This beautiful shrub, with round and compact habit, bears numerous flowers almost all season long. In spring, 'Eternal Fragrance' flowers generously on the previous season's wood. After a rest, it reblooms from summer into fall. Produces a wonderfully fragrance from the pale pink flowers on a dark green foliage.
The attractive, crisp, lime-yellow foliage provides season long color long after the spring blooms have gone. The pearl-like buds open to fragrant white blooms which contrast nicely with the chartreuse foliage. This compact shrub fits nicely in the perennial garden or at the front of a shrub border.
Rounded shape shrub with spikes of fragrant white flowers. 3 weeks of abundant flowering starting in mid-May. The dark green foliage is similar to Hamamelis. Fall colouration is stunning, ranging from bright yellow to fiery red. Place a layer of mulch at base to keep freshness. Pruning is not necessary.
Open spreading habit with irregular branching. Dark green glossy leaves turn bright golden yellow in fall . Produces fragrant, creamy to bright yellow flowers late in fall, after the leaves fall. Native, most cold hardy of all witch hazels, roots are sensitive to disturbance. Perfect for shady areas.
Shrub creating many suckers (easy to control), vigorous, forming a coppice in a fertile and well drained area. If it's well sheltered, it will get covered by double bright golden yellow flowers in early spring with a second flowering later. Its tender green stems make a nice contrast with the snow in winter.
Outstanding cultivar with its new shoots variegated with white, red and copper and white variegated foliage during summer. Hanging clusters of white appear in summer. An addition of acidic potting soil is required when the shrub is planted. Each spring, an application of acidic fertilizer is well recommended. Mulch recommended. Plant in an area where snow accumulates easily or protected from winter winds.
An explosion of brilliant, yellow spring growth provides a fantastic contrast against the mature, short, dark green needles of this spruce until mid-summer. This tree grows slowly into a narrowly pyramidal form with a full skirt of lower branches that arch gracefully out and down. Used as a specimen or as a focal point.
In colder regions like ours, this Pieris will have a much restrained, slower development. Spectacular foliage with fire red new shoots, turning bronze green and finally lustrous dark green. White hanging panicles of flowers appear in early spring. Trim after flowering, if needed. Plant in an area sheltered from winter winds or in an area with a good accumulation of snow. Use in association in borders of acid-loving plants.