Wayside Gardens Green Nantucket Decorative Brackets - Set of 2

Complete the look of your Nantucket 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 Nantucket Window Boxes. Includes 2 decorative brackets and 4 mounting screws. Dimensions are 32 x 15.5 x 15.5 Comes with a 15 year limited warranty. Available in red, green, white, black, and clay. read more

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Plant Patent 20,748 Perfect for todays smaller gardens, this spectacular Magnolia delights with a long spring-to-summer season of ...blooms, then frequently repeats in midsummer! More than a decade in the breeding, Genie lives up to its name with almost magical color, fragrance, and form. The blooms begin as striking blackish-red buds, help upright and very prominent on this well-branched little tree. They open into tulip-shaped blooms of dark maroon with reflexed tips of lighter magenta. Subtly scented with a sweet, rich aroma, they are indescribable in the vase, and stand out in the spring garden like beacons in the night. The first and much the heaviest flush of blooms begins in early spring in most climates, and can persist all the way to the first weeks of spring. The second wave, when it occurs, usually appears in midsummer, long after you expect anything! Its a welcome little bow of rich color! Genie was bred from cultivars of M. soulangeana and M. lilliflora by New Zealand plantsman Vance Hooper. The color of these blooms remains far more stable than that of others, another merit on this very meritorious tree! Expect Genie to reach about 10 to 13 feet high and perhaps 5 feet wide. A good size for a front-yard specimen, it also plays well in the border. Best in full sun and rich, well-drained soil. Zones 5-9. read more

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One of the most fragrant tulips in the garden, Barbados is full of surprises. The blooms begin solid green, their beautifully frin...ged edges tightly furled. Then, as they open, they turn a rich shade of crimson! Barbados blooms in mid- to late season, sturdy and strong on 20- to 22-inch stems. The flowers are single, but the petals are so wide, elegantly curved, and fringed that they can appear to be double until fully open. Best of all, they share their sweet fragrance with surrounding flowers in the bulb garden, and make a very sweet bouquet! Introduced in 1999, Barbados is an exceptional cultivar. Give it protection from harsh winds and rains, and cut the flowers just as they begin to open, so that you can enjoy the full majesty of their show for an extra day or two. If you want to leave them in the garden, be sure to plant them beside a walkway or in the front of the border, where you can enjoy the details of their color patterning up close! A splendid addition to any spring-blooming bulb garden, Barbados will become a favorite in the vase as well. Make it part of your permanent garden beginning this season! Zones 3-8. Pack of 10. read more

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Plant Patent Applied For. English Lavender might sound like an old fuddy-duddy plant, but not Platinum Blonde?! This old classic h...as a new, updated look, with broad, variegated leaves. The creamy white margins are spread high and lifted wide, as if the plant were showing of its new do. This innovative Lavender was bred in Spain by renowned grower Juan Ismael Momparler Albors, who gave Platinum Blonde? its cultivar name: Lavandula angustifolia Momparler.Not only does Platinum Blonde? have more foliage interest, it also produces exemplary English Lavender blooms. Bushy, well-branched, and exceptionally fragrant, this variety is a standout in butterfly gardens or any garden with lots of Lavender. Find new places to tuck this magnificent plant in your sunny garden and patio this season! A particularly compact variety, Platinum Blonde? grows 16 to 24 inches tall, with an 18 inch spread. Every inch of this space is filled with the broad variegated leaves on very dense branches, topped by purple blooms that begin in midsummer and continue for weeks. So bushy that it makes an excellent low hedge in the garden, Platinum Blonde? regales you with that balsamic foliage scent and sweet flower aroma before you even lay eyes on the plant! This lavender is semi-evergreen, so if you live in a warm climates, it will persist through winter. And like all lavender, it is repellent to deer, who prefer to nibble on less strongly-scented plants. Once established, Platinum Blonde? is also very drought-tolerant, actually preferring soil on the dry side once it begins blooming. Both the flowers and the foliage are superb for cutting. A treasured herb, lavender is used for everything from air freshener to dream pillows, and a sprig here and there in indoor arrangements goes a long way toward deliciously scenting the home. Give Platinum Blonde? excellent drainage, and pamper it the first season to help its root system become established. After that, you will find it quite self-sufficient, attracting bees and butterflies by the dozen season after season. If your garden doesnt already have lavender, add it at once! And if it does, consider adding some multi-season appeal with this glamorous new cultivar! This 2013 introduction is still undergoing hardiness testing. So far it has survived to at least -10 degrees F. We expect it to be hardy in at least zones 6 to 9. read more

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Plant Patent Applied For. Love Catmint but hate the flop?! Purrsian Blue is the solution! This dense, heavily floriferous new vari...ety offers flop-proof color all summer long in a neat, tidy habit! Naturally rounded, this fragrant little plant covers itself in bright blue blooms from the first hint of warm summer weather until autumn arrives. The flowers themselves are periwinkle-blue, surrounded by a darker violet calyx. Showy, intensely bright, and so profuse, they really pop in the perennial border or herb garden! Purrsian Blue reaches just 16 to 18 inches high, and spreads 24 to 28 inches wide in the sunny garden or container. The foliage is tiny, dark green, and deliciously scented with a spicy mintish aroma. Cats arent the only ones who find this plant irresistible! Butterflies and hummingbirds are drawn to Purrsian Blue for its nectar, while rabbits, deer, and other nibbling creatures avoid it because of its fragrance. Its the perfect combination! Our friends at Walters Gardens came up with this fantastic new plant (dont you love the name?), and we think Purrsian Blue is destined to be a success. After all, we all love the idea of Catmint in the garden, and now we can show off a plant that wont look tired by midsummer, no matter how many times Freckles and Mittens roll in it! Zones 3-8. read more

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Dense, multi-stemmed plants with neatly-lobed green leaves make this heirloom Fig one of the most ornamental in the family. Sweet ...and juicy fruits ripen in summer, offering a lovely ingredient for sauces, jams, and jellies! Named for the daughter of immigrants that brought the tree over from Italy, this long-lived fig will be a treasured heirloom for your family, too! Cannot ship to AZ. 1 Quart Container. Zones 6 to 9. read more

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Plant Patent Applied For. Gardeners have long known the joys of growing Weigela, and even more are going to have the chance with t...his charming little dwarf! My Monet® Sunset only grows 12-18 high and 18-24 wide, making it perfect for small spaces, such as front-of-the-border plantings or containers. Grown mostly for its colorful golden foliage, which turns to red in the fall, Sunset is occasionally decorated with trumpet-shaped, dark pink, hummingbird- and butterfly-attracting blooms throughout summer. It tends to be unpalatable to deer, however, so you dont have to worry about night-time feeders damaging it. Sunset prefers well-drained soils but is extremely adaptable to other types of soil, and with its wonderful versatility, youll change how youve always thought of using shrubs. Its diminutive size allows you to use it in the same way you would a low-growing perennial or annual, as a groundcover, or in a mass planting. Its multi-season color and ease of growth will bring you years of enjoyment, no matter where you plant it! Plant Sunset in full sun to partial shade. Pruning typically isnt necessary, but if it is, its best to do so immediately after flowering. Zones 5-8. read more

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Elegance, comfort, and durability come together in this beautiful garden bench. Made of sustainably harvested, weather-resistant E...ucalyptus, and inspired by the designs of renowned British architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens, it boasts great lines on the bench back and rounded, slatted armrests, for an effect thats inviting and graceful. Its the perfect garden accessory, providing a comfortable place to sit, relax, and enjoy the beauty of your landscape! Easy assembly. Dimensions: 23 W x 54 L x 39 H. The perfect finishing touch for your Lutyens Garden Bench, is the 2-inch-thick, high-density foam cushion. It brings long-lasting comfort, allowing you to enjoy your garden even more! The attractive green fabric complements all three benches: white, black, or natural. Ties allow it to be secured to the seat, and the zippered cover comes off for easy cleaning. Dimensions: 42½ W x 18¼ D x 2 H. read more

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Design the tulip garden you have always wanted with Oxford Red, a classic Darwin Hybrid that represents the very best in Tulips: t...he fire-engine red color, the egg-shaped blooms, the long-lasting presence in garden or vase. If youre looking for the tulip, Oxford Red is the one! Classified as a Single Late Tulip, Oxford Red blooms in mid-spring in most climates, its flowers remaining for 3 weeks or more. They begin with the classic egg shape of the Darwins, gradually opening into a wide bowl shape. Fabulous! Oxford Red reaches 20 to 22 inches high and spreads up to a foot wide, though you may want to plant the bulbs closer together for dazzling dense coverage. Zones 3-8. Pack of 10. read more

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Plant Patent Applied For. Colorful Heucherella are nothing new, but the play of orange tones on Copper Cascade is something beyond... compare. And the colors just become darker and more vibrant in summer heat and humidity! Copper Cascade stands up effortlessly even to the punishing summers of the south and southwest, keeping its densely layered, mounded form and improving its already brilliant hues. Here or there a leaf may green out or turn scarlet, depending on sunlight and weather, but overall the effect is strikingly true to its name, Copper Cascade. The shiny orange leaves feature striking deep red veins below peachy lobes, the two working together to create a dazzling coppery effect. Expect this spreading Heucherella to reach only 8 inches high, but 28 inches wide. In late spring, creamy white blooms peek over the foliage, adding another 4 inches of height in a charming display. Attractive to butterflies, they can be left on the plant or snipped as filler for indoor arrangements. And as they pass, the amber, orange, and apricot tones of the spring leaves turn to richer cinnamon, burnt umber, and copper with the hot weather of summer. Magnificent! Copper Cascade fares best in partial shade, though it will tolerate full shade as well. It prefers soil that has been amended with organics, but once established in the garden is quite tolerant of less-rich conditions. In mild and warm climates it remains evergreen through winter; farther north, it will die back to the ground, only to regrow rapidly in spring. Vigorous and well-branched, it needs no coddling or encouragement to quickly form a dense, bold, over-the-top presence that demands attention and inspires admiration. Copper Cascade truly shines wherever it can trail down--a hanging basket, mixed container, or raised pot, but it also makes a glorious groundcover among other shade-lovers like Hosta, Helleborus, Pulmonaria, and Actaea, as well as its cousins Heuchera and Tiarella. Impervious to most pests and diseases, this adaptable perennial is a good choice for groundcover and mass planting as well as accent use in the border and in containers. Simply plant it in shade and give it average water, and it will delight for years! Zones 4-9. read more

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Plant Patent Applied For. Cultivar name: OByrne A greatly improved selection of the native Barberry, this neatly mounded beauty of...fers brilliant orange foliage edged in chartreuse. The branching is excellent and the color strong (as well as burn-resistant) on this deciduous tree, which is left alone by deer but visited frequently by songbirds. Tangelo stands up to drought and is wheat-rust resistant, with a vigorous growth habit and breathtaking two-toned foliage. Make it a focal point in your sunny landscape! The Sunjoy® series of Berberis is an exciting new group of compact, dense, deciduous shrubs that offers burn-resistant foliage in a vivid array of colors! They need no pruning to stay neat, dont mind urban pollution, tend to be ignored by deer, and maintain their bright shades from spring until frost. Wonderful additions to the already beautiful Barberry family! Standing 4-5 high and wide untrimmed, it can be pruned, if you desire, during the summer. Tangelo grows well in most conditions but prefers well-drained soil. Its size, lovely foliage, and adaptability make it great for borders, groupings, mass plantings, or almost anywhere else youre looking for a splash of long-lasting color! Zones 4-8. read more

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