This dwarf, shrub-form birch offers season-long interest with tiny yellow leaves that emerge in sunset hues of orange and red. Adaptable to pruning, it can be shaped, sheared, hedged, used as a miniature patio tree, or left to its own appealing natural habit. Exceptionally hardy.
Powder-blue flowers with orange eye. As with all Butterfly Bushes, this one is IRRESISTABLE to butterflies and reputed to be deer-resistant. Cut all Butterfly Bushes heavily back in early April—they are all late to emerge from dormancy, so don’t expect any signs of life until AT LEAST beginning of june. They all need as much sun as possible and a well-drained soil—then stand back and let the bloomin’ machine astound you!!
Beautiful shrub that blooms from midsummer until frost. Pleasantly scented, its abundant flowering magenta attracts both butterflies and bees and hummingbirds. They are very slow to break dormancy in spring, so do not despair before the beginning of June. They all need lots of sun
The Pugster® series of butterfly bush are characterized by their short, stocky frame coupled with their large, full sized flowers. The thick, heavy stems ensures better hardiness compared to most small buddleia. Pugster Blue butterfly bush offers true blue flowers..
Pugster Periwinkle® offers a small, sturdy frame with flowers the size you'd find on much larger plants. Each bloom is a full, dense cluster of soft purple blooms. It blooms all summer without deadheading. Because of their thick, strong stems, Pugster butterfly bushes have better hardiness and winter survival in zone 5 than other dwarf varieties.
Calycanthus' Aphrodite deserves to be better known. It is a recent variety that will be appreciated for its very long flowering, as beautiful as original. This deciduous shrub produces from the end of spring until the end of summer, large purple flowers . Their fragrance, which can surprise, evokes a subtle blend of strawberry flavor and green apple. Although not common in our gardens, Calycanthus is a shrub that is not very demanding on soil if it is deep, well prepared and stays fresh.
Small shrub, grafted on a stem. Growth habit it is definitely weeping, with greens branches, drooping to the ground. Small light green leaves , turning yellow, then brown in fall. In May ,weeping peashrub tree blooms plenty of yellow flowers turning pods as fruits . This plant will tolerate de-icing salt. Staking is recommended for the first years.
Small tree, top grafted with a weeping habit. Its light green foliage looks like that of a fern with a very light appearance. Abundance of yellow flowers in May followed by just a few pods as fruits. Staking is needed the first years. Offers a good resistance to de-icing salt. Use as a specimen.