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It may get its name from the large, nearly black buds that begin its marvelous blooms, but Black Cherry? undoubtedly gets its fine reputation from the exquisite deep red flowers and rich, old-fashioned damask scent with which it fills the g...arden all summer. An old-fashioned fragrance that may remind you of your grandmothers garden, it is evocative and irresistible. Its no wonder it was named our Floribunda of the YearŽ in 2006! The blooms, which open from attractive pointed, ovoid buds, are fully double, 3 to 4 inches wide, and very long-lasting after cutting. This floribunda begins flowering in early summer and continues in waves all season, especially if deadheaded promptly. Vigorous and easy, it is heat tolerant and resistant to such diseases as powdery mildew and rust, which makes it easier to grow in warmer climates. Black Cherry? reaches 3 to 4 feet high and wide, suitable as a low hedge or container subject as well as a border standout. Its flowers are fade-proof and exquisitely formed. Make this reblooming delight an integral part of your sunny garden for many years to come! Plant in well-drained soil in full sun. Remove spent flowers to encourage rebloom. 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. read more

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It can be a pain to separate organic material from the rest of your trash and drag it out to your compost bin or pile. Now you don...t have to! Store all your food scraps in this chic stainless steel Pail, and the composting process will get started indoors. When your bin gets full, simply grab the sturdy handle, take the convenient 3-quart pail outside and put it on your larger compost pile (or start one!) The inner chamber of the bin makes a perfect digestion chamber where leftover organic material from your kitchen can be recycled. The smooth plastic inner liner and the charcoal filters in the lid trap and eliminate odors while also letting in enough air to keep the aerobic bacteria working. The plastic liner is easy to clean, and the charcoal filters are easily replaceable. Made from stainless steel that will grace any counter top. Dimensions: 9 High x 6 Diameter x 8 Wide. Weight: 3 pounds read more

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Fashion a display of pure elegance for your porch or patio with our classic vinyl planters. This beautiful New England design adds... a charming touch to any patio or deck. It has approximately an 8 gallon soil capacity, and comes with a 15 year limited warranty. This beautiful design is shipped pre-assembled and provides an appealing welcome to any home, combining exclusive architectural features with the timeless beauty of tradition. These exclusive designs also include a water miser feature in the base, storing water and releasing to the plant as it needs, hence reducing daily watering. These planters never need painting, staining, or sealing. Unlike wood, these vinyl planters keep their good looks for years with an occasional rinse with a garden hose. Color: Black. Dimensions:28˝ tall x 16 wide x 16 deep. read more

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Designed for use with either the 13-inch Raised Garden Bed or the 19-inch Raised Garden Bed. Grow your Garden Bed vertically to sa...ve space and maximize your growing area! This raised garden trellis design is both attractive and functional Great for growing peas, pole beans, cucumbers, morning glory, or any variety of vegetables and flowers that climb. The Trellis is constructed of 100-percent Western Red Cedar, and comes with replaceable netting. They are quick and easy to assemble, and are handcrafted in the U.S.A. RAISED GARDEN BED SOLD SEPARATELY Natural or Safe Finish. The Natural finish is bare wood that you can apply your own paint or finish to, or allow to weather naturally. The Safe Finish is a Cedar Garden Oil that protects the wood while being completely food safe so that you can grow vegetables in it without a second thought! Dimensions: Small - 48 x 80 inches; 30 pounds. Large - 95 x 80 inches; 45 pounds read more

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This item ships standard for FREE to the continental U.S.! The perfect coldframe for your tender plants, young spring seedlings, a...nd final autumn herbs, these economical protectors are easy to assemble and super-durable during rough weather. Once you use one this fall, youll wonder how you ever got along without it! Made by the same folks responsible for our popular Snap and Grow hobby greenhouse, these coldframes are constructed of corrosion-resistant aluminum and clear, sparkling rigid polyprophylene. They assemble in minutes (instructions included, though you scarcely need em!) and lasts for years. Each coldframe even comes with hold-down spikes in case you want to use it in the soil, while anchor corners are designed so that it can be fixed to the floor. Theyve thought of everything! The Single Coldframe measures 18 inches high, 41 inches wide, and 22 inches deep, while the Double Coldframe measures 21 inches high, 42 inches wide, and 42 inches deep. Polycarbonate roof panels can be left open or closed for optimal ventilation, and let in plenty of sunshine to help your plants grow even when the temperature is too cold to expose them to the elements. The roof is made of SnapGlas? glazing panels, the same superb material used in the larger greenhouse. These coldframes look good as well as performing beautifully! read more

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Plant Patent Applied For Cultivar name: Evipo038 Syn. Fairy Blue. This exciting new Clematis combines unusual flower form with sup...er long bloomtime to give you 5 months or more of glorious color! Very vigorous and easy to grow, Crystal Fountain? will soon reign in your sunny garden! These flowers are extraordinary -- as if a frilly pompon-like bloom had been set on top of a single-flowered Clematis! Theyre 4 to 5 inches wide, and they arise BY THE MANY DOZEN on plants 6 feet tall and about 3 feet wide. Theres nothing of the hot-house about Crystal Fountain? -- this is a rough-and-ready climber for your garden. The flowers begin in late spring or early summer and continue steadily all summer long, lasting into autumn. Technically Crystal Fountain? is a rebloomer, but the flowers keep coming so steadily that you really may not notice waves of bloom, as you do with older varieties that need to rest between flowering periods. Terrific floriferousness, both in number of flowers and length of bloom!It pairs with Roses and open-habit shrubs. Just give this plant something to climb, and watch it take off! Like most Clematis, Crystal Fountain? prefers to have its roots cool and its tops warm, so mulch it well upon planting, and keep the soil evenly moist. Pruning Group 2. Zones 4-9. read more

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For years Park gardeners asked us to stock the Yellow Lilac, and we didnt think wed ever find a good, reliable grower here in Amer...ica. Very popular in Europe, Primrose is tough to find this side of the Atlantic, so we are absolutely delighted to announce that we FINALLY have good, reliable, get-up-and-grow stock that will take off in your zone 3-7 garden. And the best part is that the pastel yellow color actually deepens and grows more intense with age, giving you a more spectacular show with each passing year! Originally introduced to the world in 1949, Primrose bears numerous graceful, yet dense panicles of pastel yellow flowers in mid-spring. Such a sensation did it create when it was introduced that it won a Royal Horticulture Society Award of Merit in 1950 and has never looked back, continuing to be the pride of many a garden! Handsome and compact, this shrub reaches just 10 feet tall (at most) and anywhere from 6 to 12 feet wide. Instead of big growth, it concentrates its energy on producing the stunning blooms! Space the shrubs 6 to 12 feet apart in an airy location with full sun and well-drained soil. A yearly top-dressing of mulch, preferably well-composted manure, is beneficial. Zones 3-7. Cannot ship any Syringa to AZ. read more

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There has never been a yellow Hosta quite like Dancing Queen, and it will stand out in the shade garden like a shaft of sunshine i...n a dark glen! This large, wide Hosta is exquisitely rippled and quilted, its outstanding foliage attention-getting in any setting. The new leaves open bright gold in spring, turning a lighter shade as the season progresses. Long, pointed, and heavily rippled, they are held elegantly up and out from the center of the plant. With each passing year, they grow more intensely textured and beautifully substantial. In midsummer, the foliage is topped by pale lavender blooms on 28-inch stems. Largely insignificant, the flowers may be snipped and used as filler in the vase, or left on the plant to highlight the color contrast they present against the yellow leaves. Dancing Queen eventually reaches 18 inches high and spreads about 30 inches wide. Spectacular in the border, it is also superb for woodland settings, and can even be grown in a large container. It forms the natural centerpiece of any Hosta garden, standing out brilliantly against El Nino, Silver Bay, and 48438>Abiqua Drinking Gourd, among many others. Dancing Queen was bred by Kent Terpening, and thrives in partial to full shade. Very hardy and long-lived, it belongs front and center in your shade garden display. Do add it to the garden this season! Zones 3-9. read more

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Among the most beautiful Mountain Laurels of all, Carol begins the season with pink buds so dark they appear red. These burst into... bubblegum-pink blooms that quickly mature to nearly white, offering great contrast with the buds still unopened. A free-flowering, very compact selection with good resistance to leafspot, Carol is a standout in your garden! Expect this multi-stemmed evergreen shrub to reach just 3˝ to 5 feet high and wide, covering itself with glossy, slightly twisty foliage. The leaves remain right through winter, making Carol a good choice for the foundation, hedge, or other area where winter interest is paramount. The flowering begins in late spring in most climates and can continue into early summer, an absolute explosion of color that is truly breathtaking. Mountain Laurel is a native shrub, and really knows how to put on a show! Dense, compact, and low-growing, Carol offers much more color in a concentrated space than most other Mountain Laurels, and it will be one of the talking points of your landscape every year. Theres simply nothing as splendid to match it! Quite tolerant of drought and dry soil once established, Carol also demonstrates good resistance to leafspot. Like all Mountain Laurels, it needs good soil drainage and prefers protection from strong winds. Shear it all you like, or not at all if that is your preference -- Carol wont mind! Very easy to grow, its a beloved favorite in many a fine garden. Give it full sun in the north, dappled shade farther south, and enjoy its exceptional beauty for many seasons to come. Zones 4-9. read more

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With foliage no more than 3 feet tall and plumes to only 5 or 6 feet, this rare, dwarf form of the classic Pampas Grass is suitabl...e for many situations, even small gardens. Flowering the first year after planting, its late summer plumes add distinction when used in the border or as an architectural accent, and make showy dried arrangements. Completely hardy to Long Island, Pumila withstands heat and drought once established. Zones 6 (with protection) -10. read more

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Plant Patent Applied For. Cultivar name: Wims Red Find a special place for this thrilling new Panicle Hydrangea! Fire and Ice chan...ges bloom color every few weeks, creating a season-long play of hue that never ceases to fascinate. This ultra-compact Hydrangea is just right for garden or large container, delighting with long wands of brilliant color. The blooms open cream-colored in early spring, standing out beautifully against the bright green foliage on plants 6 to 10 feet high and wide. By midsummer blushes of pink have overtaken the florets, and soon the entire plume is a rich shade of cotton-candy pink. Then, beginning in late summer and continuing throughout autumn, the flowers acquire a deep, intense shade of magenta-burgundy. Stunning! Best in part shade, Fire and Ice will become the focal point of any setting. Its a good choice for the foundation or along the driveway, where its bloom changes can be followed on a daily basis, but it also works well in border and woodland garden. Truly unique, it deserves a place of honor! Zones 3-8. read more

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