Viburnum dil. Cardinal Candy™ is hardier than the species,
has abundant white flowers followed by persistent scarlet red shiny fruit. Viburnum n. Brandywine™ has glossy green leaves that
turns dark maroon in the fall. The
spectacular fruit transforms from green to ivory to vivid pinks and blue.
Hydrangea pan. ‘Limelight’ is popular because of its
phenomenal flower display. It can be
used as a stand-alone plant and makes a spectacular flowering hedge.
Hydrangea pan. Quick Fire® is known for its early flower
display blooming two weeks before any other paniculata. It turns pink before Pink Diamond starts to
bloom. Hydrangea pan. Pinky Winky® has
two tone flower heads in mid-summer. The
flowers emerge white and turn pink while continuing to push white florets from
the tip of the panicle.
Azalea m. Cornell Pink is a deciduous azalea with very clear pink blooms. They are spectacular in the sun and are still vibrant even on cloudy days. Our container Rhododendron look great and are budded and ready to bloom.
We dig some of our Rhododendron in the fall and put them into poly-houses to keep them from getting windburn. The buds are all plump and viable meaning they will put on a beautiful show where ever they land.
Pieris is an old school plant that has some very nice
cultivars. Katsura has rose pink
flowers. When the flowers are gone the wine red new growth continues to show
off this compact plant. Cavatine’s white
flowers are very abundant on a dwarf plant that only reaches 2’ -3’.