Sedums. A stalwart of the perennial garden. This is a plant that has forgiveness for hot sun, bad soil and drier sites. Sedums are easy to grow so even a beginning gardener will have success. Another name for sedums is 'Stonecrop'. There are so many … Continue Reading ››
Slightly smaller in size than its close cousin - Autumn Blaze Maple, we have seen how well Celebration Maple fits into landscapes while showing excellent growth, deeper green foliage, outstanding branching and shape, good disease resistance, and a lovely mix of … Continue Reading ››
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Technito Arborvitae is a smaller sized selection of Techny Arborvitae that has all the great features of its parent while taking up considerably less space in the landscape. Technito Arborvitae has the same beautiful dark green evergreen foliage … Continue Reading ››
Hydrangea paniculata 'Tardiva' Late Panicle Hydrangea is trained to a single stem with a round head. An upright, vigorous grower, the white flowers start to bloom in late August that are showy and which age to a lovely … Continue Reading ››