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  • ALPINE CURRANT Quick View
    • ALPINE CURRANT Quick View
    • ALPINE CURRANT
    • Alpine Currant is a tough shrub that makes a great formal hedge. Deep green, palmate leaves turn yellow in the fall. Tiny yellow flower clusters bloom in the spring. An adaptable shrub, it can tolerate a good amount of shade and drier areas. It can also tolerate heavy shearing and trimming to make a good screen. As the shrub ages,…
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  • BLACKBERRY BABY CAKES Quick View
    • BLACKBERRY BABY CAKES Quick View
    • BLACKBERRY BABY CAKES
    • Baby Cakes is a thornless blackberry perfect for container gardening with its compact habit. Fertilize in early spring and summer. Cut any dead canes to the ground in late spring. Spring and early summer bring bright white flowers. Sweet, classic blackberries are produced on second year canes ready to pick in late June/early July. After harvest, prune only canes that…
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  • CLIMBING ROSE BLAZE Quick View
    • CLIMBING ROSE BLAZE Quick View
    • CLIMBING ROSE BLAZE
    • Blaze is a popular climbing rose variety that performs well in our climate. Small, double bright red flowers have a long blooming period in the summer, and make a bold statement on a trellis or arbor. Glossy green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Give it good air circulation to avoid any foliar diseases. Do not cut back to the…
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  • CLIMBING ROSE GARDEN SUN Quick View
    • CLIMBING ROSE GARDEN SUN Quick View
    • CLIMBING ROSE GARDEN SUN
    • This climbing rose is a newer introduction chosen for its gorgeous flower color, dense foliage and good disease resistance. Clusters of yellow-apricot, double to semi-double flowers begin blooming early season and continue throughout the warm, summer months. Foliage is semi-glossy green, and makes a nice backdrop for the blooms. Sturdy, vigorous stems can be trained up a trellis, arbor or…
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  • CLIMBING ROSE NEW DAWN Quick View
    • CLIMBING ROSE NEW DAWN Quick View
    • CLIMBING ROSE NEW DAWN
    • New Dawn is a large climbing rose that works well for a large trellis or arbor. Clusters of fragrant, double light pink flowers bloom throughout the summer months. Glossy green foliage turns yellow in the fall. Plant in an area with full sun and good air circulation to prevent foliar diseases. Do not cut back to the ground, but remove…
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  • CLIMBING ROSE ZEPHIRINE DROUHIN Quick View
    • CLIMBING ROSE ZEPHIRINE DROUHIN Quick View
    • CLIMBING ROSE ZEPHIRINE DROUHIN
    • Zephirine Drouhine is an old cultivar developed in 1868, and it is still one of the most popular climbing roses available. Deep pink, double flowers bloom throughout the summer months, and are sweetly fragrant. Glossy green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Canes are nearly thornless. Zephirine Drouhine is great choice for a trellis or arbor. Plant in an area…
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  • CONSORT EUROPEAN BLACK CURRANT Quick View
    • CONSORT EUROPEAN BLACK CURRANT Quick View
    • CONSORT EUROPEAN BLACK CURRANT
    • This is a very productive, self-fertile plant. Long clusters of medium-sized, black, juicy fruits ripen mid to late summer. This plant does well in average to moist soils, in full to part sun. Do not allow the roots to dry out. Water regulary the first season to develop a deep, extensive root system. Pruning can be done in late winter.…
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  • CURRANT RED LAKE Quick View
    • CURRANT RED LAKE Quick View
    • CURRANT RED LAKE
    • Red Lake is one of the cold-hardiest of the red currants. It is a compact, mounding shrub which bears fruit on 2-year-old stems. Clusters of greenish/yellow flowers bloom in spring but are not particularly ornamental. The flowers give way to long, pendant clusters of bright red currants which ripen in July. These tart berries make great jams, jellies and pies!
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  • DRIFT ROSE CORAL Quick View
    • DRIFT ROSE CORAL Quick View
    • DRIFT ROSE CORAL
    • Drift Roses have a low, spreading growth habit that makes them a great groundcover or for a low border. This cultivar has double coral flowers that have a long blooming period from May-October. Glossy green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Grows best in sunny, hot locations. Needs good air circulation to prevent foliar diseases.
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  • DRIFT ROSE PEACH Quick View
    • DRIFT ROSE PEACH Quick View
    • DRIFT ROSE PEACH
    • Drift Roses have a low, spreading growth habit that makes them a great groundcover or for a low border. This cultivar has double peach flowers that have a long blooming period from May-October. Glossy green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Grows best in sunny, hot locations. Needs good air circulation to prevent foliar diseases.
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  • DRIFT ROSE PINK Quick View
    • DRIFT ROSE PINK Quick View
    • DRIFT ROSE PINK
    • Drift Roses have a low, spreading growth habit that makes them a great groundcover or for a low border. This cultivar has double hot pink flowers that have a long blooming period from May-October. Glossy green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Grows best in sunny, hot locations. Needs good air circulation to prevent foliar diseases.
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  • DRIFT ROSE POPCORN Quick View
    • DRIFT ROSE POPCORN Quick View
    • DRIFT ROSE POPCORN
    • This new variety of Drift Rose has a mounding growth habit. From late spring until fall, yellow flower buds bloom abundantly into yellow flowers that fade to creamy-white. This is reminiscent of buttery popcorn. Leaves are glossy green, and have no significant fall color. Popcorn Drift Rose prefers full sun and well-drained soil conditions. This is a low-maintenance rose once…
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