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Newest Plants on the Block

by Christa Kenefick (Store Manager)

Every year new plant varieties are introduced and this year is no exception. The following plants are just a small sample of what I am excited about for spring 2011. It will be here sooner than you think!
Inside this issue:

Solutions for
drought devastation    1

Free Garden
Classes                        1

Seasonal
Employment                 1

Value of Time
for Plants is Priceless 2

Lawn Care Program 4
Perennials:

Coreopsis ‘Sienna Sunset’: Tickseed
Like it’s parent ‘Crème Brulee’ in habit and size, but with darker, sienna colored flowers that lighten to peach. Sun

Coreopsis ‘Route 66’: Tickseed

Yellow blooms adorned with a splash of burgundy-red in the centers. The red centers bleed into the yellow petals, creating an interesting floral display. Sun

Coreopsis Big Bang ‘Cosmic Eye’: Tickseed

Blooming from mid to late-season, with abundant 2” sunny yellow flowers and showy burgundy red eyes. Sun

Echinacea ‘Hot Papaya’: Coneflower

A beautiful new selection producing reddish-orange pom-pom type flowers. Blooms mid to late summer. Sun

Heuchera ‘Midas Touch’: Coral Bells

Peach and gold foliage that is deeply veined with a ruffled texture. Great fall color; part-shade

Heuchera ‘Autumn Leaves’: Coral Bells

Vibrant red spring foliage that will evolve to a ruby red by fall. Good heat and humidity tolerance. Drought tolerant with winter color. Part-sun

Shrubs:
Hydrangea Vanilla Strawberry
Large flowers begin creamy white but turn pink two weeks later and then become strawberry red or even burgundy, retaining that shade for about 3-4 weeks. New flower heads continue opening into late summer, so plants display all three color stages at any one time. Sun
Hydrangea Bella Anna

A remarkable reblooming magenta-pink Hydrangea Arborescens and the newest addition to the Endless Summer® Collection. It has the ability to bloom on old and new wood on sturdy stems. 6’ by 6’, part shade.

Hydrangea Great Star

Add star power to your garden with this paniculata Hydrangea. The flowers open to large white wavy star shaped florets that can be up to 4" in width. Flowering starts mid summer and will last until the first hard frost to give your garden lasting summer star power.

Ninebark Little Devil

This cute little devil will add deep burgundy foliage color to your garden in a compact, easy to grow and maintain shrub. An exciting improvement to ninebark selections, Little Devil™ is great for every garden but especially useful for smaller urban gardens or where low maintenance is desired, as it needs little to no pruning and is free from pest and disease issues

Trees:
Maple Sienna Glen

A broad pyramidal form, fine texture and interesting fall coloration. The leaves are smaller than most maples and turn orange to red in fall. Resistant to frost cracking, sunscald and dieback. Matures at 60'; 40' spread.

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