Limelight Hydrangea is an award winning shrub by Proven Winners®. This beautiful paniculata hydrangea is one of our most popular shrubs that grow all across the United States. This bush has very large flowers that are held upright by strong stems. The Limelight hydrangea is a type of Panicle Hydrangea.
The Limelight Hydrangea flowers will start off lime green color, which is a perfect accent for hot summer days. As the blooms age, they turn to hues of cream, pink, red and burgundy. The fall color is just beautiful as these cone-shaped flowers last longer than most any other plant in the garden.The panicle flower heads can grow up to 12 inches long!
Short pikes of deep blue flowers followed by curly black seed pods useful in dried arrangements. Perennial Plant of the Year 2010.
Tall and very showy throughout the late summer months. Hardy and dependable.
Double layers, alternating of soft-pink and ivory.
Light, creamy yellow centers against a backdrop of bright carmine red. Petaloids top off the center for an extra splash of red on this unique blossom. Slightly fragrant. Peonies have large, spectacular blooms in late spring to early summer.
Hardy like the Saskatchewan climate it was bred in, the Red Bounty Raspberry produces large red fruit that is said to be sweeter than conventional raspberries yet still maintain some of that signature tartness.
A hardy disease-resistant variety producing black fruit with great aroma and flavor on a wiry shrub with enormous canes; this variety is non-suckering; raspberries are quite shrubby looking and requires a specific pruning regimen and protection from birds.