A new growing season brings about many new opportunities in your landscape. Finally decided you’d like more color by your front door? Need a burst of blooming color to start your spring season? Does colorful foliage appeal to your senses of design when time is too short to tend many perennial and annual flowers?
Purple Pearls Callicarpa (Callicarpa ‘Purple Pearls’)
We love our purple beautyberry for the late fall and winter display of purple fruit, and now we can enjoy the purple foliage as well all summer long.
Sugar Shack Buttonbush (Cephalanthus ‘Sugar Shack’)
Buttonbush is a great native shrub for wet sites, so this compact selection promises to fit in where smaller is better.
Red Rover Dogwood (Cornus ‘Red Rover’)
An exceptionally nice red fall color selection of the native silky dogwood, this plant brings durability, tolerance of wet soils, and value for pollinator populations and birds in our landscape.
Arctic Fire Dogwood (Cornus stolonifera ‘Arctic Fire’)
Compact, colorful and hardy red stems for durable growth and great winter displays.
Kodiak Black Diervilla (Diervilla ‘Kodiak Black’)
Diervilla brings much to the landscape with drought tolerance, deer resistance and pollinator value, and the burgundy-black foliage is an added ornamental strength.
Snow Day Surprise Pearlbush (Exochorda ‘Snow Day Surprise’)
We are long time lovers of pearlbush, so this new compact selection means more gardeners can enjoy it even in smaller landscapes. This hybrid selection has larger flowers than its well known parent The Bride.
Lil’ Kim Hibiscus (Hibiscus ‘Lil’ Kim’)
The old fashion Rose of Sharon, but short and compact in size but loaded with flowers. This has proven itself in the Nebraska landscape over the last five years.
Violet Lil’ Kim Hibiscus (Hibiscus ‘Lil’ Kim Violet’)
Now a new color option for Lil’ Kim with the same compact size but lovely violet color.
Red Lil’ Kim Hibiscus (Hibiscus ‘Lil’ Kim Red’)
Our third in the Lil’ Kim series, this version has “red” flower color, that we see more as a deep rose when comparing to “Go Big Red” color palette. Lovely all the same!
Summer Shandy Hopvine (Humulus ‘Summer Shandy’)
Brew up some summer color with this ornamental selection of Hops with chartreuse foliage. This ornamental selection isn’t the rampant grower so better suited to landscape settings.
Little Quick Fire Hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata ‘Little Quick Fire’)
The easiest of all types of hydrangeas to grow, this compact selection blooms early in the season and ages beautifully to a deep burgundy red.
Little Henry Itea (Itea ‘Little Henry’)
Compact growth and prolific white flowers in early summer, followed by brilliant red fall color – add tolerance of wet soils and this adds up to be a landscape favorite for full sun or part shade.
Infinitini Magenta Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia ‘Infinitini Magenta’)
Crape Myrtle is a jewel of the Southern landscape, and we have found this selection to be “root hardy.” This dwarf selection will provide summer bloom all season long.
Sweet Lifeberry (Lycium ‘Sweet Lifeberry’)
Goji Berry are stars of the antioxidant health benefit world, so why not try adding them to your “garden of good living?” This selection is known for its extra sweet fruit.
We have loved this beauty for years, and are pleased to be able to offer in smaller sizes. The lacy dark purple foliage combines beautifully with ornamental grasses for large landscape displays.
Lemony Lace Elderberry (Sambucus ‘Lemony Lace’)
Bright golden foliage with lacy texture is definitely the way to include contrast of foliage in your landscape. Make an impact at the back of your perennial border with Lemony Lace.
Blue Diddley Vitex (Vitex ‘Blue Diddley’)
Another summer blooming beauty that brings lavender-blue color to the back of a perennial border. This is a selection that is more compact and winter hardy so we look forward to including it in landscapes that serve the pollinators and people.