Reblooming lilac blooms from spring and again from mid-summer to frost. Small habit fits into any garden. Good for cutting. Fragrant. Deer resistant.
Small white blooms mature into bright red fruit in fall with vivid color in winter after leaves have fallen. Needs a late blooming male variety planted nearby in order to produce berries. Use as foundation color or in the back of the border for seasonal interest. Ideal natural hedge. Deciduous.
Bright red berries combined with glossy, dark green foliage on this handsome shrub. Effective in pairs to frame an entrance or driveway, or massed into a hedge. Maintains dense, upright, conical shape with little or no pruning. For best berry display, plant a male pollenizer such as Blue Prince Holly nearby. Evergreen.
A hybrid holly with a tall, elegant, pyramidal form. Charming oak leaf-like foliage emerges bronze to burgundy in spring and matures to emerald green. Unlike most hollies, this selection sets small orange-red berries without needing a male pollenizer. A stunning and cold-hardy tall hedge or specimen. Evergreen.
This extremely cold hardy, beautiful little evergreen holly provides outstanding low growing bright green foliage to gardens with practically no maintenance! The dense, compact form has a rounded shape fitting nicely in today's landscapes. Deep purple winter color. Use as a pollenizer.
The best cold hardy selection from the National Arboretum. Tonto grows with vigor 8 to 10 feet tall and 6 to 8 feet wide. It has fine, light tan, exfoliating bark and red summer blooms. The fall foliage is bright orange-red to dark red.
Reddish new growth, becoming glossy green in summer. Purple flowers on new growth. This Crapemyrtle is resistant to leaf spot and powdery mildew. Matures at 6 to 10 feet tall and wide. Excellent as an accent flowering shrub or planted in masses.
Dark green foliage topped with deep rose-pink flowers blooming from mid-summer to frost. Released by the U.S. National Arboretum, one in their series of true dwarf Crapemyrtle. Average size is 2 to 3 feet tall and wide.
Panicles of pure white, soft textured flowers bloom all summer. Glossy dark green leaves turn vibrant orange-red in fall. Grows 20 feet tall and wide. Makes an excellent landscape specimen.
Glossy dark green foliage creates the perfect canvas for the lavender-pink flowers. Bloom time is extended. Brownish-gray exfoliating bark is outstanding. Red-orange fall color for added interest. Grows to 20 feet tall.
Bright pink flowers in summer contrast with the burgundy foliage. Leaves are thick and leathery turning orange in autumn. Highly resistant to powdery mildew and is very drought tolerant. Matures at 10 to 15 feet tall and 8 to 12 feet wide, making it ideal as a shrub or small tree.
Moonlight Magic™ has beautiful purple-maroon foliage that holds its color through summer heat. Bright white blooms provide sharp contrast from the foliage in late July and August. The upright habit is perfect for a small tree. Like our other dark leaf Magic™ crapes, Moonlight Magic™ is Cercospora resistant and an excellent replacement for purple leaf plums in areas where plums are defoliated by August.
New growth starts with a reddish color transitioning to a dark green in the summer months. Salmon pink flowers in summer months. Flowers appear on new growth. This Crapemyrtle reaches 6 to 10 feet tall and wide.
The show begins with bronze new leaves, maturing dark green, followed by masses of brilliant red flowers and finally showy red-purple foliage color in the fall. Compact habit and disease resistant foliage means easier care in shrub borders. Drought tolerant when established. Deciduous.
Geek out over this super tiny butterfly bush!
Lo & Behold® 'Pink Micro Chip' is the smallest member yet of this series of award-winning dwarf butterfly bush. It's a tiny and tidy mound of orchid-pink flower spikes, with a cute pincushion-like habit that makes it perfect for including in perennial gardens. Earlier blooming than other butterfly bush, which means you get non stop color from early summer clear through frost. Highly deer and rabbit resistant, too!
The next generation of Lo & Behold® 'Blue Chip' butterfly bush, young Junior is smaller, less brittle, and has attractive silver-green leaves. Great for mass plantings, containers or mixed into perennial gardens. This charmer flowers from mid-summer to frost.
Fragrant purple-blue flowers from mid-summer to frost. Spreading habit. Non-invasive. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds, but not to deer.
Featuring fragrant, bright fuchsia-pink blooms from summer to frost, and scented foliage, this plant is great for use in smaller areas of the garden. Will reach 2 to 2.5 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide. Deer and drought tolerant.
Hardy, deciduous summer-blooming shrub averaging 5 to 10 feet tall and 4 to 6 feet wide. It bears spectacular, fragrant bright pink flower spikes. Perfect choice for mixed borders and beds. Deer tolerant.
Smaller compact Butterfly Bush reaching 3 to 5 feet tall and wide at maturity. Blue flowers borne in 4 to 8-inch panicles from mid summer to frost. Perfect choice for mixed borders and beds. Deer tolerant.
Produces continuous masses of fragrant, blue flowers from summer to frost. Silvery gray leaves on a compact plant that will reach 2 to 2.5 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide. Perfect choice for mixed borders and beds.
Hardy, deciduous summer-blooming shrub with spectacular purple flower spikes. It has an arching, spreading habit and typically grows 5 to 10 feet tall and 4 to 6 feet wide. Perfect for borders and beds. Deer tolerant.