Grateful Red Hydrangea
A unique, unusual red flowering Hydrangea macrophylla that blooms on new wood. A hardy plant that prefers the east side of a house or building where there is protection from afternoon heat. Maintain even moisture for best results. Mulch well in fall and cut back any dead tips in spring for best results. Mop head flowers are red, but in acidic soils are purplish. The blooms age to a lavender and the foliage has an incredible burgundy coloration (see photo). This is a very uniq
At Last Rose
This new Proven Winner shrub rose is fragrant and practically disease-resistant! At Last holds up to its name, it has the beautiful fragrance and no-nonsense being virtually disease-resistant in the landscape. The long bloom is an added bonus lasting from spring through frost. Overall, the shape of this stunning rose is rounded and looks gorgeous in the landscape and does not require pruning! This new plant will definitely be our next best seller for sure. Get it now while it
Cherry Bomb Geum
Fuzzy green foliage is the foundation to this beautiful cherry colored geum plant. Hence the name, Cherry Bomb. The semi-double flowers stand tall on 15" tall stems and fade to a light pink color. You can enjoy this bloom from May - June. These beautiful perennials will attract butterflies and are recommended to be planted in the border or massed in beds. Once the bloom goes away, this plant works well as a groundcover. Mature size is around 1' tall and wide.
New! Autumn Moor (Sesleria)
This is a clump-forming ornamental grass that grows around 1’ tall and wide. It does have some narrow spikes that rise above the foliage, but overall pretty insignificant. After the green foliage appears in early fall, color turns to a silvery-white color. Our Landscape Designers use this perennial grass in the masses under trees or as a full sun ground covered. Looks best when planted in large sweeps and more informal than in a border.