic Colorful Evergreen Azalea as a Tree! Your Autumn Coral will be like a “tree of flowers” in your yard all summer and into fall! The nearly 3-inch, single blooms appear early in the season, their trumpet-shaped, pink brilliance accented with a splash of dark fuchsia at the center. Clusters of blossoms appear at the end of the branches, with dark green foliage completing the picture of floral perfection for your home. There’s nothing quite like having a tree filled with bright flowers that continues to re-bloom even into autumn! Autumn Coral is a broadleaf evergreen that will grow 4-7 feet tall, with a compact, rounded canopy. It is adaptive to a variety of conditions although it prefers filtered sun. Autumn Coral is a favorite of butterflies and other pollinators and will provide you with vigorous growth year after year. This tree form of the popular shrub would look terrific planted in a decorative pot on your front porch or placed as an accent near walkways or flower beds. Encore Autumn Coral Azalea is remarkable in its shrub form…but this “tree form” adds even further appeal. A profuse bloomer, your Coral Azalea is sure to be a dependable source of beauty for your yard this year. * Re-blooming evergreen* Adaptable to a variety of soils* Works well in containers.
Radiant Red Spring to Fall One of the best re-blooming weigela varieties you’ll find, Sonic Bloom bursts into radiant red bloom in May and doesn’t stop until the first frost. Forming along the upright, gently arching branches, the brilliant blossoms appear singly or in clusters, a dramatic show against the dark green foliage. Sonic Bloom doesn’t need deadheading, so it will provide you with its remarkable show from spring through fall with nothing needed from you in return. It’s quite simply one of the easiest shrubs you can own that will still provide you with long-lasting color. Your Sonic Bloom Red Weigela will grow up to 5 feet in height with an equal spread. It’s a dense shrub with a mounded nature and fountain-like branches. Sonic Bloom is adaptable to a variety of soils, urban tolerant and will even be long-lived under optimal conditions. Hummingbirds, butterflies and bees will flock to your Sonic Bloom, but deer will pass it by, so you don’t have to worry about avoiding areas of high wildlife traffic. Sonic Bloom does well in containers, as an ornamental hedge, or even used as a foundation planting. With its trumpet-shaped, red blossoms, ease of care and long-bloom period it’s easy to see why Sonic Bloom Red Weigela is the outstanding, popular shrub that is it. It’s sure to make an impression in your yard this year! * Spring-fall flowers* Re-bloomer* Adaptable to a variety of soils* Works well in containers.
Long-Blooming, Easy to Grow Happy Face Pink Paradise Potentilla, Potentilla fruticosa ‘Kupinpa’, is a deciduous shrub with ornamental features. These would look terrific as a mass planting in your back yard or as a decorative border along your garden shed. Potentilla has always been a popular plant among gardeners. Your Happy Face Pink Paradise provides all the familiar features of a hardy Potentilla but adds the additional appeal of lively, pink flowers that hold their color far longer than the other pinks. The delicate, ¾-inch blossoms are semi-double and will blanket the green foliage from June through August. Happy Face Pink Paradise Potentilla will grow 24-36 inches in height with an equal spread. It has a mounded habit and compact nature (but a late winter pruning will help it maintain its shape). Happy Face is a hardy shrub once established, tolerating both drought and salt. It’s a friend to wildlife (with its dense nature and bright flowers), but deer tend to pass it by. In choosing a Potentialla variety, it’s hard to go wrong with Happy Face Pink Paradise. A hardy and easy-to-care-for shrub, this long-blooming variety will see you through the summer/fall months with lovely vibrant color. *Long blooming*Hardy*Drought tolerant*Works well in containers*Deer resistant.
Dense, Colorful Shrub is Great for Borders The Goldmound Spirea, Spiraea japonica ‘Goldmound’, is a colorful plant that provides an exceptional accent or contrast in your foundation planting or shrub border. The brilliant light chartreuse-green foliage on the Goldmound Spirea holds its color all season long. Flushes of beautiful pink flowers appear in June and July. This dense, bushy, 18 to 24 inch plant maintains its nicely rounded, neat appearance with little or no pruning. Goldmound Spirea produces its best color in full sun, but can tolerate part sun. Distinguished by their size, bloom color and season of bloom, spireas have small leaves and fine, twiggy branches. Spireas have a tolerance of most soils, moisture and sun! Once established, they are also drought tolerant. It is recommended that deadheading adds additional blooms later in the season. Goldmound Spirea is a popular choice among homeowners looking to add some brightness to their landscape! * Chartreuse Foliage All Season* Heads of Pink Flowers* Full or Part Sun .