Proven Winners Spirea Double Play Candy Corn Shrub 2 Gallon

$36.99

Your search for truly colorful landscape plants ends here!
Meet the newest and most colorful Proven Winners spirea, Double Play Candy Corn. The show starts in early spring when the new growth emerges bright candy apple red. As it matures, it turns pineapple yellow, and the new growth continues to emerge bright orange all season. Top it off with dark purple flowers in late spring/early summer, and you’ve got a display you really have to see to believe.
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  • USDA zones 4-8
  • Mature size 18-30 in. W x 18-24 in. H
  • Full sun to partial shade
  • Deciduous – Foliage loss in winter and new growth in spring
  • Used in containers, landscapes, and as accents
  • Recommended spacing 30 inches
  • Botanical Name – Double Play® Candy Corn® Spiraea japonica ‘NCSX1’ USPP 28,313, Can 6,176
  • Low maintenance
  • Ships dormant winter through early spring
  • Plants are trimmed at times when shipped to promote plant health
  • Average shipping height – 10-16 inches

 

Proven Winners Loropetalum Jazz Hands Mini Shrub 2 Gallon

$36.99

Jazz Hands Loropetalum are strong growing plants with outstanding form, flowers and foliage.

Jazz Hands Mini is a new ground covering dwarf variety with black-purple foliage that holds its color all season long. Showy pink flowers contrast with the dark, rich leaves. It is a wonderful little plant for the front of the border, or used in a decorative container.
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  • USDA zones 7-9
  • Mature size 36-48″ W x 10-12″ H
  • Full sun to partial shade
  • Evergreen- Year round interest
  • Low maintenance
  • Recommended spacing 48 inches
  • Used in containers, landscapes, and as accents
  • Botanical Name -Jazz Hands Mini® Loropetalum chinense ‘Beni Hime’ USPP 27,752
  • Plants are trimmed at times when shipped to promote plant health
  • Average shipping height – 2g 4-6 inches

Proven Winners Hydrangea Let’s Dance Rave Shrub

$44.99$74.99

Love purple? Love hydrangeas? Let’s Dance Rave hydrangea is the perfect pick!
Let’s Dance Rave is simply one of the best rebloomers ever introduced! That means that it blooms on old wood in early summer, then as it continues to grow, it keeps making new flower buds for more blooms in the following weeks. The big, bold blooms may be a deep saturated pink in neutral to basic/alkaline soil and an intriguing violet in acidic conditions. Glossy, dark green foliage resists disease for a picture-worthy performance, year after year.

Top reasons to grow Let’s Dance Rave hydrangea:
– Developed in Michigan for improved cold climate performance
– Handsome, disease-resistant foliage
– Purple flowers on a reblooming hydrangea

  • USDA zones 5-9
  • Mature size 34-36″ W x 24-36″ H
  • Full sun to part sun
  • Deciduous – Foliage loss in winter and new growth in spring
  • Recommended spacing 24 inches
  • Used in containers, landscapes, and as accents
  • Low maintenance
  • Botanical Name – Let’s Dance® Rave® Hydrangea macrophylla ‘SMNHMSIGMA’ USPP 26,929, Can 5,628
  • Ships dormant (no foliage) winter through early spring
  • Plants are trimmed at times when shipped to promote plant health
  • Average shipping height- 2 Gallon 12-18 inches

Proven Winners Golden Ticket Ligustrum Shrub 2 Gallon

$36.99

A non-invasive Golden Vicary privet!
Privet has long been favored for hedges and screening off air conditioners and other outdoor eye sores. It forms a dense, leafy wall that creates lots of privacy, and clusters of white flowers perfume the air in summer. Unfortunately, the privet that’s been used for decades is invasive, making a nuisance of itself in your yard and spreading to natural areas. Golden Ticket is the first non-invasive privet – it has all of privet’s good qualities, and none of the bad ones. High quality, glossy foliage emerges bright yellow and ages to chartreuse. Very adaptable and easy to grow, this deer-resistant shrub is the smart choice for hedging, screening, and landscaping.
Top three reasons to grow Golden Ticket® privet:
• Non-invasive – won’t spread
• Bright, glossy gold foliage
• very adaptable, doing well in dry soil and part shade.

  • USDA zones 5a-8b
  • Mature Sizes- 48-72 inches H and 48-72 inches W
  • Deciduous – Foliage loss in winter and new growth in spring
  • Full sun to part shade; Blooms spring through fall
  • Used in containers, landscapes, and as accents
  • Recommended spacing 36 inches
  • Botanical Name: Golden Ticket® Ligustrum x vicaryi ‘NCLX1’ USPP 27,301, Can 5,560
  • Ships dormant (no foliage) winter through early spring
  • Plants are trimmed at times when shipped to promote plant health
  • Average shipping height 12-16 inches

Proven Winners Hibiscus Lil Kim Violet Shrub 2 Gallon

$44.99

Dwarf rose of Sharon with vivid violet flowers!
This purple form of the dwarf Lil’ Kim® rose of Sharon is perfect for containers and smaller gardens. It has the same compact habit but with plum-violet flowers accented by a red eye. The large – up to 3″ across – flowers are very striking against the dark, glossy foliage and are held up by very strong stems. Deep green foliage and an upright-yet-graceful habit make this rose of Sharon suitable for specimen plantings, flower gardens, even a showy hedge.

  • USDA zones 5a-9b
  • Mature Sizes- 36-48 inches H and 36-48 inches W
  • Deciduous – Foliage loss in winter and new growth in spring
  • Full sun to part shade; Blooms spring through fall
  • Used in containers, landscapes, and as accents
  • Recommended spacing 36 inches
  • Botanical Name: Lil’ Kim® Violet Hibiscus syriacus ‘SHIMRV24’ USPP 26,374, Can PBRAF
  • Ships dormant (no foliage) winter through early spring
  • Plants are trimmed at times when shipped to promote plant health
  • Average shipping height 12-18 inches

Proven Winners Hibiscus Paraplu Violet Shrub 2 Gallon

$44.99

When summer comes, you should be outdoors, enjoying your flowers – and that’s exactly what Paraplu Violet hibiscus allows you to do! This easy-care hybrid rose of Sharon boasts extra-large flowers and positively extraordinary color. It’s cool blue-violet blooms have a glowing, almost iridescent effect, especially in the mornings and evenings. You have to see it for yourself to believe it! Like its sister plant, Paraplu Pink Ink hibiscus, it blooms for weeks on end without you having to lift a finger.
Top reasons to plant Paraplu Violet rose of Sharon:
– Flowers are larger and showier than conventional roses of Sharon.
– Elegant, graceful habit that moves in the breeze – not stiff and awkward like other roses of Sharon.
– Low maintenance and long blooming so you can enjoy the season.

  • USDA zones 5a-9b
  • Mature Sizes- 60-96 inches H and 48-60 inches W
  • Deciduous – Foliage loss in winter and new growth in spring
  • Full sun to part shade; Blooms spring through fall
  • Used in containers, landscapes, and as accents
  • Recommended spacing 48 inches
  • Botanical Name: Paraplu Violet® Hibiscus x ‘Minsybv3s01’ USPPAF, Can PBRAF
  • Ships dormant (no foliage) winter through early spring
  • Plants are trimmed at times when shipped to promote plant health
  • Average shipping height 12-18 inches
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Proven Winners Hibiscus Paraplu Pink Ink Shrub 2 Gallon

$44.99

Summer belongs to bold, blooming plants, and Paraplu Pink Ink hibiscus is definitely that! This hybrid rose of Sharon spends summers bedecked with very large, very showy white and pink flowers. The star-like pink eye at the center of each bloom makes for a dazzling effect. Even though each individual flower lasts only one sweet summer day, the plant makes lots of buds for long-lasting color you can enjoy for months every season. Deep green foliage and an upright-yet-graceful habit make this rose of Sharon suitable for specimen plantings, flower gardens, even a showy hedge.
Top reasons to plant Paraplu Pink Ink rose of Sharon:
– Flowers are larger and showier than conventional roses of Sharon.
– Elegant, graceful habit that moves in the breeze – not stiff and awkward like other roses of Sharon.
– Low maintenance and long blooming so you can enjoy the season.

  • USDA zones 5a-9b
  • Mature Sizes- 60-96 inches H and 48-60 inches W
  • Deciduous – Foliage loss in winter and new growth in spring
  • Full sun to part shade; Blooms spring through fall
  • Used in containers, landscapes, and as accents
  • Recommended spacing 48 inches
  • Botanical Name: Paraplu Pink Ink® Hibiscus x ‘Minsywhi07’ USPP 32,761, Can PBRAF
  • Ships dormant (no foliage) winter through early spring
  • Plants are trimmed at times when shipped to promote plant health
  • Average shipping height 12-18 inches

Proven Winners Center Stage Pink Crape Myrtle 2 Gallon

$38.99

Gardening just got a lot more interesting! Center Stage™ Pink crape myrtle brings the drama with its brilliantly colored hot pink flowers and intense reddish-black foliage. Thanks to its great mildew resistance and vigorous habit, you’ll spend a lot more time enjoying and do a lot less worrying.
Top reasons to grow Center Stage™ Coral crape myrtle in your garden:
– Earlier bloom time than conventional varieties.
– Peppy pink flowers with cheery yellow stamens.
– Vigorously growing and freely flowering – just sit back and enjoy.

  • USDA zones 7-9
  • Mature size 96 inches W x 72-144 inches H
  • Full sun to partial shade
  • Deciduous – Foliage loss in winter and new growth in spring
  • Used in containers, landscapes, and as accents
  • Recommended spacing 96 inches
  • Botanical Name – Center Stage™ Pink Crape myrtle Lagerstroemia indica
  • Low maintenance
  • Ships dormant winter through early spring
  • Plants are trimmed at times when shipped to promote plant health
  • Average shipping height – 12-18 inches

 

Proven Winners Center Stage Red Crape Myrtle 2 Gallon

$38.99

Do you live for the drama? Looking for a plant that commands the spotlight but is still easy to grow? Center Stage Red crape myrtle is just the plant to fill the role! With its deep black foliage and glowing red flowers, it truly will command center stage in your landscape. This variety is vigorous and resists the diseases that often plague the species, so you’ll enjoy clean, glossy foliage all season long. It naturally grows with a narrow, space-saving habit that eliminates the need to prune and opens up a range of landscaping possibilities.
Top reasons to grow Center Stage Red crape myrtle:
– Nearly black foliage with excellent disease resistance.
– Cheerful cherry-colored flowers all summer.
– Colorful foliage and flowers keeps it interesting from spring through fall.

  • USDA zones 7-9
  • Mature size 96 inches W x 72-144 inches H
  • Full sun to partial shade
  • Deciduous – Foliage loss in winter and new growth in spring
  • Used in containers, landscapes, and as accents
  • Recommended spacing 96 inches
  • Botanical Name – Center Stage® RedCrape myrtle Lagerstroemia indica
  • Low maintenance
  • Ships dormant winter through early spring
  • Plants are trimmed at times when shipped to promote plant health
  • Average shipping height – 12-18 inches

 

Proven Winners Center Stage Coral Crape Myrtle 2 Gallon

$38.99

A cut above! The Center Stage Coral has earlier blooms, richer intense reddish-black foliage, and is less prone to mildew. You’ll love the ruffled, fully saturated coral flowers and healthy, rapid growth too!
Top reasons to grow Center Stage™ Coral crape myrtle in your garden:
– Intense, dark burgundy-black foliage.
– Bright coral flowers with cheery yellow stamens.
– Vigorously growing and freely flowering – just sit back and enjoy.

  • USDA zones 7-9
  • Mature size 96 inches W x 72-144 inches H
  • Full sun to partial shade
  • Deciduous – Foliage loss in winter and new growth in spring
  • Used in containers, landscapes, and as accents
  • Recommended spacing 96 inches
  • Botanical Name – Center Stage™ CoralCrape myrtle Lagerstroemia indica
  • Low maintenance
  • Ships dormant winter through early spring
  • Plants are trimmed at times when shipped to promote plant health
  • Average shipping height – 12-18 inches