The Coronation Triump Potentilla, Fruticosa coronation triumph, is a beautiful small mounded shrub that is ideal for foundation plantings. This is one of the earliest bloomers with bright yellow flowers. It offers excellent foliage all season long and has one of the longest blooming periods of all Potentillas. It is also deer resistant. This mounded shrub grows 3-4′ high and has a 2-3′ spread. It prefers full sun. They are virtually pest free. The Coronation Triumph has the longest blooming period of all Potentillas. The shrub flowers from early spring to late fall and should be pruned back every 2 to 3 years which will rejuvinate the plant..
Snowbird Potentilla, Potentilla fruticosa ‘Snowbird’, is an attractive selection from Canada. It has dark green, glossy foliage and approximately 80% of the white flowers are double with two rows of petals. Snowbird forms an upright compact shape at maturity. Plant in full sun or semi shade. Due to its neutral colour, will contrast well with most other shrubs and plants. This fast grower reaches 2-3 feet in height and width. Very attractive plant for butterflies and likes full sun or partial shade and somewhat regular watering. You can plant it with the assurance that it will live. It requires little, if no care once established. It is compact and free flowering. It can be used as a foundation plant, in the perennial border, in mass planting, as a low hedge and even as a specimen..
The Tangerine Potentilla, Fruticosa tangerine, is an excellent but rare wildlife shrub. The orange flowers last over many weeks like other cinqufoils, but the beauty and unique feature of this species is the prostrate habit. The dense foliage spreads horizontally across the ground slowly producing a thick mat. They are virtually pest free. The Tangerine variety is wide spreading with layered branches. The flowers are bright yellow in full sun but become orange in cool weather or parital shade.. The shrub flowers from early spring to late fall and should be pruned back every 2 to 3 years which will rejuvinate the plant..
Potentilla – Summer Dawn, Potentilla fruticosa ‘Summer Dawn’, is a lovely compact, upright bush with large primrose-yellow flowers that become slightly darker towards the center.The flowers are large in comparison to other Potentilla varieties, growing to about 1 1/2 to 2 inches in diameter.Summer Dawn flowers continually through the summer and works well in the garden landscape and as a border.This plant adapts well to harsh winter conditions that are long, dull and wet! Surviving in heavy clay, it does require moist well drained soil in full sun with partial shade.Summer Dawn is a dense shrub with grey green leaves that can be planted in early spring after the last frost.It is adaptable to moist or dry locations. It is not particular to soil type or pH levels. This plant excels in urban conditions.* Potentilla attracts butterflies.* Long Flowering Season!* Extra Large Flowers!.
The Yellowbird Potentilla, Potentilla fruticosa ‘Yellowbird’, is a double flowering potentilla from Canada. Its flowers are bright yellow, and the majority of them are double with 8 to 10 petals. These large lemon-yellow blooms are about 75 percent double by the second or third year. ‘Yellowbird’ is an attractive bushy plant that has an upright habit and tight branching. It does well in almost any soil in sun or partial shade. Easy to care for and drought tolerant, ‘Yellowbird’ is popular for its floral display throughout most of the summer season!.
One of the easiest garden plants you can grow!Are you new to gardening and having trouble picking out something easy, but pretty and bushy that will fill up some sunny bare spot? Or are you a long-time gardener with a sunny garden spot where you just can’t seem to coax anything to grow and play nice? Well, the Potentilla ‘Primrose Beauty’ (Potentilla fruticosa ‘Primrose Beauty’) is the answer to your prayers.Consistently on “Top 10” lists of no-fuss landscape plants, Primrose Beauty is a deciduous (meaning that it loses its leaves in the winter) arching shrub with grey-green leaves. And as lovely as the leaves are, the real star power here is in the pale primrose yellow flowers that bloom for months and months. The prolific pale yellow flowers can bloom up to five full months starting in the spring and continuing until hard frost.The flowers look like wild roses, which makes sense because they are a relative of the rose family. What is outstanding about Primrose Beauty is that the color will go with anything else in your garden. You won’t find a color that they will clash with, so plant them freely.Not particular about the soil they are in. No need to prune. Flowers for months on end. Extremely versatile in your color scheme. No fuss. What’s not to love about Potentilla Primrose Beauty? These popular plants can sell out fast, so order early!* No fuss* Months of flowers* Easy for the beginner.
Potentilla – Red Ace, Potentilla fruticosa ‘Red Ace’, is a deciduous, showy shrub with flowers of rich vermillion, and its undersides become a pale yellow in summer. Flowers change from red to yellow under intense heat. Red Ace’s densely branched form is useful for a colorful accent or border plant. It is a moderate grower and reaches 2 to 3 feet in height, and 3 to 4 feet in width. It prefers full sun and tolerates poor soils, but needs a regular watering schedule during the first growing season. This will establish a deep, extensive root system. Red Ace is a hardy, easy care plant that makes a great border, hedge, or ground cover. For a tidy, neat appearance, shear annually to shape..
Dakota Sunspot® Potentilla, Potentilla fruticosa ‘Fargo’, is an attractive shrub that has showy, deep golden 1″ flowers produced abundantly all summer long. This low maintenance dwarf plant has bright green summer foliage and forms a compact rounded shape at maturity. This is a compact shrub that will mature at 2 ½ to 3 feet tall with a spread of 2 to 3 feet. Dakota Sunspot is a deciduous shrub that does best in full sun and will flower all summer if trimmed in late June or July, along with fertilizer and water. You can plant it with the assurance that it will live. It requires little, if no care once established. It is compact and free flowering. It can be used as a foundation plant, in the perennial border, in mass planting, as a low hedge and even as a specimen..
Potentilla – Yellow Gem, ‘Potentilla fruticosa ‘Yellow Gem’, displays young twigs that are red, making a nice contrast with its gray-green, lobed leaves.It produces attractive bright yellow buttercup flowers with five ruffled petals. Blooming from May to hard frost, Yellow Gem is a low growing Potentilla that has a spreading habit, making it a good groundcover.Potentillas are great for mass or group plantings, foundation plantings, borders or raised beds. Prune in early spring in order to get a dense, bushy plant with lots of flowers. It prefers full sun or partial shade and well drained soil; does not like wet or soggy soils. ‘Yellow Gem’ feeding needs is minimal and annual mulch with well-rotted compost is ideal.This charming, spreading plant is popular for the gardener who wants added color with little maintenance. It is the ultimate flowering shrub for northern gardens because it is hardy, tough and adaptable to all conditions. Choose ‘Yellow Gem’ if you want to attract butterflies to your yard and add a bit of sunshine to a favorite area.* Low, spreading habit* Yellow flowers* Low maintenance.
Potentilla – Setting Sun, Potentilla fruticosa ‘Setting Sun’, is characterized by its compact habit, dense grey-green foliage, and unusual peach colored flowers which bear a darker peach-red eye.These peach-colored flowers set Setting Sun apart from the other cultivars. Also known as Shrubby Cinequefoil, it is a lovely dwarf summer-flowering shrub.This potentilla is ideal for the garden landscape and especially along borders. It adapts well to harsh winter conditions that are long, dull and wet!Surviving in heavy clay, it does require moist well drained soil in full sun with partial shade.Setting Sun is a dense upright shrub that can be planted in early spring after the last frost. Creating a lasting impression, this Setting Sun plant is a sure winner because its blooms will last until the first hard frost!Potentillas attract butterflies!.
Dainty but tough as nails! Happy Face Hearts Potentilla (Potentilla fruticosa) is both tough and beautiful. All of the potentilla in the Happy Face series are. They are bred to have super performing hardiness. (How about being beautiful up to zone 2? They can take a winter of -50 degrees and bust out in the spring like it was a sweet winter’s nap!) They are known for non-stop blooms that start in late spring and go all summer. The blooms are not little wimpy things, either, but big and proud flowers that cover the plant. Happy Face Hearts blooms look like apple blossoms. They are pink with a creamy-white ‘star’ in the center that gives it an old-fashioned picotee edge. They also maintain the pink color no matter how hot it gets. They don’t bleach out. But even though they look sweetly old-fashioned, they give a hardy modern day performance. They prefer moist soil but as they mature they can adapt to dry soil very easily. Use Happy Face Hearts in your mixed perennial borders or even as edging – they only grow 1’-2’ tall and wide. They make a great tall groundcover and look really good in big drifts in the landscape. They mix well with other pink or white flowers. You will love these native plants. They will work hard for you, but not make you work hard! Buy some from us today. * Pink and white apple blossom-like flowers * Full sun * Hardy * Easy * Native * Groundcover * Clay soil.
Cold Hardy, Heavy Bloomer & Super Easy to GrowLemon Meringue Potentilla (Potentilla fruticosa ‘Bailmeringue’) is a little flower powerhouse! Planted in a sunny border, this small (2’ – 3’) shrub will pump out light yellow, double blooms all summer that look for all the world like small wild roses.This shrub was bred on the plains of Manitoba Canada at the Morden Research Centre, and you know that if it can make it there it can surely thrive in your garden!This is a super-easy care shrub that requires little-to-no pruning to maintain its compact round form. This North American native keeps its shape and looks great as an alternative to typical boxwood or holly hedges in the summer. Plant it as a foundation hedge or in your perennial border for a flower display all summer long.Hardy to Zone 2 (what!?!) this is one tough shrub that can survive the harshest winter with a laugh and a smile. On top of that it is also drought tolerant!That’s a lot of praise for such a little plant, but trust us, it lives up to the accolades. We know you will be completely happy with this little flower machine. * Continuous light yellow flowers all summer * Great low hedge * Low-maintenance, drought tolerant and winter hardy to Zone 2.
An American Native Smothered in White Flowers As a gardener you know that there is that bump of time in your landscape right between the fade of the spring flowers and the flush of summer blossoms where things just aren’t blooming.That is exactly when Potentilla Abbotswood absolutely covers itself in white blossoms! It often looks like a mound of snow from a distance it is so white and so completely covered. After this big show, Abbotswood blooms consistently (though not as prolifically) for the rest of the summer until frost.Potentilla (known to your grandma as a cinquefoil) is a shrub that has been in America since before America was the good ol’ U S of A. This family of shrubs has survived here for so long because they are super hardy, flower prolifically and are disease and pest resistant to the max.They typically have yellow flowers, but the Abbotswood Potentilla (Potentilla fruticosa ‘Abbotswood’) is covered in glowing single white flowers. It thrives in just about any soil from southern Canada to Northern Texas. It grows naturally in bogs, so go ahead and plant it in that nasty wet spot in your yard…or plant it in your hot rock garden, if you want. It will show off either way.It drops its leaves in the winter and should be cut back to the ground every year to help it rejuvenate and keep a nice form for the next year.Buy Potentilla Abbotswood for the amazing flowers, but love it for its super easy care. Order yours now!* Tough native shrub* Three seasons of flowers* Disease and pest resistant .
Bright Yellow-Gold Flowers All Summer LongGoldstar Potentilla is a deciduous shrub with bright flowers. These would make an attractive border along your perennial garden, or plant just one or two for some colorful accents by your front door.Your Goldstar Potentialla is an extremely popular little shrub beloved for its prolific, showy bloom of bright, yellow flowers all summer long. The 5-peteled, 1 to 2-inch, single blossoms are so bright and sunny that your shrub will appear to be covered in “gold stars” throughout the season. In fact, from late spring right up until the first frost, your Goldstar’s splash of bright color will be a near-constant source of attention in your yard. The light green, pinnate leaves do a terrific job of filling out around the starry blossoms, a perfect backdrop for the intense blooms.Goldstar Potentilla will grow to 3 feet tall with a 4-foot spread. It has a multi-branched, bushy habit. Goldstar is a hardy plant, mildew resistant and does well in cold climates. It’s tolerant of poor soils and urban environments. You can place it in light shade, but it will perform best with full sun.The Goldstar Potentilla is a popular plant for good reason. It’s hard to do better than a rugged, carefree shrub that produces brilliant, “stars” of color all summer long. Plant a Goldstar Potentilla today and you’ll soon see why Goldstar is such a popular ornamental shrub.* Showy flowers * Long bloom period * Cold hardy.
Full Sun Makes Yellow FlowersThe Potentilla ‘Jackman’, Potentilla fruticosa ‘jackmanii’, is a compact upright shrub with brilliant yellow flowers. Butterflies love them.This deciduous shrub has deep green leaves that make a beautiful background for the deep yellow flowers. Jackman Potentilla flowers from midsummer on to fall.Potentillas may be the longest blooming shrub with loads of yellow flowers all summer. The bushy plants like sun and are not fussy about soil types or pH levels. They are very hardy and popular.Use this potentilla as a foundation plant, in low hedges, and in masses.It matures to 3′-4′ with an equal spread.Jackman should only be grown in full sunlight or partial shade. It is adaptable to moist or dry locations. It is not particular to soil type or pH levels. This plant excels in urban conditions.* Bright Yellow Flowers All Summer* Dark Green Foliage* Attracts Butterflies.