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Invincibelle Mini Mauvette® Smooth Hydrangea

This hydrangea brings a never-before seen colour to the species, with large mophead flowers in a deep mauve-violet. Blooms are held on very strong stems and appear early summer through fall. The dwarf growing habit makes it perfect for any sized landscape.

Red Prince Weigela

Red, bell-shaped flowers bloom in early summer and again in early fall. Attracts hummingbirds.

My Monet® Weigela

Bright pink flowers complement a dazzling array of green, pink and white robust foliage. Variegation changes depending on light exposure – whiter variegation in part-shade and pink variegation in full sun.

Midnight Wine® Weigela

This beautiful shrub is a dwarf version of the popular Weigela ‘Wine & Roses’. Ideal for the front of the border or as a ground cover.

Candy Cane Cocktail™ Shrub Rose

A unique creamy bloom with pink and red edging. Healthy dark green foliage displayed on this bushy, compact form of rose.

Variegated Weigela

A delightfully shrub with green leaves edged in gold fading to creamy-white and rose-pink blooms.

Wine & Roses® Weigela

Rosy pink flowers appear in late spring and often rebloom in summer. Rich dark purple foliage all summer. Season long colour. Deer resistant. Attracts hummingbirds.

Rio Bigleaf Hydrangea

A small to medium, early blooming selection with large flowers that range from strong blue to purple depending on the soil PH. Flowers have an attractive green eye when opening. Plants form a neat mound, making them ideal for smaller spaces in the garden.

Highbush Cranberry

Lacecap white flowers in spring followed by drooping clusters of cranberry-like red berries in fall. Maple-like, dark green leaves turns purplish red in fall.

Minor Black® Weigela

A dwarf variety with striking blackish purple foliage that matures to bronze. Adored by hummingbirds, tubular rose-pink blooms emerge in profusion in early summer, often repeating in the fall.