Dwarf, variegated weigela. Golden foliage turns to sunset shades in the fall. Produces rose-pink, trumpet-shaped blooms from spring through summer. Neat habit requires little pruning. Border/specimen plant. Prefers a moist, well-drained soil.
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My Monet® Weigela
Weigela florida 'Verweig' PP16824
Dwarf, variegated weigela. Irregular cream-pink to pink margin on green foliage accents pink, trumpet-shaped blooms from spring through summer. Neat habit requires little pruning. Border/specimen plant. Drought tolerant once established; tolerates clay.
Maroon Swoon™ Weigela
Weigela x 'Slingco 2' PP26841
Award-winning weigela has masses of bell-shaped, deep maroon-red, fragrant blooms from late spring to fall, accenting deep green foliage. More blooms with deadheading. Cold hardy. Great for small shrub beds, borders and containers. Asexual propagation prohibited.
Weigela x 'Velda' PP26842
Award-winning shrub with pure white, tubular summer blooms with striking contrast against purple-green foliage with near-black, lightly serrated edges and green underside. Compact mounding habit and an excellent contrast plant. Drought tolerant once established.
Forms a showy, low, super-compact mound with vibrant red, trumpet-shaped blooms from late spring to early summer. Blooms are accented by dark, purple-black foliage with green veins. Border, accent or massed plant. Drought tolerant once established in a moist, well-drained soil.
Long, showy racemes of lavender blooms on new growth of mature plants, in early summer. Blooms mature to seed pods by late summer. Vigorous, bright green leaflets. Requires a strong support structure and moist, well-drained soil. All parts including seeds are poisonous if ingested.
Blue Moon Wisteria
Wisteria macrostachya 'Blue Moon'
Abundant, 25-30cm(10-12"), deep lavender-blue racemes bloom in mid-summer on mature plants. May rebloom if deadheaded. Requires strong support structure, moist, well-drained soil and a sunny location. Very hardy. All parts including seeds poisonous if ingested.
Yucca, Adams Needle
Long, wide, rigid, sword-like, dark green blades edged with curly threads form clumps with maturity. Tall spikes of white-cream, bell-shaped blooms in mid-summer. Tolerates a variety of well-drained soils. Intolerant of standing water. Drought tolerant once established.