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  • BARREN STRAWBERRY Quick View
    • BARREN STRAWBERRY Quick View
    • BARREN STRAWBERRY
    • Prefers full sun to light shade in moist, well drained soil, and is drought tolerant. The spring flowering is very showy as the flowers rise above the foliage. This makes a nice edging for border plantings, or a good transition from mulched areas to lawn or bed areas. A very hardy and low maintenance groundcover for small and mid-sized areas.…
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  • BLUE MOON WISTERIA Quick View
    • BLUE MOON WISTERIA Quick View
    • BLUE MOON WISTERIA
    • Blue Moon is a cultivar of the native Kentucky Wisteria. It is a large vine that works great for a sturdy support such as an arbor, trellis, or pergola. Blue Moon is the hardiest of the wisterias to our climate. Large, 12" long clusters of fragrant lavender-blue flowers bloom in late spring-early summer. These flowers attract butterflies and bees. Glossy…
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  • GOLDEN JACKPOT WEIGELA Quick View
    • GOLDEN JACKPOT WEIGELA Quick View
    • GOLDEN JACKPOT WEIGELA
    • This plant creates drama wherever it is placed in the landscape. Brilliant, golden leaves hold their color all summer. Crimson flower buds open to deep pink blooms that last almost a full month. Weigela are easy to grow and this beauty can highlight the back of a perennial bed or the front of a taller hedge. Pruning can be done…
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  • MINUET WEIGELA Quick View
    • MINUET WEIGELA Quick View
    • MINUET WEIGELA
    • Minuet Weigela has a compact growth habit that makes it a good choice for a low border, groupings, or as a specimen. Clusters of magenta, tube-shaped flowers bloom in mid-to late spring, and sporadically in late summer. These flowers attract hummingbirds. Glossy green leaves turn red-yellow in the fall. Minuet is an adaptable shrub and can tolerate clay soils once…
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  • MY MONET WEIGELA Quick View
    • MY MONET WEIGELA Quick View
    • MY MONET WEIGELA
    • My Monet is a dwarf Weigela that is great for small gardens or a low border. Clusters of pink, tube-shaped flowers bloom in late spring, and sporadically in late summer. Flowers may attract hummingbirds. Leaves are variegated green, white and pink, and keep their color into the fall. My Monet is an adaptive shrub that can tolerate a wide variety…
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  • RAINBOW SENSATION WEIGELA Quick View
    • RAINBOW SENSATION WEIGELA Quick View
    • RAINBOW SENSATION WEIGELA
    • This compact Weigela has a mounded growth habit. Clusters of light pink, tube-shaped flowers bloom in late spring, and are attractive to hummingbirds. There may be a second bloom in the fall. Leaves are variegated green with yellow edges, and have no significant fall color. Rainbow Sensation Weigela prefers full sun conditions for best foliage color, and moist, well-drained soils.…
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  • RED PRINCE WEIGELA Quick View
    • RED PRINCE WEIGELA Quick View
    • RED PRINCE WEIGELA
    • Red Prince is a very hardy weigela that works well as a specimen, border, or in groupings. Clusters of bright red, tube-shaped flowers bloom in late spring to early summer, and sporadically in late summer. These flowers are attractive to hummingbirds. Glossy green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Tolerates light shade and urban pollution once established. Prune after flowering…
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  • SHINING SENSATION WEIGELA Quick View
    • SHINING SENSATION WEIGELA Quick View
    • SHINING SENSATION WEIGELA
    • This Weigela has an upright growth habit. Clusters of rose pink, tube-shaped flowers bloom in late spring, and are attractive to hummingbirds. There may be a second bloom in the fall. Leaves are maroon-green, and have no significant fall color. Shining Sensation Weigela prefers full sun conditions for best foliage color, and moist, well-drained soils. Makes an attractive low border,…
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    • SHIRO BENI WISTERIA
    • This vigorous, twining vine won't disappoint with its spectacular early summer show of fragrant soft pink flower clusters. These thick, long, drooping clusters are later replaced by velvety seed pods which mature to brown in fall, creating another season of interest. Dense, green foliage is covered in downy hairs, hence the name Silky Wisteria. Provide a sturdy support for this…
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  • SPILLED WINE WEIGELA Quick View
    • SPILLED WINE WEIGELA Quick View
    • SPILLED WINE WEIGELA
    • A colorful plant for small spaces or edging a border, 'Spilled Wine' offers plenty of contrast in the sunny garden. This is a purple-leafed weigela with vivid pink, tubular flowers in late spring/early summer. Waxy leaves have wavy margins and do not fade to green in the hot summer sun. Prefers moist, well-drained planting areas, but is adaptable to a…
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  • WINE AND ROSES WEIGELA Quick View
    • WINE AND ROSES WEIGELA Quick View
    • WINE AND ROSES WEIGELA
    • Wine and Roses is an attractive weigela that makes a great border or grouping. Clusters of rose pink flowers bloom in late spring, and sporadically in late summer. These flowers are attractive to hummingbirds. Glossy leaves are burgundy-green, and keep their color into the fall. Prune after flowering to maintain shape. Wine and Roses is low maintenance once established.
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