Full sun is getting 6 Hrs or more of direct sun Daily. Part Sun is 4-6 Hrs of direct sun daily.
This medium Siberian iris produces flowers with white standards and bright yellow falls in late spring on rigid stems which rise high above a clump of arching, narrow, grass-like, linear leaves. Clumps will grow together and snuff out weeds. After bloom, the vase-shaped foliage will retain its green color into the fall. Excellent cut flower
Flat-topped cluster of white flowers Flowers give way to reddish fruit in the fall Foliage is greenish-gold in the spring, aging to burgundy, Newest leaves show gold centres as they mature Bark peels in sheets, especially on older stems Upright, arching habit Bloom Time: Late spring to early summer
The second addition to Vineland’s 49th Parallel Collection of roses. This incredible rose blooms in a flush with a riot of exotic coral colours. Gardeners will love this low-maintenance beauty measuring 150cm in height with black spot tolerance and winter hardiness across Canada.
Cobweb Houseleek succulent is a unique gray-green rosettes with fine web-like hairs slowly spread to form a dense, drought tolerant mat. Vibrant magenta flowers add an exotic touch. Useful among rockery or tucked into crevices of a stone wall or path. Great in containers.
Flat-topped, clusters of white flowers Flowers give way to reddish fruit in the fall Yellow, textured leaves fade to green as the summer progresses Bark peels in sheets, especially on older stems Upright, arching habit Bloom Time: Late spring to early summer
Blooms Twice a year! Named for Pardon Me, one of the most popular daylilies, Double Pardon Me yields the crimson blooms of its namesake, but with a difference—the 3" flowers are packed with up to 18 petals instead of the typical six. Watch the reactions it gets from your visitors!
One of only a small handful of truly everblooming Daylilies available to gardeners in northern regions. This dwarf variety has medium-sized (3 inch) blooms in a lovely soft-yellow shade that blends with anything. Flowering continues constantly from May to frost.
5", elegant creamy white blossoms with ruffled, recurved petals; one of the most popular whites Pale yellow watermark and a soft yellow-green throat Tepals are ruffled and slightly recurved; sculpted petals with raised veining Blooms in early to midsummer; rebloomer
This is by far the most popular Daylily selection of all time, because it performs so well in all zones, flowering for months on end. Forms a dense clump of grassy green foliage, with upright stems of fragrant, golden-yellow trumpet flowers. Early. Repeat bloomer. Compact habit. Excellent for massing, edging, borders or in mixed containers and tubs.
Flat-topped clusters of white flowers Fruit reddish in the fall, maturing to brown Purple, textured leaves age to a greenish colour as the summer progresses Bark peels in sheets, especially on older stems Upright, arching habit Bloom Time: Late spring to early summer
Bud's Yellow' is a yellowtwig dogwood it is a rapid-growing, multi-stemmed, suckering, deciduous shrub that grows to a maximum size of 5-8' tall on erect. The outstanding ornamental features of this cultivar are: (1) bright yellow winter stems which are particularly showy against a snowy backdrop and (2) disease-resistant, ovate to elliptic, medium/dark green leaves (to 4.5" long)
Isanti' is a rapid-growing, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub which grows to a maximum size of 4-5' tall with a rounded, spreading habit. Denser and more compact than the species due in large part to its shorter internodes. The outstanding ornamental feature of this plant is its bright red winter stems.
Siberian Pearls’ is noted for its compact size, profuse flowering/fruiting and bright red twigs in winter. It is a multi-stemmed, suckering, deciduous shrub that typically grows 3-4’ tall . Tiny, yellowish-white flowers appear in flat-topped clusters (to 2.5” diameter) in late spring, with sparse, intermittent, additional flowering sometimes continuing into summer.
.‘Sibirica’ is a dogwood that is noted for its brilliant red stems in winter that are particularly showy on sunny days with snow on the ground. It is a rapid-growing, multi-stemmed, suckering, deciduous shrub that grows to a maximum size of 4-7’ tall on erect, usually unbranched stems. Tiny, yellowish-white flowers appear in flat-topped clusters (to 2.5” diameter) in late spring,
Silver and Gold’ is a yellowtwig dogwood cultivar that is primarily grown for its bold variegated foliage and its yellow winter stems. This is a suckering shrub that typically grows to 5-7’ tall by 6-8’ wide. Leaves (2-4” long) are variegated with irregular creamy white margins. Leaves turn yellow in autumn. Stems turn bright yellow in winter.
After a vigorous container and landscape trial of Adobe Orange, we are pleased to add this orange flowering Echinacea to complete the color range. Intense orange flowers will make other Echinacea pale in comparison, with a matching orange cone that really makes the color pop.
The ‘Butterfly Kisses’ Echinacea from master hybridizer Arie Blom is one you’ll definitely want to have this year. Selected by the breeder for its compactness and sturdy habit, we agree that this is easily one of the nicest of the double pom-pom type Echinaceas introduced thus far.
This incredibly unique Echinacea was discovered by Piet Oudolf and introduced through Future Plants. Light green ray petals surround the large, green cone of this fragrant coneflower. The plants have an upright habit and a height of just 20-24 inches, so no staking is required.
SOMBRERO® Echinaceas are evenly matched for habit and timing, making them a breeze in production. They are all very well-branched, sturdy plants that bulk up quickly, do not require vernalization to bloom, and are loaded with buds for a vibrant show of color.
Engelman Ivy is one of the most beautiful of the fall coloured vines. It turns a rich burgundy in autumn, sometime with copper or bronze highlights. It will quickly (and we mean quickly) cover up an eyesore for you. Don't be afraid to use this beauty along a wooden fence or to stabilize the ground along a slope.
One of the largest hostas available today, with 16", broadly ovate leaves and a huge, mounded form Leaf color varies with the amount of available sun from light green to chartreuse to gold; prefers 1/4 to 3/4 day of sun. Pale lavender, bell-shaped flowers on 48" scapes in mid to late summer