Aronia ‘Groundhog’

A super tough native shrub that naturally grows as a dense ground cover. This unique habit makes it the ideal plant for transforming difficult areas into beautiful, low maintenance plantings. Spring brings a flurry of dainty white flowers nestled among the glossy green foliage; come fall, dark purple berries develop, along with outstanding red foliage. Super durable, growing well even in challenging soil and conditions – it’s up to your toughest landscape challenges!

Garden Height: 8-14″
Spacing & Spread: 36″

Aronia ‘LowScape Hedger’

A super versatile native flowering shrub. Reaching just 3-5′ tall, it’s a dense column of glossy green foliage that’s perfect for low hedges or screening. In Spring, it’s covered in hundreds of white flowers, by fall, the foliage lights up in bright reds and oranges. Grows well just about anywhere: in full sun or part shade, wet or dry soils, in hot climates or cold ones. Non-suckering; Can be pruned into a formal hedge or left to grow naturally.

Garden Height: 36 – 60”
Spacing & Spread: 24 – 36”

Barberry ‘Concorde’

A dwarf globe shaped barberry with deep purple, velvety foliage. New growth is red giving the shrub an interesting accent. Fruit is red and sparse. Its small size makes it ideal for the perennial border or the front of a shrub border. Tolerates dry conditions well.

Height: 2′
Spread: 3′
Shape: Rounded
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Dark purple
Fall Foliage: Dark purple

Zone: 4-8

Blueberry ‘Jellybean’

A very dwarf blueberry bush with ornamental features. It makes a great container plant for a patio or conversation starter at the edge of a garden. This diminutive blueberry bush is an excellent choice if you’d like a fruit-bearing bush but have little space.

Calycanthus ‘Aphrodite’

Big summer flowers look like a deep red magnolia. Very long blooming. Large, lush shrub provides lots of coverage – ideal for privacy. Continuous Bloom or Rebloomer, fragrant flower

Plant Type: Shrub
Shrub Type: Deciduous
Height Category: Tall
Garden Height: 60 – 96 Inches
Spacing: 72 – 84 Inches
Spread: 60 – 72 Inches
Flower Colors: Red

Cotoneaster ‘Tom Thumb’

‘Tom Thumb’ has a unique appeal due to its shiny miniature leaves and the herringbone pattern of its branches. This dwarf variety will eventually spread to 6′ and self-root where limbs touch the ground. Although it rarely bears fruit, the stunning red fall color is reward enough. Looks spectacular in a rock garden. Prefers dry soil and full sun.

Height: 8-12″
Spread: 4-6′
Shape: Low, spreading
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Glossy, dark green
Fall Foliage: Red

Zone: 4-9

Dogwood ‘Arctic Fire’

A compact selection of the ever-popular ‘baileyi’ red stem dogwood. Dark red winter stems, a non-suckering habit and compact form make this a beautiful addition to any garden.

Height: 3-4′
Spread: 3-4′
Shape: Upright
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Dark green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant

Zone: 3-7

Dogwood ‘Ivory Halo’

This compact selection of variegated dogwood provides beautiful variegated foliage in summer and attractive red twigs in winter. Its finer textured, fuller, more compact form lends itself to use in smaller planting areas.

Height: 5-6′
Spread: 5-6′
Shape:Compact, rounded
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Variegated, white and green

Diervilla ‘Kodiak Black’

Dark burgundy-black foliage. Clusters of yellow trumpet-shaped flowers in early summer attracting butterflies and hummingbirds. Shrub drops its glossy leaves in the fall. The new green leaves that emerge in the spring quickly change to a dark red variegated color darker in the fall. Grows in sun or shade in zones 5 to 8. This dense multi-stemmed mounded shrub matures to 3 to 4 feet tall and wide. The multiple stems fill out this plant beginning at ground level.

Elderberry ‘Lemon Lace’

A low maintenance shrub that produces great color from spring to fall. The light foliage really stands out in most landscaping. The new leaves that grow start out red and eventually turn golden green. There are showy white flowers in spring to early summer.

Elderberry ‘Laced Up’

An amazing narrow, upright variety that takes up only a few square feet of ground. Feathery black foliage covers broomstick-straight stems that shoot toward the sky but stay in a narrow column. Early summer brings hundreds of pink flowers to contrast with the leaves. It’s an exotic looking plant that’s surprisingly hardy and easy to grow!

Height: 6-10′
Spread: 3-4′
Shape: Upright
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Foliage: Dark purple
Fall Foliage: Insignificant

Zone: 4-7

Euonymus ‘Little Moses’

Densely compact and one of the smallest varieties, best known for its incredible fall color. The bluish-green foliage lasts throughout the season and turns to deep crimson in fall, lasting longer than other varieties. Corky harvest gold stems add for a great ornamental feature in winter as well. A relatively low maintenance shrub, does well in full sun and full shade. It is very adaptable to moist and dry locations and is highly tolerant of urban pollution.

Height: 2-3′
Spread: 2-3′
Shape: Rounded
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Foliage: Dark green
Fall Foliage: Red
Zone: 4-8

Hepatacodium ‘Tianshan’ (Seven-Son Flower)

Clusters of fragrant, creamy-white flowers appear late summer, with each whorl containing 7 flowers. The blooms are followed in autumn by unusual purplish-red fruits. It’s compact habit, growing only 8-12′, spreading only 5-7′. It is well branched and forms a rounded, upright shrub or small tree with dark green shiny foliage that turns yellow in late fall. Exfoliating bark is very attractive in the winter. Use as a feature plant or as an informal hedge.

Height: 8-12′
Spread: 5-7′
Shape: Upright arching
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Foliage: Green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 5-9

Hypericum ‘St. John’s Wort’

A hardy form of Hypericum, selected at Iowa State University. ‘Ames’ is a perfectly rounded shrub with masses of beautiful 1″ golden yellow flowers that bloom in mid summer.

Height: 2-3′
Spread: 2-3′
Shape: Rounded
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 4-7

Hydrangea ‘Annabelle’

White flower heads are more erect than ‘Grandiflora’. Thrives in shade. Flowers may be small the first year, normal size by the second year. 2001 PA Gold Medal Award Winner. Rarely to never fed on by Japanese beetles.

Height: 4-5′
Spread: 3-5′
Shape: Rounded, low growing
Exposure: Part Sun
Foliage: Dark green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 3-9

Hydrangea ‘Berry White’

Strong, upright stems and large cone-shaped flower panicles that stay upright, this plant is a summer stunner. The flower color starts out white in July then progresses to dark pink. Coloring occurs from the bottom and progresses to the top of the panicle. Color shades can vary according to location, climate and type of soil.

Height: 6-7′
Spread: 4-5′
Shape: Upright
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Foliage: Medium Green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 3-8

Hydrangea ‘BloomStruck’

Cold tolerant, its glossy dark green leaves are more heat resistant, which prevents wilting in mid-day heat. The reblooming mophead had rounded flowers averaging 3.5-5″ across in intense rose-pink, violet or blue, depending on pH levels. Flower heads are held upright on striking ruby red stems, adding to this plant’s retail presence.

Height: 3-4′
Spread: 4-5′
Shape: Rounded to spreading
Exposure: Morning Sun, Part Shade
Foliage: Dark green
Fall Foliage: Burgundy-red
Zone: 4-9

Hydrangea ‘Bobo’

This dwarf hydrangea will turn heads! Engulfed by large white flowers in the summer. The flowers are held upright on strong stems, and continue to grow and lengthen as they bloom. This early blooming variety has already won the Golf Floral award for best novelty plant, and is an undeniable asset to any small garden.

Height: 2.5-3′
Spread: 3-4′
Shape: Upright rounded
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Foliage: Dark green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 3-8

Hydrangea ‘Bombshell’

A tight dwarf with white sprays of rounded free form flowers that turn rosy with age. An easy growing hydrangea.

Height: 2-3′
Spread: 3-4′
Exposure: Part Shade to Shade
Zone: 4-8

Hydrangea ‘Diamond Rouge’

Abundant, long lasting, rounded flower heads that start white and progress to pink, intense raspberry red and finally wine red. Flowers start blooming in July and take on red coloration earlier in the season than other pink paniculatas. Flower color is the best in the fall when night temperatures are 10 degrees cooler than day temperatures. Flower color varies based on climate and growing conditions.

Hydrangea ‘Invincibelle II’

It delivers darker foliage, stiffer stems, and larger flowers of a deeper, truer pink. The blooms age to an attractive green instead of the bisque color of the original. Blooms every year from mid-summer to frost.

Hydrangea ‘Lavalamp Flare’

Flowers open pure white then turn pink, and will be an extremely light rosy-pink in the fall. The colder it gets the more vibrant the color. The flowers resemble a lava lamp or cone shape. The flower color is not affected by soil pH. Blooms on this super-hardy and easy to grow hydrangea are produced on new wood, which means you will see flowers even after even the harshest winters. Excellent fall foliage color before winter.

Height: 2′-3′
Spread: 2′-3′
Exposure: Full Sun to partial shade
Foliage: Green
Flower Color: White at bottom, fading to pink at the top

Zone: 3-9

Hydrangea ‘Limelight’

Exquisite, bright, lime-green to cream flowers, a beautiful color that adds a much needed brightness to the late summer landscape. In autumn the blooms display shades of pink, burgundy and green. Excellent vigor and floriferous blooming. Prefers loamy, moist, well-drained soil in sun or part shade. Flowers on new wood so it can be pruned in winter or early spring. Rarely to never fed on by Japanese beetles.

Height: 6-8′
Spread: 5-7′
Shape: Upright, rounded
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Foliage: Medium green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant

Zone: 3-8

Hydrangea ‘Little Lime’

A dwarf form of the extremely popular ‘Limelight’ hydrangea. Same great flowers but is about a third size of the original. Soft lime-green flowers mature to pink and burgundy in fall.

Height: 3-5′
Spread: 3-5′
Shape: Upright rounded
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Foliage: Green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 3-8

Hydrangea ‘Little Quickfire’

Early blooming, flowering about a month before other hydrangeas. White flowers transform to pink-red as summer progresses. This dwarf plant fits easily into any landscape, including container gardens.

Height: 3-5′
Spread: 4-7′
Shape: Upright rounded
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Foliage: Green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 3-8

Hydrangea ‘Quickfire’

Quick to bloom, a month earlier than other varieties. Will flower in late May or early June depending on your location. The flowers begin to turn deep pink before ‘Pink Diamond’ even begins to show flowers. A terrific way to extend the hydrangea season. Rarely to never fed on by Japanese beetles.

Height: 6-8′
Spread: 6-8′
Shape: Rounded
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Foliage: Medium green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 3-8

Hydrangea ‘Quickfire Fab’

Same super-early bloom time, rock-solid reliability of the original Quick Fire hydrangea, but adds big, full, showy mop head blooms to the mix. It’s the best way to get the earliest possible panicle hydrangea flowers, expanding the seasonal display by two weeks or more every year. Each lush bloom, you’ll see each floret has an unusual cruciform shape which gives them a textural effect you won’t find in other panicle hydrangeas. As the blooms age, they turn blush pink, then bright pink, then red, from the bottom up, making each one look like a big delicious ice cream cone that goes from vanilla to berry as the summer progresses. Provides 3+ months of flowers and color in your landscape or garden, and does it all with almost no work or effort from you.

Garden Height: 72 – 96″
Spacing & Spread: 60-72″

Hydrangea ‘Strawberry Sundae’

Compact version of Vanilla Strawberry. Flowers emerge creamy white in mid-summer and change to pink at night temperatures cool down. Adds striking flowers to small spaces or patio containers. The color lasts well into fall.

Height: 4-5′
Spread: 3-4′
Shape: Compact, upright
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Foliage: Medium green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 3-8

Hydrangea ‘Summer Crush’

It’s not just about blue or pink anymore! This intense, deep coloration is a true differentiator with a profusion of big raspberry red or neon purple blooms. Proven to be Zone 4 cold hardy and the most wilt resistant yet, this compact growing hydrangea with dark green glossy leaves fits smaller spaces in the garden and is the perfect size for patio containers.

Height: 18-36″
Spread: 18-36″
Shape: Upright, rounded
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Foliage: Green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant

Zone: 4-9

Hydrangea ‘Tiny Tuff Stuff’

Very hardy reblooming hydrangea!  We love Hydrangea serrata because they are so bud hardy and bloom reliably. This is a real beauty, with flowers so delicate and refined that it seems strange to call them tough – but they are. Extremely bud-hardy, each year it produces abundant lacecap flowers comprised of doubled sepals. It is a rebloomer. While this plant leans to blue, the flower color may range from blue to pink to white, all soft, delicate shades perfect for refined gardens. The flowers age to an attractive pink, and tip down in a distinctive arching fashion. It has smaller, narrower leaves and an abundance of dainty flowers that cover the plant every summer. Add aluminum sulfate to the soil to encourage blue flower color.

Garden Height: 18 – 24″
Spacing & Spread: 18 – 24″

Hydrangea ‘Vanilla Strawberry’

The enormous flower heads are a blend of vanilla and strawberry, held upright on red stems. Flowers emerge creamy white in midsummer, change to pink as the night temperatures drop and finally turn strawberry red. New blooms emerge as older blooms change color, giving the plant a multicolored effect in late summer and early fall. The red coloring lasts at least 3-4 weeks. Plants grow upright, then cascade later in the season.

Height: 6-7′
Spread: 5-6′
Shape: Upright
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Foliage: Medium green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant

Zone: 3-8

Lilac ‘Double Blue’

There are about 15 different species of lilacs found in nature, and Syringa hyacinthiflora is the queen of them all when it comes to fragrance. The cool purple blooms take on a blue tone in the spring sunshine, each one full of petals for a delicate seashell-like effect. This very heavy bloomer exhibits excellent disease resistant and a handsome, appealing shape that will look right at home in your landscape.

Garden Height: 72 – 96″
Spacing & Spread: 72 – 96″

Lilac ‘Dwarf Korean’

This dwarf variety has an excellent uniform habit and red-purple buds that open to fragrant, single, pale lilac flowers. Previously known as Syringa palibiniana, it bears profuse blooms at an early age.

Height: 4-5′
Spread: 5-7′
Shape: Compact, low spreading
Exposure: Full Sun

Lilac ‘Miss Kim’

This hardy lilac from Korea has purple buds that open to single, fragrant, pale lilac flowers when other lilacs have finished. Also known as Syringa velutina, it has leaves larger than S. meyeri and S. microphylla and beautiful burgundy-red fall color.

Height: 6-7′
Spread: 5-6′
Shape: Broad, spreading
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Dark, glossy green
Fall Foliage: Burgundy-red
Zone: 3-7

Lilac ‘Tinkerbelle’

This compact lilac is the result of crosses made between Syringa meyeri ‘Palibin’ and Syringa microphylla ‘Superba’. It exhibits a growth habit and bloom time similar to Dwarf Korean, but with a pleasing, spicy fragrance and incredible wine-red flower buds that open to pink.

Height: 5-6′
Spread: 4-5′
Shape: Upright
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 3-7

Magnolia ‘Royal Star’

It comes to life in spring with huge, 4-inch double blossom flowers whose unique beauty is hard to put into words. Unlike any flower you’ve ever seen, these star-shaped beauties are such prolific bloomers they nearly cover the tree completely. Given the name “Royal” for a reason, there’s something undeniably elegant about this tree. The familiar Magnolia fragrance is strong and irresistible too. Late Blooming: Blooms after the threat of freeze has passed.

Ninebark ‘Amber Jubilee’

Striking new foliage in glowing tones of orange, yellow and gold. Rounded and dense in habit, this shrub with its bold array of colors makes an eye-catching hedge. Delicate white blooms are produced in spring. Summer foliage is green. Can be stage pruned in production through July to force colorful new growth. Fall foliage is highlighted with tones of red and purple, making this mildew resistant ninebark appealing over the entire season. Plant in full sun for best performance.

Height: 5-7′
Spread: 4-6′
Shape: Upright, rounded
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Yellow, orange to green & purple
Fall Foliage: Red and purple

Zone: 2-7

Ninebark ‘Festivus Gold’

Colorful and easy care, ninebarks are a go-to plant for any sunny spot. It has a semi-dwarf habit and bright yellow foliage. Even in full sun, the foliage stays bright and cheery and free from the fungal diseases that plague other varieties. In spring, the entire plant in engulfed in white flower clusters. Native to North America, so it’s extra tough and adaptable to various sites and soils.

Garden Height: 36 – 48 Inches
Spacing & Spread: 48 – 60 Inches

Ninebark ‘Little Devil’

This improved ninebark has an upright spreading habit and fine textured, dark foliage that sets it apart from other ninebark. It is also mildew-resistant and low maintenance as it needs little to no pruning and is free from pest and disease issues and adapts to wet or dry soil. Clusters of small purplish-white flowers in June contrast nicely with the burgundy foliage. Little Devil is a good substitute for barberry in areas of the country where barberry may be invasive.

Height: 3-4′
Spread: 3-4′
Shape: Upright rounded
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Red-purple
Fall Foliage: Insignificant

Zone: 3-7

Ninebark ‘Summer Wine’

Improved variety of ninebark with neat, compact branching and fine, deeply cut, dark crimson-red leaves. Combines the fine texture of Physocarpus ‘Nanus’ with dark foliage. Requires little pruning. Pinkish-white flowers in mid-summer show nicely against the dark foliage.

Height: 5-6′
Spread: 5-6′
Shape: Upright rounded
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Deep Green
Fall Foliage: Purple to red

Zone: 3-7

Ninebark ‘Tiny Wine’

Tiny Wine is a dwarf ninebark variety features nice compact branching habit, with dark burgundy colored foliage. Foliage color is darkest, and displays best in planting locations with good sun exposure – insufficient sun exposure will cause the foliage to be lighter, with dark green mixed with burgundy. Works great as a foreground planting, low growing colorful hedging, or as a group planting in clusters of 3 or 4. White bloom heads, similar in appearance to Spirea, begin to display in mid to late spring and often times have tinges of pink. Blooms persist through mid summer in most climates, and are followed by hanging clusters of seed capsules in late summer through fall. Seed capsules start out as a burgundy color, and slowly change to a bright fiery red color when ripened.

Rose, Easy Elegance ‘Coral Cove’

Easy to care for and only 2′ tall and wide, and sports shapely blooms of orange, coral, pink and yellow all season long. Extremely useful in a small garden, they also make fine bedding plants along a walkway or at the front of the border. Highly disease resistant. This ever-blooming gem has double blooms whose outer petals are dark pink changing to orange and finally to bright yellow at the center.

Coral Cove rose is one of the hardiest roses on the market today. With modern breeding techniques, you can now enjoy the classic beauty of hybrid tea roses without all of the work you remember.

Rose, Easy Elegance ‘High Voltage’

Shockingly beautiful clusters of double yellow blossoms are held high on sturdy canes. Super clean foliage complements the fragrant blooms. Upright, vase-shaped habit will stand up in the back of the border or stand out as an accent. Portland Rose Society Best Shrub Rose 2010. Own root.

Height: 4-5′
Spread: 2-4′
Shape: Upright, vase
Exposure: Full Sun
Zone: 4-9

Rose, Easy Elegance ‘Little Mischief’

Let mischief reign in your garden with this compact everblooming rascal. New blooms of deep-pink with a white eye contrast nicely with the older, lighter pink blooms. With its glossy green foliage, low-growing habit and disease-resistant foliage, the only trouble this rose will get into will be with the rose it replaces in your garden. A wonderful companion plant in a border planting, a hedge plant or in a decorative container as the star performer. Own root.

Height: 2-3′
Spread: 2-4′
Exposure: Full Sun
Zone 4-9

Rose, Easy Elegance ‘Mystic Fairy’

Irresistible blooms of rich red with pink undertones carpet the plant in massive clusters all summer long. New foliage is glossy red, which slowly gives way to dark green mature leaves, a striking complement to the blooms. This compact, vigorous shrub rose is crown hardy to zone 4 and resistant to both blackspot and mildew. Mystic Fairy® has sterile flowers, produces no hips and doesn’t know how to quit blooming. Own root.

Height: 3-4′
Spread: 3-4′
Shape: Upright rounded
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Dark green
Zone: 4-9

Rose, Easy Elegance ‘Paint the Town’

Clusters of fragrant, double 3.5″ red blooms carpet this rose from late spring until frost. These hybrid tea-shaped flowers are accented by glossy, dark green foliage and a spreading-to-mounded habit. Highly disease resistant.

Rose, Easy Elegance ‘Superhero’

You don’t have to be a Super Hero to grow great roses. Clusters of perfect, red blossoms stand out strongly against clean, medium to dark green, satiny foliage. Try this neat, compact, disease-resistant shrub in the border or foundation planting. Grows well in cooler and warmer regions. Own root.

Height: 3-6′
Spread: 3-6′
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Medium green
Zone: 4-9

Rose, Easy Elegance ‘Sunrise Sunset’

A stunning blend of colors, with 2-2.5″ blooms of bright fuchsia-pink fading to apricot near the centers. Slightly fragrant, semi-double flowers are everblooming on this vigorous, spreading shrub. Blue-green foliage is disease resistant. Ideal as a groundcover, also well suited to mass plantings.

Spirea ‘Double Big Bang’

Japanese spirea comes by its popularity earnestly: durable, super easy to care for, and perfectly pretty pink flowers in spring. The biggest, pinkest flowers of any Japanese spirea. It also offers super colorful new growth, especially when it emerges in early spring. That’s what makes it a perfect Double Play! Like other Japanese spirea, it’s drought tolerant, deer resistant, grows and blooms well in partial shade, and maintains a nice, neat shape without pruning.

Garden Height: 24 – 36″
Spacing & Spread:  36 – 48″

Spirea ‘Double Play Gold’

Hot pink flower clusters rise above the bright gold foliage of the compact spirea. This small mounded spirea plays a thriller role in garden containers, beds or borders. The bright yellow foliage alone makes this spirea a unique complement to green-leafed plants in your landscape. Perfect for a low border or companion for a taller shrub. Grows in a neat mounded form. It adds all-season color. The pink flowers attract hummingbirds, but the shrub is deer resistant.

Height: 1.5-2′
Spread: 1.5-2′
Exposure: Full Sun
Zone: 3-8

Spirea ‘Double Play Red’

Big flower heads boast a deep, true red like nothing the genus has ever seen! Compact and super large-flowered. The leaves are wide and gently serrated. The blooms are flat-topped and very showy, bringing butterflies, bees and occasional hummingbirds. Needs no pruning, but if you want to shape it, do so right after it finishes blooming, since it will flower on new wood. Deer tend to leave it alone, and it forms a naturally plump, bushy shape that looks natural. Robust and adaptable with a revolutionary red color!

Height: 2-3′
Spread: 2-3′
Zone: 4-9

Spirea ‘Little Spark’

This little spirea has orange new growth and holds its yellow foliage color throughout the summer, even in full sun situations. A summer bloomer, the pink flowers arise just above the foliage, and if you give them a quick shear when they are done, it will bloom again in late summer. Fall color includes shades of pink, creating a multi-toned effect.

Height: 18-24″
Spread: 18-30″
Shape: Rounded, spreading
Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Foliage: Orange to yellow
Fall Foliage: Reddish-pink
Zone: 3-8

Spirea ‘Superstar’

This superstar is a branch sport of ‘Froebelii’, with a smaller more compact form. Foliage is deep green, showing off the stunning, scarlet red new growth to its best advantage. Pink blossoms grace the plant in June, and it will rebloom in August if spent flowers are pruned. The three-season appeal continues with an excellent bronze fall color.

Height: 2-3′
Spread: 3-4′
Shape: Rounded
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Dark green
Fall Foliage: Bronze
Zone: 3-8

Sorbaria ‘Matcha Ball’

Forms a perfect round ball of pretty fern-like foliage in a fresh shade of green. When the foliage first emerges in the spring there is a hint of color in the leaves and petioles that ranges from red to orange in color, ultimately maturing to green.

Weigela ‘Midnight Wine’

Ideal for the front of the border or for edging the perennial bed. This tidy mound of dark burgundy-purple leaves can be used as an accent plant or a dramatic mass planting. Consider using it instead of ‘Crimson Pygmy’ Barberry: Midnight Wine doesn’t have any thorns!  It may produce a light crop of pink flowers in spring. Maintenance free and needs no pruning because its habit is perfect the way it is. Just give it sun and water and you’ll have intense color from spring to fall.

Garden Height: 10 – 12″
Spacing: 24 – 30″
Spread: 18 – 24″

Weigela ‘Red Prince’

The most important characteristic of this plant is its ability to hold its flower color (red) as they age rather than taking on a purplish tint which often happens with other varieties. Tendency for a secondary bloom in late summer, particularly if spring bloom was sparse.

Height: 5-6′
Spread: 5-6′
Shape: Upright, branches arching at maturity
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 4-8

Weigela ‘Spilled Wine’

The new look purple leaved weigela! Spilled Wine has dark red, wavy leaves and a spreading habit. Its hot pink-magenta flowers are similar to those of Wine & Roses, but this is a smaller plant that is wider than it is tall. This is a wonderful plant for adding lots of color in mass plantings, or tucked into an existing border.

Height: 1.5-2′
Spread: 2-3′
Shape: Spreading
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Purple & green
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 4-8

Weigela ‘Wine & Roses’

A cultivar developed in the Netherlands has incredibly dark burgundy-purple foliage which really sets off the rosy-pink flowers. An improvement over ‘Java Red’.

Height: 4-5′
Spread: 3-5′
Shape: Rounded
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Burgundy-purple
Fall Foliage: Insignificant
Zone: 5-8

Willow ‘Flamingo’

Growing dappled willow trees have leaves that are light green mottled with white in the spring and summer and the “flamingo” inspired new growth of deep pink color. In the fall and winter, the tree really stands out with bright red stems showcasing the unique foliage, which will eventually yellow and drop off. Dappled Japanese willow tree blooms with yellow catkins in the early spring. As a shrub it must be pruned to maintain the starburst shape and reign in its growth to between 4 and 6′.

Willow ‘Iceberg Alley’

The powdery, silver foliage of this small shrub will be a great addition to the landscape, adding texture and contrast when combined with other colorful shrubs. It blooms in spring with a very pretty silver catkin with red stamens that can be cut for early spring decoration. It can tolerate moist soils. Grows best in full sun sites and tolerates pruning beautifully.

Height: 3-6′
Spread: 3-6′
Shape: Upright, rounded
Exposure: Full Sun
Foliage: Silver
Fall Foliage: Insignificant

Zone: 2-6

Note: List subject to change based on availability, weather and growing conditions.

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