Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry – Shrub Form

Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry – Shrub Form

Our spotlight zones in on the Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry - Shrub Form this week. This beauty of a shrub (or tree) busts outshining in Spring with it is large, puffy white blooms which cluster all over its branches. This attracts all types of butterflies to its owner’s garden. The flowers will then yield to a green berry which eventually turns a deep red color and has a unique flavor. It...

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Standing Ovation* Serviceberry

Standing Ovation* Serviceberry

The Standing Ovation* Serviceberry is a 12 - 15-foot-high, 4-foot-wide widely adaptable plant that thrives from coast to coast, north to south. It is a Native American plant that displays a massive bloom in the Spring and yields an edible berry in the summer which...

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Tinkerbelle* Lilac

Tinkerbelle* Lilac

The Tinkerbelle* Lilac is in a class of its own. The fairytale lilac has magical beauty with abundant flowers, lively scent, and great form. Deep red buds bloom in the Spring which opens to approximately 5-inch-long panicles of pink flowers that last till nearly late...

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Bird’s Nest Spruce

Bird’s Nest Spruce

Are you looking for a small yet attractive focal point on your property? Then check the Bird's Nest Spruce. This adorable low growing, sunlight loving, distinctive-looking evergreen is the perfect "big/little" evergreen for you. It's low maintenance, delicate...

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Bloomerang* Dark Purple Lilac

Bloomerang* Dark Purple Lilac

Here is something interesting. The Bloomerang* Dark Purple Lilac. That is a mouthful! It is also full of brilliance and color. Just as the name suggests, the blooms come out in Spring then go away only to return in the Summer and into the Fall. It provides a most...

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Pocahontas Lilac

Pocahontas Lilac

For this week we look at the Pocahontas Lilac. This showy lilac is a crowd-pleaser wherever it is found. Whether as a focal point or as a screening shrub, the Pocahontas Lilac and its fragrant blooms just dazzles its onlookers. The upright plant is a cold-hardy,...

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Donald Wyman Lilac

Donald Wyman Lilac

According to many sources, the Donald Wyman Lilac is thought to be the fines lilac of them all. This beautiful plant features panicles of fragrant purple/pink flowers that bloom in late Spring. This lovely variety of lilac loves full sunlight and prefers well-drained...

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Miss Kim Lilac

Miss Kim Lilac

We feature this week the Miss Kim Lilac. A compact lilac that you will find fits in any yard. This is an excellent lilac for our region. The Miss Kim Lilac has a massive purple bud that is very fragrant and blooms in early Spring. The form of this lilac is nicely...

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Russian Cypress

Russian Cypress

For this week we look at the Russian Cypress. This low growing evergreen likes full sun to full shade. It adapts to many soil and temperature conditions. This evergreen is a hardy example of plant life in Siberia, where only the strong survive. It’s deer resistant,...

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Grey Owl Juniper

Grey Owl Juniper

The Grey Owl Juniper has a mature height of 2 to 3 feet and a mature spread of 5 to 6 feet. This colorful evergreen can be planted in full sun and its silver/grey foliage can be enjoyed by any who admire it. This Juniper can be a charming addition to any home or...

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