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  • QUAKING ASPEN Quick View
    • QUAKING ASPEN Quick View
    • QUAKING ASPEN
    • Quaking Aspen is a very adaptable native tree that can tolerate cold and a wide variety of soil conditions from moist, loamy sand to shallow, rocky clay. Blue-green leaves turn bright golden-yellow in the fall. Catkins bloom in early spring before the leaves emerge. Ornamental bark is white. A fast-growing tree, Quaking Aspen is a great choice for a natural…
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  • QUEEN VICTORIA CARDINAL FLOWER Quick View
    • QUEEN VICTORIA CARDINAL FLOWER Quick View
    • QUEEN VICTORIA CARDINAL FLOWER
    • Plant this U.S. native in a moist area in part sun. It requires consistent moisture, prefers rich soil, and is great for attracting hummingbirds to the yard. Cut back spent blooms. Use with ornamental grasses near ponds and other water features. 'Queen Victoria' lends a stately and elegant color presence to the garden.
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  • QUICK FIRE HYDRANGEA Quick View
    • QUICK FIRE HYDRANGEA Quick View
    • QUICK FIRE HYDRANGEA
    • Quick Fire is one of the first of the paniculata hydrangea cultivars to bloom in the summer. Large clusters of sterile and fertile flowers bloom a month earlier than the other paniculata cultivars. These flowers are white, and mature to a bright pink-red that hold their color until the fall. Medium-green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Quick Fire is…
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  • QUICK FIRE HYDRANGEA (STANDARD) Quick View
    • QUICK FIRE HYDRANGEA (STANDARD) Quick View
    • QUICK FIRE HYDRANGEA (STANDARD)
    • Quick Fire is one of the first of the paniculata hydrangea cultivars to bloom in the summer. Large clusters of sterile and fertile flowers bloom a month earlier than the other paniculata cultivars. These flowers are white, and mature to a bright pink-red that hold their color until the fall. Medium-green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Quick Fire is…
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