Sweet Emotion abelia is the hardiest abelia yet, growing where no abelia could grow before: in chilly USDA zone 4. It's also the most fragrant of any abelia, with white and pink spring blooms that perfume the air with a delightful sweet jasmine fragrance. Tolerates part shade. .Butterflies love it, but deer and rabbits will stay away!
Tiny, uniform, dark bluish green needles radiate around the many short branches of this dwarf Balsam Fir. Smaller and finer than ’Nana,’ the improved selection displays prominent reddish-brown buds for seasonal interest. The dense, very dwarf globe is ideal for small rock gardens, alpine gardens or troughs. Very slow growing plant.
This luminous conifer bears golden new shoots, contrasting gorgeously against the old foliage, shorter and greener.Very compact, the striking tree can be conical or somewhat irregular. Produces decorative cones.
Nice, slender tree resulting from the cross between a Silver maple and Red maple. Its green foliage in summer turns to nice orange-red tones in fall. This tree has no fruits and has a rapid growth rate.
Maple tree with a regular, upright and oval habit. Cross between red and silver maple, this variety grows rapidly (more than 60cm per year when young) and bears a beautiful fall color. Excellent tree, resistant to insects and diseases and has a great advantage: being seedless.
'Bailey Compact' is a dense, deciduous shrub with a dome shape formed by many radiating branches. The leaves are glossy and light green. They turn scarlet and orange in the fall. In spring, 'Bailey Compact' bears clusters of cream-colored flowers that are followed by red, winged fruits. Its size makes it useful for fall color in small yards. It can be planted as a specimen, a hedge, or a windbreak.
Ruby Slippers Amur Maple was selected for its straight trunk, dense upright spreading canopy. In early summer, an abundance of bright red samaras hang in pairs, like ruby red ballet slippers, from the tree branches! Bright red, orange and gold fall foliage. Tolerant of drought and urban conditions.
"Spectacular specimen whose the new leaves emerge a deep bronze-infused burgundy in spring, then change to bright chartreuse for summer. However, Autumn Moon keeps the new leaves coming well into summer, so you get tiny bright red leaves right on top of the yellow-green ones all season long! Then in fall, all of the foliage blazes forth in every shade of orange and red! "