Low, uniform compact deciduous shrub with dark green satiny leaves which turn a red-purple in fall. Rounded clusters of white flowers develop from reddish-pink buds and emit a strong spicy fragrance. Red berries in the fall.
Strongly dissected, shiny green foliage, highlighted with a central black blotch, is topped in late spring with a dazzling display of sparkling pink, fragrant flowers. A wonderful cut flower for the shady garden.
This juniper is soft to the touch and provides dynamic, seasonal color changes. In the spring, it emerges an attractive chartreuse hue, changes to bright yellow and then takes on orange hues in the autumn. Spreading, horizontal habit and easy to grow, drought tolerant grower.
The tradition continues in the latest Canadian Artists series with the introduction of this vibrant multi-colored Campfire rose. The flower colour is quite variable, some flowers are nearly all pink and some nearly all yellow. Hardy and very good disease resistance.
The plant has an elegant look with its deep green cut leaves and clumping habit. Golden yellow flowers appear on purple black stems above the foliage in summer. Stunning in a group or as an accent in a container.
Distinctive, thick, brown to yellow-brown, non-shiny russet skin. This pear has an obvious neck and distinctly crisp-textured flesh. It is used in cooking and baking, as well as for eating raw. Ripens beginning of October. Self-sterile, cross pollination with another pear is necessary.
An outstanding natural horizontal tiered habit is further enhanced by leaves displaying a broad lime-green to chartreuse central zone surrounded by a well-defined, iridescent golden-yellow margin. Fragrant white blooms in early summer and masses of blue-black berries in autumn.