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The king of cobblestone comes in irregular and very natural shapes in sizes that range mostly from 4-10 inches. Tan / brown with some lichens. Use it in your showcase areas where you want to highlight dramatic plantings and keep weeds down.
Columbine perennials offer you cheery blooms in a mix of pastel colors from May thru July. As if that's not pleasant enough know this: it spreads by seed so each year it gets better and better. You will find it attracts hummingbirds. The best places for it will provide partial shade. If you are so tempted you will find it works well as a cut flower.
A mixed color coneflower= tomato red, fluorescent orange, magenta, golden yellow, and white!
This very well-branched series is well-matched for habit and timing, and perfect for use in spring-planted programs. Sturdy, compact plants have proven hardiness for years of enjoyment in the garden. Very floriferous in bright, rich colors.
A coneflower that has lots of fragrance. The blooms are deep magenta red and enormous = 5-6 inch. The stems of this coneflower are thick and sturdy that start out black in color turning to a smoky rose. A show stopper, for sure!
This perennial produces warm, russet-orange flowers with a prominent, brownish central cone. It's stunning to view close up or from a distance. Plus it is a vigorous grower so you're liable to have more appear over the years. Get out and enjoy its rose-scented blooms. The birds and the bees and butterflies do.
It's a new variety of coneflower with large, fragrant, pure white flowers and a green cone. This perennial stands straight and tall along with its relatives or other plants. The stark contrast between it and say, orange, red, pink, purple, yellow...well, it's eye-popping! Mix it up!
A compact coneflower with flowers having a watermelon - coral color.
Irresistible tangerine/orange 4" flowers bloom on this stocky plant between mid-June and August. Stash some in places where you want butterflies to collect and linger. Enjoy them in the sun or partial sun spaces, with accompanying plants or as standalones.
Here's the granddaddy of all perennial coneflowers - the rosy purple flowers with non-drooping petals. Give it room as it spreads by seed. Bees and butterflies will thank you daily during the blooming months, June thru September.
A coneflower with a deep purple-pink bloom. Flowers are 3-4 inch diameter on stiff, well branched stems atop a short, stocky plant.
Here's a reliable perennial for your wildflower display. Or you can integrate it with more formal settings as a floral splurge! Each flower stem produces a single bloom with yellow petals around a brown cone-shaped seed head. It is very drought tolerant. This yellow beauty will spread its seeds and flourish.
You will be seeing huge, flat flower heads of rose-pink, blooming June thru August. The stems grow 18-24inches. This variety of the coneflower perennial is drought tolerant, works well as a cut flower and spreads by seed. If you cut the flowers be sure to leave some to re-seed the area, provided you've allowed for the knee-high to expand!
A revolution in Heuchera genetics! You’ll be amazed at the unbelievable flower production of our new ‘Berry Timeless’. A myriad of light pink flowers which age to a deeper rose red are produced in tight wands on 18-20” scapes.
What is so remarkable is what happens when the flowers are spent—they dry in place on the stems similar to what Statice does instead of falling off and leaving bare stems, thus the reference to the everlasting flowers in its name. You’ll get a two toned look of light and dark pink flowers on the same plant for a strong show of color. Even better, this plant blooms and reblooms continuously, not in waves, from early summer to frost!
This coral bell forms a dense habit of jet black leaves with purple undersides. It keeps its intense color even in full sun!
This Coral Bell forms a clump of iridescent purple leaves with black veining throughout. Foliage creates a pewter overlay with cream colored flowers in the summer.
A popular coral bell, chosen for its beautiful dense foliage. Forms large fuzzy leaves ranging from apricot to amber.
Peach colored leaves with a light silver overlay create a spectacular display. Makes a great specimen plant!
A very uniform Coral Bell that boasts thick, vibrant grape purple leaves. It develops a bright silver overlay during the heat of the summer.
The leaves on this coral bell start out as chartreuse in the spring, and turn lime green in the summer. Wide clusters of pink flowers appear all summer long!
Bright purple leaves with charcoal gray veining form a dense, colorful mound. Dark burgundy buds open to rosy pink flowers for even more color in the summer!
A yellow leafed variety of coral bell blooming pink. Can tolerate more sun than typical purple leaf varieties.
Saucy is a word to describe this coral bell, a slightly ruffled foliage of purple, bronze , silver or chartuese. This semi-evergreen needs very little space as its habitat. You can use them in a variety of settings.
Start and end your summer with this brilliant purple foliage. It peaks with white blooms in June and July. Overall this perennial grows to 12-18 inches tall and makes quite a statement for a relatively small perennial.
A great coreopsis with large white blooms with a burgundy center. Forms a compact low mound.
This threadleaf Coreopsis is covered in deep red to ruby flowers all summer. Flowers cover the deep green, threadleaf, and tightly mounding foliage.
The folks who name the specific variety of the coreopsis perennials are very imaginative. That's so much better than calling it "tickweed", the common name. Mercury Rising yields velvety wine red 1.5-2 " flowers. Blooms May thru September on thread-leaf foliage. You wonder what that means? Stems have threadlike leaves - very narrow.
Zagreb is considered a dwarf coreopsis - a perennial reaching a height of 12-18 inches. Needing dry to medium watering and full sun you will be pleased to learn it thrives in poor, sandy or rocky areas as long as there is good drainage. You can trim it back late in the summer and find it blooming again in the fall. The trimming also helps to"contain" the plant in its area.
A dwarf flowering crab tree that has a rounded shape and thick, leathery, dark green leaves with a touch of burgundy. The flowers are fuchia-pink on white and produce a rich burgundy colored fruit.
A flowering crab that is vase-shaped that blooms white star-shaped flowers, that have bright yellow centers. The fall colors is beautiful bright yellow-orange with a hint of purple. The fruit are tiny and golden.
This crabapple features purple foliage that retains great color throughout the summer. It also has magenta-pink flowers in the spring and an orange-red fall color!
Small, slow growing tree with fragrant, usually alternate year, profuse rosy pink blossoms turning white. During the summer it delivers red fruit for the birds to enjoy through the fall. Grows 6-8 ft tall spreading 10-15 ft. It can be grown as a dwarf or a dense, spreading shrub if that is your need. You may decide to use it near fencing or as a border, property dividing tree/shrub.
Although we named just one there are many (Spring Snow, Snow Drift, Sugar Thyme) and they are disease resistant, each growing approximately15 ft tall. Beautiful white blooms open in spring (April) and are followed by small, showy berry-like fruit on Snow Drift and Sugar Thyme!
From mid-summer to early fall, Tonto, a low-spreading crape myrtle produces an endless and spectacular bloom of crinkly, crepe-papery, white flowers. Reddish-purple fall foliage color is an additional bonus. It's a good standalone shrub in a protected location but also is a friendly addition to a group. Whether you have one or a hundred they will be appreciative of a good winter mulching!
Nothing but the best, these steps are split-faced and tumbled on both sides. Each step is 40 inches long X 20 inches deep X 7 inches high. No need to be concerned about them shifting ; they weigh 481 pounds each! These steps come in a variety of color options.
Somebody we know says this is her favorite tree and with good reason. First it grows fast (she's impatient) and 50-70 ft tall. It has delicate, fern-like foliage (she is a fern fanatic), light green needle-like leaves. Come fall the leaves turn coppery-bronze in fall. There are few problems associated with this deciduous tree (she likes that). The good news is, we can put Bald Cypress in your yards and you can mark it as your favorite too!
In all seriousness, this tree has been around, well, almost since time began. It likes full sun and is easily transplanted although if you're moving remember it grows really fast and can be up to 100 feet high. It is a great tree, make that a great big tree. It's look is timeless; fits in the big open and well-drained spaces . Bright green feathery leaves and peeling bark. Leaves look like evergreen needles but it is deciduous.
Unpredictable, teasing, ever-changing...sounds like a perky/quirky friend and that's just what this will be. The perennial daylily known as "Special" is; it produces masses of a variety of colors of flowers, ranging from purple, pink, red, peach, and orange. Once it is all grown up it is16-30 inches tall. The vibrancy show runs June through July.
When you say "daylily" most people envision Stella. Yell it our "STELLA"! There, now you feel better and can set about making the decision as to how many of this dwarf ever-blooming daylily you are going to add this year. It's a keeper - time has proven that. The flowers are gold, thus Stella's last name of de Oro. Very carefree plant! Translate that to be spunky. You'll see these ablaze in many lawns, looking up to the younger models but holding their ground firmly committed to being beautiful.
These are the caps for diamond block walls. The dimensions are 16 x 12 x 3 5/8. They come in a variety of colors. These are very important in finishing work, topping off the wall to make it a real winner!
We may provide you with extra large cap for diamond blocks. 3" thick x 18" x 13". 44 pounds each. Colors choices: oakstone, pecan, and pewter. They make a lasting impression. Use them in areas where you have a large wall and where you may want to set big planters!
You may have the need for a large wall that has a bit of a formal look to it, yet fits into your landscape in a very natural way. We offer a pre-cast concrete retaining wall system that is recommended for larger walls. Each block is 8 inches thick, 18 inches long, and 12 inches deep. Each piece weighs 74 pounds. Colors include oakstone and pecan. This block must have a cap which is a diamond block cap.
Pre-cast concrete retaining walls work best. Due to the way the wall is installed and the consistency of the product there is less risk of breakdown than with natural rock. Each block is 6 inches height x 16 long x 12 deep. Each piece weights 64 pounds. These come in gray and tan colors with blends also available.
Hefty, substantial, idea steps form the stairway system for diamond block walls. The dimensions are 16" x 12" x 6". We'll create a dramatic effect where your wall(s) are by adding steps!
Your rock garden is begging for this perennial which looks like a dwarf carnation. Flowers range from pink to red starting in June and lasting through August. The complimentary foliage is blue-green.Attractive blue-green evergreen foliage. Long flowering red to pink blooms June thru August. Since it grows 6-12 inches tall we consider it a ground cover and you should consider it for lots of different places!
Carnation-like flowers boast deep red flowers with light pink edges. These fully double flowers appear above narrow, blue-green foliage.
This handsome small tree is covered with outstanding white star-like blooms about a month later than traditional dogwoods. Strawberry-like fruit decorates this tree in the fall. Lustrous dark green leaves turn red in the fall. It has a great form, loves partial shade or full sun, and provides year-round interest!
This very attractive bloomer has what some call "biscuit shaped" blossoms in Mid-late April. Nice green leaves all summer that turn reddish-purple in fall. Gets red cluster of showy berries, all for our bird friends. Nice branching structure--somewhat horizontal. Prefers a protected location ( from the wind) with shade to part shade. Holds up well as a show piece against snow.
This upright growing shrub has dark black foliage with contrasting pink flowers (lemon-scented) appearing in late spring. These disappear and berries appear! Best fruit crops appear when there's more than one planted so go for two!
Beauty meets utility in this heat and drought tolerant elm. Its adaptability and mannerly, vase-shaped growth habit result in an easily grown, premium shade tree. Highly resistant to disease and insect attack, it adapts to varied growing conditions and pH levels, and thrives in tough urban settings.
True to its name, Emerald Sunshine® Elm thrives in the hot summer sun while casting cool green shade. Leaves retain their fresh, green appearance through the hot days of summer, when drying winds cause damage to less heat-adapted trees. Strongly textured foliage emerges with red tints and matures to a deep, rich green. Fall color is rich yellow, sometimes with purple tints on the tips and along the margins.
Leaves are also highly resistant to the feeding of elm leaf beetles, according to university researchers conducting a 10-year nationwide performance trial. In addition to warding off insect attacks, this versatile performer resists Dutch Elm Disease and Phloem Necrosis.