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  • BRONX FORSYTHIA Quick View
    • BRONX FORSYTHIA Quick View
    • BRONX FORSYTHIA
    • Bronx has a compact, spreading habit that makes it a great choice for a low border or near a walkway. Bright yellow flowers bloom in early spring, and cover the branches. Bright green leaves turn shades of yellow and purple in the fall. Its spreading habit can make it an effective groundcover or use in mass plantings. It is low-maintenance…
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  • DWARF BLUE FESCUE Quick View
    • DWARF BLUE FESCUE Quick View
    • DWARF BLUE FESCUE
    • Dwarf Blue Fescue is a low-growing, clump-forming grass that grows well in a dry, sunny location. Blue-green foliage is a semi-evergreen. Flowerheads bloom in late spring, and the tan seedheads add winter interest. Dwarf Blue Fescue is low-maintenance once established. It does not grow well in wet soils. Use in groupings with other short perennials.
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  • DWARF FOTHERGILLA Quick View
    • DWARF FOTHERGILLA Quick View
    • DWARF FOTHERGILLA
    • Dwarf Fothergilla is an attractive shrub that is naturally dwarf. Native to the southeastern United States, it is one of the best shrubs for shaded areas. Bottlebrush-like clusters of fragrant white flowers bloom in late April-early May, and are a good nectar source for bees. Green, leathery leaves turn attractive shade of red, orange, and yellow in the fall. Use…
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  • LYNWOOD GOLD FORSYTHIA Quick View
    • LYNWOOD GOLD FORSYTHIA Quick View
    • LYNWOOD GOLD FORSYTHIA
    • Lynwood Gold is an attractive forsythia when in flower and can be made into a nice hedge or screen. Bright yellow flowers cover the branches in early spring. Glossy green leaves turn yellow-purple in the fall. Prune and trim immediately after flower so the flower buds will not be lost for next spring. Lynwood is an adaptable shrub that can…
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  • MEADOWLARK FORSYTHIA Quick View
    • MEADOWLARK FORSYTHIA Quick View
    • MEADOWLARK FORSYTHIA
    • Meadowlark is an attractive forsythia when in flower and can be made into a nice hedge or screen. Bright yellow flowers cover the branches in early spring. Glossy green leaves turn yellow-purple in the fall. Prune and trim immediately after flower so the flower buds will not be lost for next spring. Meadowlark is an adaptable shrub that can tolerate…
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  • MT. AIRY FOTHERGILLA Quick View
    • MT. AIRY FOTHERGILLA Quick View
    • MT. AIRY FOTHERGILLA
    • Mt. Airy Fothergilla is an attractive shrub that is naturally dwarf. It is a hybrid of Dwarf and Large Fothergillas. It is one of the best shrubs for shaded areas. Bottlebrush clusters of fragrant white flowers bloom in late April-early May, and are a good nectar source for bees. Green, leathery leaves turn attractive shades of red, orange, and yellow…
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  • SUNRISE FORSYTHIA Quick View
    • SUNRISE FORSYTHIA Quick View
    • SUNRISE FORSYTHIA
    • Sunrise is an attractive forsythia when in flower and can be made into a nice hedge or screen. Bright yellow flowers cover the branches in early spring. Glossy green leaves turn yellow-purple in the fall. Prune and trim immediately after flower so the flower buds will not be lost for next spring. Sunrise is an adaptable shrub that can tolerate…
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  • TRICOLOR BEECH Quick View
    • TRICOLOR BEECH Quick View
    • TRICOLOR BEECH
    • A beautiful shade tree, Tricolor Beech requires rich, moist soil that is slightly acidic. It cannot tolerate wet or compacted soils. Leaves are maroon-green with pink variegation and hold their color into the fall. Bark is smooth and gray. Does best in areas with morning sun and afternoon shade to protect the leaves from scorch during hot dry periods.
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