Among the most cold hardy climbing roses! Produces deep pink, fragrant blooms for cutting. A natural climber that is best used on fences or arbors. Cutting faded flowers extends blooming season. Blooms on new wood; prune in late winter to early spring to promote new growth.
'Diamond Rouge®' has abundant, long lasting flowers on strong stems that start out white and progress to pink, raspberry red and finally wine red. Flowers start blooming in July and take on red coloration earlier in the season than other pink paniculatas.
Magenta outer petals enclose a matching magenta center that has a feathery appearance. Excellent background plant for spring bulbs, or use in perennial or shrub borders. Choice cut flower.
A truly easy-to-grow clematis! Abundant light purple flowers with magenta undertones cover this clematis all summer long. Creamy white stamens provide charming contrast. This Jackmanii hybrid is a vigorous grower, yet maintains a nice compact size that is perfect for training on fences or trellises. It flowers on new wood so you simply prune it back to two feet each spring.
It's a super easy-to-grow clematis with great color and large flowers! Velvety plum-purple flowers with intriguing center highlights and bright yellow stamens characterize this version of the ever-popular 'Jackmanii' clematis. This early and long-flowering beauty blooms from mid-summer into fall, and is noted for its intense purple flower color and large (3-5" blooms). It flowers on new wood and old wood so you simply prune it back to 2 feet each spring. Winner of a Green Thumb award from the Direct Gardening Association.
Now everyone can grow clematis! Easy to grow and lots of flowers, that's the hallmark of Szczepan Marczynski's breeding. Pink Mink™ hits the mark head on with an abundance of bright pink-on-pink blooms from early summer to early fall.
Sensational accent or natural hedge desired for the intense scarlet red fall coloring. Interesting compact, mounded form displays attractive rich green leaves spring through summer. Exceptional when featured in mass, at the foreground of larger conifers or evergreen shrubs. Deciduous.
It's the season for panicle hydrangeas. These can take full sun to part shade and bloom for an amazing period of time. They come in lots of sizes for all different spots in the yard or garden. The blooms can be as big as a child's head!
Small deciduous shrub with stiff prickly stems that form an impenetrable barrier. Bright green crinkled foliage. Cup-shaped flowers are fragrant. Large rose hips. Excellent hedge or border.
Intense color, superior performance. Screaming Neon Red™ is sure to be a standout for any garden. With vibrant flower power and repeat blooms throughout the season, this compact rose is the perfect choice as an accent or mass planting.
A real improvement in Euonymus! Its large, round leaves have bright, bold variegation offering far more impact than other, older varieties. The variegation is very stable, and the plant has excellent disease resistance. This multi-functional plant is excellent in mass plantings, borders and containers.
Forming a tidy, round mound, this new barberry has striking chartreuse foliage with an unusual red, almost dotted, pattern around the margin. The fall foliage is orange, yellow and red. The small size and habit make it perfect as an accent plant in foundation plantings.
Brilliant yellow flowers in early spring. Hardiest of all forsythias with bud set at extremely cold temperatures. Fast growing with a semi-arching habit. Best flowering if planted in full sun.
This gorgeous pink-flowering Magnolia can be treated as a small tree or large shrub. Plant up close to enjoy the flowers from indoor or outdoor living spaces. Integrate into flowering shrub borders or use as an accent in a sea of massed perennials. Make it the focal point of a smaller city garden, where you can carefully control the shape for night lighting and visibility.
A delightful, multi-colored rose with tight coral buds swirling open to apricot-colored blossoms with luminous yellow centers. All the Rage blooms steadily all season so there is always a range of colors to enjoy. Blooms age to lipstick pink before dropping cleanly away. Add to that astonishingly clean, disease-resistant foliage and a perfectly round form, and you have an easy care rose that’s truly All the Rage. Performs extremely well in cool and warm climates. Own root.
If you are looking for a very hardy small shrub for a hedge, Lodense Privet is perfect. I like the natural look, but it also can be pruned into a variety of shapes, making it perfect for a knot garden or border for an herb garden.
These are Lacecap types of hydrangeas, meaning they have sterile flowers in the middle of the blossom with open flower petals all around the edges. Something a little different for your shady garden.
Tiger Eyes® is a beautiful golden-leafed form of cutleaf staghorn sumac. New growth is a lively chartreuse green, quickly changing to yellow with both colors contrasting nicely with the rosy-pink leaf stems. The branches angle upward while the deeply cut leaflets drape downward, giving it an Oriental look. As magnificent as the summer colors are, the dramatic effect of yellow, orange and intense scarlet in autumn are unparalleled. This showy plant can be used as an accent or in mass plantings. It tolerates a wide range of soils as well as urban conditions, and is adaptable to poorly drained soils as well as very dry soil.
Current year's growth features outstanding coral-red branches on a multi-stemmed shrub. Yellowish-white flowers are followed by small blue berries. An effective winter accent. Deciduous.
Mounds of royal purple cover big bushy plants that bloom well into frost-free autumn weather. Easy-care addition to shrub and perennial borders or in roomy pots. Combine with other asters for a multicolored effect. Herbaceous.
Whether you live in the North or South or have sun or shade, you can grow Persian shield. This delightful tropical shrub has been embraced by gardeners everywhere for its amazing purple foliage that has a decidedly iridescent shine. Its unique color makes Persian shield a stunning specimen plant or a top pick for fun combinations in garden beds, borders, or containers. And because it's not particularly large (Persian shield usually tops out around 3 feet tall and wide), it fits just about anywhere.
Incredible color, petite size, super disease resistant, what more could you want? This everblooming gem has double blooms whose outer petals are dark pink changing to orange and finally to bright yellow at the center. The small, perfectly rounded form would make it an outstanding informal hedge along a walkway or garden path. The color is so easy to combine it should have a place in every perennial border.
Deep pink to red flowers are followed by persistent red fruits. Stunning purple foliage that is deeply lobed turns bright orange-red in the fall. It is highly ornamental in the landscape.
Tiny red buds open to reveal small white flowers in spring and summer. The flowers are followed by red-orange fruits from September to January. A compact, vase-shaped Crabapple growing to 5-8 feet tall and 8-10 feet wide.