Double, self cleaning flowers open peach colored with a light lemon-yellow center and then mature to pastel cream. The dark, glossy green foliage have excellent disease resistance. Blooms from late spring until late fall. Excellent specimen or mass planting.
Fruit is large, dark red. Flesh is greenish-yellow, juicy, medium-firm, and slightly coarse. Flavor is mild, subacid, pleasant. A hardy, natural semi-dwarf tree with good fireblight resistance. Harvest in late August. Eat Fresh, Baking, Pies.
Dense multi-stemmed evergreen shrub with a distinctive and refined pyramidal form. Its relatively fine texture sets it apart from other landscape plants. It has dark green foliage which emerges light green in spring. It holds its color into winter and resists wind burn.
A dwarf lilac suitable for smaller gardens and foundation beds. Compact, oval-rounded and very hardy. Clusters of fragrant, single, pink flowers bloom in late spring. Good reddish-purple fall color. Easy to grow, low maintenance shrub.
Upright arching foliage is topped in summer with fan like plumes. When clumps dry in the fall they add structural interest to the winter garden. Forms an arching clump with vivid yellow horizontal banding. Plumes emerge 30cm above foliage.
This is a compact, dense form with golden-yellow new growth at the tips that look like little lights. The foliage turns all green later in the season. Excellent choice for the small garden or the front of the house.
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.
Tight, vase-shaped form and incredible wine-red foliage that colors the plant starting in late summer. The fall veil of wine-red flowering spikes are equally showy. Good as a specimen, in masses, for screening, alongside ponds or streams, or even in large containers.