Double pink flowers cover the plant in the late summer and into fall. Good for hedges and landscape plantings.
White blooms age to a brighter red-pink than any other compact paniculata on the market. Great for along walkways, in mixed gardens or in a decorative patio container.
Rosey red blooms are extremely showy throughout the summer. A tall, stiffly upright shrub with vase-like habit.
Has oval to rounded leaves and the foliage is rich burgundy red if exposed to full sun. Large, filamentous panicles of tiny flowers in early summer create a cloud like haze around the plant. Turns yellow, orange and scarlet in fall.
A small weeping deciduous shrub with long pendulous branches. Produces silvery green catkins in spring.
Bloomerang lilacs are two-timers! Spring is the usual bloom time, and then from mid-summer through fall, adding colour and fragrance to the landscape.
A dwarf form of hydrangea. Sports great flowers and colouration in a small package.
This is a very unusual colour to add to the landscape. An indigo(blue-purple), almost crepe-paper flower. Would make a stunning hedge or a patio container plant.
Large purplish-pink flowers with a neat swirl of smaller petals in the centre create an exotic look.
Lipstick red flowers that burst into bloom in late spring followed by waves of re-bloom until frost. Provides vibrant season-long colour to foundation plantings and borders. A magnet for hummingbirds.