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Featured Shrub: Twist and Shout Hydrangea

Like all plants in the Endless Summer® Collection, Twist-n-Shout produces abundant blooms on both old and new wood all summer long. Lacy deep-pink centers are surrounded by gorgeous blossoms of pink or periwinkle blue, depending on soil type. Sturdy red stems and glossy deep green leaves turn red-burgundy in fall to offer year-round interest in the […]

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Great Rose: Cinco De Mayo

Cinco de Mayo™ This Weeks floribunda – in a smoky lavender & rusty red-orange blend is a seedling of Weeks’ Julia Child and puts a whole new spin on ‘flower power’.  The clusters of blooms never stop poppin’ open on this powerfully flowerful Floribunda.  Mysteriously colored & deliriously novel…it’s an indescribable blending of smoked lavender […]

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Featured Tree: Walking Stick

The walking stick tree  is an unusual plant that is bushy and has distinctive, twisting branches that give it a unique appearance, especially in the winter when the leaves drop off. The walking stick is striking at any time, but particularly so when it has a wall or solid fence as a backdrop.

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Featured Shrub: PeeGee Hydrangea

The Pee Gee Hydrangea is a showy, fast-growing shrub that can reach up to 25 feet tall.  With blooms reaching 6 to 18 inches that turn pinkish and darken to mauve, this hydrangea is easy to grow as a hedge or specimen plant.

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Featured Perennial: Sedum Autumn Joy

Sedum Autumn Joy is attracts butterflies with flowers blooming from August into November.  Flowers open pink and mature to a rich copper over the season. The 2 feet tall and wide looks great planted with ornamental grasses.  Sedum prefers moderately fertile, moist soil in full sun.

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Ornamental Grasses

Ornamental grasses in your garden give your outdoor space a decorative touch. Plant a range of grasses to create a border, or mix and match with perennials for a colorful display of flower and foliage forms. Grasses range in size from over 6 feet or more to small specimens of just a few inches. Mix […]

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