The Pawnee Buttes Western Sand Cherry is a new, excellent, creeping form of Western Sand Cherry discovered in eastern Colorado. Showy glossy silver-green foliage turns a striking red in fall. White flowers in May give way to 3/4" edible, black cherries. Great for attracting birds. Another xeriscape plant that prefers hot, dry sites in full sun. Can mildew in moist or shaded locations. This plant will grow to be around 12-18" tall x 3-4' wide.
The Common Ninebark is an upright spreading shrub with re-curved branches and large clusters of white flowers in summer. These beautiful blooms are then followed by reddish seed pods, which look great in fall and winter. This Ninebark shrub is best suited for natural situations in the landscape. Matures to be around 6-8' tall and wide.
Talk about flowers! This lovely little Hydrangea shrub, Bobo, is absolutely covered with flowers in summer. The white flowers are held upright on strong stems and continue to lengthen as they bloom. This is an earlier flowering Hydrangea that will allow you to extend your bloom season when combined with other cultivars. The Bobo Hydrangea's flowers gradually acquire pink to light purple tones as they mature. Mature growth is up to 3' tall and 4' wide, which allows for wide u
The Latham Raspberry are easy to pick and they produce large 1" diameter, firm, red fruit. These are a full flavored variety that's good for fresh eating, canning, freezing, jams, juices and pies. This edible plant is self-pollinating, disease resistant, a vigorous grower yet productive. This plant has 4-5' upright canes and fall foliage adds interest in the landscape. This fruit ripens mid-July.
Similar to all Salvia’s the Caradonna has vertical blooms and clump-forming foliage. The green leaves have a slight fragrance when crushed. The blue to purple blooms last from June to September. Hummingbirds and bees alike will be attracted to the tiny flower clusters. These look beautiful when planted along paths, cottage gardens or wild gardens.