Aptly named, its fragrant pink flowers are a delight to the senses. This plant delivers exceptional value in performance for price paid. It is a clean, easily grown plant worthy of a prominent spot where you can appreciate it. Extremely hardy.
Forsythia x intermedia Magical® Gold ‘Kolgold’ (Magical® Gold Forsythia)
First on market Forsythia variety to bloom on old wood in addition to new, so this is a huge improvement for a popular landscape plant that needs regular pruning to keep it looking its best. Imagine not having to cut your Forsythia back and lament cutting away the very reasons for growing it in the first place. Long, straight stems are perfect to cut for an indoor vase.
Fothergilla x intermedia 'Mt. Airy' (Mt. Airy Dwarf Fothergilla)
A select American native, 'Mt. Airy' merits wider use as compared to its close relatives, the witchhazels, which are much larger in mature stature. Exhibits excellent hardiness, attractive summer foliage and spectacular autumn color. The white bottlebrush flowers are borne in showy abundance during April/May.
Fairy Magnolia™ Cream is a new hybrid Michelia bred to produce masses of beautiful fragrant creamy-white flowers in early spring. With a little more yunnanensis in the parentage Cream's flowers are more cup shaped. These plants are so free flowering that they have a flower bud at each leaf axil and have been known to provide a light flush of flowers during summer too. The plants are bushy with rich evergreen foliage, which makes them ideal in the garden as a flowering hedge or specimen plant.
Magnolia hybrid Fairy Magnolia® White 'MicJur5' (Fairy Magnolia® White)
A new hybrid Michelia bred to produce masses of bright white flowers with intense fragrance in early spring. These plants are so free flowering that they have a flower bud at each leaf axil and have been known to provide a light flush of flowers during summer too. The plants are bushy with rich evergreen foliage, which makes them ideal in the garden as a flowering hedge or specimen plant. Tall than wide, 10' x 6'.
Imagine a 6-8 ft. evergreen shrub with a profusion of brown velvety buds that open to creamy-white, scented flowers. The dense habit of this variety puts it among the ranks of some of our favorite shrubs. Perfect for hedging.
Upright evergreen shrub with spiny leaves. Native in the Northwest, it benefits from occasional pruning to keep foliage clean and diminish its tendency to become overgrown. Native Americans used the stems and roots to make a yellow dye.