Broadleaf Evergreen. Big leaf Rhododendron that blooms on old wood. Only prune immediately after flowering. Larger variety
Broadleaf Evergreen. Hardy new variety from Proven Winners®. Pink to purple flowers in early spring. Acidic soils would help
Broadleaf Evergreen. Mounding boxwood with Fragrant inconspicuous flowers in spring. Tends to take on a yellowish color in winter time.
Broadleaf Evergreen. Would prefer some protection from winter cold. Honeymoon Holly have both male and female plants in the same pot so you no longer need to plant multiple plants to produce the fruit.
Broadleaf Evergreen. Faster growing variety.
Broadleaf Evergreen. Light pink flowers on dark green foliage in early spring. Red stems are very attractive
Broadleaf Evergreen. Mounding boxwood, stays darker green in winter. One of the hardier for our region.
Broadleaf Evergreen. Mounding boxwood, developed by Chicagoland Grows®. One of the hardier for our region.
Broadleaf Evergreen. This boxwood grows upright and can be trimmed to be a pyramid. Used as a taller hedge or a beautiful specimen.
Foliage is dark green with slight bluish cast. More upright than other varieties. Northern Charm™ makes a great hedge.