Exceptional foliage all growing season starting dark green and changing to dark red tones. Light purple flowers are very attractive in summer.
These unique hydrangeas fare better in cold weather than their cousins, big-leaf hydrangeas, making them the perfect choice for landscapes and gardens. Large, lacecap flowers are a deep pink-red color which is set off by lustrous, deep green foliage.
Flowers are a deep pink-mauve, and they’re held up on strong, sturdy stems that don’t flop. The show begins in early summer and because Invincibelle Mini Mauvette is a rebloomer, it continues clear through frost for an endless supply of flowers for the landscape or vase.
Dark, wine red blooms in mid to late summer. Outstanding color. Dark rich foliage contrasts very well with it. Blooms on new growth so it will bloom every year.
A fine plant for any landscape. $1 of every plant sold goes to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation®. Not only does it benefit a great cause, but it benefits your landscape as well. Rich pink flowers dance above the soft green foliage. Like wine, H. arborescens get better with age.
A dwarf form of Annabelle Hydrangea. No flopping! This plant is the real deal! Heavy flowering on strong stems makes this the perfect plant for semi-shady borders. Some sunlight will help.
This dwarf summersweet has very fragrant pure white flowers that attract butterflies in mid-summer. It has dark glossy foliage and holds its tight dense shape without pruning. The dark green foliage turns yellow in fall.
Extra large summer blooms are extremely fragrant. Fall color is a nice clean yellow. Butterflies are attracted while in bloom. Great for wet areas.
Hummingbird Clethra has an amazing sweet fragrance in summer. White flowers in spikes above the foliage. One of the last plants to leaf out, so wait a little bit before you think it’s dead. Prefers moist soils and part sun.
Pink flowers make this variety distinctive from the others. Spikes are born above green foliage. Very fragrant. Prefers moisture all the time. Fragile wood so do not place it in heavily trafficed areas.