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These are the hot new plants that gardeners are raving about!
Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea
If you haven't read something about this plant in the newspaper, or garden magazine already, you definitely will. Vanilla Strawberry is the most talked about new hydrangea, and for good reason. This plant flowers from summer through fall. It's enormous white flowers will turn bright pink as they age. The blooms will last through winter turning a bronze color during fall.
Everyone adores the aroma of lilacs. Wouldn't it be great if lilacs flowered more than once in spring? Bloomerang Lilac does. It blooms in spring along with other dwarf lilacs and then will rebloom again during summer around the beginning of July. Plus, it is a compact lilac reaching a maximum size of 4 feet high and 5 feet wide.
Golden Ruby Barberry
This barberry has some of the brightest red color we've ever seen, plus it has a yellow variation around the edge of its leaves. This plant is a dwarf that will stay under 2 feet tall and wide, and is built for all the sunshine it can get.
Fall Fiesta Maple
The Fall Fiesta Maple is a sugar maple that has excellent fall color. A perfect shade tree that will have a fall color that will progress through yellows, oranges, reds. It is fast growing and can reach a height of 40 feet or greater and will spread 40 feet wide.
The Japanese Maple, a slow growing beauty that thrives in the shade. Known for its crimson color, ancient looking bark, and tremendous ornamental value. The Bloodgood exhibits a compact upright form, and has more broad leaves. Crimson Queen, a lace-leaf, has an elegant leaf and features a soft appearance and cascading habit.
Endless Summer Hydrangea
Endless Summer Hydrangeas might not be the newest plant, but it's certainly not one to forget. It has the most colorful, long lasting, and profuse blooms of any shrub. Flowers will be pink in our soils and can be changed to blue by adding a soil acidifier. Best for the east side of the house, or in part shade. This plant only requires attention to watering, and does not need fertilizing. Fertilizing will prevent this plant from flowering.
Coppertina and Summer Wine Ninebark are two colorful shrubs that are great for a sun to part shade area. Exhibiting a dark wine color with bright new growth and a small clustery bloom in late May. This plant is disease and pest resistant. A perfect selection to brighten up an area that has too much green.
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