Pea Shaped WindBreakThe Siberian Peashrub, ‘Caragana arborescens’, is large rounded 10′-15′ shrubby tree that is well adapted to exposed, cold, dry and other difficult sites. It is a native to Mancheria and Siberia where it is used as a windbreak. Its’ dense root system can be used for erosion control.It has showy yellow pea like flowers that appear in late May. The mature fruit is edible and has been used medicinally.It can be left to grow into a rounded shrub or pruned into a small tree. It matures to a mounded shrub of 15′ high with a spread of 12′. It grows well in full sun and adaptable to any soil.The bark of the trunk and stems retain a greenish color for several years. The small leaflets are medium green in color. Often used as a windbreak or tall informal hedge.The Peashrubs are cold and drought tolerant. When planting for hedge, place plants about 4-5 feet apart. Siberian Peashrubs are deciduous and have low water requirements, and a moderate salt & alkali tolerance.* Yellow Pea Like Flowers* Edible Fruit From Pods* Can be used for in Cold, Dry, Exposed Areas.
Bright Golden Globes on Arching BranchesThe Golden Guinea Kerria, Kerria japonica ‘Golden Guinea’, is also known as the Japanese Rose because it originated in China and Japan. It is also known as the Easter Rose because it blooms about Easter.It is a tough, upright, rounded shrub with arching branches that will brighten up your sun or shade border. It matures to 8′ height a 4′ width, but can be trimmed to any size. It is a twiggy, deciduous shrub with dark green,double-toothed, corrugated foliage.Kerria japonica ‘Golden Guinea’ has golden yellow, globe-shaped flowers that are borne from April through May. The interesting bright green stems stay green all winter. It does not have any serious insect or disease problems.If grown in sun, it does prefer protection from late afternoon sun , and will grow from full sun to full shade.Kerria japonica ‘Golden Guinea’ can be used as an accent plant, in masses, as a hedge, as a privacy barrier, or in a small space.Easily grown in average garden soils.*Masses of Bright Yellow Blooms*No Serious Insect or Disease Problems*Green Foliage All Winter.
Pearlbush, Snow Day Blizzard, Exochorda ‘Blizzard’ Snow Day Blizzard, allows you add some variety to your spring landscape, and it promises to create a snowstorm whiteout in your beds and borders!The lovely pure white flowers begin with creamy white pearl-like buds which open to a spectacular show of pure white blooms.Beautiful in a mixed border, Snow Day Blizzard can be pruned to keep small or trained into a small tree for a unique specimen in your perennial bed.Do any pruning after flowering. This plant flowers on the previous season’s growth and is adaptable to most soils but prefers well drained acidic soil.It is best to fertilize with a controlled release shrub fertilizer in spring. Easy to grow, this Snow Day Blizzard shrub has extra-large flowers that are roughly twice the size of those of ‘The Bride’.Choose this shrub to enhance your spring landscape!Large Flowers!.
Stunning Color in a Fast Growing RoseThe Rugosa Rose is also called the Saltspray Rose is a favorite shrub rose for creating the ultimate impenetrable hedge.It has beautiful pink flowers that continually bloom from June through August and are 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 inches in size.The Rose Rugosa develops 1 inch red hips in August which last through the winter to provide food for wildlife.It is a fast growing-expanding by up to 2 feet per year and is suitable for any soil conditions. This rose is widely used in landscaping and as a hedge because if its tough disease tolerant characteristics and profuse number of thorns. It is salt-tolerant so it is useful in northern climates along roadside or driveways that are being deiced regularly with salt.* Blooms All Season* Attracts Wildlife* Salt tolerantRose Hips.
Perfume for your garden One whiff of Confederate Jasmine, Trachelospermum jasminoides, and you are transported to the Deep South where hospitality and sweet tea are in every garden. This vine was named ‘Confederate’ because it does so well in the southern states, but there is a place for this fast grower in any home, whether in the yard or potted inside.Also known as ‘Star Jasmine’ this vine is highly prized for its intoxicating scent. It has been used for generations as the base of many perfumes. The white flowers grow in clusters and are shaped like phlox flowers. They bloom on romantic twining stems in the spring and summer. If you give it good support it can grow to be 20 feet tall. Use Confederate Jasmine to frame porches, accent trellises, or to screen fences or walls. It can also be used as a quick groundcover if you let it sprawl out, rather than train it up. (It will grow 2 feet tall and 5 feet wide naturally.) Indoors it will happily spill over the edges of hanging baskets or climb up a small trellis. Star Jasmine loves the sun or partial shade and moist but well-drained soil. Bees and bunnies love this vine, so be aware of where you’re planting it. Trust us – once you inhale the scent of Confederate Jasmine, you will be hooked for life. Order the Star Jasmine for your garden today! * Amazing scent * Easy to grow in sun or partial shade * Use as a climber or a groundcover.
Popular Ornamental Shrub with 4-Season Interest Henry’s Garnet Virginia Sweetspire, Itea virginica ‘Henry’s Garnet’, is an ornamental shrub with wonderfully fragrant blooms. Plant one for a gorgeous foundation plant in your front yard, or use several in your side yard. They naturalize well and are sure to provide an elegant appearance in those less-civilized areas of your landscape. Your Henry’s Garnet Virginia Sweetspire will wow you with its 6-inch long, dense clusters of white blossoms in June (when many other plants are just getting started). The fragrant beauties last well into summer and are sure to call you in for a closer look…just as it will your hummingbirds, butterflies and other pollinators. The flowers reach up above the bright green foliage before gently cascading down for an elegant appearance in your landscape. The oblong leaves transition to a delightful red for fall and often hang on into winter to extend the show. Henry’s Garnet Virginia Sweetspire will grow to about 5 feet in height with a 6-foot spread. It’s an upright shrub with a rounded form and an open nature. This Sweetspire won’t require a lot of time from you to achieve its naturally beautiful appearance, and is hardy enough to thrive regardless of minor inconveniences. It even naturalizes well. Sweetspire has long been a popular ornamental shrub among gardeners, and Henry’s Garnet Virginia Sweetspire has clusters almost twice as long as other cultivars! It’s sure to bring a smile to your face this year when you witness first-hand all that it has to offer for your yard. * Summer flowers * Fragrant * Hardy * Wildlife interest.