A massively awesome specimen or mass planting with gigantic, glossy, puckered leaves painted grassy green on top and the color of molten, milk chocolate on the back.
Another fantastic addition to the Masquerade™ series, Zulu Mask is certain to capture the attention of onlookers! Leaves are long, narrow and deeply lobed, and can reach 2’ in length. Architecturally striking, each leaf is dark-green with white veins and has a dark maroon underside. A robust grower, this plant is very tolerant of rot, and should overwinter well in all of zone 8. Plants perform best in full sun to part shade, and are the perfect choice for containers and tropical displays.
A massively awesome specimen or mass planting with gigantic, glossy leaves grayish-green surface and creamy milk chocolate undersides.
An upright, urn-shaped Aloe, ‘Hedgehog’ blooms with spikes of coral-red flowers in spring and again in late summer. The perfect plant for hot, dry locations, this attractive succulent makes quite an impression in the front border or as a container specimen, offering months of vibrant color.
This new astilbe grows as strong as ‘Visions' yet has a soft peach bloom like ‘Peach Blossom'. The glaucous, lacey foliage will add throughout the summer and into the fall.
Small and beautiful, like so many treasures in Japanese culture, Canzonetta makes the perfect ground cover, with virtually no pruning necessary. Tea-cup shaped, rose-pink flowers are large relative to the overall plant, and are known to bloom for 4–5 weeks. Dark-green, glossy leaves turn a rich, wine-red in winter, providing yet another performance from this remarkable, cold hardy selection.
Another diminutive grower, from the Kimono series, Fairy Pillow will be covered with pure white, semi-double flowers for more than two weeks in spring. Glossy-green, eye-catching foliage grows like small pillows in the landscape, making this an excellent choice for the front border or container plantings.
The dark carmine-red flowers of Maraschino create a tapestry effect in the landscape. A flawless selection in many ways, this variety will weave its way through garden paths with no concern for it becoming too large for its space.
May Snow is a small grower, forming a dense mound. Large, snowflake-like flowers are pure white, and always facing up as if to garner attention.
The most upright and vigorous in the series, Petticoat often blooms for 3 weeks. Flowers are in proportion to its size, and bloom in profusion. Use en mass to add a burst of color to your garden.
More upright than other selections in the Kimono series, Snow Pearl has a neat, compact habit and glossy green leaves. A nice compliment to ‘Canzonetta’ or ‘Maraschino’.
The foliage on this new brunnera is as thick as cardboard and it holds up way better in the heat and humidity of summer. The blooms on this new selection are two-toned - pink and blue.
Although the foliage is similar to 'Looking Glass', this new selection has much thicker, non-melting foliage and deep blue flowers.
Small Christmas red, fully double blooms decorate the deep olive green, super glossy foliage on this compact plant.
Miniature pink and white bicolor flowers burst into a profusion of bloom in mid October and continue into November providing the landscape with much needed blooms that time of year.
A vigorous, disease resistant grower that forms a tall rounded specimen when mature. Dark green, wavy leaves are distinguishable year round and provide a striking back-drop for the blooms.
Salmon-rose colored peony-like flowers appear in clusters in each stem, early in the sassanqua season, complemented by glossy, bronze new foliage.
This new hardy, fall blooming camellia is a robust grower in containers in the nursery and in the garden. It’s a full, bushy plant with a dense habit, and elegant, formal double carmine pink flowers.
A vigorous upright grower, shiny, dark-green leaves provide a prominent backdrop for the flowers. Fully double white ruffled flowers are outlined with a pencil-thin margin of magenta-pink, a characteristic seldom found in autumn Camellias. Profuse flowering performance begins mid-October and lasts into November. Spent flowers are self-cleaning. New growth is burgundy-red.
The perfect selection for a small garden or a tight spot, this Bride fits in the smallest of wedding dresses. Upright and dense in habit, making it an adequate choice in places other camellias quickly outgrow. A profuse bloomer at an early age, with pure white rose to peony form flowers.
Uniquely large, porcelain-like flowers of soft pink grace the dark green foliage of this selection. A dense grower, with a very upright, habit, Dawn is destined to become one of the top favorites in the October Magic™ series. This is no average Camellia: a slower grower than most, Dawn is a great choice for smaller spaces.
If Mine No Yuki has been your choice for white Camellias, Ivory will keep you from ever looking back. A creamy white, fully double peony-like flower with ruffled petals, similar in flower to ‘Mine-No-Yuki’ with more numerous petals. Ivory is a profuse bloomer with a much more manageable, very vigorous, upright habit, on a bushy and easy to produce plant.
Freya is a sturdy, non-invasive, compact new selection with a multiple stems that hold many deep violet-blue, starry bell-shaped blooms. Hummingbirds will hover around this fantastic new selection.
Viking is a sturdy, non-invasive, sterile new selection with a compact stature and clear lavender, tubular, bell-shaped blooms. Hummingbirds will hover around this fantastic new selection.
This new canna has been indexed virus negative by AG3. It will add bold, strongly colored foliage and constant blooms in medium pink to any summer container or mixed border.
The flowers and foliage of this new canna look a lot like a tropical Bird of Paradise plant. Green and maroon foliage support nearly horizontal, deep tangerine orange blooms on self- cleaning stalks.
A new compact form, with bright-green leaves and lemon-yellow flowers. Lemon Punch brings a piece of the tropics to your back yard. It’s also a prolific bloomer, like its predecessor Orange Punch. This new selection has tested virus negative.
A compact growing form with bright-green leaves, Maui Punch shows off its vibrant, yellow flowers covered with reddish-orange spots. This new selections has tested virus negative.
On hot summer evenings, when the fireflies are flying as well as on Independence Day, children wave bright, hissing handheld sparklers to celebrate the long days of summer and the freedom and happiness of families gathering, or an occasional neighborhood block party. We are so excited about our new line of cannas from tropical plant lover and breeder, Brian Williams, because the flowers are like no other group of cannas we’ve seen and they are reliably hardy to USDA hardiness Zone 7. Canna blooms are often tight and stiff and when they are in full bloom, there’s lots of browning making it difficult to see the fully open flower for each floret opens at its own pace and crowds next one. With the Sparkler series, the blooms are light and airy, with a dainty, firework- like feel. When in full bloom, they stay colorful and clean until the next bloom stalk is ready to shine. These upright beauties make great fillers and thrillers for beds, borders and containers.
On hot summer evenings, when the fireflies are flying as well as on Independence Day, children wave bright, hissing hand held sparklers to celebrate the long days of summer and the freedom and happiness of families gathering, or an occasional neighborhood block party. We are so excited about our new line of cannas from tropical plant lover and breeder, Brian Williams, because the flowers are like no other group of cannas we’ve seen and they are reliably hardy to USDA hardiness Zone 7. Canna blooms are often tight and stiff and when they are in full bloom, there’s lots of browning making it difficult to see the fully open flower for each floret opens at its own pace and crowds next one. With the Sparkler series, the blooms are light and airy, with a dainty, firework- like feel. When in full bloom, they stay colorful and clean until the next bloom stalk is ready to shine. These upright beauties make great fillers and thrillers for beds, borders and containers.
Deep purple foliage and blood-orange blooms make this one of natures's own garden sculptures. The foliage is as dark as Canna 'Intrigue', but the flowers are much more colorful.
A captivating combination or coral and peach will brighten any garden spot or full sun container. The bloom stalks of this new canna look like old fashioned gladilous flowers.
This U.S. native provides a tremendous source of nectar for hummingbirds, butterflies and other pollinators. Magical® Moonlight is a compact form, making it suitable for smaller garden spaces with larger than average fruits.
A tropical look is easier to attain in northern climes because these tubers overwinter in gardens as cold as zone 6. Part of the Tropi-cool Series, these new colocasias have proven themselves to be perennial, even where the soil freezes. They will please gardeners everywhere with their bold color and easy to handle sizes. Bikini-tini stands above the others, literally, growing 5 to 7 feet tall, the upward-facing bluish-gray leaves form cups that show off the dark purple petioles and veins. It's a tetraploid, so it is also strong-stemmed and thick-leaved. For a fun game when it rains., watch the cups of Bikini-tini fill with water, and then tip to pour it out! Children will love this.
A dwarf, clump forming selection showing extremely deep black leaves with a metallic-blue overlay and maroon undersides. Sometimes the leaves lok purple as they change color in the light's reflection
This clumping selection with mottled foliage and striped stems is much more vigorous than 'Mojito'.
Deep, velvety dark green to black elephant ears that can reach 30" long and 24" wide by the end of the summer on a 7-8' tall plant. A breeding breakthrough with truly tropical appeal.
Massive black leaves re particuarly ornate, accented by light green veins and stems. Robust in nature, these 3-4' long leaves are held horizontally like giant fan blades.
Madeira is a compact, black-leaved selection with a luscious, velvety look that everyone wants to touch.
This ginormous hybrid has Colocasia gigantea in it's blood. That means it will grow 6-8' tall in a single season! Leaves are purple-blue in full sun , yet softer purple with a green tint in the shade. The veins emerge light green and fade to deep purple.
Deeply puckered, dark chocolate leaves are supported by strong, near-black stems on a bushy yet compact plant.
Bright lime green leaves are punctuated by a deep red eye and held high about the plant on strong, grass green stems.
A tropical look is easier to attain in northern climes because these tubers overwinter in gardens as cold as zone 6. Part of the Tropi-cool Series, these new colocasias have proven themselves to be perennial, even where the soil freezes. These new beauties will please gardeners everywhere with their bold color and easy to handle sizes. Sangria makes a lovely focal point, sporting vibrant pinkish red petioles, like a rhubarb plant. A closer look reveals the bluish green tint of the leaves and the purple veins that branch throughout the blade. This lovely, clumping colocasia quickly becomes a focal point.
An evergreen Chinese Dogwood with a graceful, yet vigorous habit and loads of flowers. Each branch holds up to 150 white blooms that eventually transform into translucent strawberry-like fruit. Empress of China will light up your partly-shaded garden year-round color and excitement!
This new dwarf echinacea is a grower's dream. With it's uniform habit and pot-full-of-blooms appearance, growers and consumers will not be disappointed. This could very well be the ‘White Swan' replacement we have all been looking for!
A fully double coneflower that will melt your heart with its butter yellow blooms. Short, yet strong ray petals make a crown around the fluffy cone and stand out nicely against the olive green foliage and stems.
Reaching merely 12" tall with brightly colored, dependable blooms, Butterfly Kisses is the perfect addition to the already popular Cone-fections™ Series.
Cleopatra is a strong plant that supports single, lemon yellow blooms. A compact, yet sturdy plants, this new selection will make the perfect 1 gallon plant or middle border mass. Named after a European butterfly of the same color, this new selection will brighten any garden spot.
The first double white echinacea ever! A trendy lime green bloom on a sturdy, floriferous plant. This introduction couldn't have come a t a better time. Lime green is so "in" right now that gardener's are searching for green-blooming plants for their gardens.
Creamy greenish white ray petals surround a fully double lime green cone to give the plant a two-toned effect. Honeydew is a strong, well branched plant with multiple flowers on each stem.
A breakthrough in Echinacea breeding, this first-ever double orange selection is brought to us through the impeccable breeding lines of Arie Blom of AB-Cultivars in The Netherlands. The plant is strong and sturdy with robust, deep greenleaves and thick, strong stems that have maroon markings.
Julia is a strong plant that supports single, tangerine orange blooms. A compact, yet sturdy plants, this new selection will make the perfect 1 gallon plant or middle border mass. Named after a European butterfly of the same color, this new selection will brighten any garden spot.
Marmalade is a strong plant that supports truly double marmalade orange blooms. The color of the blooms is two toned. On some days, and in different light, it will look more tangerine-orange, but on most, it will look just like fresh marmalade from the jar spread onto your Sunday morning toast.
Echinacea purpurea ‘Meringue' is a stout and sturdy plant, growing to only 18" tall and 16-18" wide, this new coneflower will have you dreaming of light, foamy meringue peaks on top of a lemon cream pie.
This could be the best double white echinacea for the mid-border. Milkshake is "regular" sized. It's not tall, it's not dwarf, it's just the right size for all you coneflower traditionalists out there. Blooms are held high on strong, sturdy stems and they do not age until fall. It's as if they are fake flowers.
This double pink beauty offers gardeners a vast improvement over other double flowered echinacea on the market. It is consistently, truly double and it has a wonderful, compact habit with multiple blooms per stem.
Pink Sorbet is every grower and gardener's answer to a super strong stemmed, pink double coneflower. It's the perfect middle of the border pink perennial.
Bright magenta-purple blooms in mass on a compact sturdy plant make for the perfect middle of the border plant. Bees and butterfly love the colorful, numerous flowers.
A short, sturdy new selection with salmon-pink blooms on chocolate stems. Thick, purpurea -like foliage and strong, upright stems make this a perfect middle of the border plant for any sunny garden.
This double white flowered beauty offers gardeners a vast improvement over other double flowered echinacea on the market. It is consistently, truly double and it has a wonderful, compact habit with multiple blooms per stem. It truly is the spitting image of Pink Double Delight, but in white!
Guava Ice has enormous, fully double guava colored blooms on thick, upright stems. It's a unique color, but a super-strong, sturdy plant with loads and loads of four inch diameter blooms.
Southern Belle has flat ray petals that stick out from the fully double, deep magenta colored cone like a formal pink pettiskirt. Arie has infused Echinacea tennesseensis into the mix giving this new selection extreme vigor, amazing bloom power and a super long life.
The violet-purple sepals are the most vivid color of any purple blooming selection on the market and the clump, although not very large when fully grown, grows to a mature size in the first two to three years, so you don’t have to wait forever for it to bulk up - nor is it an aggressive ground cover like some other selections.
Alabaster is even faster to propagate than Purple Pixie. It’s pure, grass green leaves are the perfect backdrop for the large crisp white flowers. The white blooms are accented with a violet purple blush. Alabaster also fills a salable container, bulking up quickly compared to other selections - making it a more attractive, small plant on garden center shelves
Bred by the brilliant breeding team at Kolster BV, in The Netherlands, Everlasting™ Amethyst, Coral, Garnet, Harmony and Ocean combine the bold blooms of cut flowers with the long lasting qualities of a gift item and the hardiness of a shade-loving garden plant all in one.
This underused helenium selection has drumstick shaped ray petals that begin a chocolate-rose color and age to deep rosy-pink with yellow centers. The center (disk) of the flower begins lemony-yellow and ages to a dark chocolaty-red. Each cluster of blooms is held on strong, drought tolerant stems making for quite a specimen in any garden.
One look at the spicy red flowers and the dark chocolate button centers and the deeply colored selection will remind you of a fresh bowl of pic de gallo.
This brightly colored beauty is reminiscent of the afternoon sun - the perfect time for a siesta! Deep golden yellow ray petals surround a chocolaty brown cone to make a lovely two-toned effect.
This new, compact and bushy blooming machine will make you smile. The bright yellow cone and even brighter yellow ray petals are a wonderful contrast to the deep, grass green foliage.
The color of the flowers on Fuego remind us of a fire dancing baton twirler on the beach - a common Mexican cultural performance. The swirling colors will enhance your summer garden.
Sunshine Daydream was found as a branch sport of 'Capenoch Star'. This selection has fully double blooms with petals that re-curve toward the stem. Capenoch Star has small, true sunflower-like blooms. This selection has also been compared to 'Flore Pleno'. Sunshine Daydream has fully rounded, dahlia-like blooms that are smaller in diameter, but much more numerous in quantity. In comparison to 'Loddon's Gold', the blooms of Sunshine Daydream have a much more pincushion or dome-like appearance and a much more uniform shape. This selection is also the most golden-yellow of the three.
Double white flowers bloom in profusion above leathery, dark olive green foliage. This new selection was chosen because it makes a large clump rather quickly both in a pot and in the garden.
Candy Love bursts into bloom with soft,pastel shades of yellow and pink. the strain was sel;ected because it is so incredibly floriferous, even at a young age and because it makes a large clump in the garden in no time.
Snow Love graces the early spring landscape with its creamy white to yellow blooms. As the blooms mature, they develop a celadon green patina and remain attractive on the plant well into spring.
Thick, celery green leaves have an overlay of silver with brightly colored eggplant purple undersides, giving this new selection a multi-dimensional look. This plant is heat and humidity tough and it can withstand the coldest winters. Strong purple stems hold 18" cut flower quality bloom stalks with 8" of sturdy, creamy white bells.
Deep chocolate brown leaves with a slightly luminous, silver overlay make a stunning combination. This pant is heat and humidity tough and can withstand the coldest winters. Thick, sturdy chocolate brown stems hold many creamy-pink bell flowers that make for stunning cut flower displays.
Deep, blueish-green, leathery foliage and 14” pure white wide lace cap blooms make for a stunning combination in any setting. This beautiful native selection stands tall and never flops, even with it’s massive blooms. It’s an upright, yet bushy plant that will stop anyone walking past with it’s truly incredible blooms and stout and sturdy stature.
Cotton candy pink flowers with sweetly ruffled edges rise above strong, dark stems, setting this Everlasting variety apart from all the rest. The flowers age to a soft, celery green, remaining beautiful on the plant or in a vase for weeks.
Everlasting Amethyst has sturdy, long lasting flowers held high on thick, upright stems that begin fuchsia pink or violet blue, depending on the acidity of the soil.
Flowers emerge bright, reddish-pink or blue, depending on the soil acidity, fade to a deeper pink with green highlights, and then finally age to bright lime green with pink edges.
In a harmonious parade of color, they age to a deeper pink or blue tone with green edges, depending on the acidity of the soil, and then fade to a soft celery green, yet remain beautiful on the plant or in a vase for weeks.
Many long-lasting, baby pink, cupped flowers with ruffled edges give the appearance of a bundle of pink umbrellas tied in a bow
This is the most attractive re-blooming hydrangea ever. Not only is it a gorgeous, tough, long-lasting flower, it’s a blooming machine that is certain to please.
Strong, round flowers on sturdy plants begin coral pink or blue, depending on the soil acidity, and over a few weeks time mature to a near red with violet edges, giving the plant lots of dimension and character.
Flowers open the softest lime green and age to a saturated deep green with fire engine red tips.
Perfectly named, Color Fantasy® appears as a jewel in the landscape with red, mophead inflorescence against shiny, emerald green foliage.
A striking combination of crisp white and celery green is softened by the ruffled edges of each flower in this newest selection.
Strong, sturdy stems support large white mop head blooms that age to a lovely celery green.
Strong, sturdy stems support large bubblegum pink mop head blooms that age to a lovely lime green this selection is perfect for gardeners in zones 5 and 6, for it blooms on new as well as old wood, ensuring blooms each and every season.
Strong, sturdy stems support large pure, clear white mop head blooms that age to a lovely lime green.
Strong, sturdy stems support large lavender pink mop head blooms that age to a lovely lime green.
Heads have been turning with the introduction of Everlasting Flame. This sun loving paniculata flashes summer white blooms briefly before turning red. The flower cluster of Everlasting Flame is even shaped like a torch.
This new rust resistant selection has bright yellow flowers in the spring and massive clusters of pumpkin orange colored berries in the fall. A wonderful addition for any the fall planting palette.
This new rust resistant selection has bright yellow flowers in the spring and massive clusters of caramel-orange colored berries in the fall. A wonderful addition for any the fall planting pallete.
This new rust resistant selection has bright yellow flowers in the spring and massive clusters of apple red berries in the fall. A wonderful addition for any the fall planting palette.
This new rust resistant selection has bright yellow flowers in the spring and massive clusters of creamy white colored berries in the fall. A wonderful addition for any the fall planting palette.
This new rust resistant selection has bright yellow flowers in the spring and massive clusters of peachy-pink colored berries in the fall. A wonderful addition for any the fall planting palette.
This new rust resistant selection has bright yellow flowers in the spring and massive clusters of black colored berries in the fall. A wonderful addition for any the fall planting palette.
This new rust resistant selection has bright yellow flowers in the spring and massive clusters of lime green colored berries in the fall. A wonderful addition for any the fall planting palette.
This new rust resistant selection has bright yellow flowers in the spring and massive clusters of tangerine orange colored berries in the fall. A wonderful addition for any the fall planting palette.
This new rust resistant selection has bright yellow flowers in the spring and massive clusters of peachy-pink berries in the fall. Like a bouquet of fresh picked mini peaches for your garden or table. A wonderful addition for any the fall planting palette.
Soft yellow flowers that mature to long lasting, peachy-pink fruits reminiscent of a basket of freshly picked ripe peaches.
Bright yellow flowers are followed by long-lasting, luscious, creamy-white fruits on a tough, rust resistant plant. The fruits of this plant look like mini cones topped in French vanilla ice cream.
Bright yellow spring flowers are followed by even brighter, long lasting, fire- engine red fruits that pair perfectly with autumn’s oranges, maroons and yellows
Everlasting Sunshine is a bright and sunny selection with golden blooms in spring and then rounded fruits that look a lot like ripe lemons in late summer.
Plump, mahogany colored fruits complement the incredibly rust resistant, deep, bluish-green foliage.
Shiny and leaf green with a plump, round shape, they are sure to please even the most discerning gardener.
Like a ripe, juicy watermelon, this new rust resistant selection has large, rounded watermelon-red fruits from late summer into fall.
Ever dream of a perennial coleus? We have your answer. Black Truffle is a truly native, hummingbird magnet with nearly black new foliage that fades to a deep, iridescent maroon as the plant matures. A healthy, bushy, upright selection with bright cardinal red flowers.
Fried Green Tomatoes was selected by a local Pennsylvania nursery from a batch of seed grown Lobelia cardinalis. Its vigorous growth will amaze growers and gardeners alike as it grows 3-6 inches per week well into summer.
April Showers™ will soften your design and provide a season-by-season display of beauty. In spring, buds swell to garlands of pure white flowers. As the flowers fall, dark-green, narrow foliage covers the delicate limbs.
Very unique, this prostrate form has incredibly fragrant upward-facing flowers from spring – early summer. A far reaching “free spirited” evergreen with fragrant, Magnolia-like flowers-Free Spirit is in a class of its own. Can also be top grafted on M. Yunannensis, making one of the most striking standards in the plant world!
An upright grower with a dense habit, Inspiration adds a vertical effect for those tight areas in your landscape. Sweetly scented porcelain-like flowers bloom in spring as a reminder of the great cycle of life. Not as tall as the species, reaching 8-10' at maturity.
Imagine a 6-8’ evergreen shrub with a profusion of brown velvety buds that open to creamy-white scented flowers. You’re bound to feel warm and fuzzy every time you pass it! The dense habit of this variety puts it among the ranks of some of our most favorite Camellias. Perfect for hedging, why would anyone be satisfied with just one?
Mekong Giant grows much taller than other hardy bananas, reaching 15 feet in zone 6. In more southern climes, it can reach 40’ tall with trunks up to 20 inches in diameter.
Lemon Lime is the first heavenly bamboo to have lime green new growth. The lime green leaves will brighten any dark space and add dimension to an otherwise evergreen planting.
A repeat flowering new hybrid with a citrus-like scent. Snow White boasts 2” double white flowers born in clusters that bloom abundantly in spring and then again in summer.
The combination of cherry-red blooms and deep purple foliage make this new selection a show stopper. Add powdery mildew resistance to the list of features and you have a real winner for gardeners who want luscious, jewel-toned colors. The foliage emerges deep, eggplant purple with lime green veins and matures to greenish-purple, making the perfect backdrop for the brilliantly colored blooms.
This new selection packs a punch with its numerous, brightly colored blooms and amazing disease resistance. The color of the blooms is amazing. It’s brightly hued blooms keep coming from early June to late August. This new phlox is the perfect size for mid border and it’s the perfect size for smaller, urban gardens.
A wonderful, sweet candy fragrance permeates any garden where Thai Pink Jade is planted. This super mildew resistant, compact, blooming machine is sure to please.
The best mildew resistant phlox to date! This new series of hardy garden phlox will bring months of tantalizing color to your summer garden! Clusters of deliciously scented, coral colored flowers begin to bloom in early summer filling the garden with a sweet fragrance until fall.
The best mildew resistant phlox to date! This new series of hardy garden phlox will bring months of tantalizing color to your summer garden! Clusters of deliciously scented grape jelly colored flowers begin to bloom in early summer filling the garden with a sweet fragrance until fall.
The best mildew resistant phlox to date! This new series of hardy garden phlox will bring months of tantalizing color to your summer garden! Clusters of deliciously scented, bubblegum pink flowers begin to bloom in early summer filling the garden with a sweet fragrance until fall.
The best mildew resistant phlox to date! This new series of hardy garden phlox will bring months of tantalizing color to your summer garden! Clusters of deliciously scented, cotton candy pink flowers begin to bloom in early summer filling the garden with a sweet fragrance until fall.
Sweet, like the Italian ice cream this lovely variety is named for, Dolcemente’s bright, salmon-pink flowers are complimented by a yellow throat. The petals are gracefully ruffled and leaves are deep green and glossy. An excellent anchor plant for the garden, this is one of the tallest selections in the series, maturing to 40-48” over a 10 year period. A mid-season bloomer, guaranteed to bring years of enjoyment.
White as snow with a blackberry eye, the ruffled flowers of Picobello are among the most beautiful of all Rhododendron. Flawless and exquisite to the eye, this lovely selection from the Miyama series is small and compact, deserving of a prominent place in the garden. Weave among darker varieties for additional pop, or plant in a dark spot to brighten the space. Regardless of where you plant it, Picobello is impossible to overlook.
Cherry red and covered in flowers, Mendosina screams “look at me” when in bloom. Another compact variety from the Miyama series, this is the ideal selection for mass planting. 36-40” at maturity, Mendocina will hug your garden paths with a texture of shiny, dense, emerald green leaves. Picturesque, yet exceptionally stimulating when in bloom, this breathtaking variety combines the joy of being in the garden with the best aspects of good living.
Like a small pagoda, the leaves of Gold Prinz grow outward and up. One of the smallest in the series, its diminutive stature gives it a place in the landscape where few Rhododendron are suitable. Whether in a front bed planting or amassed under trees, soft pink buds begin to swell above shiny, dark green leaves, opening to a non-stop show of golden yellow flowers with a rose-colored throat. Quite the compliment to the pink buds! One to look forward to, Gold Prinz brightens the space it’s given every spring!
Miracle rose combines clean, shiny foliage with a delicious fragrance, making it ideal for a worry-free landscape plant or flowers in a vase. Each fall, it produces copious amounts of orange-red hips, making it the perfect addition to your fall/winter garden and a nice plant for cutting and bringing indoors for the holidays.
Stiff, upright plumes of steel blue persist from July to November, when they fade to a strawberry blonde color. Prairie Munchkin is perfect for poor soils and dry garden spots and should be used more in municple plantings.
Unlike other Stoke's asters, the bloom centers on Elf are domed, not cupped, so you can see them more easily. This plant is also one of the shortest, most compact selections with the darkest green foliage.
An upright se lection with 4" wide periwinkle blue blooms held high and flat on strong stems. This is one Stoke's aster you can use for cutting.
Plump, bridal-white berries ripen in early fall, as the last of summers’ small white flowers swell into pearls. As the leaves fall, each arching stem is adorned with the decorative berries which remain on slender branches through the winter.
Plump, rose-pink berries ripen in early fall, as the last of summers’ small pink flowers swell into pearls. As the leaves fall, each arching stem is adorned with the decorative berries which remain on slender branches through the winter.
Plump, candy-pink berries ripen in early fall, as the last of summers’ small pink flowers swell into pearls. As the leaves fall, each arching stem is adorned with the decorative berries which remain on slender branches through the winter.
A well-branched, upright form with plump white berries that cluster along the stems and have a lovely dusting of rose-pink.
Plump, snow white berries ripen late in the summer, swelling tinto pearls. As the leaves fall, each arching stem is adorned with fruits that persist into fall.
Large, intensely fragrant lavender pink blooms on a compact, mildew resistant plant.
Delaware has the largest, roundest leaves with subtle, deep purple markings. Delaware is surprisingly very drought tolerant.
FM Mooberry is a petite selection with lots of bloom power. The foliage turns nearly black by summer's end and after the big spring bloom, blooms will sporadically show up from June to September.
Lehigh: sports the most deeply lobbed, apple green leaves and grows four to six inches tall with a spread of up to 12 inches wide. Each leaf has deep maroon markings in the center and numerous, strong flower stalks that support peachypink. blooms from early May to late June
Octoraro's deeply lobed foliage and exceptionally long bloom stalks set this selection apart from all others on the market. This plant will easily replace the ever-invasive English ivy and periwinkle as a native, sustainable ground cover for dry shade.
Stephanie is a tight little bun of a plant with far reaching, glossy leaves and deep pink buds that age to creamy white blossoms
Susquehanna ‘s deeply lobed leaves have the darkest markings. Deep purple to black markings begin as subtle veining and mature to cover all but a thin margin of each deep green leaf. Susquehanna is the shortest of the series, but very vigorous, covering up to two feet of ground in one season.
Wissahickon brightens up dark, shady areas with it's shiny foliage. Pure white blooms emerge from peachy-pink buds in late spring and bloom consistently through late July and even into August. A slower spreader, this new selection is great for under planting in areas where large, evergreen shrubs have shaded the area beneath them.
One of the shortest selections on the market. A very novel color. One of to first re-bloom.
A blooming machine, Shining Sensation’s pink funnel-shaped flowers engulf the plant in May and June, and then sporadically bloom through summer. Shiny, burgundy foliage appears as though it has been polished, and contrasts nicely with the pink flowers, making this new selection from Europe a cut above the rest
A charming selection, before the flowers appear, Rainbow Sensation will brighten your garden with its attractive, variegated foliage. Dense clusters of soft- pink, funnel-shaped flowers bloom in profusion in May, as hummingbirds flock to harvest the sweet nectar.