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This bashful cup-shaped flower is also known as a lenten rose. Blooms yellow, pink, purple and dark red in early February thru May or June. Grows to 12-24 inches tall at maturity. Works well as a cut flower. Use it as a ground cover. Keep it near the house so you can enjoy the blooms on those endless late winter days. You'll know spring is on its way!
A graceful, shade-loving evergreen tree with good green foliage. It prefers protection from strong winds. This allows it to grow up to 80 ft tall at maturity - and it grows fast! The slightly drooping branches contribute to its genteel appearance.
A perennial cross between coral bell and tiarella brings the best of both to your garden. Bright yellow leaves are decorated with dark red blotches appearing in the center and running through the veins.
A hardy hibiscus that is compact in size! The flower buds are nearly black and open to a deep scarlet red that are 7-8 inches in diameter. The leaves are leathery and maple like with a hint of purple.
This Hibiscus is perfect for a smaller garden! 'Perfect Storm' only reaches 36", but still has all of the beauty and color of your typical hibiscus. The 8" flowers are white to pink, with a bright red center that radiates out.
Showy ruffled, bright pink flowers with a white bull's eye and a cherry red center. The flowers are 8-10 inch in size! The leaves are maple like and green.
A densely compact hardy hibiscus that blooms a lavender pink and has midnight olive foliage. A show stopper!
A dense broadleaf evergreen with dark green foliage. There is a China Boy and a China Girl which leads us to explain that owners need one male to pollinate females. The females produce the true, rich red berries appearing during fall and winter. As one would expect, these are winter-hardy!
This medium - large shrub reaches 8 ft tall. With proper pollination the females produce profuse showy, bright red berries which remain all winter. This adds a colorful impact to the winter landscape but it is truly an interesting shrub year round. Southern Gentleman is a male pollinator for this holly. You'll have the greatest success when you plant this in moist soil!
A fast growing shade tree with fine leaves that produce a light filtered shade. Grows 35-70 ft tall. Fall color is yellow. It may prove useful in erosion areas, as an ornamental tree, as a windbreak - or just because you like the contrast of the fine leaves to the hard, coarse-grained wood. The pods provide nourishment for outdoor animals.
A great choice for a naturalized area. Serrated, elliptical-oval, dark green leaves which change to yellows-oranges,red and purples adorn the global shape. This tree tolerates shade and moist areas. This tree has been used to make bowls and tool handles in years gone by.
A quick growing hosta that has long tapered leaves with bright green margins and white centers. This hosta matures to a gracefully arching mound. Light lavender flowers.
Heart-shaped leaves feature wide, yellow margins on striking green leaves. Forms an upright mound to create a beautiful specimen plant in the landscape.
Leaves first emerge as frosty blue-green with wide yellow margins in spring; then turn green with creamy white margins in the summer. The striking colors that this hosta creates are a beautiful addition to any landscape!
Hosta is the best group of plants for shade and this is an excellent example of how a shade area can flourish! Large leafy perennial with blue foliage. You'll find it blooms July thru August, lovely flowers but still this one is grown primarily for the leaves. Grows 36-48 inches tall making it one of the largest hostas you'll ever own.
This is a type of Halcyon hosta. It has extra wide creamy white borders and a blue center in spring. Margins brighten to white and may develop a green blush while the center turns blue-green in summer. Its lavender flowers make their appearance mid-summer which only further serves to label this plant as a delight to the eyes.
This hosta forms a large clump of thick, heavily corrugated leaves. The leaves have a golden center with green margins. White flowers accompany this hosta in mid-summer.
This hosta has long, narrow green leaves with a wide, white center. It's a fast grower with lavender flowers on 22 inch scapes in the summer.
This hosta can easily be distinguished by its coarsely wavy leaves. It forms a cute miniature clump of thick, blue-green to green leaves and matures into a small, compact mound that is just the right size for troughs or the front of the border.
Perfectly proportioned scapes carry the lavender flowers in early summer.
This hosta has a mound-like form with rippled, narrow leaves. The golden color of this hosta is brightest when grown in areas that receive morning sun. Lavender flowers accompany the leaves in mid-summer.
A unique yellow hosta that emerges bright yellow and remains yellow all season. Large leaves display a pie crust edge.
Go for this knockout hosta! Perfect in your perennial garden, this is a type of Blue Angel hosta. Large, heart-shaped, blue-green leaves with wide, creamy-white/yellow margins.
Who'd have thought there would be a hosta so large? This one is an impressive giant, named in honor of the only woman emperor of China. It towers over others, has a rich, deep, full green leaf. Give it plenty of room! It is a highly sought hosta. Where is yours going?
Hosta la vista - or something like that (smile). The huge apple-green/guacamole colored leaves display with dark green streaks. Leaf centers become brighter gold in summer. Fragrant white flowers add to the showiness.
A magnificent blue hosta which holds its color longer than many other blues. A bit of morning sun enhances the coloring. Its powdery, steel blue leaves are of heavy substance. this is one of the best available. Pair it with some Brunnera.
A hosta with wide, bright blue margins and apple green streaks, thru the creamy white leaf centers. The leaves are heavy.
This hosta forms a mound of cream to white leaves with blue-green margins and a dash of green. The flowers are pale lavender.
Pointed leaves have attractive gold center with a blue-green margin. This hosta grows 12 inches tall having violet flowers. Slug resistant.
This brightly colored hosta has chartreuse leaves that turn yellow in summer. The leaves are heavily textured and round. Pale lavender flowers on a medium sized hosta.
A hosta with beatiful gold leaves with streaked, blue-green margin; variegation gets bolder later n spring. Slug resistant.
Dark green leaves with white streaked margins. Somewha tsun tolerant and very distinctive. Lavender flowers.
Leaves are blue-green with a chartreuse center in spring. By summer, they turn dark green and centers brighten to gold.
This unique hosta exhibits incredibly variegated, shiny foliage. The bright yellow leaves of good substance have dark green margins that jet into the center, and the center brightens to creamy white in summer. It forms a medium sized mound of attractive foliage in the landscape.
In late summer, showy red scapes carry the dark lavender, tubular flowers.
Vase shaped with blue leaves and yellow variegation. Slug resistant. Grows to 36 inches at maturity. Flower stalks grow to 60 inches tall.
A thick leafed hosta with broad dark green leaves, cream centered speckled with green. Lavender flowers.
You have to feel it to believe it! “The texture and substance of the leaves remind you of a rhino’s hide—thick and unusual”. Slugs can’t touch ‘Rhino Hide’!
Leaves of extremely thick substance have wide, blue margins and a narrow, light green center that brightens to yellow. They are cupped and puckered, forming a medium to large sized clump in the landscape. White flowers top the scapes in early to midsummer.
This durable hosta exhibits greater sun tolerance than many other hostas, though partial shade is still best.
A vase shaped plant having heart-shaped leaves, frosty green centers with yellow on edges. Slug resistant. Grows to 28 inches at maturity.
Chartreuse green rounded leaves. Slug resistant. Relatively sun tolerant. Grows to 36 inches at maturity.
Imagine a little girl with long, curly locks twirling around on a merry go round, her hair waving in the wind. That’s the visual I get when I think of the delightfully ruffled leaves of this fun new Hosta.
Extremely ruffled, cream colored margins extend from the tip of each green leaf all the way down the petiole to the crown. This ruffled margin is evident even in the juvenile stage of the plant before vernalization. The leaves of this medium sized hosta are of excellent substance, making them slug resistant in the landscape.
Light lavender flowers appear atop purple scapes in midsummer.
Prolific reblooming hydrangea! It blooms vibrant fushia-pink summer to fall. Compact shrub maturing at 4-6 ft.
A rounded shrub growing 4 ft tall that flowers white in July and August. Thrives in sun or shade! Cut to ground in late winter and will flower on new wood.
This beautiful hydrangea boasts pink, violet or blue flowers against glossy green leaves. It's heat tolerance is above average, so it can be planted in an area with a little more sun than most hydrangeas can tolerate!
Endless Summer might be considered the crowned jewel among big leafed hydrangea. Large showy mophead blooms until autumn frost. Blue or pink blooms depending on soil ph. Requires lots of water! Very cold hardy.
This Hydrangea has thick, sturdy stems that boast pure white panicles which turn rich pink by fall. Reaching up to 6 ft tall, this hydrangea makes a great backdrop in the landscaping!
One of the best small summer flowering shrubs with fluorescent pink blooms that will not turn blue. Glossy, dark green foliage provides the perfect background for the flowers. Grows 3' tall with an equal spread.
If you liked the Annabelle Hydrangea you will love Incrediball. It's stems are stronger and it has the familiar white mophead blooms.
A eblooming hydrangea with beautiful large flowers that change from pink green to pink and then back to gren. Dark green foliage adds to the beauty. 2-3 ft tall.
This hydrangea stands 3 to 4 feet tall with clusters of showy white flowers. A cold hardy, vigorous, and rounded grower to add to your garden!
An extraordinary hydrangea that produces abundant, exquisite, bright lime-green flowers from mid to late summer. Drought tolerant.
Smaller version of 'Limelight' Hydrangea. Blooms a large limey-white flower most of the summer. Drought tolerant for a Hydrangea.