Is this eye-catching, or what? Ever since my heart was broken by Forest Pansy death syndrome, I have been leery of Cercis, but then I started being lured back by the likes of Covey (Lavender Twist) and Appalachian Red–and I … Continue reading
Davidia involucrata ‘Lady Sunshine’ is the showiest of all the Davidias out of the flower period because of the incredibly bright variegation; this is a good thing because the tree takes forever to actually start flowering- much like the species … Continue reading
Rosa pteracantha is almost magical as the sun shines through the giant thorns. As you cut the plant back every year, the thorns return bigger and more beautiful.
The best of the new variegated Ginkgos, in my opinion. It was introduced this year by Crispin Silva, plant scout extraordinaire. A broom from his plant Jagged Jade, it has proved remarkably stable. Jagged Jade a stubby interesting plant, so … Continue reading
Ok, Guys, this is it, really really it. I am going to post what caught my eye every week for sure. And this week it is Hydrangeas. Actually it has been Hydrangeas for a bit and suddenly I realized that … Continue reading
I am praying that my Sunspire is the correct picture; my tree is very upright and that is the correct form. But my flower color is a very complex pink and yellow which i love not a plain ole BORING … Continue reading
A Ledvina hybrid with very precocious bloom which lasts a month. Hardy. zone 4 Size: 1 gallon Price: $25.00 Size: 2 gallon Price: $50.00
Maybe the best known of the Ledvina hybrids, this is what he says: large flower with 9 broad tepals, a vivid rosy pink. The tree blooms at a young age and continues for up to six weeks. Sounds like a … Continue reading