Compact and pyramidal habit shrub. Purple stems. Glossy, bluish dark green foliage. Female flowers producing dark red fruits. Needs to be planted with Blue Prince. Best variety for our climate. Used in rock gardens and borders.
A beautiful new compact pyramidal blue holly with deep green waxy leaves. It has the classic holly shape.Perfect as a hedge, a foundation planting or a specimen. Beautiful bright red berries in fall. Will need 'Castle Wall' (male selection) to pollinate for berries.
Beautiful new compact blue holly with deep green waxy leaves. It has the classic holly shape.Tall narrow silhouette makes for east placement as a hedge, foundation planting or specimen. Male blue holly with a wide columnar shape.
Shrub with remarquable flowers looking like a merry-go-round because of a deep pink cercle and the stamens inside of the cup-shaped flower. Ideal to accompany rhododendrons and acid-loving plants. 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.
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.
Small shrub with evergreen, lustrous and dark green foliage. New shoots are purple. In fall, the foliage turns red-orange. Vivid yellow flowers in spring followed by small clusters of blue-black berries in fall. Best result in partly shady areas. Has be to be planted in a sheltered area with a good accumulation of snow.
Creeping shrub with evergreen foliage. The leaves are glossy dark green turning bronze in winter. It produces small white fruits during the summer. Needs an acid soil. Uses as a groundcover or as an edge.
Shrub with firey red foliage when young turning green edged in white for the rest of the season. Panicles of small, white flowers are produced in spring. 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.
A dwarf cultivar with variegated foliage. Narrow, pink-flushed new growth that ages to green with silvery-white margins. Panicles of slightly fragrant white bell-shaped flowers add to the beauty. Perfect choice for small borders of acid-loving plants.