The Knockout rose is a good reason to love roses. With proper selection and placement, there are few other plants that reliably deliver more vibrant color and overall garden satisfaction, than roses. Roses can also be one of lowest maintenance plants in your garden.
A charming stand alone ornamental tree with vibrant fuchsia-pink blooms set off with deep wine foliage. As the leaves age they become purplish green and very dark. The unique deep wine foliage provides a striking contrast to the bright pink flowers.
Tuscarora Crape Myrtles give you vibrant color in almost all growing conditions. It doesn’t matter if your soil is sandy, loamy or clay… it’s even drought tolerant. No matter where you put it, you’ll enjoy full “coral pink” flowers.
A deer-resistant, evergreen shrub that has a rounded habit with light green foliage in warm weather. In the winter, the foliage becomes a bronze color. It is the fastest growing boxwood we offer. Plant in well-drained, moist soil in full sun or partial shade in an area protected by drying winds and severely low temperatures.
This vigorous, showy barberry makes a great garden accent with graceful, arching branches and purple leaves that develop light pink splotches of variegation. Pale yellow flowers and bright red fruit that hangs on bare branches in fall add to the overall appeal.
This rapidly growing landscape evergreen has fine, feathery, soft-green pointed needles on flattened branches. Needles turn dark blue-green in maturity. Matures to a noble, dense, pyramidal outline. Tolerates many soils, and should be grown in full sun. Grows 60'-70' with a 15'-25' spread.
A tasty, new, Oso Easy rose that produces an abundance of bright, candied apple red flowers. The flowers are large and single, accentuated with bright yellow stamen. Typical of all the Oso Easy roses the foliage is glossy and highly disease resistant.
Norway Spruce is one of the fastest growing of all the spruces. As the tree grows older, the side branches become horizontal, turning upward at the tip. Secondary branches hang downward from the main branches, giving the tree a graceful appearance.
so Easy Honey Bun has the highest level of disease resistance, and needs no spraying. The unique flower color ranges from blush-pink to butter yellow to creamy white. The abundant semi-double flowers bloom from mid-summer to fall. This plant is perfect for low maintenance mass plantings or as part of mixed borders and perennial gardens.
Large rounded clusters of enchanting pink blooms cover this upright, rounded shrub from summer through fall. It makes a charming companion to evergreen shrubs in foundation plantings or mass planted under tall trees.
Like all plants in the Endless Summer® Collection, Twist-n-Shout produces abundant blooms on both old and new wood all summer long. Lacy deep-pink centers are surrounded by gorgeous blossoms of pink or periwinkle blue, depending on soil type. Sturdy red stems and glossy deep green leaves turn red-burgundy in fall to offer year-round interest in the garden.
Flower buds develop on the previous year’s wood and then produce giant 6-8" blooms from midsummer to early fall. The pastel pink flower heads hold their color well. They make a dramatic hedge and are also excellent as solo specimens.You may dry bloom heads for added interest indoors.
'Diana' has deep green foliage and large, pure white flowers that bloom from mid- to late summer. Unlike some other roses of Sharon, its flowers remain open at night. It requires little maintenance and, once established, will tolerate extreme heat, drought, and poor soil. As a mature shrub, this plant can be trained into a small tree.