Now for something completely new and exotic!Introducing the Chocolate Fountain Mimosa Tree! But, mimosa trees aren’t new, you say. That’s true, but there has never been an albizia quite like this one. For starters the foliage in not the bright green that you’re expecting. It is a rich dark purple – so dark it is almost black. It covers the tree with fern-like leaves in an opulent display from spring to first frost. The dark leaves are the perfect backdrop for the delicate, almost ethereal, cherry-cordial-pink flowers that explode over the tree in the summer.As if that weren’t enough, this is a weeping form of mimosa, so the tree grows into a lovely fountain form with deeply arching branches. Completely eye-catching and unique for a weeping tree, your friends will be begging to know where you got it!It will only reach 15’ high and wide at maturity making it a perfect small tree for a petite garden, a great focal point for an exotic border or a wonderful conversation starter in a large container by the patio or front door.Everyone can use more chocolate in their daily lives – especially chocolate that doesn’t involve diet or exercise! Get yours with a Chocolate Fountain Mimosa tree, (Albizia julibrissin ‘NCAJI’ PP#25813), from Nature Hills today!* Dark colored foliage* Great in the garden or in the container* Weeping tree form* Unique pink flowers * Easy care.
Striking Summer Color Now Available as an Ornamental Tree! There was this young guy from New Orleans (if we said his name you’d know him) and legend has it that he played his trumpet so intensly the gas lamps on Bourbon Street would explode when he hit the high notes. Well, we can’t vouch for whether or not that is true, but we can tell you that there is a way to fill your garden with explosive color all summer long. Summer Jazz Fire Trumpet Tree (Campsis Takarazuka Fresa Pp23917 – Tree Form).This compact, rounded shrub is artfully trained into a beautiful tree, topped with orange-red trumpet shaped flowers in the summer. The flowers give your landscape a shot of hot color and are irresistible to butterflies and hummingbirds. It is easily trimmed in early spring to keep its shape. It will naturally grow 4’-5’ high and 3’-4’ wide.The show keeps going even after the flowers fade when the dark green leaves turn yellow in the fall. This hardy shrub does well in almost any soil as long as it is well-drained and flowers year after year up to zone 5.For a jazzier garden this summer order Summer Jazz Fire Trumpet Tree from us today and watch your borders, beds or containers explode with color!* Very hardy* Dependable garden performer* Tree form* Striking orange-red flowers and glossy green leaves* Fall color.