The State Street Maple is a small to medium sized shade tree with a dense, oval canopy that adds a wonderful accent to any landscape. Tolerant of urban and inner city environments as well as good heat and cold tolerance. Beautiful pale golden-yellows in the fall.
This Hardy (F) Kiwi produces reddish-purple, smooth skinned, large grape sized fruit with an amazing sweet flavor. Beautiful reddish-purple fruit ripens in September and October. Needs a hardy male pollinator, such as Actinidia arguta for fruit production. Expect 3-4 years after planting before fruit production. No significant pest or diease issues.
Enjoy the bright, beautiful blooms and amazing fragrance of this deciduous Azalea. Large, showy, yellow flowers with soft orange accents will add a bright pop of color to your landscape. Plant in mass, or as a single accent. Pest and disease resistant. Gorgeous burgundy-orange fall color.
A deciduous Azalea that blooms profusely in the late spring with red buds that open into showy red-orange flowers with darker red edges. Arneson Flame has great disease resistance. Fall foliage color is a deep, rich red.
A wonderful, evergreen Azalea with repeating, true red flowers that blooms with single and semi double flowers beginning in the spring and blooming into the fall months. Autumn Bonfire is beautiful in containers, mass plantings, borders or makes an nice small hedge.
This dwarf Boxwood has small, dark green, glossy foliage that stays green throughout the winter, without the bronzing typical to other Boxwood varieties. Compact, rounded habit is beautiful left natural, or prunes/shears nicely for a formal look. Perfect for a low hedge, container plant, specimen, or in groupings.
A showy Heather with vivid, semi-double, magenta blooms that mature to a deep ruby-red. Blooms beautifully in August, September and into October. This low-maintenance, evergreen is great for borders, rock gardens and containers. Drought tolerant once established.
This beautiful Heather adds interesting form and texture to your sunny beds, borders, rock gardens or containers. Stockholm has upright, square spikes of evergreen foliage toped with bright pink flowers.
The Tea Camellia produces the leaves used in almost all of the worlds favorite teas; white, green, olong and black teas are all harvested from Camellia sinsesis. This beautiful evergreen shrub has small, fragrant, white, single petal flowers with yellow stamens in the late fall through early winter. A lovely shrub that makes a nice hedge or privacy screen. Drought tolerant once established.
Unusual golden-yellow blooms with apricot centers adorn this Trumpet Vine. Also...this little guy isn't nearly as agressive - climbing just up to around 3 feet. Grows more like an airy shrub than a vine.
This Trumpet Vine blooms from mid-summer until frost! Orangy-red trumpet-shaped flowers (as the name implies!). Blooms are rather large. This sucker blooms and blooms! Give it plenty of sturdy support.