Wayside Gardens Clay Yorkshire Decorative Brackets - Set of 2

Complete the look of your Yorkshire Window Box with a pair of decorative supports. The curved brackets are the perfect finishing touch to your installation. Made from high quality polyethylene which offers a beautiful finishing touch with a... classy look. Decorative brackets attach easily to the existing wall mount brackets that come with the Yorkshire Window Boxes. Includes 2 decorative brackets and 4 mounting screws. Comes with a 15 year limited warranty. Available in white and clay. read more

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Plant Patent #11,342. Cultivar Name: Whit IV. Red Rocket® is a delightful small tree for every season, with new red foliage for sp...ring, huge clusters of cherry-red blossoms for summer, and more blooms plus bright orange foliage for fall! Disease-resistant and easy to grow, its the Crapemyrtle youve been looking for. When this tree leafs out in spring, the new leaves are an eye-catching crimson before turning green for summer. The blooms arise in early summer, erupting from fat round buds into giant 8-inch clusters crammed with attention-getting red color. They last for several weeks, only to return in autumn for another big show. And when the first cold weather arrives, the foliage on this tree turns a rich orange! Red Rocket® reaches 20 to 30 feet high and just 8 to 10 feet wide. It has an elegant multistemmed vase shape, or may be trained to one trunk. Thriving in any well-drained soil -- even the poor ones of urban areas -- it asks only for adequate drainage and frequent watering during dry periods. (Drought wont kill this tree, but it does reduce flowering for the season.) It blooms on new wood, but you neednt prune it back unless it becomes too large for your garden. Easy and very low maintenance! Give Red Rocket® full sun. It makes a stunning hedge, growing very quickly. Good anthracnose and mildew resistant make it far more garden-worthy than older varieties, and the color is magnificent! Zones 6-9. Cannot ship to AZ. read more

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Plant Patent 23,325. Cultivar name: ZF06-043 Remember when Blueberry Sunshine Blue® took the gardening world by storm, with its co...mpact habit, fragrant blooms, and abundant berries? Well, now there is a much more beautiful and amazing phenomenon known as the BrazelBerries® -- a collection of edible ornamentals with ever-changing foliage colors, small plant sizes (just right for containers!), and plenty of yummy fruit! Meet Peach Sorbet?, one of the blueberries in this exciting new series. Peach Sorbet? is beautiful year-round, but its most dramatic season is undoubtedly spring, when it bursts into leaf with 4 distinct colors: peach, pink, orange, and green. All colors are often present on a single leaf, creating a confetti-like effect of bright, cheery hues in the sunny garden or on the deck, balcony, or patio. White blooms dot the foliage, followed by a generous crop of plump, juicy, richly flavored berries in midsummer. You might think the show is finally over, but as soon as the cooler weather of fall arrives, the foliage changes again. This time the leaves sport deep purple, plum, and magenta tones among the rich green -- strikingly beautiful! It remains on the plant all winter long, adding unusual tones to the grays and browns of December and January days. Peach Sorbet? reaches just 2 to 3 feet high and spreads 2 feet wide -- a good size for a mid to large container, and very showy in any setting. It loves well-drained, rich soil and full sunshine, attracting butterflies with its spring blooms and birds with its tempting berries. You will find it attractive every month of the year, and its easy to grow. Caring for Peach Sorbet? is easy. It loves acidic soil (pH 4.5 - 5.5 is best) in full sunshine everywhere but the hottest climates. If your soil is more alkaline, amend it with peat moss to increase the acidity. Good soil drainage is essential too. If you are growing it in a container, pick a fairly large one -- anything 16 inches in diameter or larger is preferred, since this perennial will keep setting new canes and spreading. Feed Peach Sorbet? as you would an azalea or another acid-loving shrub. In fact, you can even use fertilizers intended for rhododendrons, azaleas, and camellias on your Peach Sorbet?! Add a high-nitrogen feed such as bloodmeal to the mix as well. And that timeless home gardeners favorite, coffee grounds, is a great addition to the soil! Feed the plant at the beginning of spring and again later in the season. Water it daily in containers. When winter arrives, it will go dormant, and should be left alone. The following spring, youll begin to see green growth. Midway through spring, when the new growth is well-established, cut away any stems that do not show new growth. Thats all there is to it! If you like Peach Sorbet? -- and you will, we promise! -- be sure to try the other BrazelBerries® as well. Developed by the Brazelton family of Oregon -- fruit growers for decades -- they are self-pollinating, so you need plant only one of any of the varieties for fruit. But chances are, once you see the BrazelBerries® in your garden, youll simply have to have several! Enjoy the latest and most exciting phenomenon in edible ornamentals. Bring the BrazelBerries® home! Zones 5-10. read more

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Coveted for its compact, vase-shaped habit and its finely cut, silvery foliage, this Russian Sage is sure to draw stares of envy f...rom visitors (including butterflies!). Russian Sage is the perfect way to cut a ribbon of color through the sunny border or meadow. Ideal for xeriscapic gardens, it actually prefers that the soil dry out a bit between waterings. It also makes a fine rock garden subject, and is perfect in the baking-hot driveway area, as a sidewalk planting, or in urban tubs and planters. Rocketman is much better suited as a container specimen than the species thanks to its compact habit and high-impact color and form. Rocketman thrives in full sun and any well-drained soil, even poorly fertile or dry conditions. Pamper it the first season while it finds its feet, then let it go! Youll find it superbly tolerant of heat, humidity, drought, and cold. Butterflies and hummingbirds like it, too. 1 Quart Container. Zones 4 to 9. read more

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You and your birds will enjoy a perfectly delicious taste of the Islands with this carefree and breezy Caribbean-style feeder. An ...inviting outdoor eatery that sets the table for a crowd, Cabana Cafe measures an impressive 40 inches high with a 23-inch diameter. It serves up a distinctive style that adds beauty to any environment. An elegant umbrella mahogany roof and copper-banded bottom make for easy beauty while hard-working, rot-resistant PVC construction means you can relax and enjoy lazy days for years to come. Each of these quality bird feeders is proudly hand-crafted right here in the USA. Dimensions: 40 H x 23 diameter. read more

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US Plant Patent #22,350. Cultivar Name: COSEH 81. Large, outward- facing pink flowers gleam with white veins and lime green tubes ...around their cream-colored centers, creating an overall look that is truly magical! As these blooms mature they turn a deep cranberry red, adding another season of interest. The stems and foliage are exceptionally dark and handsome on this evergreen. Great for shady borders, healthy enough for the landscape, and compact enough for patio containers, this lovely cultivar gives you the ability to enjoy late winter color all throughout the garden! Part of the Gold Collection®, a revolutionary group of Helleborus that was bred by Hueger using new methods that ensure the plants are true to type and display the correct colors. With strong stems and good resistance to pests, disease, heat, cold, and humidity, this Helleborus is nearly unstoppable! Just give it shade and moisture and let it enchant you with its perennial bloomshow! 3½ Inch container. Zones 5 to 8. read more

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A neglected classic for the shade border and woodland garden, Pigsqueak is destined to become one of your garden favorites. Rich i...n foliage and flower color, it is easy to care for and always changing its play of color. The foliage on this plant is very thick -- it will remind you of a succulent -- and emerges a bronzy shade of green, only to turn dark green for summer and much of fall, then to acquire rich shades of burgundy for winter. Measuring up to a foot long and nearly that wide, the leaves are spectacular, especially in the bleak winter landscape. But the color changes on these large, leathery, evergreen leaves are only one of the merits of Magic Giant. This plant also blooms, setting cup-shaped flowers of magenta-red atop bright scarlet stems. It can be relied upon for a good show from mid-spring through the first few weeks of summer. Both the blooms and the leaves make long-lasting cuts for indoor arrangements, though you will love the color so much in the partly shaded border that you may have trouble cutting even a little bit. No need to fret, though -- this plant has plenty more where that came from! For all of this talk of giant leaves, Magic Giant is just 12 to 18 inches high and 18 to 24 inches wide. But it makes a far bigger impression than its size would suggest. Deer and rabbits leave it alone, dry shade and coastal spray do not bother it, and in general it is impervious to changes in soil and weather. Grow Magic Giant among your Hostas, Ferns, and Lamium. It is a good companion to other perennials as well as shrubs in the border. You simply cant go wrong with this one! Zones 3-8. read more

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Spring is the season of glory for this Epimedium, but you will be delighted by its ongoing beauty over three long seasons. Between... profuse spring blooms, new foliage of solid red, and charming red edges in summer and fall, this is a wonderful addition to the shade border. One of the very best Fairy Wings for showy foliage, Cherry Hearts begins spring with leaves of pure cherry red. These are joined by a flurry of white blooms on 12- to 15-inch stems, each stem bearing up to 10 flowers. The show lasts for several weeks, attracting butterflies to the shade border. By summer, the flowers have passed and the once solid red foliage is now a bright green edged in red. The lipstick edging remains all summer and fall, even in hot, sunny settings. Stunning! Best in partial shade, Cherry Hearts is a tightly clumping perennial that needs good soil drainage. A selection of the Japanese species, it is an adaptable and hardy plant, despite its delicate appearance. Expect it to reach 12 to 15 inches high (in bloom) and to spread about 18 inches wide. Beautiful in foliage and flower, it deserves a place of honor in the shade garden. Zones 5-8. read more

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This Rain Diverter Kit is designed to recycle rainwater by directing it from downspouts into collection barrels (not included) for... re use in lawn and garden watering. This Diverter is designed for use with Good Ideas reservoirs like the Impressions Bark 90 Gallon Rain Saver, Impressions Palm 50 Gallon Rain Saver, Rain Wizard 40, Rain Wizard Urn, or Savannah Rain Barrel. It can be easily installed on any standard 2 x 3 residential downspout. Installation takes about 5 minutes: follow the step-by-step installation instructions, which that are included. The Diverter is constructed out of 2 pieces of durable, UV-resistant polyethylene. This kit also includes a 4-foot high flow hose to connect the Diverter to a Rain Saver. That way you have some freedom to move your Rain Saver where you want it. The connecting hose is made of industrial strength tubing. Dimensions: 9¾ High x 6¼ Wide x 5½ Deep. Weight: 2½ pounds. read more

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Cultivar name: Munn 001 The beloved Full Moon Maple has never been so resplendent! This beautifully shaped, compact little tree de...lights with bright red spring foliage, chartreuse tones in summer, and autumn leaves of darker red. With an open form and good sun tolerance, it is adaptable, easy, and always beautiful. The show begins in spring, when new leaves unfurl a neon-bright shade of red. Long-lobed and elegant, they are attention-getting even from a distance. They keep their color for many weeks, only gradually becoming a bold shade of chartreuse in the summer heat. When the temperature falls in autumn, the leaves burnish red again -- a bit darker this time, and garnet-hued. The fall foliage remains on the tree for several weeks before dropping into a crimson pool on the garden floor. Moonrise is a vigorous grower, eventually reaching about 8 feet high and wide. It is adaptable to large containers, and makes a fine specimen as well as a standout in the border. The form is open yet well-branched, and it tolerates a bit more sun than many other Full Moon Maples. Best in partial shade and well-drained, acidic soil, this maple tolerates a wide range of soil types -- just about anything except high salt. It is a good choice for heavy and clay soils, and doesnt mind the heat and humidity of the south and midwest. A lovely garden accent, certain to become your favorite in both spring and fall every year. Zones 5-9. read more

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Cheyenne Spirit is a mix of bright gold, scarlet, orange, purple, cream, and more on stocky, wind- and rain-resistant plants with ...excellent uniformity, repeat blooms without deadheading, and great drought tolerance. Well-branched, vigorous, and beautiful, they attract butterflies, bees, and (in fall) birds to the garden, and look great in the vase, too. Zones 4-9. read more

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