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$24.95

Each fully double, white flower head of this Lacecap Hydrangea is like a mini bridal bouquet, with an outer ring of large, double ...flowers surrounding a center packed with smaller, double ones. Flowering begins earlier than other varieties, and continues on new growth into fall if spent blooms are removed regularly. 'Wedding Gown' is hardy, stays compact, and prefers light shade. Also known as 'Dancing Snow'. PP 21,052 For gardeners in Zone 5, we advise planting H. macrophyllas in a sheltered location and giving them a winter mulch. This will provide protection from winds and cold temperatures that can damage flower buds. For more information on growing and care, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5-9S/W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:3-4' Height:3-4' Ships as:ONE GALLON POT read more

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$19.95

A robust, disease-resistant addition to the garden, this carefree, reblooming Shrub Rose produces clusters of lovely, fragrant flo...wers over a long season. Each cupped, double bloom is crowded with petals the color of honeyed apricot with hints of yellow at the center. The blossoms arrive in flushes against a backdrop of healthy, dark green leaves on vigorous, bushy plants that grow up to 3′ tall. We enjoy growing these stunning plants in containers where they continue to blossom well into fall. Even the novice Rose grower will have success with this easy-care variety. 'HORCOGJIL' PP 27,541 Roses offer colors, perfumes, forms, and habits to suit every garden situation. The tenacious efforts of breeders have yielded Roses with the best attributes of different varieties in new forms. Hybrid Teas, lovely as ever, now combine long bloom periods with the vigor to shrug off pests. Shrub Roses bloom for months, rather than weeks, in addition to their ever-appealing hardiness and longevity. A new group is so exceptionally long-blooming and carefree that they are simply called "Landscape Roses." In short, these are not your grandmother’s, or even your mother’s, finicky Roses. Simply choose according to your circumstances. Roses require 6 or more hours of direct sun per day and a fertile, reasonably moist soil. For more information on Rose care, click Growing Guide. Tip: We use {item_link sku="58793" text="Organic Gem"} as a foliar feed on Rose bushes in our trial garden and find plants are healthier and perform better throughout the season.Hardiness Zone:5-9S/W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:30-36" Height:30-36" Ships as:TWO QUART POT read more

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$29.95

From the folks who introduced compact Blueberry bushes comes this double-fruiting variety. Perpetua is so-named because it flowers... and fruits in midsummer and then again in the fall. The small berries are sweet and delicious, and the plant’s glossy dark green foliage turns yellow and red in autumn. These vigorous plants grow 4–5' tall, and will keep you harvesting over a long season. Although plants are self-pollinating, they tend to produce better harvests when grown with a different Blueberry variety to help with cross-pollination. PP 24,209Formerly known as BrazelBerries, Bushel and Berry self-pollinating varieties fare as well in containers as in the ground. The berries are anything but dwarf, and once the plants are established, they will fruit reliably for years. Growing Bushel and Berry in containers: Bushel and Berry bushes are dwarf plants that produce full-size fruit. They will produce some fruit in the first couple of years, but really hit their stride in the third year and beyond. Upon arrival, replant in a 12-16" container using a peat-based potting soil mix with pine bark. Place the container outdoors in full sun for the growing season. As your plant matures, you will likely need to put it in a 20-24" diameter container. Your plant will start producing more fruit in the second year. Fertilizing. Bushel and Berry Blueberries thrive in acid soil (pH of 4.5-5.5). Fertilize your plants with a slow-release fertilizer designed for acid-loving plants in spring and again in midsummer. Pruning. In spring, prune out any dead branches. After harvest, prune out fruit-bearingbranches, leaving new branches to fruit the following season. Wintering over. In colder climates (Zone 5), you can overwinter plants in their containers by storing them in a sheltered, unheated area such as a garage or shed once the leaves drop in fall. Be certain the soil is moist when the plant is brought under cover, and water very sparingly during the winter. Once every 6 weeks is generally sufficient. The intent is for the plant to go as dormant as possible. In spring, bring them outside when temperatures remain above 25° and place in full sun. In warmer climates where freeze-thaw cycles occur, store plants on a protected porch. Where freezing is not a concern, plants can remain outdoors in containers and enjoyed year round. Growing Bushel and Berry Blueberries in the ground:Choose a planting location in full sun (at least 6 hours of direct sun each day) with soil that is moisture-retentive yet well drained. Because Blueberries grow best in soil that has an acid pH and is rich in humus, you should replace about half of the soil dug from the planting hole with at least as much peat moss. Mix the peat moss thoroughly into the remaining soil, and then dig a hole that will generously accommodate the plant's root ball. Gently remove the plant from its pot and place into the hole so that the top of the root ball is level with the surrounding soil. Then push soil back into the hole around the plant and press firmly with your hands to eliminate air pockets and establish good soil contact. A gentle but thorough watering will further settle the soil around the plant.Blueberries require about 1″ of rain or irrigation per week. Surrounding your plants with a 4–5′ circle of mulch helps keep the soil moist and prevents the growth of weeds. Apply a 2–4″ layer of wood chips, shredded bark, or other organic material. The year after planting (and every year thereafter) apply a fertilizer designed for acid-loving plants at flowering time in spring and again about 4 weeks later.Hardiness Zone:4-8S/W Blooms In:May Spacing:24-30" Height:4-5' Ships as:ONE GALLON POT read more

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$34.95

This award-winning, intensely fragrant Hybrid Tea shares the beauty of its namesake, a European Princess whose style is both class...ic and contemporary. The 4" fully double blossoms have closely packed petals, and they blend colors of pastel pink with warm apricot highlights. Own-root. 'Meidysouk' PP 24,296Roses offer colors, perfumes, forms, and habits to suit every garden situation. The tenacious efforts of breeders have yielded Roses with the best attributes of different varieties in new forms. Hybrid Teas, lovely as ever, now combine long bloom periods with the vigor to shrug off pests. Shrub Roses bloom for months, rather than weeks, in addition to their ever-appealing hardiness and longevity. A new group is so exceptionally long-blooming and carefree that they are simply called "Landscape Roses." In short, these are not your grandmothers, or even your mothers, finicky Roses. Simply choose according to your circumstances. Roses require 6 or more hours of direct sun per day and a fertile, reasonably moist soil.For more information on Rose care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4-9S/W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:2-3' Height:5-6' Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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$19.95

The lustrous blue-green foliage of this mounding shrub is attractive over a long season on plants that are more compact than our n...ative Snowberry (Symphoricarpos albus). Come fall, though, when the pink blossoms turn into nearly fluorescent pink berries, you’ll see why this is the main attraction. Proud Berry delivers a prolific show when planted in full sun and provided with a touch of pruning in early spring to encourage an abundant display of fruit in fall. Be sure to cut some of the berry stems to bring indoors for exceptionally long-lasting, late season bouquets. A Proven Winners variety. ‘Sophie’ PP 21,226Grown primarily for their berries that last well into winter, Symphoricarpos produce small, nectar-rich, white or pink flowers that are attractive to pollinators. For more information on the growing and care of Snowberry, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3-7S/W Blooms In:August September Spacing:3-4" Height:3-4' Ships as:TWO QUART POT read more

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$25.75

The flowers of 'White Beauty' are large for this group. They open creamy and mature to pure white with a red circle and creamy ant...hers inside. The leaves are attractively marbled with brown and white. Trout Lilies are easy to grow in partial shade especially at the feet of trees and shrubs, where the soil is rich and woodsy. Do not let them dry out in summer, or drown in winter, and you will be rewarded with graceful blooms in April and early May. For more information on the planting and care of Erythronium, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5-9S/W Blooms In:April May Spacing:4-5" Height:8" Ships as:BULB read more

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$34.95

Antique beauty matched with a modern repeat-flowering habit are the keynotes of hybridizer David Austins Roses, and Carding Mill i...s an outstanding example of his achievement. Full, slightly nodding blossoms with about 80 petals appear apricot but combine shades of pink and yellow and are deep apricot inside when they first open. Their rich myrrh perfume and the leaves disease resistance are also welcome. Own-root. 'Auswest' British rosarian David Austin has bred these exceptional varieties to combine the flower forms and fragrances of Old Roses with the repeat-blooming trait of modern strains. Gardenworthy in every respect, they contribute mightily to perennial beds and shrub borders. They also make excellent cut flowers. Roses offer colors, perfumes, forms, and habits to suit every garden situation. The tenacious efforts of breeders have yielded Roses with the best attributes of different varieties in new forms. Hybrid Teas, lovely as ever, now combine long bloom periods with the vigor to shrug off pests. Shrub Roses bloom for months, rather than weeks, in addition to their ever-appealing hardiness and longevity. A new group is so exceptionally long-blooming and carefree that they are simply called "Landscape Roses." In short, these are not your grandmothers, or even your mothers, finicky Roses. Simply choose according to your circumstances. Roses require six or more hours of direct sun per day and a fertile, reasonably moist soil. Tip: We use {item_link sku="58793" text="Organic Gem"} as a foliar feed on Rose bushes in our trial garden and find plants are healthier and perform better throughout the season.Hardiness Zone:5-9S/W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:3-5' Height:4-6' Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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$7.95

A taller plant than its sibling Artist Purple, with sturdy stems that won't get beaten down by weather. They are excellent in gard...ens or bouquets, where their cloud-like clusters of purplish blue flowers weave companions together. There are perennials and even shrubs in the small genus Ageratum, native to the warm regions of North and South America. But most of us know Ageratum only as an annual for garden beds and containers. The soft, fuzzy-looking flowers range from shades of blue, purple, pink, to white and will attract butterflies all summer. Provide plants with a sunny areas and average soil that does not dry out. For more information on the growing and care of Ageratum, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:1-13S/W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:10-12" Height:24-30" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$32.95

Another variety named after characters on TV’s Downton Abbey, this head-turning Hybrid Tea bears large (up to 5″), ruffled, deep p...ink blossoms with a mild fragrance. Grafted. ′WEKdadoda′ PPAFRoses offer colors, perfumes, forms, and habits to suit every garden situation. The tenacious efforts of breeders have yielded Roses with the best attributes of different varieties in new forms. Hybrid Teas, lovely as ever, now combine long bloom periods with the vigor to shrug off pests. Shrub Roses bloom for months, rather than weeks, in addition to their ever-appealing hardiness and longevity. A new group is so exceptionally long-blooming and carefree that they are simply called "Landscape Roses." In short, these are not your grandmother’s, or even your mother’s, finicky Roses. Simply choose according to your circumstances. Roses require 6 or more hours of direct sun per day and a fertile, reasonably moist soil.For more information on Rose care, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5-9S/W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:3-4' Height:3-4' Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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$13.25

A delightful selection that bears flowers in three shades of blue—from deep violet to cobalt and sky—and topped with white caps. P...lant this Grape Hyacinth in groups for a sea of bobbing flower spikes. Just a few stems of 'Ocean Magic' brought indoors makes a sweetly scented bouquet. Good for forcing, too. Muscari, commonly known as Grape Hyacinth, are high on the list of accommodating, simple-to-grow, durable bulbs. Inexpensive and fast to spread, they're a perfect choice to create a carpet of soft blue beneath yellow or white Daffodils or early pink Tulips. Because Muscari are so often grown en masse and their flowers are small, it's easy to miss how beautiful and intricate they are. Not even the cleverest jeweler in Faberge's workshop could create such delicate clusters of luminous blue or violet beads. Muscari thrive in full sun or deciduous shade, tolerate practically any soil, and seem to live forever. They are ideal as companions for taller bulbs or flowering shrubs, and look marvelous set out in loose sweeps all by themselves. Easy to force. In the fall, we sometimes receive calls from customers who have noticed that their Grape Hyacinths are sending up leaves. This growth is normal and is actually convenient for the gardener, since it marks the place to scatter a bit of bulb fertilizer. For more information on the growing and care of Muscari, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4-8S/9W Blooms In:April May Spacing:3" Height:4-6" Ships as:BULB read more

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$20.50

The large flowers have narrow amethyst segments with white lines in the center. 'Lilac Wonder' is one of the most free-flowering C...olchicums. Heirloom, pre-1926. It's hard to imagine fall without the magical appearance of Colchicums. Their bright, vase-shaped blooms rise without warning and glisten in the sharp light of autumn. In spring, a clump of broad, deer-proof leaves emerges, stays awhile, and vanishes by midsummer. We plant the bulbs in front of shrubs, among vigorous perennials, and at the grassy foot of a fence. Colchicums prefer well-drained soil that doesn't dry out in summer and they need shade where summers are hot. For more information on planting Colchicum, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5-8S/9W Blooms In:October September Spacing:10-12" Height:10-12" Ships as:BULB read more

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$22.37

This early-flowering variety produces a profusion of intensely fragrant white blossoms in spring. Plants show exceptional resistan...ce to mildew, and the foliage remains attractive over a long season. A very hardy hybrid bred by Frank Skinner in Manitoba, Canada. Lilacs are among the best-known classic spring-flowering shrubs. For reliable bloom and sweet fragrance, generally before Memorial Day, these sturdy shrubs are in a class by themselves. Most Lilacs prefer full sun and neutral to slightly alkaline soil. For more information on growing Syringa, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:2-7S/W Blooms In:May Spacing:10-12' Height:10-12' Ships as:BAREROOT 12-18" read more

White Flower Farm
$44.00

Deer No No was developed by a Connecticut landscape artist looking to protect his inspiration. This citrusy soap-based product of ...fatty acids contains no harmful chemicals and lasts up to a year when suspended from a tree branch. Great for orchards and shrub borders. Each cake measures 1 1/4″ x 1″ x 2 1/4″ and arrives in an expandable, easy-to-hang green plastic pouch. 8 pouches per container.Hardiness Zone:1-13S/W Ships as:HARDGOOD DOES NOT APPLY read more

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$7.16

This unique selection displays striped, Snapdragon-like flowers of pink and purple on sturdy stems. The upright, drought-tolerant ...plants are superb for season-long color in beds, borders, and containers.Native to Central and South America, Angelonia is a charming sub-shrub (meaning it gets bushy and full but seldom reaches much above 2′). Also known as Summer Snapdragon, it offers a long-running display of gracefully lipped flowers on sturdy stems. Likes heat and well-drained soil. Perennial in Zones 9–10.For more information on growing Angelonia click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:1-13S/W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:9-12" Height:12-18" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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$11.25

Strong purple on the outside and inside, with a pale white throat that's visible on bright sunny days. This variety is one of the ...familiar, and welcome, giant spring Crocus, which are colorful companions for early Daffodils. They are terrific for bedding, rock gardens, shrub borders, and naturalizing in grass. Reserve a few bulbs to pot up and force, and you will soon be the bearer of sweet little gifts that are inexpensive yet rich with the promise of winter’s end. For more information on planting Crocus, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4-8S/W Blooms In:April Spacing:4" Height:4-6" Ships as:BULB read more

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$16.50

Florets are pale blue to white with a dark blue midrib outside. This early-flowering species begins blooming when the stems have b...arely broken through the soil and continues as the stems rise to a height of 5 inches. Heirloom, 1931. Scillas have the agreeable habit of self-propagating freely in full sun or light shade and well-drained soil, living long, trouble-free lives. They naturalize readily in low grass or at the feet of deciduous trees and shrubs. The short stature of most makes them welcome at the front of a perennial border or in a rock garden as well. For more information on the planting and care of Scilla, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4-8S/9W Blooms In:April March Spacing:3" Height:3-5" Ships as:BULB read more

White Flower Farm
$89.00

The classical design of this footed urn includes a lovely fluted pattern with a twist that conveys a sense of motion. It’s lightwe...ight and easy to move, and stunning filled with annuals and or a small shrub. The sand tone flatters a wide variety of plantings, and it's made with a hand-rubbed finish, so no two are alike. Includes a pre-marked spot for a drainage hole. Measures 19″ tall x 17″ in diameter Holds approximately 30 quarts of soil (around 1 cubic foot) Planter uses about 1 bag of our Fafard Container Mix. {item_link sku="55032" text="Click here"} to order. Hardiness Zone:1-13S/W Height:19" Ships as:HARDGOOD DOES NOT APPLY read more

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$13.25

This beautiful hybrid of the hardy Species Tulip T. tschimganica borrows its colors from the Spanish flag. The color scheme change...s over time, from yellow and red to brilliant red and orange with yellow highlights. It ignites the front of the spring border with its vibrant blossoms. Its short and sturdy stature makes it a perfect addition to the rock garden, too. Species Tulips are diminutive beauties ideal for niches in terraces, beneath deciduous trees and shrubs, and in rock gardens. With good drainage and lots of sun, they are especially long-lived. For more information on Tulip care, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3-8S/W Blooms In:April May Spacing:3-4" Height:6-8" Ships as:BULB read more

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$31.97

This little workhorse is an upright variety that we train into a 26″ tall topiary here at our nursery. It pumps out a profusion of... single, rose-pink blossoms against tidy, deep green leaves, and they keep coming all summer long. It's a natural hummingbird feeder, and winner of the coveted Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit. Shipped in a 7″ glazed pot with saucer. Fuchsia is a genus of about 50 species, which include both shrubs and small trees native to Central and South America. Most are tropicals that cannot survive freezing temperatures. They are greatly valued as ornamentals because they bloom heavily and constantly throughout the summer months in partial shade. They make ideal seasonal landscape plants in mild climates and a superb choice for pots, planters, and hanging baskets in colder areas. For information on Fuchsia care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:1-13S/W Blooms In:August July June October September Spacing:18" Height:26" Ships as:CLAY POT read more

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$36.95

A stunning form of our native Eastern Redbud, 'Appalachian Red' bears clusters of near-red buds that open a brilliant, fuchsia pin...k and clothe the bare branches in spring. Heart-shaped leaves soon follow, maturing to blue green in summer and turning yellow in fall. An easy-care addition to the landscape, and lovely underplanted with spring-flowering bulbs such as Muscari and Hyacinths. Cercis is a small genus of about 6 species of deciduous trees and shrubs in the Pea family, distributed over a wide area across both coasts of North America to the Mediterranean and East Asia. Clusters of lavender-pink or white blossoms sprout right from the branches and trunks in early spring, soon followed by heart-shaped leaves. Grow in fertile, moist but well-drained soil in full sun or dappled shade. For more information on growing Cercis, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:6-9S/W Blooms In:April May Spacing:20' Height:15-25' Ships as:BAREROOT 30-36" read more

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$8.50

Our French Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) forms a pretty, low-growing, 12″ shrub whose cascading stems of tiny gray-green leaves are a fo...cus in any herb garden and indispensable in the kitchen. Strongly aromatic evergreen French Thyme adds something special to soups, stews, and casseroles, and its piquant flavor with a faint clove aftertaste blends particularly well with Lemon and Basil. It is essential in French bouquets garnis and pate, and popular in Greek, Cajun, and Creole dishes. In medieval France, Thyme plants were thought to be a home for fairies, and gardeners set aside a little bed of Thyme for them much as we provide feeders for hummingbirds.Hardiness Zone:4-9S/W Blooms In:August July June Spacing:12" Height:12" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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$32.95

Chionanthus virginicus is our native American Fringe Tree, named for the dense clusters of white flowers suspended from each branc...h. It is an arresting vision of gossamer when it comes into bloom in May. The flowers are fragrant, and as they fade, the glossy green, 8″ leaves emerge. Small, bluish black fruits about ½″ long form on the female flowers. Plants grow faster and bloom more generously in areas with warm summers.A small genus in the Olive family, Chionanthus consists of nine species found in North America and East Asia (and is just one example of this interesting disjunct pattern of distribution first observed about 150 years ago). Chionanthus virginicus is our sole native species and highly rated as a small shrub for home landscapes. Easily grown in average, well-drained soil. For more information on growing and care, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4-9S/W Blooms In:June May Spacing:10-15’ Height:12-20’ Ships as:ONE GALLON POT read more

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$29.95

Popular since 1938, Syringa vulgaris 'Sensation', a bi-colored Common Lilac, has stood the test of time. Its unusual purple blooms... have a creamy white edge and appear mid- to late season. If you visit our nursery in May, you’ll find Syringa vulgaris 'Sensation' in bloom by the Tree Peony grove. Lilacs are among the best-known spring-flowering shrubs. For reliable bloom and sweet fragrance, generally before Memorial Day, these sturdy shrubs are in a class by themselves. Most Lilacs prefer full sun and neutral-to-slightly-alkaline soil. For more information on the growing and care of Lilacs, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3-7S/8W Blooms In:May Spacing:8-10' Height:8-10' Ships as:ONE GALLON POT read more

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$24.95

A colorful showstopper, this compact Blueberry is stunning, with new spring growth in shades of peach, pink, orange, and emerald. ...Its white, bell-shaped flowers in spring give way to an abundant summer crop of healthy, sweet fruit, followed by deep purple foliage in the fall. These versatile plants are equally attractive as a shorter hedge or in a decorative container on the patio. Although plants are self-pollinating, they tend to produce better harvests when grown with a different Blueberry variety to help with cross-pollination. 'F06-043' PP 23,325Formerly known as BrazelBerries, Bushel and Berry self-pollinating varieties fare as well in containers as in the ground. The berries are anything but dwarf, and once the plants are established, they will fruit reliably for years. Growing Bushel and Berry in containers: Bushel and Berry bushes are dwarf plants that produce full-size fruit. They will produce some fruit in the first couple of years, but really hit their stride in the third year and beyond. Upon arrival, replant in a 12-16" container using a peat-based potting soil mix with pine bark. Place the container outdoors in full sun for the growing season. As your plant matures, you will likely need to put it in a 20-24" diameter container. Your plant will start producing more fruit in the second year. Fertilizing. Bushel and Berry Blueberries thrive in acid soil (pH of 4.5-5.5). Fertilize your plants with a slow-release fertilizer designed for acid-loving plants in spring and again in midsummer. Pruning. In spring, prune out any dead branches. After harvest, prune out fruit-bearingbranches, leaving new branches to fruit the following season. Wintering over. In colder climates (Zone 5), you can overwinter plants in their containers by storing them in a sheltered, unheated area such as a garage or shed once the leaves drop in fall. Be certain the soil is moist when the plant is brought under cover, and water very sparingly during the winter. Once every 6 weeks is generally sufficient. The intent is for the plant to go as dormant as possible. In spring, bring them outside when temperatures remain above 25° and place in full sun. In warmer climates where freeze-thaw cycles occur, store plants on a protected porch. Where freezing is not a concern, plants can remain outdoors in containers and enjoyed year round. Growing Bushel and Berry Blueberries in the ground:Choose a planting location in full sun (at least 6 hours of direct sun each day) with soil that is moisture-retentive yet well drained. Because Blueberries grow best in soil that has an acid pH and is rich in humus, you should replace about half of the soil dug from the planting hole with at least as much peat moss. Mix the peat moss thoroughly into the remaining soil, and then dig a hole that will generously accommodate the plant's root ball. Gently remove the plant from its pot and place into the hole so that the top of the root ball is level with the surrounding soil. Then push soil back into the hole around the plant and press firmly with your hands to eliminate air pockets and establish good soil contact. A gentle but thorough watering will further settle the soil around the plant.Blueberries require about 1″ of rain or irrigation per week. Surrounding your plants with a 4–5′ circle of mulch helps keep the soil moist and prevents the growth of weeds. Apply a 2–4″ layer of wood chips, shredded bark, or other organic material. The year after planting (and every year thereafter) apply a fertilizer designed for acid-loving plants at flowering time in spring and again about 4 weeks later.Hardiness Zone:5-10S/W Blooms In:May Spacing:2' Height:18-24" Ships as:ONE GALLON POT read more

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$8.95

Pristine white blossoms arranged on tall stems sparkle above clean, glossy, dark green foliage, adding texture and commanding pres...ence to borders, containers, and flower arrangements. These sturdy, well-branched plants thrive despite heat and drought, and bloom generously from late spring until frost with little deadheading. A dependable, low-maintenance annual. 'Balarcwite' PP 23,543 Native to Mexico, Angelonia angustifolia is a charming sub-shrub (meaning it gets bushy and full, but seldom reaches much above 2′). Also known as Summer Snapdragon, it offers a long-running display of gracefully lipped flowers on sturdy stems. Likes heat and well-drained soil. Perennial in Zones 9–10. For more information on the growing and care of Angelonia, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:1-13S/W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:10-12" Height:12-14" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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$17.50

Spring sunshine featuring a mix of golden, cream, and light yellow varieties from both chrysanthus and vernus Crocus groups. They ...are terrific for bedding, rock gardens, shrub borders, and naturalizing in grass. 25 bulbs cover about 2½ sq ft. Not labeled. For information on the growing and care of Crocus, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4-8S/W Blooms In:April March Spacing:3" Height:2-6" Ships as:BULB read more

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$15.50

Single, daisy-shaped flowers in blues that range from sky to amethyst. They show in mid-May here in Northwest Connecticut on 3–6″ ...stems. Superb used as an underplanting for midseason Tulips. The daisylike flowers of Anemone blanda belong in every garden because they are inexpensive and easy to grow and are the perfect foil for late Daffodils and all the May-blooming Tulips. Their diminutive stature also makes them ideal for carpeting shrub borders and naturalizing in the lawn. All these delightful bulbs need are well-drained soil and plenty of sunshine before the trees leaf out. For best effect, plant with a lavish hand. For more information on growing Anemone, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5-8S/9W Blooms In:April May Spacing:3-4" Height:3-4" Ships as:BULB read more

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$35.95

Imagine the barren winter landscape suddenly alive with the lightly fragrant, reddish purple blossoms of this remarkable Witch Haz...el. The shrub puts on a second show in autumn, its foliage turning a fiery red and orange.The best antidote to winter is a planting of Witch Hazels. This genus of 5 species of upright, spreading shrubs or small trees provides the first big display of color, beginning in late February or early March and continuing for 6 weeks or more depending on the season (the flower petals sensibly curl up if the temperatures plummet). For an even earlier display, cut some branches in January and force them into bloom indoors. Plants thrive in average, well-drained soil.For more information on growing Hamamelis, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5-8S/W Blooms In:March Spacing:8-10' Height:8-10' Ships as:BAREROOT 20-24" read more

White Flower Farm
$26.95

An addition to the Knockout line of carefree Roses, Blushing Knockout is as gratifying and foolproof as its fellows. Individually,... the blossoms are modest, 3½″ rounds of light pink petals, but they are borne in such profusion from early summer through early fall that the impact is just what the name claims. As flowers mature, the color fades to shell pink, adding depth to the display. Use Blushing Knockout as an everblooming addition to a mixed border with perennials such as violet-blue Nepetas and Perovskia, fragrant Oriental Lilies, and low-growing Scabiosa. Own-root. ‘Radyod’ PP 14,700 Equally attractive from the gardener's perspective is this shrub Rose's self-reliant nature: it combines an exceptional resistance to blackspot and mildew (even in humid climates) with outstanding winter hardiness, and because the petals fall from the flowers as they fade, this Rose never needs deadheading. If, like many of us, you have banned Roses from your garden as troublesome plants, this is the shrub to make you reconsider. Tip: We use {item_link sku="58793" text="Organic Gem"} as a foliar feed on Rose bushes in our trial garden and find plants are healthier and perform better throughout the season.Hardiness Zone:5-9S/W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:4' Height:3-4' Ships as:ONE GALLON POT read more

White Flower Farm
$8.50

Clusters of long, tubular flowers, bright salmon-orange with pink-orange interiors, dangle from the tips of arching branches that ...are colorfully arrayed in green-and-cream variegated leaves with glowing rosy veins and undersides. Heat tolerant, upright, and shrubby. The British name, 'John Ridding,' honors its breeder, a leading Fuchsia specialist.Fuchsia is a genus of about 50 species, which include both shrubs and small trees native to Central and South America. Most are tropicals that cannot survive freezing temperatures. They are greatly valued as ornamentals because they bloom heavily and constantly throughout the summer months in partial shade. They make ideal seasonal landscape plants in mild climates and a superb choice for pots, planters, and hanging baskets in colder areas.For information on Fuchsia care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:1-13S/W Blooms In:August July June October September Spacing:24" Height:24-30" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$29.95

Reddish violet blossoms create a dramatic color show and bring rich fragrance to the early spring garden. The large panicles, up t...o 9″ long, are dazzling, and they’re marvelous for cutting. Bred by the great French plantsman Victor Lemoine.Lilacs are among the best-known classic spring-flowering shrubs. For reliable bloom and sweet fragrance, generally before Memorial Day, these sturdy shrubs are in a class by themselves. Most Lilacs prefer full sun and neutral to slightly alkaline soil.For more information on growing and care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3-7S/W Blooms In:May Spacing:7-10' Height:10-12' Ships as:BAREROOT 12-18" read more

White Flower Farm
$13.25

A clear, light blue shade that is simply beautiful with other spring flowers. We also love it set off against the foliage of Helle...bores, dwarf blue-green evergreens, or Bergenia. Muscari, commonly known as Grape Hyacinth, are high on the list of accommodating, simple-to-grow, durable bulbs. Inexpensive and fast to spread, they're a perfect choice to create a carpet of soft blue beneath yellow or white Daffodils or early pink Tulips. Because Muscari are so often grown en masse and their flowers are small, it's easy to miss how beautiful and intricate they are. Not even the cleverest jeweler in Faberge's workshop could create such delicate clusters of luminous blue or violet beads. Muscari thrive in full sun or deciduous shade, tolerate practically any soil, and seem to live forever. They are ideal as companions for taller bulbs or flowering shrubs, and look marvelous set out in loose sweeps all by themselves. Easy to force. In the fall, we sometimes receive calls from customers who have noticed that their Grape Hyacinths are sending up leaves. This growth is normal and is actually convenient for the gardener, since it marks the place to scatter a bit of bulb fertilizer. For more information on the growing and care of Muscari, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4-8S/9W Blooms In:April May Spacing:3" Height:4" Ships as:BULB read more

White Flower Farm
$22.95

One of the best-performing Blueberries for gardens around the country, 'Bluecrop' is a midseason producer of large, bright blue fr...uits. Its berries are particularly delectable right off the bush, having a classically sweet flavor. Excellent fruit production, adaptability, and disease resistance. Bareroot, 3-year-old plants. Highbush Blueberries are ideal native shrubs to include in the landscape. Plants are hardy and long-lived, asking only for a sunny spot with highly organic, acid soil (pH of 4.5 is ideal, so dig in some peat moss when planting, if you're in doubt) and mulch to retain moisture.Hardiness Zone:4-7S/8W Blooms In:May Spacing:4-5' Height:5-6' Ships as:BAREROOT 20-24" read more

White Flower Farm
$28.95

Well-rounded, 3–4″ double blossoms in tones of apricot, orange, and yellow open to release their delicious perfume. Older flowers ...turn salmon pink, enhancing the season-long color show from this prolific Grandiflora. Vigorous plants with excellent disease resistance. Own-root. 'BAInce' PP 19,969 Roses offer colors, perfumes, forms, and habits to suit every garden situation. The tenacious efforts of breeders have yielded Roses with the best attributes of different varieties in new forms. Hybrid Teas, lovely as ever, now combine long bloom periods with the vigor to shrug off pests. Shrub Roses bloom for months, rather than weeks, in addition to their ever-appealing hardiness and longevity. A new group is so exceptionally long-blooming and carefree that they are simply called 'Landscape Roses.' In short, these are not your grandmother's, or even your mother's, finicky Roses. Simply choose according to your circumstances. Roses require six or more hours of direct sun per day and a fertile, reasonably moist soil. For more information on Rose care, click on Growing Guide. Tip: We use {item_link sku="58793" text="Organic Gem"} as a foliar feed on Rose bushes in our trial garden and find plants are healthier and perform better throughout the season.Hardiness Zone:5-9S/10W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:3' Height:2-4' Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$49.00

This versatile planter is made from a durable, weather-resistant mixture of fiber and concrete. Significantly lighter in weight th...an clay or regular concrete, it's ideal for annuals, vegetables, and small shrubs. Perfect for decorating porches, patios, and balconies.Measures 12″ wide x 12″ tallHolds approximately 24 quarts of soil (around .75 cubic foot)Planter uses about ¾ of a bag of our Fafard Container Mix. {item_link sku="55032" text="Click here"} to order.Hardiness Zone:1-13S/W Ships as:HARDGOOD DOES NOT APPLY read more

White Flower Farm
$33.95

An elegant, pure white Rose with classically formed, large blooms on long stems. What sets this Hybrid Tea apart from other white ...Roses is its powerful perfume, a blend of sweet citrus and old-fashioned Rose. Vigorous, bushy, disease resistant plants. Grafted. 'WEKmemolo' PP 23,475Roses offer colors, perfumes, forms, and habits to suit every garden situation. The tenacious efforts of breeders have yielded Roses with the best attributes of different varieties in new forms. Hybrid Teas, lovely as ever, now combine long bloom periods with the vigor to shrug off pests. Shrub Roses bloom for months, rather than weeks, in addition to their ever-appealing hardiness and longevity. A new group is so exceptionally long-blooming and carefree that they are simply called 'Landscape Roses.' In short, these are not your grandmothers, or even your mothers, finicky Roses. Simply choose according to your circumstances. Roses require six or more hours of direct sun per day and a fertile, reasonably moist soil. For more information on Rose care, click on Growing Guide.Tip: We use {item_link sku="58793" text="Organic Gem"} as a foliar feed on Rose bushes in our trial garden and find plants are healthier and perform better throughout the season.Hardiness Zone:5-9S/10W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:3-4' Height:3-4' Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$34.95

Named for Gertrude Jekyll's garden, this splendid David Austin Rose is light crimson in bud, unfolding to display deeper red-purpl...e tones, on vigorous, bushy plants with reddish bronze new growth. The many petalled, old-fashioned flowers are cup-shaped with a strong Old Rose fragrance. Repeat flowering and disease resistant. An American Garden Rose Selections winner. Grafted. 'AUSbernard' PP 19,876British rosarian David Austin has bred his exceptional varieties to combine the flower forms and fragrances of Old Roses with the repeat-blooming trait of modern strains. Garden worthy in every respect, they contribute mightily to perennial beds and shrub borders. They also make excellent cut flowers.For information on growing Roses, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5-9S/10W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:30" Height:3' Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$6.50

What happens when you combine meaty beefsteak Tomatoes on a compact plant with early and prodigious yields? It's a "must-have" in ...our books, especially if you like to grow in containers or share our northern growing season. Dress up your patio or small garden space with this determinate hybrid and feast on the 8–12 oz, flavorful fruit. Clustered red fruits grow on bushy plants and mature about 62 days from transplant.Our stocky seedlings are grown and shipped in 1 pint pots, so the plants you receive have strong, well-developed root systems.For more information on growing Tomatoes, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:1-13S/W Height:3-5' Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$45.00

Create a low hedge, or edge a border with this glorious, long-blooming combination. Rose Peachy Keen produces clusters of semidoub...le 2–3″ blooms that open shell pink and lighten as the season progresses. Enhancing the display are the deep lavender-blue blossoms of compact Clematis Sapphire Indigo, which creates a stunning fusion of color and form along- side the Roses. We offer 1 each of the Clematis and Rose, 2 plants total. Rose Peachy Keen ('Radgor' PP 25,628) is own-root. Tip: We use {item_link sku="58793" text="Organic Gem"} as a foliar feed on Rose bushes in our trial garden and find plants are healthier and perform better throughout the season.Hardiness Zone:5-9S/W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing: Height:36-40" Ships as:VARIABLE COLLECTION read more

White Flower Farm
$26.95

This tough, tidy Shrub Rose blooms abundantly from June until the first real frost. Its clusters of small, single flowers change s...ubtly from cherry to bright red as the mercury dips, while the leaves change from green to purplish green. Disease and drought resistant, it has delicately scented blooms that measure up to 3″ across. Winner of the coveted All-America Rose Selections award. Own-root. 'Radrazz' PP 11,836 The virtues of rugged and heavy blooming Shrub Roses are so pronounced they have been given the name "Landscape Roses." What is meant, of course, is that each is of such indomitable character it will thrive virtually unattended. Use multiples of the same variety to create superb hedges, ground covers, or foundation plantings, or give individual plants the prominent place they deserve in a mixed border. Provide 6 hours or more of direct sun per day and a fertile, reasonably moist soil. Tip: We use {item_link sku="58793" text="Organic Gem"} as a foliar feed on Rose bushes in our trial garden and find plants are healthier and perform better throughout the season.Hardiness Zone:5-9S/W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:4' Height:3-4' Ships as:ONE GALLON POT read more

White Flower Farm
$19.50

As you might guess, 'The Giant' is one of the tallest and most free-flowering of the Colchicums. The pinkish lavender flowers are ...white at the base. Heirloom, pre-1926. It's hard to imagine fall without the magical appearance of Colchicums. Their bright, vase-shaped blooms rise without warning and glisten in the sharp light of autumn. In spring, a clump of broad, deer-proof leaves emerges, stays awhile, and vanishes by midsummer. We plant the bulbs in front of shrubs, among vigorous perennials, and at the grassy foot of a fence. Colchicums prefer well-drained soil that doesn't dry out in summer and they need shade where summers are hot. For more information on growing Colchicum, click Growing Guide.  Hardiness Zone:5-8S/9W Blooms In:October September Spacing:10-12" Height:10-12" Ships as:BULB read more

White Flower Farm
$79.00

This exceptionally vigorous Tree Peony, sometimes called the Age of Saint, produces lots of 6–8″, semidouble blooms in May and Jun...e. They're a blend of soft pink with darker tones.The Tree Peony is one of the most glorious shrubs available to American gardeners. Its huge, silky flowers are similar to those of herbaceous Peonies, but the range of color runs from pure white through pinks and reds into lavender and yellow. Mature plants reach 4–5′ and carry up to 50 of these exquisite blooms.Tree Peonies grow best in full sun or partial shade (required in the South and warm areas of western Zone 9) and evenly moist but well-drained soil with a pH close to neutral. They take a year or two to show what they can do but are more than worth the wait. Hardy, disease- and (best of all) deer-resistant. For more information on Tree Peony care, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4-7S/9W Blooms In:June May Spacing:4-5' Height:4-5' Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$24.95

Soft pink flowers (with absolutely no magenta) appear in great profusion in late April or early May, preceding the leaves and form...ing a cloud of unimaginable beauty. The small delicate leaves turn lovely shades of gold or burnt orange in the fall. The plant's compact habit (4–6′, and taller than wide) recommends it for a wide range of uses (it's next to our office door). This deciduous variety originated at Cornell University, so it's very hardy. Rhododendron is a genus of evergreen and deciduous shrubs, which includes Azaleas. These lovely shrubs look terrific in a mixed border or in foundation plantings. All thrive in full sun or partial shade (required in the South) and evenly moist, acid soil. For more information on growing Rhododendron, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4-7S/8W Blooms In:April May Spacing:4' Height:4-6' Ships as:ONE GALLON POT read more

White Flower Farm
$10.95

This pollinator favorite boasts masses of large tubular flowers that are a luminous shade of vibrant pink. It makes a vigorous and... attractive ground cover, and is especially lovely with Ferns, Hostas, or spring bulbs. Also known as 'Binsumdaz.' PP 19,609A genus of about a dozen species that are useful for both sunny and shady parts of a perennial border, as well as a ground cover under trees and shrubs. (In the South, they require shade and consistently moist soil.) For information on growing and care, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4-9S/W Blooms In:August July June Spacing:12-18" Height:12-18" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$19.95

Large clusters of lipstick-red blooms smother this mounding Rose from early summer through fall, creating drifts of bold color. Br...ed in Minnesota, it's a very hardy, continuous bloomer that requires no deadheading or winter protection, and shows exceptional disease resistance. A Proven Winners variety. Own-root. 'ZLEMatinCipar' PP 20,471 Roses offer colors, perfumes, forms, and habits to suit every garden situation. The tenacious efforts of breeders have yielded Roses with the best attributes of different varieties in new forms. Hybrid Teas, lovely as ever, now combine long bloom periods with the vigor to shrug off pests. Shrub Roses bloom for months, rather than weeks, in addition to their ever-appealing hardiness and longevity. A new group is so exceptionally long-blooming and carefree that they are simply called "Landscape Roses." In short, these are not your grandmother’s, or even your mother’s, finicky Roses. Simply choose according to your circumstances. Roses require 6 or more hours of direct sun per day and a fertile, reasonably moist soil. For more information on Rose care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4-9S/W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:3-4' Height:3-4' Ships as:TWO QUART POT read more

White Flower Farm
$23.95

Despite its compact size, this vigorous variety produces large, beautifully formed flower spikes. The sweet pink blossoms will att...ract winged visitors over a long season. PPAF There are some 70 species of shrubs and small trees in the genus Buddleia, the best being Asian natives. The most popular are varieties of B. davidii and its hybrids with long stems ending in panicles of flowers that are ambrosia to butterflies. In cold-winter climates such as ours, plants are often killed almost to the ground. We prune back to live wood in spring and always have a spectacular show starting in midsummer. Best in full sun and moist but well-drained soil. For more information on growing Buddleai, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5-9S/10W Blooms In:August July September Spacing:4' Height:4' Ships as:ONE GALLON POT read more

White Flower Farm
$13.25

Winter Aconite tosses out its lovely yellow flowers on short stems two full weeks before Crocus, giving the spring season a bright... and cheery start. The blossoms are an early nectar source, and much appreciated by bees and other pollinators. This Buttercup relative flourishes in partial shade to shade, provided the soil is humus-rich and has a pH close to neutral. Eranthis is typically slow to become established, but once it has settled in, seeds itself very freely. For carpeting in a shrub border, along with Crocus, Scilla, and Chionodoxa, it gives a gorgeous and enduring display. Please note: our bulbs are nursery propagated, not collected from the wild. For more information on the planting and care of Eranthis, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5-8S/9W Blooms In:April March Spacing:3" Height:3-4" Ships as:BULB read more

White Flower Farm
$84.50

Classic Boxwood comes indoors for the holiday, dressing up the house and adding rich evergreen color to decorating schemes. Handso...me and beautifully textured, our wreath is the perfect complement to traditional or contemporary décor.Measures approximately 20″ in diameterDesigned for use indoorsHardiness Zone:1-13S/W Ships as:NOT APPLICABLE read more

White Flower Farm
$34.95

One of the most widely grown of the David Austin Roses, with loose dusty rose-pink petals of old-fashioned form cupped around a bo...ss of golden stamens. Plants bloom early and continue until frost. An "all-purpose" Rose with superb fragrance, equally beautiful in a garden as in a vase. Grafted. 'AUSmary' Roses generally require 6 or more hours of direct sun a day, fertile soil, and deep watering during dry spells.  Tip: We use {item_link sku="58793" text="Organic Gem"} as a foliar feed on Rose bushes in our trial garden and find plants are healthier and perform better throughout the season.Hardiness Zone:5-9S/W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:4' Height:4-5' Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$46.95

This showstopper explodes with colorful blooms held on sturdy, reddish purple stems. Blossoms mature to shades of purple or rosy r...ed (depending on soil pH) extending the display into fall, followed by rich, burgundy-red foliage. Flowering occurs on both old wood and new growth on this variety, assuring flowers even after a severe winter. Offered in a 2 gal pot to give you a head start on a fuller looking garden or hedge. 'P11HM-11' PPAF For gardeners in Zone 5, we advise planting H. macrophyllas in a sheltered location and giving them a winter mulch. This will provide protection from winds and cold temperatures that can damage flower buds. For more information on growing and care, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4-9S/W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:3-4' Height:2-4' Ships as:TWO GALLON POT read more

White Flower Farm
$26.95

Part of the family of Bushel and Berry compact berry bushes, this attention-getter provides a fascinating foliage show along with ...a harvest of full-size Blueberries. New leaves emerge in spring in striking shades of pink with blue and green accents that continue right through summer. In fall, the foliage turns to shades of lavender. We've been impressed by the number of flowers on young plants at the nursery. The result is a large harvest of delectable, plump sweet berries that ripen in midseason. The compact, round shape of this shrub makes it especially appropriate for growing in containers and along the edges of sunny borders in the landscape. Although plants are self-pollinating, they tend to produce better harvests when grown with a different Blueberry variety to help with cross-pollination. 'ZF06-079' PP 23,336 Formerly known as BrazelBerries, Bushel and Berry self-pollinating varieties fare as well in containers as in the ground. The berries are anything but dwarf, and once the plants are established, they will fruit reliably for years. Growing Bushel and Berry in containers: Bushel and Berry bushes are dwarf plants that produce full-size fruit. They will produce some fruit in the first couple of years, but really hit their stride in the third year and beyond. Upon arrival, replant in a 12-16" container using a peat-based potting soil mix with pine bark. Place the container outdoors in full sun for the growing season. As your plant matures, you will likely need to put it in a 20-24" diameter container. Your plant will start producing more fruit in the second year. Fertilizing. Bushel and Berry Blueberries thrive in acid soil (pH of 4.5-5.5). Fertilize your plants with a slow-release fertilizer designed for acid-loving plants in spring and again in midsummer. Pruning. In spring, prune out any dead branches. After harvest, prune out fruit-bearingbranches, leaving new branches to fruit the following season. Wintering over. In colder climates (Zone 5), you can overwinter plants in their containers by storing them in a sheltered, unheated area such as a garage or shed once the leaves drop in fall. Be certain the soil is moist when the plant is brought under cover, and water very sparingly during the winter. Once every 6 weeks is generally sufficient. The intent is for the plant to go as dormant as possible. In spring, bring them outside when temperatures remain above 25° and place in full sun. In warmer climates where freeze-thaw cycles occur, store plants on a protected porch. Where freezing is not a concern, plants can remain outdoors in containers and enjoyed year round. Growing Bushel and Berry Blueberries in the ground: Choose a planting location in full sun (at least 6 hours of direct sun each day) with soil that is moisture-retentive yet well drained. Because Blueberries grow best in soil that has an acid pH and is rich in humus, you should replace about half of the soil dug from the planting hole with at least as much peat moss. Mix the peat moss thoroughly into the remaining soil, and then dig a hole that will generously accommodate the plant's root ball. Gently remove the plant from its pot and place into the hole so that the top of the root ball is level with the surrounding soil. Then push soil back into the hole around the plant and press firmly with your hands to eliminate air pockets and establish good soil contact. A gentle but thorough watering will further settle the soil around the plant. Blueberries require about 1″ of rain or irrigation per week. Surrounding your plants with a 4–5′ circle of mulch helps keep the soil moist and prevents the growth of weeds. Apply a 2–4″ layer of wood chips, shredded bark, or other organic material. The year after planting (and every year thereafter) apply a fertilizer designed for acid-loving plants at flowering time in spring and again about 4 weeks later.Hardiness Zone:5-10S/W Blooms In:May Spacing:3' Height:3-4' Ships as:ONE GALLON POT read more

White Flower Farm
$22.95

'Blueray' is a midseason producer of medium-size, firm, bright blue fruits. Its berries are particularly delectable right off the ...bush, having a nice balance of sweet and tart. Highbush Blueberries are ideal native shrubs to include in the landscape. Plants are hardy and long-lived, asking only for a sunny spot with highly organic, acid soil (pH of 5.5 is ideal, so dig in some peat moss when planting, if you're in doubt) and mulch to retain moisture. For more information on growing Blueberries, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4-7S/8W Blooms In:May Spacing:4-5' Height:4-6' Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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