Sunsparkler * Dazzleberry Sedum.

Sunsparkler * Dazzleberry Sedum.

Now that is a mouthful. This Sedum resists heat, drought and truly requires extraordinarily little care. It will do extremely well in poor soil once it gets established. Plant some and see. They are quite easy to grow. The Sunsparkler* Dazzleberry Sedum will show off a great display of color as well as texture. Its foliage is an incredibly unique form of blue with shades of graphite that can not...

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Vision in Pink Astilbe

Vision in Pink Astilbe

Our spotlight turns to the Vision in Pink Astilbe. This plant has a clear soft pink plume that would light up any garden that has a shady spot in it from mid to late Summer. The Astilbe is admired for an attractive foliage and the elegance of its plumes. It adds a...

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Pink Beauty Potentilla

Pink Beauty Potentilla

For the start of October, we center our focus on the Pink Beauty Potentilla. This ornamental shrub is popular because of its prolific blooming. These can be used as a shrub border that is extremely decorative or place them along a walkway or even your driveway. This...

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Spring Snow Crabapple

Spring Snow Crabapple

Our final spotlight for the month of September turns to the Spring Snow Crabapple. You will be amazed and will adore this lovely, fruit-less flowering Crabapple. This tree explodes with a stunning display of fragrant white flowers in the Spring which reminds one of an...

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Tina Crabapple

Tina Crabapple

With the Tina Crabapple, you cannot go wrong. The tree grows around 8 to 12' tall at maturity and is about 8' wide. It has a single trunk and then branches out from there. This absolutely charming decorative tree is an enhancement to your garden or patio area. Its red...

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Purple Prince Crabapple

Purple Prince Crabapple

A Purple Prince Crabapple is a hardy Crabapple that has a massive flowering display in the Spring and abundant fruit display through the Fall in Winter seasons. An abundant display of red rose flowers in mid-Spring for nature's color fest. Then, this tree very easily...

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Lollipop* Crabapples

Lollipop* Crabapples

Our spotlight zones in on the Lollipop* Crabapple this week. Lollipop* Crabapples are an excellent, compact growing Crabapple that simply resembles a lollipop, thus the name. It is a compact dwarf tree that is a perfect match for a formal garden or possibly a patio or...

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Louisa Crabapple

Louisa Crabapple

This week’s spotlight is on the Louisa Crabapple. The Louisa is a weeping crabapple tree that yields a lovely pink flower. Its typical mature height is usually 12-15' tall and just as wide. Branches on the Louisa Crabapple generally cascade to and fan across the...

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Shadblow Serviceberry

Shadblow Serviceberry

With the Shadblow Serviceberry, you can't help enjoying the flowers give way to the small green berries as they turn red then into a deep purple (almost black) berry which when eaten taste very similar to blueberries with an almond accent. The Shadblow Serviceberry is...

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Regent Saskatoon Serviceberry

Regent Saskatoon Serviceberry

A Regent Saskatoon Serviceberry may be the plant that has your best interest in mind. Color, berries, widely adaptable, attractive to pollinators, and has great tolerance of many conditions. This plant is begging you to take it home and discover its advantages in your...

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