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This dwarf hydrangea is an early bloomer, producing beautiful white flowers at least a month before most hydrangeas. These white blooms turn pink-red as the summer progresses.
This mophead, blue blooming Hydrangea is a repeat bloomer. Treat the soil with alkaline for pink blooms, treat with miracid for a deeper blue bloom. Flowers on old and new wood! 4-6 ft tall x 4-6 ft spread.
Here is a showy shrub for ALL seasons! Springtime finds it spreading branches dramatically and then come summertime the huge white blooms appear. By fall they turn delicately pink, a major contrast to other fall colors. The large green oak-like, textured leaves turn deep reddish purple in the fall. Grows 4-6 ft tall. It's a favorite!
If you're already a lover of Hydrangeas, this gorgeous variety is a must-have. If you're new to gardening, you might as well start with an easy-to-grow shrub with blooms that will absolutely blow you away! From late spring or early summer through fall, you'll be dazzled by wide bloom heads filled with petals of lime green accented with deep pink. You truly do have to see these flowers to believe them!
Extremely eye-catching and unique, this hydrangea looks simply amazing anywhere you place it. Plant one as a focal point in your partly shaded garden or place a few in containers around your patio for a display that will have the entire neighborhood talking!
It's appropriate that this reblooming Hydrangea has the word "sensation" in its name. When you see the blooms appear in summer displaying a lovely shade of lime green, then watch as they slowly age to red, before fading to purple in the fall, "Sensational!" is what you'll say! Growing to a size of about 3 feet high and wide, this is one little shrub you'll want gracing your shade garden or decorating your patio in a favorite container!
A reblooming hydrangea that will adjust color based on soil pH. Mophead flowers will easily shift from pink to rich blue on sturdy, mounding stems.
his fantastic new hardy, reblooming Hydrangea will provide months of enjoyment in the garden! Lovely reddish-pink lacecap flowers create a mass of color in early summer, and continue to bloom right up until frost. The semi-double to double florets begin with creamy coloration in the center before maturing to intense pink. Flowers may shift to blue in acidic soils. Deciduous.
Twist-n-Shout produces abundant blooms on old and new wood all summer long. Lacy, deep-pink centers are surrounded by gorgeous blossoms of pink or periwinkle blue, depending on soil type. Sturdy red stems and deep green foliage add accents and appeal.
Right away you think of scoops of ice cream - big scoops of vanilla piled high on an upright, vase-shaped shrub. Blossoms turn early strawberry pinkish then mature strawberry red. You'll have a very showy hydrangea!
Green flowers turn to white and bloom all summer long. The near-black stems create a contrast to really make the blooms pop!
This beautiful hydrangea makes an excellent specimen plant in the garden, as it reaches 6 to 8 feet tall. Blooms first emerge pure white, then turn bright pink, and eventually age to a dark-red pink.
Dark green foliage is the background for these bright pink/blue blooms. This lacecap hydrangea blooms on new wood, and will stand 2 to 3 feet tall.
The 1/2" wide leaves make a sturdy, upright clump. Emerging blooms present rich, deep blue flowers during May and June. Overall the mature plant reaches a superb height of 24-36 inches. Many years it is fortunate that it can tolerate wet conditions! This Iris makes a lasting floral statement, in the yard or as a cut flower.
A tall bearded iris that is various colors and veining. Reblooms in fall. Easy to grow.
Elegant, gently swaying stems support charming lavender to pink flowers. As one of the members of the Siberian Iris clan it stretches above, achieving a height of 36".
This iris is a form of Japanese Iris, growing to 24". Its royalty inspired deep purple flowers will give you pause from May to June and the lush variegated foliage serve the reigning flowers throughout the season.
We'll construct an arbor for you, made from iron and used as an archway over a path. Once we have it in place we can plant the climbing vines you select so they grow to further enhance the arbor's beauty. Most of our arbors are approximately 7 feet high and 4-6 feet wide. We offer several styles because we make them here!
You may decide what will be the finishing touch to your landscaped area is an iron fence, a piece or a section or an enclosure. Each section is approximately 3-4 feet in length and height ranges are from 20-36 inches. We offer several styles from which you will be able to choose and from there we determine how much you will need! Easy elegance is on its way to your place.
A handmade iron structure specifically used for climbing vines may range from 20-60 inches in height.
A handmade iron product with a topiary base and a globe sphere on top. It's not likely you'll be growing anything to cover this so let's just settle on it being yard art - an up and coming addition to any landscape.
A handmade iron trellis used for climbing vines or old-fashioned climbing roses, or clematis, or even grapes! Trellis is 4 ft. tall.
Here's an idea - get an itea for your medium to wet soil area, be it in full sun or partial shade. It can adapt to mostly shade if it must but keep it in a moist area. It's extremely compact and round with fragrant, tiny white flowers on cylindrical shaped stems. They cover the shrub when they bloom in the late spring and early summer! Keep an eye on the leaves for they turn radiant shades of red, purple and orange for fall delights, often lasting well into winter.
If it is a ground cover you are in the market for then this evergreen English Ivy will be an excellent choice. Why? Well, it grows quickly, spreads rapidly, does great in shady areas but will grow in sunny spots, and the birds help spread the seeds! Its glossy dark green leaves grow 6-8 inches tall giving it depth as well as coverage. What do you do? You direct it to where you want it to serve its purpose. (You may read that as "where you can't mow".)
A somewhat oval shape is the hallmark of this lilac, along with its compactness. Large showy and fragrant flowers appear at a young age, along with deep green leaves. The flowers are a creamy white and fragrant. Besides bringing sheer pleasure for the senses this serves well as a windbreak and as a nesting stopover for songbirds!
Produces violet-rose flowers in July through October which look terrific in woody areas or full woodlands, wet meadows, along streams and in thickets. Requires constant moist soil. Varieties grow from 2-5 feet tall. The flowers have a vanilla scent and they are "magnets" for butterflies!
Naturally low-growing (2-4') and wide-spreading (6') this self-shaped, drooping tipped evergreen shrub displays green needles with fantastic yellow highlights throughout! You'll enjoy its coloration all year long.
This low spreading Juniper has a tight growth habit and a beautiful greyish-blue color.
Here's a tolerant evergreen which is easy to grow in full sun; it works in windy spots well. Bearing a finely textured blue-grey foliage, it will reach 18-24 inches in height with a 3-6ft spread. The naturalness of its growth makes it look right at home and comfy where it is! Beautiful blue berries add color throughout winter.
An evergreen perennial with Old World fragrant flowers. Blooms deep purple flowers June-August. Grows 12-18 inches tall. This versatile plant is terrific for plenty of "projects" or to just enjoy. Alkaline soil, in a well-drained and setting with sunshine, contributes to its hardy growth. Put it on your list to prune in the spring. Yours will be a timeless beauty!
This early blooming variety of lavender produces rich violet purple flower spikes on top of a compact mound of grey-green foliage. Flowering begins in early summer, creating a "must have" for any sunny garden!
Mossy, light gray to brown with lichens on some. Very weathered and natural looking, great for water features, outcroppings, small walls, and accents.
If you love putting together bouquets you will find this a particularly beautiful addition to them. The stiff, erect purple or white flower spikes grow 24 inches tall. Also known as Gayfeather. Bloom June-August. Leave it out in the garden and you'll find the butterflies love it as much as you do. Consider your entire flower garden a huge bouquet, relax, admire!
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BLOOMERANG is a reblooming dwarf lilac that matures to only 3-4’ tall. Purple-pink, sweetly-fragrant, single flowers arranged in dense, terminal clusters cover this shrub with a profuse bloom in late April and May with continued rebloom into August. Elliptic-ovate, dark green leaves.
Size matters. This smaller sized lilac, in a shrub version, offers an abundance of flowers in mid to late spring. The buds are almost as pretty as the flowers, going from pink to purple. Ah, but the fragrance - powerful and huge! Great things do come in small packages!
A more traditional, upright growing lilac with dark leaves and arching branches bursts forth with a profusion of fragrant lilac-purple blossoms in the spring. It worships full sun and well-drained soil. Cottage gardens are perfect for this tree but then so are borders, groupings, informal hedges, standalone specimen - versatility rules!
A truly old-fashioned lilac reaching 10-15 ft in height. It bears matchless fragrant purple flowers in May. Give it plenty of sun and good air - out in the open in other words. There's nothing common about it so let it be a show piece.
Small grass like perennial with variegated green/yellow foliage. The blooms look like purple grape hyacinths. Grows 9-12 inches tall, blooms July-August.
This variety of Lupine grows shorter than most, getting up to 24" tall. Flowers bloom about two weeks earlier than other Lupine, in a mix of blue, purple, yellow, red pink, and even bicolored flowers!
People love this plant! It is immensely attractive, bearing beautiful pink-purple spiky perennial that gets 36-60 inches tall. It blooms May-September and therefore often works well as a cut flower. Lythrum loves water!!! Read that as: It spreads and we do not recommend you plant near waterways.
A beautiful pink-purple spiky perennial. The same perennial as regular lythrum except a dwarf variety only reaching 24-30 inches tall. It blooms May thru September. Works well as a cut flower. Lythrum loves water!!! Do not plant near waterways.
This beautiful Magnolia buds with a wonderful soft-yellow bloom that is perfect for Spring!
You'll find this medium growth tree (20-25 ft tall) gorgeous to look at early in the spring. It provides tulip-like pink blooms in early spring before the leaves appear. What a way to welcome a new season of growth! Grows slow.
This large shrub or small tree is multi-stemmed. Blooms fragrant, star shaped white flowers in early spring before it leafs out. Since it reaches only 10-15 feet in height and does so slowly you'll be able to enjoy the fragrance fully!
This red maple is noted as having excellent, scarlet fall color that develops about two weeks earlier than other similar maples. Makes an excellent specimen tree for a sunny area in the lawn, that is easily grown in a wide range of soil conditions.
Rich and zesty red, orange and yellow combine to create one of fall's most spectacular visual displays. Leathery glossy green leaves are beautiful in summer too. A rapid grower compared to other Sugar Maples, it matures at 50-75 feet in height with a 50 foot spread.
A hardy, medium growing variety of maple, with strong wood. This tree has dark green leaves that change to a red, yellow, or orange in the fall. It has a oval to rounded shape. It provides dense shade, has a shallow root system, and can be transplanted easily while at a manageable size. Consider it a "landscape" tree for it is attractive 3 seasons of the year. Or let others truly enjoy it and use it close to the street for curb appeal.
This is a medium-sized, red maple with a beautiful fall color. It's seedless, which means it won't drop the "helicopters" that other maples drop! The perfect tree if you love the beauty of maples, but hate cleaning up after them.
Trident maple or also know as the three-toothed maple is native to China, Korea and Japan. It is a small, rounded, deciduous tree that typically grows rather slowly to 20-30’. Triangular, three-lobed leaves (to 3.5” long) are glossy green above and pale green beneath. Variable but usually attractive fall color features shades of dark red and orange. Exfoliating bark will develop on mature trunks.
Here is a tree that stands out in its field - well, in its yard may be the better way to say it. In spite of being small it has huge dramatic presence in its coloration. As a multi-stemmed tree it reaches 15 ft tall. Medium growth rate. Can handle part shade.