Let’s Dance Diva hydrangea has bigger sterile florets than anything else available - each one measures 3”+ across. A tiny baby toad stopped by our photo shoot, so we couldn’t resist including him!
Unique garden art, spotted in a private residence. The owner created this out of two pieces of an old boiler or furnace that was being taken out of a house and left on the curb as trash. Rusted is a surprisingly good color for plants to play off of!
Happy Mardi Gras! Our botanical greeting for this day of revelry includes Show Off forsythia, Pucker Up dogwood, and Purple Emperor butterfly bush. Laissez le bon temps rouler!
Amethyst coral berry (Symphoricarpos x doorenbosii ‘Kordes’) was just awarded 2013 Cut Flower of the Year in the woody category! We are proud to be a resource for North American cut flower growers and floral arrangers.
View of the incredible Four Seasons Garden in England. This suburban backyard was designed and is maintained by Tony and Marie, two self-taught gardeners with the vision and enthusiasm to make it happen. See the garden in all four seasons here, and for even more from this amazing residential space, visit their Flickr stream.
Landscape looking dull? Instead of brown sticks, you could have glossy red berries if you plant Cardinal Candy viburnum. This linden viburnum was selected especially for its hardiness and heavy flower and fruit set.
October is breast cancer awareness month! As a proud partner of The Breast Cancer Research Foundation since 2009, Invincibelle Spirit hydrangea and Pink Day fundraisers at garden centers have helped raise over $427,000 for BCRF. That funds almost 10,000 hours of scientific research to find a cure for breast cancer!
Callicarpa is more commonly known as beautyberry - and what a beauty it is! While other plants are lighting up in red, orange, and yellow, beautyberry keeps its cool purple berries to brighten the landscape up through the first couple of frosts.