A versatile performer displaying profuse, hot pink, semi-double blooms with golden yellow stamens in the center and glossy, dark green foliage. Flowers are perfect for cutting. Excellent choice for a colorful low hedge, espalier or high profile groundcover. Early to mid season bloomer. Evergreen.
The best compact form of Andorra grown with dense branching and a full center. Its bright green summer foliage turns rich bronze-purple in winter. This vigorous grower matures at 18 inches high and spreads to 6 feet.
A spectacular very low trailing Juniper, with definite silver-blue color. Good growth habit with a full center. Excellent for a groundcover or bank planting. Grows to a height of 6 to 8 inches and spreads 6 to 8 feet.
Pink-tipped white flowers bloom in summer on long pendant arches, with individual flowers resembling small seashells. Shiny, long, 3 to 4-inch wide leaves are fragrant and variegated with irregular green/yellow stripes. Grows 4 to 5 feet tall and wide.
A sturdy upright grower with a spreading canopy reaching a height of 15 to 20 feet and a width of 18 feet. New growth is a bright orange-red rather than purple-red, turning green-red in mid to late summer, and finally bright scarlet by fall.
Growing 50 to 80 feet and spreading 40 to 60 feet, the Red Maple does well under varying conditions. A good tree in moist or poorly drained soil. Showy red foliage makes this an extremely desirable tree.
A great shrub with bright multi-color leaves that are yellow with green centers when young, maturing to ivory and green. Produces light pink flowers through the summer and fall. A moderate grower reaching 4 to 5 feet tall and wide.
This Abelia is characterized by its compact growth habit. Its foliage is green and white variegated with pink coloring on young leaves and pink-white flowers. Blooms through summer and autumn.
Ideal as a low-growing hedge in the landscape, Sunshine Ligustrum offers year-round golden foliage that flourishes in full sun. This sterile, non-invasive cultivar will not re-seed into the landscape. In fact, it doesn’t bloom at all, which is good news for allergy sufferers!
Double apricot colored flowers begin blooming in spring and display a season-long show of color. It is just as tough and disease resistant as others in the series. Best suited for small gardens or along paths and walkways.
A wonderful New Zealand, red, dessert apple with a distinctive yellow blush. Showy clusters of lightly scented blush pink flowers in spring which produces edible fruit in autumn. This early harvest variety requires a different selection of the same species growing nearby in order to set fruit. Good pollenizer for other varieties. Recommended chill: Less than 500 hours.
Especially suited to warm winter gardens! Anna produces large, crisp apples with light greenish-yellow skin and a slight red blush. Sweet, slightly tart flesh is perfect for fresh eating, cooking and baking. Produces at an early age. Self-fertile, however a pollenizer such as Dorsett Golden will increase production. Recommended chill: 200-300 hours.
The artistic appearance of the rustic, twisted form makes this a useful accent. Does particularly well in coastal environments. Easily adapts to specially trained topiary shapes. Evergreen.
Features large, fragrant, deep red, full peony-form flowers in mid-season against deep evergreen foliage. This Camellia has a vigorous, compact upright growth habit. Grows 6 to 8 feet tall and wide. Prune to maintain desired shape and size on espalier.
Spectacular show of double, white flowers with yellow stamens bloom fall through winter. A spreading willowy growth habit matures at 4 to 5 feet tall and wide. Also known as White Doves. Perfect as a specimen or in borders.
This Camellia features semi-double and glowing rosy-pink flowers on a low and compact growing plant for a spectacular fall floral show. This moderate grower averages 4 to 5 feet tall and 6 to 8 feet wide. May grow 10 to 15 feet tall and wide in some conditions.
A spreading, semi-upright evergreen shrub. Moderate grower, tolerating many difficult situations. Brown scales on the stems, new growth and silvery scales on the underside of leaves. Reaching heights of 8 to 10 feet and spreading 8 to 10 feet.
A sun-loving, drought resistant plant that matures at 10 to 15 feet tall and wide. Masses of scarlet Bottlebrush-like flowers bloom in the spring and summer. It is resistant to deer.
An evergreen shrub with rich reddish purple new foliage that matures to purple-green. Flowers are hot pink and open sporadically through the growing season. Mature size will range from 6 to 10 feet tall and wide.
Peach Drift® Rose is one of the most floriferous dwarf shrubs available. Soft peach blooms cover the plant from mid-spring to the first hard freeze of late Fall. Peach Drift® Rose pairs well with perennials in any landscape. Exhibits strong disease resistance. Great groundcover! Full sun.
Big dark red double flowers appear in early spring. Drought-tolerant once established, this plant may be pruned after flowering. Bright spring color. Good cut flower. Thornless, deer-resistant and does not set fruit.
A more upright habit, supporting shiny, dark green leaves and fragrant, white 2 to 3 inch flowers make this a fine hedge or foundation plant that thrives with more direct sun than other varieties. Flower buds resist late spring frosts without damage.
Duchess of Edinburgh graces its vine with fine lovely double white petals. The sparkling white blossoms open in May and June, then reappear in September. Rosette-shaped double white flowers with yellow anthers are 4-6" across.
All-America Selections winner for 2010. Berry beautiful and berry prolific, this ruby-toned beauty produces a floriferous flurry of rose-purple 3-4" flowers with dark rose centers. This outstanding new variety, an AAS winner for 2010, produces a continuous flower show through the summer. Full-bodied, well-branching 20-24" plants require little dead-heading or upkeep.
What could be sweeter than a honey-scented Alyssum that blooms from planting until hard frost without deadheading? Lobularia Snow Princess doesn’t set seed and is more heat tolerant, so its snowballs of tiny white flowers just keep coming. Let is exuberant abundance spill from baskets or large planters and perfume your terrace all season long.