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Abelia Raspberry Profusion PP#18834
This compact low maintenance abelia is a heavy bloomer in early spring through summer with fragrant and very showy raspberry colored flowers. Average garden soil with good drainage. Compact to 4'. Full sun. Hummingbirds bees and butterflies can't resist!
Abelia x grandiflora
Evergreen to semi-evergreen shrub with light pink bell-shaped flowers. It will bloom typically summer through fall when the leaves will take on a bronzy tone with lower temperatures. It will lose most of it's leaves at 15'F/-9'C. It can freeze to the ground and recover next spring to bloom. Grows ...[ read more ]
Abelia x grandiflora ‘Confetti’ PP#8472
Evergreen glossy leaves with subtle white variegation turning maroon as weather gets cold creating winter interest. Plants bloom in summer thru fall with small fragrant whitish-pink flowers that attract bees and butterflies. Dense and compact shrub which is great for borders or foundation planting. Rather low maintenance shrub. Full sun ...[ read more ]
Abelia X grandiflora ‘Edward Goucher’
Evergreen shrub with light lilac-pink bell shaped flowers. It will bloom typically summer through fall when the leaves will take on a bronzy tone with lower temperatures. Compact form growing up to 3' tall and 5' wide with a lacy arching form. It prefers full sun and regular water. Less hardy ...[ read more ]
Abelia x grandiflora ‘Kaleidoscope’ P.P.# 16988
A SUNSET WESTERN GARDEN COLLECTION SELECTION Bright golden yellow variegation on medium green leaves along with brilliant red stems create a striking kaleidoscope of color. A low compact selection for patio containers or massing as a groundcover. Evergreen. Forms a low compact shrub 2 to 2 1/2 ft. tall 3 ...[ read more ]
Abelia X grandiflora ‘Prostrata’
Low growing compact plant 1.5 - 2 feet high spreading 4-5 feet wide with brilliant red flower bracts. Makes a good foreground shrub. Useful as a ground cover or for planting on a bank. Best in full sun. Tolerates mimimal shade.
Abutilon hybrid ‘Red’
Evergreen shrub can be grown as an annual in cold climates. Has an upright arching form growing up to 10' tall and wide. Broad maple like leaves with crimson colored drooping bell flowers bloom most of the year. Prefers sun to partial shade in hottest climates moderate to regular water.
Moderate-growing evergreen shrub or small tree with an upright, pyramidal to rounded growth habit to 20' tall and wide. This tough, low-maintenance, thornless species forms a moderately-dense canopy of attractive, narrow, grayish-green foliage accented with a profusion of caterpillar-shaped, powder-puff-like bright-yellow flowers that adorn this durable selection from winter to ...[ read more ]
Fast-growing evergreen shrub or small tree with a mounding growth habit to 15-20' tall and wide. This tough, low-maintenance, drought-tolerant Australian native can be grown as a single trunk tree but is more commonly left un-pruned to achieve its dense, bushy growth habit. Lance-shaped, light-green leaves are accented with lightly-fragrant, ...[ read more ]
Agapanthus orientalis ‘Baby Pete’ PP#21705
Selected for its dwarf compact habit and shorter wider leaves as well as its abundance of attractive blue flowers held just above the foliage. Does not set unsightly seed pods. Plant along a pathway group at an entry or use in a mixed container. Perennial. 6 to 8 in. ...[ read more ]
Agapanthus orientalis ‘Gold Stike’ PP#20650
A colorful compact evergreen variegated Lilly of the Nile with clumps of gold and green variegated foliage to 16 inches tall and topped in mid-summer with 24 inch tall dark stems holding deep blue buds that open to elegant picotee dark blue & pale blue (nearly white) white striped flowers. ...[ read more ]
Althaea Double Pink
The scientific name is Hibiscus syriacus and the common name is Rose-of-Sharon. The double flowers are in prominent shades of pink depending on the cultivar. Individual flowers stay open for one day and close at night. Great color with double flowers. Use as specimen or in groups. Prune this and ...[ read more ]