New Varieties

//New Varieties
New Varieties 2018-05-22T20:41:44+00:00

‘Nanjing Gold’ Paperbush

  • Open-habit shrub with year-round beauty
  • Blooms mid winter to late winter; 2-3″ blooms
  • 8′ tall x 6′ wide
  • Fragrant & easy to care for
  • Full sun to partial shade light exposure
  • Likes moist, well-drained soil
  • Disease & Pest resistant
  • Heat tolerant
  • Great for border, containers, cut flowers, or specimen

‘Red Dragon’ Contorted Hazelnut

  • Full Sun to Partial Shade light exposure
  • Red leaves in summer with long dangles of burgundy catkins in winter
  • Red new growth holds long into the season & fades to green and yellow-gold in fall.
  • 6-8′ tall x 3-5′ wide
  • Spiraling corkscrew stems

Paperbark Maple

  • Slow growing to 25′ tall x 15-20′ wide
  • Year-round interest – attractive bark, dramatic foliage color in Fall
  • Ideal for water garden setting or winter interest
  • Excellent bonsai subject
  • Full shade to partial sun light exposure

‘Misaka’ Itoh Peony

  • Partial to full sun light exposure
  • Water regularly – weekly or more often in extreme heat
  • 20-30″ tall
  • Large blooms (up to 8″) in Spring
  • Great for borders, containers, specimen, or mass plantings
  • Attracts butterflies
  • Easy to care for
  • Improved pest & disease resistance
  • Fragrant yellow showy flowers

‘Earlybird Cardinal’ Jersey Daylily

  • Full Sun to Part Shade light exposure
  • Can tolerate Normal, Sandy, or Clay soil
  • Blooms early Summer to early Fall
  • Can be used as border, groundcover, or in containers
  • Rabbit, Pest & Disease resistant
  • Drought tolerant
  • 18-20″ tall; 12-18″ spread
  • Great for cut flowers and culinary use
  • Attracts butterflies; Great rose companion; easy to care for; repeat bloomer

‘Koto-No-Ito’ Maple

  • Upright growth habit, matures at 10′
  • A tidy and attractive habit, fine leafed foliage
  • Bright green color in early Spring
  • Brilliant shades of orange & red in Fall
  • Sun/Part Shade light exposure
  • Koto-no-ito is Japanese for “strings of a harp”

‘Northern Lights’ Ornamental Grass

  • Perfect for the smaller landscape
  • New Spring leaves are tipped in pink, fading to creamy white
  • Great in groups or in containers
  • 15″ height, 12-15″ spread
  • Full sun to part shade
  • Deer resistant

Coral Bark Japanese Maple

  • Beautiful small tree has brilliant coral bark on young branches; color intensifies in winter
  • Deeply cut light green leaves display attractive red margins; turn golden in fall
  • Partial to full sun light exposure
  • Moderate grower 15-20′ tall; almost as wide
  • Attributes: Fall color, easy care; attractive bark; year-round interest
  • Great for poolside, specimen, urban garden, woodland garden