Upright shrub, open at the top. Light green leaves made of small leaflets. Pale yellow flowers in May-June similar to those of a pea. Pod like fruits staying on the plant all winter long. Tolerates pollution. Trim after flowering and can tolerate a severe pruning. Used in a trimmed or untrimmed hedge or isolated.
Small rounded bush with narrow silvery-green leaves. Stunning dark blue flowers, very similar to verbena, appearing in panicles late July until September. Cut back in spring; fertilize in summer and provide a winter protection. Such a beautiful specimen in any garden !
We love Sugar Shack buttonbush for its curious round summer flowers that feed bees and butterflies, its ornamental red fruit that attract birds and its bright fall foliage. Its bare stems and branches are attractive in winter. This adaptable US-native shrub is the perfect size for today’s small yards and gardens.
Not many plants will tolerate shady, very humid areas but this Buttonbush will ! With its creamy white flowers, 3cm in diameter appearing in June and lasting until August, this plant gains to known by all gardeners. Fast growing, with lustrous green foliage. The only condition to avoid is drought. Provide it with water and results will be fantastic !
"The Rising Sun™ starts the season with golden-orange foliage that brightens to yellow, then matures to a speckled lime green before turning buttery yellow and orange in fall. Amazingly, this foliage won’t scorch in the sun. Lavender-pink blossoms sprout right from the branches and trunks in early spring, soon followed by heart-shaped leaves. Used as a specimen! "
'Ruby Falls' is a dwarf weeping-habit specimen, compact, elegantly formed. The blooms arise before the foliage in spring, deep lavender flowers on bright red stems. Very showy, they remain for several weeks before being joined by glossy, heart-shaped maroon-red leaves held on pendulous branches close to the central stem of the tree. Ideal for small gardens.
Compact and spreading habit shrub. Thorny stems. Lustrous green foliage turning yellow in fall. Orange-red flowers in April; flowering varies every year and depends on climate. Fragrant, edible greenish yellow fruits late in September-October. Trim after flowering to limit expansion. Used in rock gardens and japanese gardens. Drought resistant.