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As exquisitely formed and richly scented as a gardenia, the soft white, fully double blooms of White Rose last and last on this co...mpact, very cold-hardy little tree. A seedling selection of Ballerina that outdoes its parent in nearly every way, White Rose is ideal for todays smaller gardens, making a big impact without occupying a lot of space. The blooms arise in early spring, ahead of many Magnolias, and remain fresh and ultra-fragrant for weeks. The petals dont drop until long after the bloom has faded, so you can watch the color progression and enjoy every minute of these spectacular flowers. Held upright like giant candles on their stems, the blooms are awe-inspiring. Even after the flowers pass, White Rose is a pleasant presence in the garden. At maturity this tree is just 12 feet high and 8 to 10 feet wide, and it thrives in full sun in cool and temperate climates, partial shade farther south and west. (It makes a fine understory planting.) Give it a place of honor and enjoy the large, handsome foliage and plump, full shape of this tree. White Rose has much better tolerance of winds, cold weather, and poor soils than many other Magnolias. Once established, it is adaptable and easy. You will enjoy a legacy of early spring beauty for decades with this fine specimen! Zones 4-8. read more

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Sometimes known as the D.L.C. Hybrids after their breeder David Culp, the Brandywine? Strain of Hellebores represents the best of ...decades of European breeding, boasting unusual colors and combinations coupled with impeccable flower form. In this strain you will find single, anemone, and double blooms; a full range of solid, bicolored, freckled, and even picoteed forms; and colors from the traditional deep reds, pale greens, and ivories to very hard-to-find yellows, pinks, and apricots. (Each plant only displays ONE bloom color.) If its time to add some variety to the Hellebore display, you need the Brandywine? Strain. Breeder David Culp collected the original plants for this strain from the premier Hellebore gardens and collections of Europe, then spent 15 years hand-crossing them to select only the finest in color and flower form for the Brandywine? Strain. Rare species, award-winning plants, and a diversity of flower forms all contributed heavily to this strain, and the results show in every plant. Brandywine? Hellebores are about 12 to 18 inches tall and a foot wide. Like all Hellebores, they are wonderfully resistant to heat, humidity, drought, and cold. Rabbits and deer leave them alone (the plants are poisonous), making them ideal as ground cover, mass planting in woodland and other open areas, and in the border. Evergreen and very adaptable, they flower in late winter and early spring, the blooms drying on the plant and becoming papery over their several-months duration. Introduce the Brandywine? Strain into your shade garden this season and capture fine European breeding in its most refined form. Zones 4-9. read more

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Plant Patent #16,198. Cultivar name: PROse. This delightful Floribunda has the beauty and fragrance of an Old Rose with the modern... vigor, disease resistance, and bloom strength of a modern hybrid. Burgundy Iceberg? is prepared to flower all summer long, filling garden and vase with a strong honey-like scent and adding rich, dark, highly unusual color to the Rose display. Each of these blooms is fully double-flowered, with 20 to 25 petals that sport a deep pink reverse (exterior) to complement their dark burgundy interior. The coloration is purple to red-burgundy depending on the climate, with darker coloring in cooler temperatures. Measuring 3 to 4 1/2 inches wide, they arise in large clusters from late spring until the cool fall weather sets in. Very tolerant of heat and humidity, they are a superb choice for the south and southwest, but also content in shorter and cooler summer climates. Burgundy Iceberg? has won numerous awards in its native Australia, and we believe it will be a success here as well. This color is simply unavailable in most other Roses, and the rich fragrance and floriferousness make this shrub very valuable. Best of all, it has disease-resistant foliage, so you can plant it right into the crowded border (or in containers) without worrying about mildew and blackspot. If you have never grown a Rose before, Burgundy Iceberg? is a splendid way to begin. If youre a seasoned Rosarian, you can count on this cultivar to be one of the highest-performing and most trouble-free varieties in your garden! Zones 5-9. read more

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This outstanding classic (introduced in 1930) is the standard by which all repeat-flowering climbers are judged! If you have stron...g vertical or horizontal support for this magnificent rose, add it to your garden at once! New Dawn is a free-flowering, easy-to-grow standout rose. Its blooms are fragrant, its glossy, dark green foliage lush and surprisingly disease resistant, and its season of bloom very long. Each fully double bloom measures 3 to 4 inches wide, sporting tones of pearlescent blush. The scent is powerfully sweet, making New Dawn a great choice for the vase as well as the garden. And the blooms arise in big clusters, so a single snip makes a bouquet. Climbing 18 to 20 feet high and 7 to 10 feet wide, New Dawn flowers reliably all summer long and into autumn in many climates. Its hardy, very vigorous, and tolerant of some shade. A classic for more than 75 years, it is a superb choice for a wide variety of areas, from pillars, arbors, and trellises to inclusion in the cut garden. This climbing rose can be grown in the ground or in a container, but container growth will require winter protection. It can be pruned after flowering is finished to maintain a smaller habit. Zones 5-9. read more

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Perhaps the finest Hybrid Tea ever introduced, Peace has a history as fascinating as its appearance! In 1935, Meilland discovered ...seedling #3-35-50 and managed to send it to the U.S. on the last plane to leave France for America before war broke out. It was named the day Berlin fell to the Allies. The day peace was signed with Japan, it won AARS honors and members of the newly formed United Nations were presented with its blooms. Each petal on the heavy, substantive 5- to 6-inch double blooms is a soft yellow edged with pink that deepens and spreads with maturity. From attractive ovoid buds, the petals unfold slowly around a high-pointed center. They are borne on heavy, strong, straight stems between 18 and 24 inches long, making them fantastic for vases. Flower production is unbelievably lavish, and the blooms last a remarkably long time, both on the plant and when cut. The plant reaches 4 to 6 feet tall and 3 feet wide, covering itself in healthy, glossy, dark green leaves. Truly the one Rose to plant! It should be pruned in the spring, with the removal of old canes and dead wood. Cut back canes that cross each other. Gardeners in warmer climates will want to cut the remaining canes by one-third, while those in colder climates will probably need to trim it a bit more. read more

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You will smell these luscious roses before you see them, for their licorice-like scent is pervasive and intoxicating. Large, petal...-packed, and very abundant, they cover this vigorous climber all summer long, appearing in small clusters and repeating in flushes until the cool fall weather arrives. A fragrant yellow rose is rare enough, but such fragrance -- the heady scent of anise -- is even more highly prized. Scent from Above? is a British introduction, sporting 4½-inch blooms that open from lovely pointed, ovoid buds, flaunting up to 40 petals and the classic hybrid tea form. Cut all you like for the vase -- they open on 12- to 18-inch stems. Or let them remain on the vine, perfuming the sunny garden beautifully. Reaching a mature size of 8 to 10 feet high and 2 to 3 feet wide and covering itself with glossy, dark green, disease-resistant foliage, this gorgeous climber is a rare pleasure. Place one on each side of an arbor, allow one to drape itself over a favorite trellis, or dress up a well, fence, or any other structure with its fantastic color and perfume! Plant in full sun in moist, well-drained soil. Var: CHEWgoldtop (PP#17,126). Zones 5-9. read more

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A new color for the magnificent Clementine series! These big, double-flowered, blooms hold their heads up high over a long mid-spr...ing through midsummer season. They open a dark, rich shade of salmon, then gradually mature to a softer lavender-purple. A fully-blooming plant contains half a dozen or more differing hues, for a lovely display over a long season. The Clementine series is the most floriferous Columbine we have ever grown, and it deserves a place of honor (and a large planting!) in your partly shaded garden this season. Self-sowing freely, this plant is unpalatable to rabbits and deer, and asks only for an autumn shearing to return bushier and more bloom-happy than before. A magnet for butterflies and hummingbirds, it is a cutflower lovers dream. Clementine Salmon Rose is one of those hybrids that, when introduced, puts all previous varieties to shame with its improved habit, abundant flowering, bright colors, and ease of care. Enjoy! Zones 3-9. read more

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This elegant rose is the showpiece of the Vatican private garden and will gladly grace yours as well! Among the finest white roses... ever, it produces pure, luminous white, lavishly petaled 5-inch blossoms with a delightful fresh citrus fragrance. This exceptional hybrid tea has received top ratings for its powerful scent, vigorous growth, superior disease resistance, and perfect bloom form. These sparkling blooms unfurl from delightful pointed, ovoid buds, revealing up to 30 clean white petals. They arise in flushes throughout their early summer to late summer season, standing out brilliantly against the background of glossy, dark green, very disease-resistant foliage. The plants themselves reach a mature height of 4½ to 5 feet and a width of 3½ to 4 feet, so theyre ideal for a number of situations: beds, borders, cut gardens, even large patio containers. Plant in well-drained soil in full sun and water regularly, preferably in the morning. A layer of mulch during the summer months helps to retain moisture, keep roots cool, and discourage the growth of weeds. Prune hybrid tea roses to half height or 18-20 inches above the ground in early spring. Remove old canes and dead wood. Cut back canes that cross each other. Gardeners in warmer climates will want to cut the remaining canes by one-third, while those in colder climates will probably need to trim it a bit more. read more

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Reminiscent of an ocean coral, the soft tropical colors of this gorgeous Floribunda are as enchanting as its rich peachy fragrance.... Each creamy-orange, ovoid bud opens to a full, 2½- to 3-inch bloom of peach-pink petals, which weave around each other, vying for the suns gentle touch. Even when not in bloom, Caribbean Breeze is a joy to have in the garden, as its lovely glossy, dark green foliage and compact habit make it a standout anywhere its placed. Reaching a very versatile mature size of just 2½ to 3 feet high 2 feet wide, its ideal for everything from beds and borders to low hedges and patio containers. And yes, this is one little gem youll want prominently displayed in your cut garden! Plant this floribunda in well-drained soil in full sun to light shade. Spring pruning is recommended. Old and dead wood should be removed and canes that cross need to be cut back. Gardeners in warmer climates should cut back the remaining canes by about one-third, while those in colder areas will probably want to prune a little more than that. It can be grown in the ground or in a container (containers will require winter protection). Zones 5-10. read more

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Ah, what a romantic devil Don Juan is! Huge, fragrant red blooms dangle from vigorous canes, banked by glossy dark green foliage. ...Quickly reaching 10 to 12 feet tall and 5 feet wide, this is the climbing rose you want draped over the patio wall, twining up the arbor, or festooning a large trellis. No wonder its considered the standard red climber, by which all others are judged (and found wanting!). If you saw these 3- to 4-inch blooms without the plant, youd probably assume they were exhibition-quality hybrid teas. Packed with 30 to 35 petals and boasting a true red hue that wont fade, they are superb cutflowers. And the sight of a fully-blooming vine is astonishing -- no tiny, short-lived blossoms here! Don Juan blooms in summer, achieving the best color in areas where the nights are warm. If you live in a high-humidity climate, this is the climber you must have! But its a fine northern performer too, hardy all the way through zone 5. Plant Don Juan in full sun and well-drained soil. The offspring of New Dawn x New Yorker, it is a dependable and vigorous performer no matter where you live. If planting more than one for solid coverage, space 8 feet apart. Zones 5-10. read more

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Introduced in 1868, Zephirine Drouhin is a romantic, fantastically fragrant, old-fashioned Rose that is still one of the most popu...lar Climbing Roses today, especially in Europe. No Modern Rose has been able to exceed it for sheer performance and season-long bloom. Peaking in spring and fall, the loose, semi-double blossoms of vivid cerise-carmine provide outstanding mass effect. Each bloom is about 4 inches across, opening from a long, pointed bud and made up of 20 to 30 richly colored petals that are infused with a strong damask scent. The plant grows vigorously to 15 to 20 feet high and 4 to 5 feet wide and, remarkable for any Rose, performs well in shade! Its an excellent choice for north-facing walls and areas with little sunlight. The rich, dark green foliage (coppery-purple when young) is very mildew-resistant, and the canes are thornless, making it great for planting where traffic is heavy or children are nearby. This classic, time-tested climbing rose is the perfect choice to train over a trellis or porch, or trim into a formal hedge. Plant in moist, well-drained, loamy soil. Zones 5-9. read more

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This fiery ember-colored climber is a guaranteed garden success, flowering profusely from early summer to late summer! The color s...tays true even in the hottest sun, its tropical orange tones overlaid with vibrant rose and red. It comes by its beauty honestly, descended from Dream Weaver? and Dynamite?. Very disease resistant, heat tolerant, and determined to flower freely all season, this climbing rose is an exotic and exciting addition to the landscape. Allow it to dress up a favorite trellis or arbor, or use its vigorous growth to cover up an unsightly fence or wall. Blaze of Glory reaches a mature size of 12 to 14 feet high and about 5 feet wide, covering itself with glossy, dark green foliage that keeps it attractive even when out of bloom. The 4-inch flowers open from pretty pointed, ovoid buds, displaying about 25 petals each and offering a light musk fragrance that only adds to their appeal. They appear in clusters, arising in flushes throughout their long bloom season. Plant in full sun in moist, well-drained soil. Remove spent flowers to encourage rebloom. Var: JACamite (PP#17,791). Zones 5-9. read more

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Apricot-orange blooms--what a fantastic treasure for your garden! Westerland is a vigorous and versatile rose! Classified as a shr...ub, this rose can also be trained as a climber--what more could a rose lover ask for? It presents small clusters of flowers that reach a diameter of almost 5 inches and perfume the air with a strong clove, rose, spicy fragrance. The soft-colored, double blooms open from attractive ovoid buds, boasting 17 to 25 ruffled petals that are nothing short of breathtaking! Youll love how the various shades of apricot and orange blend into each other across the petals, creating an artistic look that barely seems real. Westerland is a wonderfully versatile rose as well. Growing from 5 to 12 feet high and about 4 feet wide, its great for landscaping or growing in containers (in mild climates) and can even be trained as a climber. And of course, the blooms are wonderful for cutflower arrangements! Hardy and vigorous, its shown excellent disease resistance, so its large, dark green foliage will stay clean and healthy all season long! Plant in moist, well-drained, fertile soil in full sun. Var: KORlawe. Zones 5-10. read more

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Hibiscus syriacus Azurri Satin®, Cultivar Name: DVPazurri, PP#20,563. This seedless Rose of Sharon grows an even larger body with ...even bigger flowers. The rich blue single flowers are as big as dinner plates, and they arise on lush plants 6 feet wide and 8 to 12 feet tall! This thriller is sure to become the focal point of you whole garden. And because this cultivar is sterile, it will not take over your yard (and beyond) like other Hibiscus can. Azurri Satin® is a carefree joy youll want for the hot, sunny summer garden. Few shrubs are more heat- and humidity-tolerant than Hibiscus, which basks in temperatures that make others wilt and brown out! Give this shrub plenty of water and nonstop sunlight and youve got a bloom machine 5 months out of every year! The showy, tropical blooms are a powder blue with a crimson eye that bleeds outward. The stunning, gigantic blooms open from late summer until late fall, attracting attention for months. Even though this variety is seedless, it still produces enough nectar to attract plenty of butterflies! The alluring blooms are all the more impressive because they are borne high in the air on plants with a graceful, narrow habit. Azurri Satin ® is a great choice for a foundation planting, accent in the patio or other garden nook, or hedge. It makes a fine companion to Plum Fantasy, and a nice background planting to Dwarf Russian Sage and other low-growing shrubs, as well as colorful annuals and perennials of all description. No shrub is easier--this is one tough plant, untroubled by pests and disease and able to maintain itself through good weather and poor alike. Space these shrubs about 4 to 5 feet apart for a dense wall of showy color. Zones 5-9. read more

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Ballerina wants to be the last rose blooming in your garden this fall, and it has the flower power to make good on that ambition! ...Blooming from early summer well into autumn, this lovely old hybrid musk rose delights with graceful 2- to 3-inch blooms of pink-edged white, held wide open like old-fashioned tutus. Fragrant, floriferous, and long-blooming, Ballerina is a gardeners treasure. Arising from fat, rounded buds of bright pink, these small cupped, single blooms open in giant clusters (the hydrangea has nothing on Ballerina!), each flower dotted with a round eye. This robust Rose reaches about 5 high and 3 feet wide as a shrub, or can be trained as a climber reaching up to 10 feet high! In either form, a fully-blooming plant is an amazing display of soft color, repaying a closer look with a sweet, delicate scent. And its light green foliage is attractive even when it isnt covered in the charming blooms. Ballerina was introduced in 1937 from an R. multiflora seedling. It remains one of the most attractive, long- and late-blooming roses ever grown. Enjoy! Plant in well-drained, fertile soil in full sun. Zones 5-10. read more

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This dense-growing evergreen shrub is ideal as a stand-alone accent or in a hedge, if several are placed in a row, where they can ...serve as a privacy screen or beautiful sound-absorbing barrier. Its large 4-inch trusses of brilliantly pink flowers make a bold but elegant statement in the late spring garden, attracting butterflies and hummingbirds and mixing well with other bloom and foliage colors. Anna Rose Whitney grows to 5 to 7 feet high and wide and prefers cooler regions, but protection from winter wind is recommended. This eye-catching, deer-resistant Rhodie performs best in acidic soils and is quite at home under the canopies of conifers and around woodland home sites. Needing an area of partial shade, it is great for blending into pre-existing wooden environments. Provide well-drained, organically rich soil, and follow a regular watering schedule during the first growing season to allow it to establish a deep root system. Apply a thick layer of mulch to keep the roots cool, and feed it with an acidic fertilizer after blooming. Prune in spring after flowering. Zones 4-7. read more

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Plant Patent #20,506. Cultivar Name: Green 98-009. The pillar-like shrub of foliage is evergreen in its hardiness zone, and while ...other plants are dropping their leaves in October, it decides to bloom instead! The color, form, and profusion of these wondrous fall blooms are all reminiscent of the Floribunda rose, hence the name. Commonly referred to as dwarf sasanqua, the species C. hiemalis is both smaller and more cold hardy (up to zone 6 or 7) than sasanqua, but offers the same profusion of gorgeous medium-sized blooms. The October Magic® series is a Green Nurseries introduction offered through the Southern Living Plant Collection. This series represents a great improvement over the species, with plants that are more vigorous, disease resistant, and that continue the fall blooming season later into the winter. October Magic® Rose is unique in the series for its very upright columnar habit of growth, which lends itself to being pruned in a pillar rose form, the spire of coral red color adding a bright exclamation point in the garden! Like other Camellias, October Magic® Rose will tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions, but they really thrive in organically rich, acidic soil. Their shape tends to be naturally beautiful and relatively compact, making pruning unnecessary. If you choose to prune, do so in very early spring before the buds have formed. Broken shade is ideal: it will tolerate full sun well, but only if it stays well watered. Zones 7 to 9. read more

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This fertilizer goes the extra mile, not only feeding your roses and other flowers for up to 8 weeks, but also protecting them fro...m pests like aphids, borers, Japanese beetles, and thrips. The dual action of this systemic insecticide/fertilizer will keep those flowers happy, promoting more growth and bigger blooms! The fertilizer contains a guaranteed analysis of 8% Nitrogen, 12% Phosphorus, and 4% Potassium, as well as generous amounts of micronutrients, while the active insecticide is 0.22% imidachloprid, a revolutionary compound that gets absorbed in plants roots with the nutrients and protects the plant from the inside out for weeks, including everything from the roots to the new shoots of growth. The 0.22% imidacloprid mixture will not harm plants and is safe to use around pets. Directions: shake out the granules onto the ground, spreading them evenly around the plants roots, then water thoroughly. Each 2-pound container contains enough to treat 8 shrubs, 16 roses, or 96 square feet of flowerbed, and the fertilizer and pesticide both last for up to 8 weeks, encouraging healthy growth and big, beautiful blooms. The imidacloprid kills and controls numerous pest species, including: Adelgids, aphids, black vine weevil larvae, roundheaded borers, flatheaded borers, Japanese beetles, lacebugs, leaf beetles, leafhoppers, leafminers, mealy bugs, pine tip moth larvae, psylids, royal palm bugs, sawfly larvae, scales (armored and soft), thrips, and whiteflies. Cannot ship to NY. 2 pounds. read more

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US Plant Patent #22,424. Cultivar Name: COSEH 790. As lucky as a shooting star, this rare new Helleborus makes all your garden wis...hes come true! The palest pink in the Gold Collection®, the blooms are creamy on the inside, with a pink reverse and darker red stems. Because of careful propagation, it is sure to reflect the color you hope to see in it, and because it blooms so early (in January), you can enjoy the blushing color of this incredible early-blooming perennial all winter, every winter! The white blooms mature to a light green over time, complementing the lovely lemon-and-lime centers. This H. x ericsmithii cultivar is part of the Gold Collection®, all purposefully bred for excellent garden performance. Shooting Star is one of the most floriferous members of the collection, boasting dozens of cream, pink, and green booms, all held in well-formed globes that make a lovely statement in the container, vase, or shady border. Like all Helleborus, Shooting Star requires some shade and appreciates evenly moist, well drained soil rich in organic matter. It will tolerate clay soil, and in the cooler zones it will tolerate more sun. Water frequently until the plants become established, after which they become more drought tolerant and only need constant moisture in exceptionally dry, hot weather. A year-round mulch helps to keep the roots moist for you. The evergreen foliage keeps its beauty all year, especially since it generally goes un-nibbled by pests like deer and vole. The one pest to watch out for is slugs: if you find slugs in your Helleborus, promptly set out some slug bait. Helleborus readily seeds, slowly expanding its colorful shade empire. In the summer you should pull any of these seedlings that you do not want (these may not come true to their parentage), and transplant the rest into their permanent spots. Once established, Helleborus resent having their roots disturbed, so you should only divide them when necessary, and you should avoid division by spacing them properly in the first place. 3½ Inch Pot.Zones 5 to 9. read more

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We are delighted to offer this Winter Thriller? Helleborus to gardeners this season! A brand-new color for the family, these 3-inc...h blooms sport creamy orange-apricot tones with red flecks and edges. They remain on this Lenten Rose for an astonishing 3 months or more, drying to an exquisite papery consistency. And as Mango Magic matures, its bloom strength increases, until it can sport 50 or more flowers at the height of its long season! Mango Magic is part of the Winter Thriller? series offered by Wayside Gardens alum Chris Hansen. Chris has been breeding Hellebores for more than 15 years, and his dedication has paid off with this high-performing, really exceptionally colorful series. Fully 3 inches wide, these flowers are suffused with color and remain on the plant for 12 weeks or more, from late winter into late spring in most climates. Incredible! This Hellebore should become a mainstay of your shade border. Its simply the easiest plant you can grow, and among the longest-lived, too. Because it is poisonous, pests keep their distance -- including hungry deer and nibbling rabbits. Disease-free and very vigorous, it offers large, evergreen foliage of deep green that looks good year-round. The blooms are large and nodding, held just above the foliage. Cut them at the top of the stem and float them in a bowl of water to show off their colorful interiors, or better yet, let them remain on the plant, decorating the shade garden during the final weeks of winter and well into spring. The blooms dry right on their stems, acquiring paler but no less interesting tones as they mature! We predict that Mango Magic may become your favorite shade perennial, and that the blooms will be standouts in your garden. The plant itself reaches 20 inches high and up to 24 inches wide in partial to full shade, tolerating a wide range of stressors from dry soil to poor fertility. Pamper it the first few seasons, make sure the soil drainage is good, and you will find it virtually maintenance-free! Zones 4-8. read more

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After 50 years of dedicated English breeding and 10 years of collection and ongoing selection, we excitedly offer our patrons the ...very finest perennial introduction of the decade. Royal Heritage? Hellebores are destined to supplant even Hostas as the premiere carefree perennial for shade (and partial sun). Uniquely superior for its wide range of sumptuous colors (purple, red, near-black, white, green, pink, and even yellow--each individual plant only displays one bloom color) captured by 2-inch flowers with overlapping petals. In our garden the strain produces flowers for nearly 5 months, from winter through spring. Cut and floated, they make an excellent centerpiece, lasting up to two weeks. A gardeners dream plant -- very permanent, very low maintenance, very disease free, very pest free! Easy to establish from our vigorous container stock. Over the years each will develop into sturdy, long-lived clumps 18 to 24 inches high and 2 to 3 feet across. Totally tolerant of heat and humidity, and even periods of drought, if given well-drained, moisture-retentive soil. Can even thrive in clay! Zones 4-8. read more

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Plant Patent Applied For. Cultivar name: Minsens Love vines and climbers but dont have the blazing sunshine required for most of t...hem to be successful? Rose Sensation? is the solution, a False Climbing Hydrangea that loves shade and flowers heavily from late spring into midsummer! Deciduous and very fast-growing, this vining shrub takes off and makes itself at home against your north-facing wall, up those shady arbors and trellises, and through chain-link fences. Its not invasive in the least, but it needs space -- expect it to eventually reach 40 to 50 feet long and 6 to 9 feet wide. It needs no pruning, but if this size is a little more than you bargained for, cut it back in late winter and it will stay smaller and even more lush and dense. The best part of this climber, though, is its blooms. They look like lacecap Hydrangeas, with larger florets surrounding an inner cluster of tiny sterile flowers. The leaf-like outer florets are pink at the center, shading to creamy white, while the inner flowers are ivory to palest green. There will be nothing else in the garden like them, and youll love cutting a big armful for the vase, too! The foliage on Rose Sensation is deep green and very abundant, keeping this climber attractive whether or not the blooms are present. A deciduous plant, it looks fresh and vibrant from spring through fall. Find a place of honor and prepare to be wowed by the lush, verdant transformation of the shade garden by Rose Sensation?. Zones 5.9. read more

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This evergreen sports velvety, mahogany-red blooms in great profusion: Up to 75 of these 3½-inch flowers open on each mature plant..., creating a sea of beautiful wine-red color in your shady garden! Red Racer is part of the Winter Thriller? series of Hellebores, a group carefully selected and hand-bred by hybridizer Chris Hansen. The Winter Thrillers are known for their strong stems, outward-facing blooms, and, of course, their bloom time. The calling card of Lenten Rose is its unique ability to add color to the garden while most plants are still dormant, even covered in snow! Like all Helleborus, this mix requires some shade and appreciates evenly moist, well drained soil rich in organic matter. It will tolerate clay soil, and in the cooler zones it will tolerate more sun. Water frequently until the plants become established, after which they become more drought tolerant and only need constant moisture in exceptionally dry, hot weather. A year-round mulch helps to keep the roots moist. The evergreen foliage keeps its beauty all year, especially since it generally goes un-nibbled by pests like deer: an especially important quality if you intend to grow it in a wooded area! Helleborus readily seeds, slowly expanding its colorful shade empire. In the summer you should pull any of these seedlings that you do not want (these may not come true to their parentage), and transplant the rest into their permanent spots. Once established, Helleborus resent having their roots disturbed, so you should only divide them when necessary, and you should avoid division by spacing them properly in the first place. 3½ Inch Container. Zones 4 to 8. read more

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Lime, Violet, White, Red, Buttery Yellow--you get a little bit of everything with this sophisticated mix! This strain incorporates... a wide variety of colors. Each plant will produce just one of these colors, so be sure to order multiples: the more plants you order, the greater your color variety will be! The big, outward-facing single (and occasionally double) blooms grow on strong stems as thick as pencils. Like all Helleborus, this mix requires some shade and appreciates evenly moist, well-drained soil rich in organic matter. It will tolerate clay soil, and in the cooler zones will tolerate more sun. Water frequently until the plants become established, after which they become more drought tolerant and only need constant moisture in exceptionally dry, hot weather. A year-round mulch helps to keep the roots moist. The evergreen foliage keeps its beauty all year, especially since it generally goes un-nibbled by pests like deer: an especially important quality if you intend to grow it in a wooded area! Helleborus readily seeds, slowly expanding its colorful shade empire. In the summer you should pull any of these seedlings that you do not want (these may not come true to their parentage), and transplant the rest into their permanent spots. Once established, Helleborus resent having their roots disturbed, so you should only divide them when necessary, and you should avoid division by spacing them properly in the first place. Zones 4 to 8. read more

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Remarkable black blooms! The slate-colored petals are one of the truest blacks of any plant on the market, offset by the bright gr...een of the centers, and all on very large, upward-facing blooms! Combine these rich black blooms with white spring-blooming cultivars like Snowbells or Deutzia for a striking contrast! Even on their own the blooms create a full and beautiful display, with the lime green eye and creamy yellow anthers creating a nice contrast to the black petals. This one-of-a-kind Helleborus is the result of 9 years of meticulous breeding. Part of the Winter Thrillers? series, Night Coaster was bred for reliably true black blooms, very early bloom time, and exceptional flower form. The strong stems are as thick as pencils, proudly bearing their distinctive 3-inch blooms in an outward-facing position. Like other Helleborus, Night Coaster is quite easy to grow: just give it a shady spot with moist, well-draining soil. It will thrive even in clay soil, quickly becoming established, after which it can tolerate heat, humidity, and drought quite well. This trouble-free cultivar is generally left alone by pests and diseases, surviving for year after year of early-season beauty! 3½ Inch Container. Zones 5 to 9. read more

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Create the perfect area for intimate conversations or fun gatherings with our Oxford Tree Bench. Constructed of beautiful, sustain...ably harvested Eucalyptus, this tree bench has a natural oil finish that provides years of low-maintenance beauty. Eucalyptus is naturally resistant to decay and pests, so you can feel confident it will bring you joy for years to come. This tree bench has a very classic design, with a vertically slatted back rest, a slatted seat, and a curved armrest on the left-hand side. The top of the back rest is accented with a line of carved chevrons, a subtle artistic touch that immediately adds to its beauty. Connect four benches to encircle your favorite tree, and it will undoubtedly soon become one of your favorite spots to sit and unwind! (Encircles a 32 tree). Dimensions: 18½ L x 54¾ W x 42 H inches ; 51 pounds. read more

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Monument is a natural dwarf selection of the European Hornbeam. Very slow-growing, this cultivar offers dense, attractive foliage ...on an upright, pyramidal habit. Ideal for small gardens, it sports bright butter-yellow autumn leaves. At full maturity, Monument is no more than 8 to 9 feet tall and 4 to 5 feet wide. After about a decades growth, expect it to have achieved just 3 to 4 feet in height and about 2 feet in width. Amazing! Content in any well-drained soil, this Dwarf European Hornbeam is easy to grow and very showy in garden or container. Introduced by Viva Nord in Italy. Zones 5-7. read more

Garden Oasis
$119.69
at Sears

Add a Little Tropical Delight With a Pre-Lit Double Palm Tree Transform your outdoor living space into a tropical paradise with th...is Garden Oasis pre-lit double palm tree. This item is great for year-round use, whether you want to decorate your outdoor space or spend the holidays dreaming of an island getaway. More than 100 clear, incandescent lights brighten up your space, and more than 80 branch tips give these palm trees a filled-out look. The synthetic trunk of this pre-lit double palm tree is made to look like the real thing, giving your space the tropical treatment. A resin pot keeps the trees stable and makes the piece easy to set up and move from place to place. Garden Oasis pre-lit double palm tree gives your outdoor space the perfect tropical treatment For use outdoors or indoors for a versatile piece that you can enjoy anywhere 83 branch tips give your trees a filled-out look 105 clear, incandescent lights brighten up any space Resin pot holds trunks steady Easy set-up makes lighting up your yard a breeze Dimensions: 35? diameter x 60? height Three-year general warranty read more

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Get your trees off to the best possible start in the garden -- or perk up an established tree that is not performing as you expect... -- with Tree-start Spikes, the slow-release formula for better growth and healthier, stronger life. No other fertilizer is as simple to use, and the effects can last a lifetime! Just push a Tree-start Spike into the soil beside your tree at planting time or whenever an existing planting needs a pick-me-up. The 30-10-7 blend of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium is released slowly to be absorbed by the trees roots, preventing burning or over-applying. As the season progresses, your tree feeds at just the proper rate -- and your work is done in mere seconds! Tree-start Spikes are great for all types of trees, from conifers and evergreens to flowering ornamentals. They contain a low-salt formula, promoting only healthy growth. So economical and easy -- keep them on hand for every spring and fall planting season! Pack of 18. read more

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From the makers of our popular line of Soil Moist products comes this revolutionary self-watering and preserving formula for Chris...tmas trees and other cut branches! Tree Moist? Plus keeps your tree fresh and vibrant far longer by storing water in its crystal-like granules, which can then be released (along with a tree preservative) just when your tree or cut branch needs it most. Tree Moist? Plus is composed of water-absorbing polymers. Perfect for cut branches (such as forsythia and cherry in early spring) as well as Christmas trees, they extend the period of beauty you can expect from your indoor cuts. And theyre so easy to use! With Tree Moist? Plus, youll never have to worry about watering or feeding the Christmas tree and other cut branches. Give it a try this season and were convinced youll make it part of your regular planting process from now on! 2-oz. bag. read more

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Keep bugs away for good with this revolutionary tree and shrub drench. This systemic insect control works for up to 12 months, kil...ling insects on contact, then working its way up plants from the soil to the roots, then the trunk and the branches, fighting off insects at each stage. No spraying is necessary, as this mixture is simply added at the base of the plant like a fertilizer. This compound gets absorbed into the plant, keeping it from washing off or wearing out for months. The 1.46% imidacloprid mixture will not harm plants and is safe to use around pets. This mixture kills and controls numerous pest species, including: Adelgids, aphids, black vine weevil larvae, roundheaded borers, flatheaded borers, Japanese beetles, lacebugs, leaf beetles, leafhoppers, leafminers, mealy bugs, pine tip moth larvae, psylids, royal palm bugs, sawfly larvae, scales (armored and soft), thrips, and whiteflies. Directions: Add 6 to 30 ounces of this formula (based on the plants size) to a gallon of water, mix thoroughly, and then pour the mixture around the base of the plant. Caution: Avoid contact with the formula, as it can cause eye or skin irritation, and is harmful if swallowed. Cannot ship to Long Island, NY. 1 Gallon. read more

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Truly one of the finest landscaping subjects, Bottlebrush Buckeye is too little used in the United States but widely appreciated i...n Europe. Ideal for many uses -- as an isolated lawn specimen, or planting in mass on difficult banks and slopes -- it provides a graceful, airy look PLUS dense coverage! This spreading, mound-shaped plant grows up to 10 feet tall and wide, with large, deep green leaves held out almost horizontally, for a nicely tiered look. In midsummer, masses of 8- to 12-inch white flowerspikes appear, poking up and out in all directions! Their interesting shape gives the Bottlebrush its common name. And when Fall arrives, the showy leaves turn yellow and light orange! Remarkably disease-resistant, Bottlebush Buckeye grows well in sun or part shade in a moisture-retentive, slightly acidic soil. For dense coverage, space the shrubs about 8 feet apart. Zones 4-9. read more

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Plant Patent 4145. All Magnolias are adaptable and vigorous, but Elizabeth is the expert at handling temperature extremes! Survivi...ng -20 degree Fahrenheit temperatures without injury, just months later it basks in 100+ degree heat and humidity over a long, sweltering season. And in early spring, before the new foliage emerges, this lovely tree is dotted with bright, fragrant yellow blossoms from base to tip! The unusual clear yellow color of the blooms is as remarkable as their heavenly scent. 3 to 4 inches across, they are held straight up on bare branches, reminding me a bit of the old-fashioned tradition of setting candles onto the boughs of a Christmas tree. Very bright and abundant, they begin the Magnolia season in many neighborhoods. This robust tree begins blooming at a very early age, and is easily pruned to desired shape -- including a multi-trunk form for increased horizontal beauty, or even a compact size for container growth! Left alone, it reaches 15 to 18 feet tall and 8 to 10 feet wide in 10 years. Mature height is 20 to 30 feet. Very tolerant of urban pollution and a variety of growing conditions, Elizabeth is ideally sited in partial shade and in somewhat acidic, well-enriched, well-drained soil. It appreciates protection from harsh winds, and does not thrive among competing roots. read more

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Have you ever dreamed of planting a Dove Tree (Davidia), only to learn that it wouldnt start blooming until it was at least 10 yea...rs old? Even for those of us planting our legacy garden, thats pushing delayed gratification too far! Enter Sonoma, the early-blooming variety with bloom clusters more than twice the size of the species -- as astonishing 10 to 12 inches long! This magnificent flowering tree has blooms -- actually bracts -- like no other. Theyve been compared to handkerchiefs, crepe paper streamers and, of course, doves, for they flutter alluringly in the late spring breezes. No flash-in-the-pan flowers, they begin in late spring and hang on for 2 to 3 weeks. And Sonoma is so much more floriferous than the species that it might as well be a whole new plant! Your tree will simply be draped in color! Even when its not blooming, Sonoma is beautiful. The leaves are broad, oval, and lightly toothed, with soft silky undersides that practically asked to be brushed past! Growing quickly in any sunny location, Sonoma reaches 15 feet tall after just 5 years, and eventually tops out at 20 to 30 feet tall and about 25 feet wide. And the best part is that we will ship you a 2-year-old tree, so you may get blooms the first spring -- certainly the second! -- after planting! Dove Trees have never had it so good . . . nor the gardeners who love them! Sonoma thrives in temperate to warm climates, happy in any well-drained garden soil receiving full sun. It is very tolerant of heat and humidity, needing only water during the summer months and during dry spells. Ideal for the border or as a specimen. Zones 6-8. Note: Because we have such limited quantities of this choice tree, I ask that each customer purchase no more than one, please. read more

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PPAF. Cultivar: PIIVAC-I. If youre looking for a large shrub or small tree that combines fantastic fragrance, eye-catching foliage..., and sensational blooms with easy growth and adaptability, look no further than Delta Blues?. More compact than the species, this First Editions® Chaste Tree produces aromatic bluish-purple flowers that appear on new growth in summer. Plus the foliage itself is highly fragrant. It also displays showy, small red-colored fruits that persist into winter. Delta Blues? adapts well to most conditions, accepting either acidic or alkaline soils, as long as the area is well-drained. This salt- and drought-tolerant tree grows to a height and width of 8 to 10 feet, making it far more manageable than the species and more conducive to garden settings. Its a great choice for a variety of applications, from mass plantings to landscape specimens, and it even makes a good understory planting as it doesnt grow too tall. Delta Blues? can be planting any time and has a medium growth rate. It prefers morning sun and afternoon shade. We recommend placing is somewhere youll be able to enjoy its color as well as its fragrance and the hummingbirds and butterflies it will attract. For best results, feed a slow-release fertilizer once a year. Zones 6-9. read more

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The beloved Hornbeam is a European street tree less commonly used in American gardens than it should be. Deciduous and nicely shap...ed (so that it needs no pruning, unless you wish to shape it into a dense hedge), it greets early spring with charming catkins, followed by serrated foliage of bright green that turns muted shades of yellow and gold in autumn above smooth gray bark. Altogether pleasing, it makes a pleasant specimen, an effective windbreak, and a useful border accent in the sunny to partially shaded landscape. Native to Europe and Asia, this tree thrives in moderate climates where winters and summers are not too punishing. Upright and naturally symmetrical, it forms an egg-shaped or pyramidal silhouette that eventually (after several decades) reaches 40 to 60 feet high and 30 to 40 feet wide. In its youth, it is more tall and slender than full, creating a lovely columnar look. Hornbeam is known for its foliage, but it also offers both catkins and fruit for the sharp-eyed gardener! The charming catkins appear before the foliage in late winter and earliest spring, just an inch or two long and colored yellow to green. They are followed by tiny 3-lobed fruits in summer, resembling nuts and held in 5-inch clusters. While they may not have tremendous ornamental impact, these features are attractive to pollinators and songbirds, adding even more value to your garden. This tree eventually reaches 40 to 60 feet tall and 30 to 40 feet wide, with dense branching. But you can also keep it pruned much smaller, forming an effective hedge, privacy screen, or windbreak at whatever size you desire. Pest- and disease-free, Hornbeam is a carefree presence youll treasure for decades! zones 4-8. read more

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With its bumpy green fruit, glossy leaves, and thorny stems, this dwarf lime tree is certainly beautiful. But its also much more: ...the highly fragrant peel and zest are delicious additions to food and drink. Whether you grow it indoors year-round, bring it out to the patio during the warm months, or grow it in the garden in zones 9-10, Kieffer LIme is a stunning presence in any setting. Also known as Kaffir, Thai Lime, and Makrut (and even occasionally Wild Lime), this dwarf citrus tree has a charming habit. The central trunk is quite thorny, protecting the plant from potential nibbling pests, and the leaves grow in a unique double pattern, as if one had sprung from the tip of another. Ranging from 1 to 3 inches long, they are glossy, dark green, and magnificently scented. Expect them to remain year-round on the tree. And finally, the fruit. Widely used in Asian cuisine from Thailand to India, these bumpy green limes are about 2 inches wide, with very little juice but thick, strongly flavored rind and zest. Grate them into curries, soups, and stews, or cut the peel micro-thin for drinks. The flavor is strong and refreshing. You can even use them in cleaning! The Kieffer Lime is easy to grow. Give it good, well-drained potting soil and bright light indoors, turning it so that all sides are exposed to light regularly. Humidity is welcome, and winter temperatures of 60 degrees or higher a necessity. In other words, room temperature in most houses is just perfect! But this tree also flourishes in the much hotter weather of summer outdoors, adding fragrance and beauty to any spot in the garden. Expect the Kieffer Lime to reach 4 to 5 feet tall and about 3 feet wide, a good size for indoor display. You will love experimenting with the fruit in new dishes, and enjoying the sight and smell of this citrus tree year-round. Zones 9-10. read more

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When life gives you lemons, rejoice! Eureka is a dwarf lemon with very big yields of ultra-acidic, golden-yellow fruit packed with... flavorful juice. It sets white blooms (terrifically fragrant) in spring and summer, with the fruit ripening year-round among handsome, glossy evergreen leaves. As an ornamental fruit for your best container, it cannot be beat! Eureka is among the least cold-hardy of lemon varieties, thriving only in the subtropical climates of zones 9 and 10 in this country. However, this makes it far more suited to indoor growth than many others. It likes temperate weather with plenty of sunshine, so find a bright window or skylight and grow it year-round indoors. Or, if you have a spot in the sun, bring it outdoors during the warmer months and enjoy it on the deck, balcony, patio, or porch as well as the garden. With a spreading, well-branched but not ultra-dense habit, Eureka can reach 10 to 20 feet high and wide, though container growth is more likely to be 8 to 12 feet. It begins fruiting at quite a young age, its lemons boasting a thick, soft skin, few seeds, and a high amount of juice. For that old-fashioned real lemon tang, you cant improve on Eureka! The stems of this dwarf tree are nearly thornless, and the new spring foliage unfolds in bright shades of bronze and purple before quickly turning dark green. As ornamental as it is useful, Eureka is a must-have for the sunny window! Zones 9-10. read more

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It sounds so futuristic, doesnt it -- an orange that doesnt need as much heat as others to set fruit, yet also fruits heavily in t...he baking desert climate?! Yet Trovita is nearly 100 years old, and has stood the test of time for decades, setting big crops of thin-skinned, ultra-juicy, mild oranges that refuse to go bitter (unlike their navel cousins!). And now were delighted to offer a dwarf Trovita which, unlike other orange varieties, you can grow year-round indoors! In its zone 9-10 hardiness range, Trovita grows happily to 20 or 25 feet high, with a rounded shape and excellent branching. But if you live in a cooler climate, now you can still grow this unique orange. Just pot up the dwarf tree and either enjoy it outdoors during the warmer months or bring it indoors permanently. Either way, it loves full sunshine and consistent moisture. Find a bright window or skylight and begin enjoying this evergreen tree! Trovita fruits and flowers in early spring, so you often have fragrant white blooms (the scent is absolutely fantastic!) as well as fruit maturing at once. Its such a splendid way to begin another season of growth: with an indoor flowering garden delight! Expect this tree to reach 7 to 10 feet tall and as wide in the rounded canopy of branches and leaves. The foliage is glossy, evergreen, and quite dense, a rich dark green that is attractive all by itself. Be sure to keep the tree in sun at all times; it is not shade-tolerant. And if you live in a coastal area, do not put it outdoors in the direct line of ocean spray; it does not like salt. Other than this, however, it is quite trouble-free, growing readily in good potting soil with consistent moisture. What could be easier or more delightful? Zones 9-10 or everywhere indoors. read more

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Has a tree ever been more appropriately named than Heart Throb? This charming Chinese Dogwood offers year-round beauty, as all dog...woods do, but everything about its appearance is just one degree more beautiful than most others. The blooms are a richer shade of rosy-pink, the fall color more intense, the berries far more profuse -- well, you get the idea! Late spring brings the first blooms (actually the showy part is the bracts) to this well-branched, slow-growing little tree. Most dogwoods bloom for several weeks, but the rosy-pink bracts on Heart Throb persist for up to 2 months -- more than twice as long as most others! And they are so beautiful that you will appreciate every bonus day! As the blooms begin to pass, you can appreciate the somewhat large, pointed blue-green foliage, very lush and fresh. Enjoy it all summer, because in autumn it will turn a vibrant shade of crimson-red and remain that way for weeks before dropping! The blooms are also followed by masses and masses of berries, small and round, that begin green and then quickly turn pink in early fall. They persist all season, to the joy of neighborhood songbirds. After the leaves fall for winter, you will still see the final berries -- until the birds see them too, that is, and polish them off! Even in winter, Heart Throb contributes beauty to the garden -- this time in the form of grayish-brown fissured, peeling bark. Many plants are called multi-season, but this Chinese Dogwood really exemplifies what that means! Like most dogwoods, Heart Throb absolutely must have acidic soil to thrive. It will tell you if the soil is too limey -- the foliage will begin to yellow. But dont let it get to that point; keep the soil well-drained, rich, and quite acidic. This is a slow grower, and you want it to reach its full, magnificent potential. Heart Throb is ideal for coastal locations, holding up well in salt spray. It also tolerates plenty of heat and humidity. Expect it to reach about 15 feet high after a decades growth, and eventually to top out at no more than 30 feet high and wide -- potentially somewhat smaller. It forms a nice canopy when mature, spreading wider than it is tall. This Chinese Dogwood received the 2002 Cary Award for its superb performance in New England (above zone 5) garden conditions, so plant it fearlessly in northern regions. Of course, it also loves the long summers and mild winters of the south and midwest. We highly recommend this tree for specimen use as well as in the border, and are honored to make it available this season. Zones 4-9. read more

Rome Industries
$18.49 $18.99
at Casa

Romes Marshmallow Tree Fork, Steel with Wood Handle Looks like a tree with many small branches to place marshmallows for roasting ...over a fire. Made from steel with high temp enamel coating. Long 40 overall length for safety. Fun gift idea! read more

Milwaukee
$599.99
at Hayneedle

Tame rough terrain with the Milwaukee Nursery Tree Hand Truck. With dual handles and 15-inch pneumatic wheels, you'll be able to m...aneuver on even the toughest patches of earth. This hand truck has a 1500 lb. weight capacity so you can haul young trees of all sizes in its 23L- x 19W-inch basket. The heavy-duty steel frame measures 32L x 38W x 57H inches. About Milwaukee Hand Truck The trade name for products created and sold by Gleason Industrial Products, Milwaukee Hand Trucks is a brand that professionals nationwide have come to trust. Founded over 60 years ago, The Gleason Corporation has come a long way to become three manufacturing divisions based throughout the Midwest. Milwaukee Hand Trucks are manufactured in both Goshen, Indiana, and Lincoln, Illinois by top-notch engineers who uphold the standard of durability customers have come to expect. Milwaukee: the name the pros trust! read more

Bond Manufacturing

Features: Tree tie with nails Great for supporting saplings Perfect support for young or recently transplanted trees Dimensions: O...verall Product Weight: 0.33 Pounds read more

Lewis Tools
$66.48 $73.00
at Wayfair

Features: Yard tree Create stunning and unique hanging gardens Position planters, feeders, chimes and more at any height or orient...ation Designed for patios, decks, pool side or indoor use Slip on gravity lock hooks and rings Show Additional Info Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 4 Inches Overall Width - Side to Side: 24 Inches Overall Depth - Front to Back: 24 Inches Overall Product Weight: 16.6 Pounds Special Offer: 13 Issues of Southern Living Magazine Included with your purchase - a $20 value (Subscription and Rebate info) read more

Sur La Table

A terrific gift that keeps on giving for years to come. This beautiful olive tree is sure to enhance any patio, porch or deck. Pla...nted in a clay pot, the tree can be easily moved, if necessary. Our gorgeous patio trees are skillfully arranged by craftsmen in the USA. Plants are grown and nurtured on family-owned and operated farms in Northern California and the Pacific Northwest. All plants are cultivated without the use of harmful pesticides, making our greenery a little greener. Pot measures 5" in diameter; tree is 16" high. Web exclusive: This product is only available online. read more

Sur La Table

A great gift your favorite cook will enjoy for years to come. This rosemary tree ensures they?ll always have fresh, fragrant herbs... to flavor a variety of dishes. Each rosemary plant is grown right here in the USA in a nursery that uses optimal growing conditions and methods for producing the healthiest, longest-lasting topiaries and herbs available. Tree comes in burlap-wrapped plastic container. Pot measures 5" in diameter; tree is 16" tall. Web exclusive: This product is only available online. read more

Williams-Sonoma

Harvest a bounty of crisp apples (Malus domestica) for cooking, baking, juicing and eating out of hand. You can even ferment your ...own apple cider and vinegar. Fuji: This mid-season tree yields medium-sized reddish-pink apples with a wonderful texture and sweet, light, flavor with just a hint of tartness. Honeycrisp: Featuring an exceptionally crisp texture and sweet-tart bite, this all-purpose apple is delicious eaten out of hand or used in any apple recipe. It keeps its flavor and texture well when stored. Zones 5?8. White blossoms with a tinge of pink blanket the apple trees in spring, followed by succulent fruit that ripens in autumn. Grows 15?20 high, 10?15 wide. Suitable for container or ground planting. Requires full sun. Fruits from mid-September to mid-October. Yields approx. 3 bushels of apples at maturity (3 to 4 years). Grown on a farm in Tennessee. Agricultural regulations prohibit shipment to AZ, CA, OR, WA, Puerto Rico and Hawaii. read more

Sur La Table

A terrific gift that keeps on giving for years to come. This beautiful olive tree is sure to enhance any patio, porch or deck. Pla...nted in a clay pot, the tree can be easily moved, if necessary. Our gorgeous patio trees are skillfully arranged by craftsmen in the USA. Plants are grown and nurtured on family-owned and operated farms in Northern California and the Pacific Northwest. All plants are cultivated without the use of harmful pesticides, making our greenery a little greener. Pot measures 3" in diameter; tree is 8" high. Web exclusive: This product is only available online. read more

Burpee
$29.95
at Burpee

The finest-tasting Asian pear: with pearlike sweetness and applelike crunch. Pear aficionados?and who is not??agree ?Hosui? boasts... the finest flavor of any Asian pear. Very round, medium to large fruit, with golden russet skins and firm, juicy, sweet-tart flesh, mingles pearlike sweetness with applelike crunch. Columnar, deciduous trees quickly grow to 10-15 ft. tall and 8-12 ft. wide. Produce a flourish of lovely showy white flowers, often arrayed with a flutter of butterflies. Fruit ripens from mid-August to late September. Self pollinating. Cold hardy, drought resistant and heat tolerant, a good choice for milder climates. Chilling requirements of 450 hours below 45°F. read more

Burpee
$29.95
at Burpee

Vivid red fruits bulging with the sweetest, juiciest seeds?soft enough to be eaten Flowering 20 ft. tree produces a ravishing harv...est of vivid red fruits bulging with the sweetest, juiciest seeds?soft enough to be eaten. ?Wonderful? yields an outsize crop of succulent fruit ripening in early fall, filled with more juice than any other variety. Easy to care for, deciduous specimen tree is arrayed with striking orange-red flowers in late spring-early summer on upright, fountainlike branches. Full sun. Chilling requirements of 150-200 hours below 45°F. read more

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