2018  Trees and Shrubs List
(Listed by botanical name)
Our plants are delivered throughout the season and are subject to availability

Botanical NameCommon NamePot SizeHeight x WidthExposure
 Abelias
 Kaleidoscope • Radiance
Radiance has silvery-green and creamy white variegated foliage on bright red stems. In late summer, the shrubs are covered in small, trumpet-shaped, fragrant white blooms. This shrub has a compact growth habit. It will add radiant elegance to any garden.
Abelia x grandiflora ‘Kaleidoscope’Kaleidoscope Abelia2 Gal30″ x 40″Sun to Part Shade
Abelia x grandiflora ‘Radiance’Radiance Abelia1 Gal3′ x 3′Sun
The variegated foliage of Kaleidoscope is yellow with green centers. White, bell-shaped flowers burst from pink buds on this shrub in late summer and keep blooming well into fall. True to its name, this Abelia is a kaleidoscope of colors with yellows, oranges and reds in fall.
Acers (Maples)
 Pacific Fire • Garnet • Korean Maple
Acer circinatum ‘Pacific Fire’Pacific Fire Vine Maple5 Gal6′ x  6′Dappled Shade to Part Sun
Creamy yellow and coral red stems make this deciduous maple a striking winter specimen. Rich green leaves through summer and turn yellow in fall.
Acer palmatum var. dissectum ‘Garnet’Garnet Japanese Maple3 Gal10′ x 10′Part Shade to Part Sun
Garnet is a graceful small deciduous tree with lacy, deeply cut dark red leaves that retain their color into fall. Very durable with a pendulous, spreading growth habit. Slow growing and moderately deer resistant.
Acer PseudosieboldianumKorean Maple5 Gal15-25′ x 15-25′Part Shade to Part Sun
This maple is a small, hardy deciduous tree with unique small purple flowers that appear in spring as new foliage emerges. The distinctly lobed green leaves provide vivid yellow, orange and scarlet color in the fall.
Aronia (Chokeberry)
Aronia Melanocarpa ‘Low Scape Mound’Low Scape Mound® Chokeberry3 Gal12-24″ x 18-24″Part Shade to Sun
This little shrub is tough, tolerant, tidy little mound of glossy green foliage. In spring, it’s covered in hundreds of dainty white flowers, and in autumn, the leaves turn brilliant red to contrast with dark purple-black fruit. The unique low-growing, mound-shaped habit of this new variety makes it perfect for mass planting as a ground cover or edging plant. Tolerates wet or dry soil.
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Azaleas
Azaleas are evergreen shrubs that bring loads of color to the garden in spring (and some in summer and fall). They come in an array of colors and are perfect for foundation plantings and used in mass for a spectacular display of color.
 Pink Double • Hot Pink
Azalea Bloom-A-Thon® Hot PinkBloom-A-Thon® Hot Pink Azalea3 Gal24-54″ x 36-48″Filtered Shade+
Single hot pink flowers bloom in spring, summer, and fall.
Azalea Bloom-A-Thon® Pink DoubleBloom-A-Thon® Pink Double Azalea1.5 Gal42-54″ x 36-48″Part Sun to Part Shade
Large double pink flowers appear in April, then rebloom in early July, continuing through fall until hard frost.
ReBloom™ Azaleas are low maintenance evergreen, reblooming azaleas. They will flower in the spring, some sporadic summer flowers, and then masses of late summer and fall flowers. They prefers well drained soil.
 Coral Amazement • Firebrick Fame • Pink Adoration • Purple Spectacular
Azalea Rebloom™ Coral Amazement™Coral Amazement™ Azalea1 Gal24-30″ x 30-36″Part Sun
Masses of coral, triple-petal flowers
Azalea Rebloom™ Firebrick Fame™Firebrick Fame™ Azalea3 Gal24-30″ x 30-36″Part Sun
Masses of large single red-orange flowers
Azalea Rebloom™  Pink Adoration™Pink Adoration™ Azalea1 Gal18-24″ x 24-30″Part Sun
Masses of large single pink flowers
Azalea Rebloom™ Purple Spectacular™Purple Spectacular™ Azalea1 Gal18-24″ x 24-30″Part Sun
Masses of single purple flowers
 Red Magnificence • White Nobility • Double Shot Grape
Azalea Rebloom™  Red Magnificence™Red Magnificence™ Azalea1 Gal24-30″ x 36-48″Part Sun
Masses of red double flowers
Azalea Rebloom™ White Nobility™White Nobility™ Azalea1 Gal30-36″ x 36-48″Part Sun
Masses of large single white flowers
Azalea Double Shot® GrapeDouble Shot® Grape Azalea1 Gal24-26″ x 36″Part Sun to Full Shade
Compact reblooming azalea with large,  single, reddish-purple flowers twice a year
 Girard’s Crimson • Herbert • Hot Shot • Renee Michelle
Azalea ‘Girards Crimson ‘Girard’s Crimson Evergreen Azalea19 Cm36″ x 24″Part Sun
Very large, rosy-red crimson flowers
Azalea HerbertHerbert Azalea19 Cm2-4′ x 3-5′Part Sun
Clusters of double lavender orchid flowers blooms in spring
Azalea Hot ShotHot Shot Girard Azalea19 Cm30-36″ x 36″Part Sun
Large fiery orange-red to scarlet spring blooms, and beautiful orange-red fall foliage
Azalea Renee MichelleRenee Michelle Girard Azalea19 Cm2-3′ x 3-5′Part Sun
Deep pink ruffled flowers that have a dark pink spotted throat. Blooms in spring.
Berberis (Barberry)
Admiration • Lava Nugget
Berberis thunbergii ‘Crimson Pygmy’ (‘Atropurpurea Nana’)Crimson Pygmy Dwarf Japanese Barberry1 Gal1-2′ x 1-2′Sun to Part Shade
A dwarf, densely branched form displaying deep crimson colored foliage all season longA dwarf, densely branched form displaying deep crimson colored foliage all season long. Best color in full sun.
Berberis thunbergii ‘Admiration’Admiration Barberry1 Gal1-2′ x 1-2′Sun to Part Shade
Red hot leaves are edged in neon yellow, holding color well through the summer. This barberry is excellent for mass plantings and stands out as an accent plant. Moderate growth rate. Drought and deer tolerant.
Berberis thunbergii ‘Lava Nugget™’Lava Nugget™ Barberry1 Gal3′ x 3′Part To Full Sun
Compact, large-leaved barberry with bright orange-red new foliage that ages to a deep burgundy.
Berberis thunbergii ‘PygruzamPygmy Ruby’ Barberry1 Gal1.5′ x 3′ 
Bright red foliage on this slow growing shrub
Betula (Birch)
Betula x plettkei Golden TreasureGolden Treasure’ Dwarf Birch3 Gal2-4′Sun
Exceptional cold tolerance, this dwarf Birch shrub shines with yellow foliage. Newly emerging foliage is blushed with sunset hues of orange and red.
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Buddleia (Butterfly Bush)
CranRazz • Blue Chip Jr • Pink Micro Chip
Buddleia ‘Boscranz’CranRazz Butterfly Bush3 Gal5-6′ x 5′Sun
Small, fragrant, raspberry red flowers on 8-inch panicles bloom against green foliage from summer until frost. Attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.
Buddleia Lo & Behold Blue Chip Jr Lo & Behold Blue Chip Jr Butterfly Bush1 Gal18-30″ x 20-28″Sun
Compact, reblooming, non-invasive and drought tolerant. Attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.
Buddleia Lo & Behold Pink Micro Chip Lo & Behold Pink Micro Chip Butterfly Bush1 Gal18-*24″ x 18-24″Sun
Very dwarf mounded habit, early bloomer and non-invasive. Attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.
 Miss Molly • Miss Violet
Buddleia Miss Molly Butterfly BushMiss Molly Butterfly Bush1 & 1.5 Gal4-5′ x 3-4′Sun
Bright, rich, reddish-pink flowers bloom in profusion from mid summer to frost
Buddleia Miss VioletMiss Violet Butterfly Bush2.5 Gal4-5′ x 4-5′Sun
A compact plant with vibrant flower color, but with loads of dark purple-violet summer flowers. Seedless and non-invasive; deer resistant. Attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds
 Pugster Pink • Pugster Blue • Pugster Perriwinkle • Vanilla Treat
Buddleia Pugster Pink®Pugster Pink® Butterfly Bush1 Gal24″ x 24-36″Sun
Large candy pink flowers on a compact plant. Attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds
Buddleia Pugster BluePugster Blue® Butterfly Bush1 Gal24″ x 24-36″Sun
Large magenta flowers on a compact plant. Attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds
Buddleia Pugster PeriwinklePugster Perriwinkle® Butterfly Bush1 Gal24″ x 24-36″Sun
Large blueish-purple flowers on a compact plant. Attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds
Buddleia Vanilla Treat™
Vanilla Treat™ Butterfly Bush2 Gal3-5′ x 3-5′Sun
Large, white flowers from summer to frost. Flowers produce a light fragrance. Rounded, compact habit. Attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.
Buxus (Boxwoods)
Buxus microphylla var. japonica ‘Gregem’‘Baby Gem’ Boxwood1, 3 & 5 Gal4′ x 4-5′Sun to Part Shade
Slow growing evergreen with a compact with mounding habit
Buxus sinica var. insularis ‘Wee Willie’Wee Willie Boxwood19 Cm & 1 Qt2′ x 2′Part To Full Sun
Evergreen with rounded habit and dense, tidy foliage. Great for creating  topiaries.
Buxus sempervirens Green MountainGreen Mountain Boxwood2 Gal4-5′ x 3-4′Full Sun to Part Shade
Pyramidal habit. Great for creating  topiaries.
Buxus Green VelvetGreen Velvet Boxwood1 Gal2-4′ x 2-4′Part to Full Sun
This evergreen shrub has a rounded form
Buxus M. ‘Little Missy’Little Missy Boxwood3 Gal2′ x 2′Part to Full Sun
Compact mounding to rounded habit. Cold hardy and sun tolerant.
Buxus microphylla ‘Sprinter®’Sprinter Boxwood2 Gal2′ x 4′Sun to Shade
Fast growing.
Buxus  sempervirens North Star™North Star® Boxwood3 Gal24-32″ x 24-32″Sun to Shade
A dense globe habit that requires little if any pruning to form a low, dense, thick hedge
Buxus sempervirens Green TowerGreen Tower Boxwood1, 2 & 5 Gal9′ x 1-2′Part To Full Sun
Columnar growth makes it an ideal specimen for formal topiary shapes.
Buxus sempervirens VariegataVariegated English Boxwood1 Gal5-8′ x 5-8′Part To Full Sun
Slow growing boxwood. Easy to prune into topiary or formal hedge.
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 Callicarpa (Beautyberry)
Callicarpa Pearl Glam®Pearl Glam® Beautyberry1 Gal48-60″ x 36-48″Full Sun
This upright beautyberry has dark purple foliage from spring to frost with orchid colored berries in the fall. A great native cultivar that provides outstanding color in the garden.
Cercis (Redbuds)
Lavender Twist • Rising Sun
Cercis canadensis ‘Covey’Lavender Twist Redbud5 Gal5-6′ x 6-8′Full Sun to Part Shade
Weeping redbud
Cercis canadensis ‘JN2’The Rising Sun™ Redbud5 Gal8-12′ x 8′Full Sun to Part Shade
Heart-shaped deep apricot leaves appear and mature through shades of orange, gold and yellow with all colors present at once. Foliage turns a shade of lime green in the summer heat.
Clethra (Summersweet)
 Vanilla Spice • Sugartina® Crystalina
Clethra alnifolia Vanilla Spice®Vanilla Spice® Summersweet3 Gal3-6′ x 3-5′Sun to Part Shade
Fragrant summer bloomer with extra large white flowers. Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds. Deer resistant. Blooms on new wood.
Clethra alnifolia ‘Crystalina’Sugartina® ‘Crystalina’ Dwarf Summersweet5 Gal3′ x 3′Sun to Part Shade
Midsummer pure white, very fragrant flowers. Fall foliage is a warm yellow.  Low maintenance landscape plant growing 3 feet tall and wide. Tolerates wet soils.
Cornus (Dogwoods)
Garden Glow • Cherokee Chief • Cherokee Brave • Cherokee Princess
Cornus hesseyii ‘Garden Glow’Garden Glow Red Twig Dogwood1 Gal4-5′ x 4-5′Sun to Part Shade
Vivid chartreuse yellow leaves pop in the summer on this deciduous shrub that is complimented by dainty white flower clusters through the season. The foliage turns burgundy red in the fall.
Cornus florida ‘Cherokee Brave’Cherokee Brave Flowering Dogwood7 Gal15-30′ x 25-30′Sun to Part Shade
Cherokee Brave is considered one of the best red dogwoods. This captivating small tree has year-round interest.  In spring, coral-pink to white flowers cover the tree. The lush green foliage in the summer turn to deep red in the fall. Songbirds love the glossy red fruits in autumn and winter.
Cornus florida ‘Cherokee Chief’Cherokee Chief Flowering Dogwood7 Gal15-20′ x 20-25′Part To Full Sun
A classic beauty, offering deep, ruby-red flower bracts and four seasons of interest. New leaves emerge bronze-red in spring, maturing to green. The green foliage turns burgundy-red in the fall. The red fruit clinging to bare branches attract songbirds in the winter. This small, low-branched tree has an attractive habit,  with a graceful, layered effect.
Cornus florida ‘Cherokee Princess’Cherokee Princess Flowering Dogwood7 Gal25′ x 20′Sun to Part Shade
This United States native produces copious amounts of white flowers in spring. The medium green foliage lasts throughout the growing season, turning red in fall.
Cornus x ‘KN30-8’Venus Dogwood5 Gal15-25′ x 15-20′Part To Full Sun
A beautiful, fast-growing dogwood with exceptionally large, white, flower-like bracts. The glossy green foliage turns to a fabulous red color in the fall. This selection from Rutgers University has notable winter hardiness, good drought tolerance, and excellent disease resistance.
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Crytomeria (Japanese Cedar)
Cryptomeria japonica ‘Black Dragon’Black Dragon Japanese Cedar3 Gal6-10′ x 3-4′Part To Full Sun
This beautiful evergreen shrub is a slow grower that has light green spring growth that matures to deep blackish-green in the summer and forms a dense, irregular pyramid. An interesting evergreen specimen that is suitable for a wide range of landscape styles including Asian and formal English gardens
Deutzia
 Chardonnay Pearls • Yuki Cherry • Yuki Snowflake
Deutzia Chardonnay Pearls®Chardonnay Pearls®Deutzia 1.5 Gal20-30″  x 20-36″Part To Full Sun
Fragrant white spring flowers and  season long foliage color make this deciduous shrub a winner. It has good deer resistance.
Deutzia Yuki Cherry Blossom® Yuki Cherry Blossom® Deutzia1 & 2 Gal12-24″ x 12-24″Part Sun to Shade
A shower of elegant pink flowers creates a carpet of color on this deciduous shrub.
Deutzia Yuki Snowflake® Yuki Snowflake® Deutzia
1.5 & 2 Gal  
This is an extra-heavy blooming variety with elegant white spring flowers. Its neat, mounded habit and attractive fall color make it a great deciduous shrub for the garden.
Euonymus
Euonymus Japonicus ‘Moness’Silver Princess Boxleaf Euonymus1 & 2 GalPart to Full Sun2-3′ x 2-3′
Bright boxleaf euonymus with large, lustrous, green leaves with silvery margins. It has an upright, compact habit and vigorous nature. This evergreen shrub is easily pruned to create a formal clipped border or topiary form.
Euonymus japonicus microphyllus ‘Moncliff’Sunny Delight®  Boxleaf Euonymus1 & 2 Gal2′ X 2′Part To Full Sun
Dark green leaves are narrowly edged in yellow. This is a minimal care, easy to grow evergreen shrub.
HIbiscus Syriacus (Althea or Rose of Sharon)
Hibiscus Syriacus ‘Smoothie Fusion™Smoothie Fusion Althea (Rose Of Sharon)1 Gal8′ X 4′Full Sun
Beautiful Double Blueish Purple, Bi-Colored Red And Pink, And Raspberry Blooms Mid To Late Summer. Unique, Upright Growing Shrub. Tolerant To Drought. Excellent In Mass Plantings.
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Hydrangea (Smooth) Arboescens
The arborescens, or the smooth hydrangea is native to moist or rocky wooded slopes, ravines, stream banks and bluff bases in our area. The grayish brown stems have serrated, dark green leaves with pale green undersides. In the fall the leaves turn yellow. Tiny white flowers bloom From late spring to mid summer flattened hairy clusters.

Arborescens Care and Growing Tips
All arborescens prefer to be planted in moist, well drained soil. Adding organic matter to soil will help with drainage.  They are intolerant of drought and should be watered weekly to establish the plant and promote a good root system. When the temperatures soar and we are not getting rain, be sure to give them additional water. Adding a layer of mulch around the base of the plant will help keep the soil moist and control weeds. Arborescens do best in part shade to part sun. The bloom production will be heavier if given a bit more morning light or dappled afternoon shade.  Fertilize in the spring and then again in late summer, no later than August. We recommend using organics as they are better for the soil and are non burning. We will be happy to help you select the proper fertilizers.  Arborescens blooms on new wood. The entire shrub can be cut back 1-2′ above ground in late winter each year to revitalize it and to encourage vigorous stem growth and best form.

Lime Rickey
Hydrangea arborescens ‘Lime Rickey’Lime Rickey® Smooth Hydrangea3 Gal4-5′ x 4-5′Part Sun to Part Shade
Lime Rickey hydrangea is an outstanding native cultivar that has large, rounded blooms. The flowers start out a fresh green and age to rich jade, all accented with pink pollen for a unique accent. The stems on this hydrangea are exceptionally strong and hold up to even the strongest summer storms without bending or flopping. It makes an excellent cut flower and dries well. Attracts bees and butterflies.
Macrophylla (Big Leaf) Hydrangeas
Macrophylla, or commonly known as Mopheads, Big leaf, Large Leaf and Lacecaps are the most popular hydrangeas grown in home gardens and landscapes. The blooms can be blue, pink or shades of purple, depending on the pH (acidity) of the soil. Some can even be white. Some varieties of macrophyllas bloom on old wood, producing one flush of blooms per season. Other varieties bloom on both old and new wood. This means they are rebloomers, typically blooming from late spring until fall.

Macrophylla Care and Growing Tips
Soil – All macrophyllas prefer to be planted in moist, well drained soil. Adding organic matter to soil will help with drainage. 

Water – Macrophyllas do not like to be dry, but not overly wet. They should be watered weekly to establish the plant and promote a good root system. When the temperatures soar and we are not getting rain, be sure to give them additional water. Adding a layer of mulch around the base of the plant will help keep the soil moist and control weeds. Macrophyllas do best in part shade to shade. The bloom production will be heavier if given a bit more morning light or dappled afternoon shade.

Color – To encourage blue flowers, the pH need to be lowered. We recommend using a soil acidifier to the soil several times per year, beginning in fall and repeating before leaves emerge in spring and before the buds set. To encourage pink flowers the pH needs to be raised. We recommend adding garden lime. Some hydrangeas are not affected by the addition of these products and are noted as such.

Pruning Hydrangeas that bloom on old wood The flower buds are set after flowering on the old limbs for the following spring. These varieties should only be pruned after flowering. These varieties bloom in the summer. Remove dead limbs as well as branches that are crossing over each other, or rubbing each other. Rubbing can create entry point for insects and disease. The interior of the plant can be thinned a bit to open it to more light and air.

Pruning  reblooming hydrangeas, that bloom on both old and new wood Prune in early spring. Remove dead limbs as well as branches that are crossing over each other. The interior of the plant can be thinned a bit to open it to more light and air. Removing the spent (dead) flowers will encourage reblooming.

Fertilizing – Fertilize in the spring and then again in late summer, no later than August. We recommend using organics as they are better for the soil and are non burning. We will be happy to help you select the proper fertilizers.

 Endless Summer • Bloomstruck • Blushing Bride
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Endless Summer’Endless Summer® Reblooming Hydrangea1 Gal4-5′ x 4-5′Part Sun to Part Shade
Endless Summer® Hydrangea is especially hardy and was the first hydrangea produced to bloom on both old and new wood, providing blooming color all season. The large, striking mop head flowers are are large and showy, up to 8” in diameter. The color range from clear pink to blue depending on the soil acidity. To increase the number of blooms, prune the emerging growth back to half. It has a full, well-rounded shape and is ideal for mass plantings, or a specimen plant.
Hydrangea macrophylla Endless Summer® BloomstruckEndless Summer® ‘Bloomstruck’ Reblooming Hydrangea1.5 Gal2-4′ x 3-4′Part Sun to Part Shade
This beauty blooms on old and new wood, constantly pushing out new flower heads. The intense rose-pink, violet or blue flower heads are held upright on striking red–purple stems. The glossy dark green leaves with red petioles and red veins add to this plant’s allure, making it stand out before flowers even open. In the fall the foliage turns a lovely reddish-purple color. It has extremely strong stems, above average heat tolerance and great disease resistance, especially to powdery mildew. Use in borders, containers, mass plantings, woodland or cottage gardens.
Hydrangea  macrophylla Endless Summer® Blushing BrideEndless Summer® Blushing Bride  Hydrangea1.5 Gal4-5′ x 4-5′Part Sun to Part Shade
Blushing Bride has gorgeous pure white semi-double florets, which mature to blush pink or Carolina blue, depending on soil acidity. Blushing Bride has big round balls of soft blooms, providing an elegant touch of color in the garden from late spring until fall. Use as a specimen or in garden bed or border. It is a great hydrangea for cutting and drying. With its gorgeous pure white hydrangea color, it is also a favorite for wedding bouquets, arrangements and centerpieces. Blooms on old and new wood
 Twist ‘n Shout • Pistachio • Fuchsia Glow • Blue Jangles
Hydrangea macrophylla Endless Summr Twist ‘n ShoutEndless Summer® Twist ‘n Shout Hydrangea1.5 Gal3-5′ x3-4′Part Sun to Part Shade
This reblooming lacecap Hydrangea inherited the best characteristics of both of its parents. The reblooming qualities from Penny Mac, while the outstanding hardiness and decorative red stem color comes from Lady in Red®.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Grefuglo’Fuchsia Glow Hydrangea2 Gal2-6′ x 2-6′Part Sun to Part Shade
This repeat bloomer with its vibrant fuchsia-pink, blooms that grace the garden from late spring through fall. It has a compact growth habit.Perfect as an accent plant, a mass planting, or in beds and borders. Blooms on old and new wood
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Horwack’Pistachio Hydrangea1 Gal3-4′ x 3-4′Part Sun to Part Shade
Pistachio has rounded flowers and the flower petals that are trimmed in scarlets and pistachio with a blue eye that will bloom from late spring into fall, contrasting with the bright green foliage. This is a compact grower. Use this eye-catcher as a specimen, in a large container, in borders, woodland gardens or mass plantings. Blooms on old wood
Hydrangea macrophylla Let’s Dance® Blue Jangles®Let’s Dance® Blue Jangles® Hydrangea1 Gal2-3′ X 2-3′Part Sun to Part Shade
This big-leaf hydrangea blooms on both old and new wood, with a tight, compact habit that is unusual among reblooming hydrangeas. It has large, full flower heads.
 Let’s Dance Rave • Let’s Dance Rhythmic Blue • Blue Enchantress • Pink Elf
Hydrangea macrophylla Let’s Dance® Rave®Let’s Danch Rave Hydrangea1 Gal2-3′ X 2-3′Part Sun to Part Shade
Let’s Dance Rave is a strong, reliable bloomer with an abundance of intensely colored flowers. Bloom color ranges from a rich violet-purple on acidic soils to a saturated pink on basic soils. Blooms on old or new wood
Hydrangea macrophylla Let’s Dance® Rhythmic Blue™Let’s Danch Rhythmic Blue Hydrangea1 & 1.5 Gal2-3′ x 2-3′Part Sun to Part Shade
The florets have a distinctive geometric shape, and are closely packed into full, richly colored mophead flowers. It flowers in early summer, then reblooms in later summer.  The blooms are held up on sturdy stems. Blooms on old and new wood.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Monmar’ Blue Enchantress® Hydrangea1 Gal3-5′ x 3-5′Part Sun to Part Shade
Enchantress® upstages other rebloomers with unique ruby-black stems showcasing a nearly non-stop show of beautiful, mophead flowers. Blooming on old and new wood, clusters are up to 9 inches across; blue in acid soils, pink in alkaline soils. Enchantress’s tall, dark stems are stunning in contrast as the flowers as they fade to cream-splashed green. Superb for accent, specimen, or border. Excellent cut and dried flower. Superb hydrangea for accent, specimen, or border.
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Pia’Pink Elf French Hydrangea1 Gal2-3′ x 2-3′Part Sun to Part Shade
This dwarf variety has pretty bright rosy-pink flowers that hold that rosy-pink color no matter what the soil acidity is! It blooms in late spring to summer. Pink Elf is a fast grower. It’s size makes it ideal for containers, as an accent or in a border. Makes a great cut flower. The pH does not affect the flower color. Blooms on old wood
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Hydrangea paniculata (Panicle Hydrangea)
This is the most cold hardy member of the hydrangea family and is a reliable grower in St. Louis. The paniculata is native to Asia, and it grows 1-15’ tall. It has large creamy-white flowers, which grow on 6-18” long panicles, that bloom in mid-summer. As the flowers mature, some varieties may turn pink or some green. These shrubs are commonly pruned into a tree form. They are urban tolerant plants holding up well to pollution. The soil pH does not affect the color.

Care and Growing Tips
Soil – Plant in rich, well drained soil amended with organic matter.

Water – They should be watered weekly to establish the plant and promote a good root system. When the temperatures soar and we are not getting rain, be sure to give them additional water. Adding a layer of mulch around the base of the plant will help keep the soil moist and control weeds. Once established they will tolerate some drought.

Light – Panicle hydrangea grows best in full sun to part shade.

Fertilize – Feed these hydrangeas in early spring, just before new leaves begin to bud and again in summer when the flowers bloom. We recommend using organics as they are better for the soil and are non burning. We will be happy to help you select the proper fertilizers.

Pruning – Paniculatas bloom on new growth and should be pruned in late winter or early spring before they flush out. You can cut it back close to the ground or, if you want slightly taller plants, cut it back to one to three feet. Make sure to remove the dead limbs and branches that are crossing, or rubbing each other. Rubbing can create entry point for insects and disease. Larger flower panicles can be obtained by thinning the plants to 5-10 primary shoots.

 Big Ben • Bobo • White Caps
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Big Ben’Royal Star™ Big Ben  Panicle Hydrangea5 Gal Treeform  Part to Full Sun
Upright with attractive red stems and strongly scented flowers that open white and turn deep pink. This RHS Award of Garden Merit winner will make a big impact in the garden. An excellent tree form Hydrangea.
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Bobo’Bobo Panicle Hydrangea1 Gal3′ x 3-4′Part To Full Sun
This dwarf hydrangea is sure to turn heads. It will be engulfed by enormous creamy white flowers in summer, providing a nonstop show until frost. Blossoms are held upright on strong stems, and continue to grow and lengthen as they bloom. In fall, flowers may turn a pinkish hue. An undeniable asset to any garden, small or large! The size and habit make it a perfect shrub in cottage gardens, mass plantings, a specimen in sunny borders. Plant in full sun to part shade.These showy flowers are great for cutting.
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Dolly’White Caps™ Panicle Hydrangea5 Gal Treeform5-6′ x 5-6′Part To Full Sun
A showy Hydrangea that has a succession of creamy-white flowers that bloom from summer through fall. This Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit winner puts on a grand show in the garden.
 Pinky Winky • Limelight • Little Lime
Hydrangea paniculata ‘DVPinky’Pinky Winky Panicle Hydrangea3 Gal8-10′ x 8-10′Part To Full Sun
Pinky Winky Hydrangea has large flower panicles that open white in mid-to-late summer, turning to pink as the season progresses, for a two-toned effect. This hardy selection blooms every year on old and new wood. An outstanding specimen plant, massed in the landscape or as a cut flower. Pinky Winky has received the Award of Garden Merit (AGM) from the Royal Horticultural Society.
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’Limelight Panicle Hydrangea1, 3 & 5 Gal6-8′ x 4-6′Part To Full Sun
Limelight Hydrangea is a show stopper! The exquisite 12” flower heads are a unique, bright chartreuse color that open in mid-summer. This bright color lasts right into autumn when the blooms change to a rich deep pink. The fall display of chartreuse and pink blooms is breathtaking! The large blooms are held upright on this easy to grow shrub.  Use Limelight for borders, hedges, mass plantings, screens and cutting gardens. The flowers are exquisite in either fresh or dried bouquets. Limelight has received the following awards: Plant of Merit; Gold Medal Plant – Pennsylvania Horticultural Society; and The Award of Garden Merit (AGM) – Royal Horticultural Society.
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Little Lime’Little Lime Panicle Hydrangea1 Gal3-5′ x 3-5′Part To Full Sun
Little Lime Hydrangea is a dwarf form of the popular Limelight Hydrangea. Little Lime sports the same great flower power but in a smaller package. The attractive green summer flowers turn pink in fall. This hardy selection is excellent for use in mixed border or foundation plantings.  Use in  borders, containers, hedges, poolside, or cutting gardens. Great for cut flower arrangements.
 Quick Fire • Candy Apple • Vanilla Strawberry
Hyrdrangea paniculata ‘Little Quick Fire®’Little Quick Fire Panicle Hydrangea1 Gal3-5′ x 2-4′Part To Full Sun
Quick Fire blooms about a month before other Hydrangea paniculata varieties. The flowers turn pink very quickly, and will be an extremely dark rosy-pink by fall. Quick and easy to grow. The flowers on are not affected by soil pH. They are produced on ‘new wood’ and will bloom after even the harshest winters. Beautiful for use as a cut (fresh or dried) flower.
Hydrangea paniculata Quick Fire®Quick Fire® Panicle Hydrangea (Treeform)5 Gal Treeform Part To Full Sun
This shrub has been pruned into a treeform that add elegance and structure to your garden. (See the information above for information.)
Hydrangea paniculata ‘SMHPMWMH’Candy Apple Panicle Hydrangea2 Gal4-5′ x 4-5′Part To Full Sun
A new variety with the same show-stopping lime green flower clusters as Limelight, but a more compact form. The exquisite, long-lasting blooms on very sturdy stems age to nearly pure white. Gorgeous in fresh or dried cut flower arrangements. Ideal for use as a container plant or a focal point for smaller gardens.
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Renhy’‘Vanilla Strawberry’™ Panicle Hydrangea2 & 3 Gal6-7′ x 4-6′Part To Full Sun
This delicious paniculata from France has enormous flower panicles that are a blend of vanilla and strawberry, held upright on red stems. They emerge creamy white in mid summer, change to pink and finally to strawberry red. The new blooms gives the plant a multicolored effect in late summer and early fall. The red coloration lasts for 3-4 weeks. The habit is upright becoming cascading later in the season. This is excellent for fresh cut and dried flower arrangements. Use in borders, mass plantings, hedges or as a specimen.
 White Diamonds • Zinfin Doll • Strawberry Shake
Hydrangea paniculata ‘White Diamonds’White Diamonds Panicle Hydrangea3 Gal4-5′ x 5′Part To Full Sun
White Diamonds® is an exceptional compact hydrangea with glistening white, upright panicles that eventually fade to lovely parchment and pink colors. White Diamonds boasts dark green leathery foliage that displays increased heat and drought tolerance. Use as an anchor in the mixed border, plant as a hedge or in a large grouping for a magnificent effect.
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Zinfin Doll’Zinfin Doll Panicle Hydrangea1 Gal6-8′ x 6-8′Part To Full Sun
A beautiful new hardy hydrangea with loads of huge blooms that emerge pure white and then turn bright pink from the bottom up. The flowers eventually age to a dark pink-red, and stay colorful for months. Strong stems hold the flowers upright in the garden, and make it an excellent cut flower, too.  Blooms on new wood
Hydrangea paniculata ‘SMHPCW’Strawberry Shake™ Panicle Hydrangea2 Gal4-5′ x 4′Part To Full Sun
A beautiful new compact panicle hydrangea. The sturdy stems support big, full flower heads that start out white and mature to pink. The long-lasting blooms are excellent in fresh or dried arrangements. Use in containers, or  as a foundation shrub in smaller gardens
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Hydrangea serrata (Mountain Hydrangea or Tea of Heaven)
This hydrangea is similar to a macrophylla except it is a smaller more compact shrub with smaller flowers and leaves. It was formerly listed and sold as Hydrangea macrophylla var. serrata. It is native to moist woodland mountain valleys in Japan. It is a deciduous shrub with a rounded habit. It generally features serrated, oval shaped green leaves, and long-blooming summer flowers. The leaves can be used to make a sweet tea, hence the sometimes used common name.

Care and Growing Tips
Soil – Plant in rich, well drained soil amended with organic matter.

Water – They should be watered weekly to establish the plant and promote a good root system. When the temperatures soar and we are not getting rain, be sure to give them additional water. Adding a layer of mulch around the base of the plant will help keep the soil moist and control weeds. The like moist, not soggy soil conditions.

Light and Location – Grows best in part shade. Does best when planted in protected location

Color – To encourage blue flowers, the pH need to be lowered. We recommend using Espoma Organic Traditions® Soil Acidifier to the soil several times per year, beginning in fall and repeating before leaves emerge in spring and before the buds set. To encourage pink flowers the pH needs to be raised. We recommend adding Espoma Organic Traditions® Garden Lime. Some hydrangeas are not affected by the addition of these products and are noted as such.

Fertilizing – Feed the plant in early spring, just before new leaves begin to bud and again in late summer. We recommend using organics as they are better for the soil and are non burning. We will be happy to help you select the proper fertilizers.

Pruning – Serrata blooms on new wood and should be pruned in late winter or early spring. Remove weak or winter damaged stems and dead branches.

 Tiny Tuff Stuff • Tuff Stuff Red
Hydrangea serrata Tiny Tuff Stuff™Tiny Tuff Stuff™ Reblooming Mountain Hydrangea1 & 2 Gal18-24″ x 18-24″Part Sun to Part Shade
Tiny Tuff Stuff™ is a very hardy reblooming hydrangea. This is a real beauty, with delicate but tough flowers. Each year it produces abundant lacecap flowers. The flowers age to an attractive pink, and tip down in a distinctive arching fashion. It has smaller, narrower leaves and an abundance of dainty flowers that cover the plant every summer. Prefers moist, well-drained soils. Color varies depending on soil ph. For blue color, add Soil Acidifier and for pink add lime. Blooms on old and new wood.
Hydrangea Tuff Stuff™ HydrangeaTuff Stuff™ Mountain Hydrangea1 & 2 Gal Part Sun to Part Shade
A hardy, reblooming Hydrangea will provide months of enjoyment in the garden. The lovely reddish-pink lacecap flowers create a mass of color in early summer, and continue to bloom right up until frost. The semi-double to double florets begin with creamy coloration in the center before maturing to intense pink. Flowers may shift to blue in acidic soils. Tuff Stuff needs regular watering and prefers consistently moist soil. Use in border, hedge, mass planting, specimen or partly shady, woodland  or cottage garden. Blooms on both new and old wood. Prune to shape immediately after blooming and prune out weak or winter-damaged stems in early spring.
Hydrangea serrata Tuff Stuff™ RedTuff Stuff™ Red Reblooming Mountain Hydrangea1 Gal24-36″ x 24-36″Part Sun to Part Shade
The newest edition to the Tuff Stuff series of mountain hydrangeas. Large, lacecap flowers are a deep pink-red color which is set off by lustrous, deep green foliage. This reblooming hydrangea begins blooming in early summer on old wood and continues to produce flowers on new wood through autumn, ensuring a showy, abundant display. Small, rounded habit gives Tuff Stuff Red extra versatility in the landscape – grow it as a foundation planting, low hedge, edging, or specimen.
Ilex (Holly)
Ilex Crenata ‘Soft Touch’Soft Touch Compact Holly1 & 2 Gal2-3′ X 2-3′Full Sun
Ilex x ‘RutHol1’Emerald Colonnade® Holly2 Gal10-12′ x 6-8′Full Sun
Ilex Glabra Gem Box™Gem Box™ Inkberry Holly2 Gal24-36″ x 24-36″Part To Full Sun
A new dwarf, broadleaf evergreen that looks more like a boxwood than an inkberry holly. A dense, ball-shaped plant, Gem Box ilex has small, dainty, dark green leaves with attractive red tips during the spring flush. . It’s great as a small evergreen hedge or used as a container specimen in milder climates.
Itea (Virginia Sweetspire)
Itea viginica ‘Henry’s Garnet’Henry’s Garnet’ Virginia Sweetspire1 Gal5-6′ x 5-6′Full sun to Part Shade
Slender clusters of fragrant white flowers bloom in early summer and add to the multi-seasonal show from this award winning deciduous shrub. It will take full sun or grow in dappled shade. Extremely easy to care for.
Itea viginica Little Henry®Litle Henry Virginia Sweetspire1.5 & 3 Gal3′ x 3′Full sun to Part Shade
It will grow in full sun to full shade, and requires little pruning or other maintenance. Little Henry has lightly scented, pure white flowers that shoot like fireworks in the early summer horizon. It has a mounded, compact habit. Works well in a mixed border. The green summer foliage changes to a brilliant multitude of oranges and reds in the fall.
Juniperus (Juniper)
Juniperus squamata ‘Blue Star’Blue Star Juniper1 Gal2-3′ x 3-4′Full Sun
Use this low maintenance evergreen in a rock garden or as a low border plant. Ideal for mass plantings.
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Lagerstroemia (Crape Myrtle)
 Pocomoke • Enduring Summer Lavender • Rhapsody in Pink • Enduring Summer Red
Lagerstroemia indica ‘Pocomoke’Pocomoke Deep Pink Crape Myrtle2 Gal3-5′ x 4-5′Full Sun
A dwarf-size, multistemmed deciduous shrub with panicles of dark rosy pink flowers that bloom throughout the summer. The dark green foliage turns rich bronze-red in fall. Cold hardy. Use as accent, in containers or massed in borders.
Lagerstroemia Rhapsody In Pink®Rhapsody in Pink Crape Myrtle1 Gal10-15′ x 8-12′Full Sun
A vigorous growing crape myrtle. The new foliage is a dark wine color and the flowers are soft pink. Extra long flowering season due to new flower buds being formed on old flower panicles. Drought tolerant and highly resistant to powdery mildew.
Lagerstroemia ‘PIILAG B4’’Enduring Summer™ Lavender Crape Myrtle3 Gal4-5′ x 4-5′Full Sun
Clusters of lavender-pink blooms appear summer through fall against the glossy green foliage. Leaves emerge tinged with red and turn to dark green. This mid-sized Crapemyrtle
Lagerstroemia ‘PIILAG B5’Enduring Summer™ Red Crape Myrtle3 Gal4-5′ x 4-5′Full Sun
Clusters of bright true scarlet-red blooms appear summer through fall against the glossy green foliage. Leaves emerge tinged with red and turn to dark green. This deciduous shrub is considered a mid-size Crapemyrtle.
Malus (Crabapple)
Malus ‘Bailears’Ruby Tears™ Crabapple7 Gal8-10′ x 12-15Full Sun
Petite in size and graceful in form, this small ornamental tree fits in any landscape. Each spring the pendulous branches are covered with pink blossoms followed by small dark red fruit in summer. The folileage opens  burgundy and fades to a medium green.
Nandina
 Gulf Stream • Tuscan Flame • Blush Pink
Nandina domestica ‘Gulf Stream’Gulf Stream Nandina1 & 2 Gal3-3.5′ x 2.5-3′Full Sun to Part Shade
Forms a compact mound with good red winter foliage. Gulf Stream is a vigorous grower with metallic blue-green summer foliage nad has white flowers about 4 inches long from spring through summer. Use as a small hedge or for foundation plantings.
Nandina domestica ‘Tuscan Flame’Tuscan Flame Nandina2 Gal3-4′ x 3-4′Full Sun to Part Shade
This evergreen shrub produces small, star-shaped white flowers in mid summer. Its green foliage is accented by red new growth throughout the season and produces red berries in the fall. Use as a small hedge or for foundation plantings.
Nandina domestica ‘AKA’Blush Pink™ Nandina3 Gal2-2.5′ x 2.5-3′Full Sun to Part Shade
This compact growing Nandina features a mounding habit and the red colored new growth provides year round interest as it continuously blushes from spring through fall. Use as a small hedge or for foundation plantings.
Nandina domestica nana ‘Firepower’ Firepower Nandina
1 Gal2′ x 2′Full Sun to Part Shade
Firepower is a dwarf Nandina with larger leaves, dense foliage, more vigorous growth, and improved winter color. The lime green leaves turning to fire red in the fall. Use as a small hedge or for foundation plantings.
Nandina Sunray® Nandina Sunray® Nandina
3 Gal 1-2′ x 2-3′
Full Sun to Part Shade
The new growth on Sunray has hues of bright copper and bronze, and turns a brick-red in winter that highlights the dark-green foliage on this evergreen shrub. This dense, compact, Nandina is used as a small hedge or foundation plantings
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Prunus laurocerasus (Cherry Laurel)
Prunus laurocerasus ‘Chestnut Hill’Chestnut Hill Cherry Laurel1 & 2 Gal4′ x 4′Part to Full Sun
Chestnut Hill is a compact selection of Otto Luyken Cherry Laurel. The glossy foliage on this evergreen shrub has a refined look on a dense, vase-shaped form displaying a layered effect. Stalks of fragrant white flowers appear in spring. Excellent hedge, background or screen.
Prunus ( Weeping Cherry)
Prunus x ‘Extrazam’Weeping Extraordinaire™ Double Flowering Cherry5 Gal15-20′ x 15-20′Full Sun
Exraordinaire™ has a profusion of large, fluffy, double pink flowers that provides a fantastic early spring show on this deciduous weeping tree. The shiny copper-colored spring foliage turns a glossy deep green in summer, and takes on a rich burgundy tone in the fall. It is a wonderful specimen tree, or in pairs along paths to frame formal entry ways.
Prunus x ‘Snowfozam’Snow Fountains® Weeping Cherry5 Gal8-15′ x 6-8′Full Sun
Snow Fountain® has naturally weeping branches that are covered with snow white flowers on this fabulous, compact, deciduous tree. The red ornamental fruit follows the flowers in summer. It is very disease and insect resistant. A beautiful small yard tree that makes a great specimen tree.
Rhammus Frangula (Fine Line Buckthorn)
Rhammus FrangulaFine Line Buckhorn1 Gal60-84″ x 24-36″Part to Full Sun
Fine Line buckthorn has feathery foliage and a narrow upright habit. Use Fine Line in hedges, as an accent plant, or in a container. A great vertical accent for the perennial garden.
Roses
Drift® Roses are a cross between full-size groundcover roses and miniatures. They have the toughness of a groundcover rose along with great disease resistance and winter hardiness. They inherited a well manged size and repeat blooming from the miniatures. The low, spreading habit of Drift® Roses makes them perfect for smaller gardens, spreading gently around established plants, in borders. rock gardens or along paths.
 Apricot • Coral • Peach
Rosa ‘Meimirrot’Apricot Drift® Groundcover Rose8″1-2′ x 1-2′Full Sun
Double apricot colored flowers
Rosa ‘Meidrifora’Coral Drift® Groundcover Rose8″1-2′ x 2-3′Full Sun
Vibrant, coral-colored flowers
Rosa ‘Meiggili’Peach Drift® Groundcover Rose8″1-2′ x 1-2′Full Sun
Soft peach blooms
Pink • Popcorn • Red
Rosa ‘Meijocos’Pink Drift® Groundcover Rose8″1-2′ x 2-3′Full Sun
Deep pink flowers with a soft faced center
Rosa ‘Novarospop’Popcorn Drift® Groundcover Rose8″1-2′ x 1-2′Full Sun
Abundant soft yellow flowers fade to creamy white.
Rosa ‘Meigalpio’Red Drift Rose8″1-2′ x 2-3′Full Sun
Clusters of petite red flowers
Rosa hybrid ‘Wekvossutono’ (Floribunda)Julia Child Floribunda Rose2 Gal3′ x 3′Full Sun
This medium sized bushy rose has butter-gold double blooms. It was a 2006 AARS winner and was selected by Julia Child to be named in her honor. This prolific bloomer has licorice candy fragrance, glossy leaves and great disease resistance that make it irresistible.
Rosa x ‘Radtkopink’ Double Pink Knock Out® Shrub Rose1.5 & 2 Gal3-5′ x 3-5′Full Sun
A low maintenance rose that continually produces self-cleaning candy apple red double flowers with a slight spicy fragrance. Good resistance to black spot and downy mildew leaf diseases. An excellent low hedge or accent.
Rosa x ‘Radtko’ Double Knock Out® Shrub Rose1.5 Gal3-5′ x 3-5′Full Sun
A low maintenance rose that continually produces self-cleaning bright pink double flowers with a slight spicy fragrance. Good resistance to black spot and downy mildew leaf diseases. An excellent low hedge or accent.
Rosa ‘Radgardebyel’The Champion™ Yellow Rose2 Gal4′ x 4′Full Sun
This compact growing rose has large 2.5″ yellow flowers that fade to white. They bloom in late spring through summer. Excellent disease resistance and is perfect for borders and beds.
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Salix (Willow)
Salix sachalinensis ‘Golden Sunshine’Golden Sunshine Willow3 Gal8-18′ X 5-7′Sun to Part Shade
The rich, almost solid gold foliage emerges in early spring and keeps bright chrome color until turning chartreuse in autumn. A vigorous and adaptable Willow.
 Spirea
Lil’ Flirt • Lil’ Sizzle • Blue Kazoo • Candy Corn
Spiraea japonica ‘SMSJMLA’Lil’ Flirt™ Spirea2 Gal2.5′ x 2.5′Part Shade to Full Sun
An exceptionally tough and compact variety with rich burgundy new foliage that offsets deep pink flowers that appear in spring, and again in summer. Tolerates full sun without burning, and adapts to urban settings with poor soils – even compacted clay. Perfect for low borders, or en masse for dramatic effect. Deciduous.
Spiraea japonica ‘SMSJMLG’Lil’ Sizzle™ Spirea2 Gal2.5′ x 2.5′Part Shade to Full Sun
Lil’ Sizzle™ is an exceptionally tough and compact spiraea that packs a double punch with it’s bright orange new foliage that matures to gold, and the hot pink flowers that appear in spring, and again in summer. This deciduous shurb tolerates full sun without burning, and adapts to poor, compacted soils. It is perfect for a low border, hedge or massed foundation planting.
Spiraea media ‘SMSMBK’Double Play® Blue Kazoo™ Spirea5 Gal2-3′ X 2-3′Full Sun
The burgundy new growth highlights the stunning blue-green spring foliage, which turns to vibrant red in fall for multi-season interest on this deciduous shrub. The crisp white spring flowers add to the beauty. This easy care shrub is perfect for foundation and mass plantings.
Spiraea japonica ‘NCSX1’Double Play® Candy Corn™ Spirea1 Gal18-24″ x 18-30″Part to Full Sun
Candy Corn is a thriller with it range of colors. The bright candy apple red foliage emerges in spring and matures to a bold yellow, with a continuous topping of blazing orange all season long. It delivers an additional burst of color with its vibrant, red-violet blooms. This deciduous shrub is outstanding in mass plantings and low hedges, or as a border accent.
 Double Play Artisan • Double Play Big Bang • Double Play Gold • Double Play Red
Spiraea japonica ‘Galen’Double Play® Artisan® Spirea1.5 Gal2-3′ X 2-3′Full Sun
Artisan® Spireas have both colorful flowers and colorful foliage. Rich purple red new growth appears in spring and complements the deep pink summer flowers. This deciduous shrub provides a long season of color and is an easy to grow plant. It will maintains its compact, mounded shape with very little pruning.
Spiraea japonica ‘Tracy’Double Play® Big Bang™ Spirea1.5 Gal2-3′ X 2-3′Part to Full Sun
Big Bang™ offers a dazzling display of colorful foliage and flowers that provides beauty in the landscape from spring through fall. The spring foliage emerges as a glowing orange that transitions to deep yellow all summer long, returning to rich golden orange in autumn. The massive pink flowers are some of the largest  seen on a Spiraea. Use these easy care for deciduous shrubs in borders, perennial beds, or massed to provide long lasting excellent color.
Spiraea japonica ‘Yan’Double Play® Gold Spirea1.5 Gal16-24″ x 16-24″Full Sun
The bright gold foliage contrasts with abundant, hot pink spring flowers on this deciduous shrub. It will maintain its neat compact mounded shape with very little pruning. It is intensely colored, adding season-long impact to gardens with very little effort. Ideal for foundation and mass plantings.
Spiraea japonica ‘SMNSJMFR’Double Play® Red Spirea1.5 Gal2-3′ X 2-3′Sun to Part Shade
This spiraea is a low maintenance, deciduous shrub that is sure to become a favorite with its exciting color, in both foliage and flower. The double play of color takes place as rich burgundy foliage emerges in spring, followed by a stunning explosion of crimson-red blooms. Perfect for mass plantings or mixed shrub borders.
Spirea Gold Thread™ SpireaGold Thread™ Spirea1 Gal3-4′ x 3-4′Sun to Part Shade
This spring blooming decidous shrub has white flowers and chartreuse, willow-like leaves. It holds its color throughout the summer and turns a coral-orange in the fall. It’s a carefree, vigorous grower.
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Syringa (Lilac)
Palibin  • Miss Kim • Persian Lilac
Syringa meyeri ‘Palibin’Palibin Dwarf Korean Lilac2 Gal4-6′ x 5-7′Part to Full Sun
A dwarf, spreading lilac with reddish purple buds that open to fragrant, pale lilac flowers. This lilac blooms profusely in mid spring. Use in shrub borders or plant in mass to form a low hedge. 
Syringa pubescens subsp. patula ‘Miss Kim’Miss Kim Korean Lilac1 Gal6-8′ x 6-8′Part to Full Sun
This upright, compact lilac blooms later than others with deep purple buds that reveal clusters of highly fragrant, lavender-blue flowers. The foliage turns burgundy-tinged in fall. Excellent powdery mildew resistance. Great for border accent or mass planting.
Syringa x persicaPurple Persian Lilac1 Gal4-8′ x 5-10′Part to Full Sun
A vigorous, upright, deciduous shrub with dark green leaves and arching branches. This lilac is covered in fragrant, lilac-purple blooms in spring. Plant in spots where you can enjoy the fragrance.
Viburnum
Viburnum Opulus NanumDwarf European Cranberrybush Viburnum1 Gal2-3′ X 2-3′Part Sun
This is an extremely dense, dwarf mounded European Cranberrybush that requires no trimming. Use as a foundation plant or low hedge. Unlike other viburnums, this plant rarely flowers.
Vitex
Vitex agnus-castus ‘PIIVAC-Il’Blue Puffball™ Vitex3 Gal3′ x 3′Full Sun
Blue Puffball™ is the first perfectly dwarf vitex. It has a perfect ball-shaped plant with deep blue, fragrant flowers that bloom from summer into fall. The flowers form on new growth on this deciduous shrub.
Weigela
 Czechmark Trilogy • Crimson Kisses • Maroon Swoon • Spilled Wine
Weigela florida Czechmark Trilogy™Czechmark Trilogy™ Weigela3 Gal36-42″ x 36-42″Full Sun
Czechmark™ weigela is a new variety that has pure, true colors and bountiful blooms. Czechmark Trilogy™ is a show stopping shrub that blooms in late spring in white, pink, and red flowers at the same time on one plant! It is an easy to care for spring blooming deciduous shrub that attracts hummingbirds and bees.
Weigela ‘Slingco 1’Crimson Kisses Weigela1 Gal3′ x 3′Full Sun
A new, compact reblooming weigela with a tidy, rounded shape covered that has bright, lipstick red flowers, each kissed with a white eye, backed by dense, green foliage. This versatile deciduous shrub is a colorful choice to use in a flower border or to be planted in front of larger shrubs.
Weigela x Slingco 2Date Night™ Maroon Swoon® Weigela3 Gal4-5′ x 3-4′Full to Part Sun
This Weigela has an abundance of dark red, bell-shaped, and fragrant flowers that contrast nicely with the  dark green foliage on this deciduous shrub. 
Weigela florida ‘Bokraspiwi’Spilled Wine® Weigela1.5 Gal1-2′ x 2-3′Full Sun
This compact deciduous shrub has dark red, wavy leaves and a spreading habit that contract nicely with its tubular hot pink-magenta flowers. The non-fading foliage is a dark black-purple with an attractive wavy margin. The tubular flowers are attractive to hummingbirds.
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