Flowers of a beautiful deep pink to light red will succeed from early summer to autumn. They have a delicious scent and form beautiful bouquets. This rose forms a beautiful bush with bright leaves, and is very resistant to diseases.
Big panicles of deep purple flowers. Like all Butterfly Bushes, it is IRRESISTABLE to butterflies and reputed to be deer-resistant. Cut all Butterfly Bushes heavily back in early April. They are all late to emerge from dormancy, so don’t expect any signs of life until AT LEAST beginning of June. They all need as much sun as possible. Then stand back and let the blooming machine astound you!!
Clear pink flowers on a spike. As with all Butterfly Bushes, this one is IRRESISTIBLE to butterflies and reputed to be deer-resistant. Cut all Butterfly Bushes heavily back in early April. They are all late to emerge from dormancy, so don’t expect any signs of life until AT LEAST beginning of June. They all need as much sun as possible. Then stand back and let the bloomin’ machine astound you!!
Pugster Periwinkle® offers a small, sturdy frame with flowers the size you'd find on much larger plants. Each bloom is a full, dense cluster of soft purple blooms. It blooms all summer without deadheading. Because of their thick, strong stems, Pugster butterfly bushes have better hardiness and winter survival in zone 5 than other dwarf varieties.
Truly a must in any garden, the clethra is the perfect solution for humid, shady parts of your landscape. Its deep pink flowers will keep their coloration contrary to others of the same species. The fragrance, combined with great foliage coloration in fall make make it a MUST in any landscape. Add to this little fruits that will persist until February to feeds the birds and you have the perfect shrub !
Shrub with an oval and irregular shape. Dense foliage similar to the one of the green alder; reddish in spring then dark green turning yellow-orange in fall. Upright spikes of fragrant white flowers from July to September. Avoid drought. Late to leaf out in spring. You might think that the plant is dead but be patient, it will wake up eventually!
A small, semi-evergreen shrub, rounded. Blue-green foliage variegated with creamy yellow; pink buds; pale pink to white flowers , strongly fragrant. Used in rock gardens and in front of clumps. Avoid excessive watering. Toxic plant in all its parts.