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Hornbeam, European

Hornbeam, European

  • Attractive, columnar tree
  • Dark green foliage turns yellow-orange in fall
  • Great for screens and street trees
Hosta

Hosta

  • Mainstay of shade gardens
  • Mass for a showy groundcover or can stand alone
  • There are many varieties of hosta so there are many foliage options
Hydrangea

Hydrangea 'Limelight'

This large , winter hardy hydrangea blooms pale lime, conical shaped flowers in late summer. As flowers fade in the fall, leaves turn beautiful shades of red. This variety of hydrangea makes a nice specimen, accent or hedge.

Hydrangea

Hydrangea 'Nikko Blue'

  • Bigleaf hydrangea with large, blue mophead flowers in June thru August. Soil pH will affect flower color
  • A good specimen or accent near homes or patios
Hydrangea

Hydrangea 'Blushing Bride'

Landscape hydrangea that blooms summer to fall. Bloom color from blue to pink depending on soil pH. Beautiful in a large container on a deck or patio. Perfect flowers for cutting and or drying.

Hydrangea 'Bobo'

  • This dwarf variety blooms large, white flowers in mid-summer, turn pinkish in the fall
  • Great for small gardens or in containers on a deck or patio
  • Also excellent as a showy border plant or as a landcape plant
Hydrangea

Hydrangea 'Cityline Berlin'

  • Large, pink and light green flowers in summer. Soil pH affects bloom color
  • Great landscape plant adds a splash of bright color
  • Group in masses or as a shrub border
  • Beautiful in a container on a deck or patio
Hydrangea

Hydrangea 'Cityline Mars'

  • A small plant with big, magenta and white variegated flowers
  • The blooms are long lasting and their color can be changed by the soil pH
  • This compact variety does well in both containers and in the landscape
Hydrangea

Hydrangea 'Cityline Paris'

  • Long-lasting pinkish- red flowers maturing to a pretty green
  • Excellent colorful addition to shrub borders or use as a small flowering hedge
  • Soil pH determines flower color
  • Disease resistant. Seacoast tolerant
Hydrangea

Hydrangea 'Cityline Rio'

This compact early-blooming Hydrangea has one of the best blue-colored flowers and attractive glossy foliage. It has a striking green eye when opening, is long-blooming, and extremely mildew resistant. Adds drama to mixed containers, borders, or cut flower arrangements.

Hydrangea

Hydrangea 'Cityline Venice'

  • Big, hot- pink summer flowers change to green as they mature. Soil pH will affect bloom color
  • Great colorful landscape plant
  • Excellent container plant

Hydrangea 'Cityline Vienna'

  • Fuchsia-pink flowers will beautify your garden and your home with fresh or dried cut flowers. Soil pH can change flower color
  • Great landscape plant, adds a pop of color
  • Plant in masses, in a shrub border or in a container for your deck or patio
Hydrangea

Hydrangea 'Fire and Ice'

An early blooming, heat tolerant selection with attractive greenish-red foliage all season. Blooms creamy-white in early summer, turns pink in mid-summer becoming deep red in fall. A beautiful accent, foundation or border shrub for the garden. Deciduous.

Hydrangea

Hydrangea 'Firelight'

FireLightâ„¢ is the new standard to measure all hardy hydrangeas. Flowers open pure white in summer and age to a rich pomegranate-pink, in late summer to fall. Its thick, sturdy stems hold up the beautiful flowers so they are prominently displayed in the garden. An exceptional landscape shrub for foundation planting, back of the border or cutting garden.

Hydrangea

Hydrangea 'Incrediball'

  • Extra large, white blooms in mid-summer which are held up by very sturdy stems
  • Beautiful in the landscape
  • Makes dramatic cut flower
  • Flower color is not affected by soil pH, so will stay white

Hydrangea 'Invincibelle Spirit'

  • Produces an abundance of fuchsia- pink flowers from mid-summer to frost
  • Ideal for a foundation planting with morning sun and afternoon shade
  • Best time to prune this hydrangea is early spring
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