Snakes Head (Fritillaria meleagris) Plant of the Month: Fritillaria

March 17, 2017

With so many beautiful flowers starting to bloom this time of year, it’s hard to choose just one for plant of the month. Fritillaria is just so unique making it perfect for springtime! Fritillaria is a great option to diversify your bulb collection with its multiple varieties to choose from each having their own unique… Read more >

Plant of the Month: Daphne

February 13, 2017

Winter Daphne, sometimes known as the romance plant, blooms in mid-February around Valentine’s Day and usually lasts through early March. They are known for their fragrant flowers and showy, bright blooms. Daphnes are a great addition to shade gardens and can be planted as a specimen plant or in groupings. They also work very well… Read more >

Hamamelis x intermedia 'Arnold Promise' Plant of the Month: Witch Hazel

January 11, 2017

After the holidays are over, January can be a month without much color. But, have no fear! Witch Hazel will save the day with its bright, fragrant blooms! Witch Hazel is a deciduous shrub that comes in many different varieties which range in size from medium to large and have yellow to orange to red… Read more >

Plant of the Month: Yuletide Camellia

December 21, 2016

December’s plant of the month is Yuletide Camellia (Camellia sasanqua ‘Yuletide’). Yuletide Camellia is an evergreen shrub that blooms in winter with single red flowers with bright yellow centers. It’s dark green foliage helps the bright red flowers stand out even more which makes it a great all season plant. It can be used in a… Read more >

Scarletta Leucothoe (Leucothoe fontanesiana ‘Zeblid’) Plant of the Month: Leucothoe

November 23, 2016

Leucothoe has so many great varieties, we couldn’t choose just one for our plant of the month! This broadleaf evergreen is much appreciated around this time of year when most other trees and shrubs are losing their leaves. Leucothoe is also quite versatile and can be used both in the ground and in container gardens…. Read more >

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