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Foxglove (White - Snow Thimble)

Similar in form to other foxglove selections but with bright white flowers and a very upright habit.


$6.00  $4.80

Geranium (Rozanne® Cranesbill)

Known for masses of saucer-shaped flowers which keep coming from early summer until frost comes. Lush green foliage sets off the delicately veined flowers. Perennial Plant of the Year 2008.



Honeysuckle (Kodiak ® Red Bush)

Kodiak® Red diervilla offers attractive red spring and autumn foliage, with red tones on new growth all summer long. Bright yellow flowers appear from late spring through fall.



Hosta (Curly Fries)

This dwarf selection features an arching habit with narrow, rippled, chartreuse leaves. Lavender flowers appear midsummer. Plant in morning sun to maintain the bright chartreuse foliage. 2016 AHS Hosta of the Year.



Hosta (Dancing Queen)

Large, ruffled foliage is bright yellow and is deeply ribbed. Sure to be a highlight in any partially shaded area.



Hydrangea (Annabelle)

Annabelle Smooth Hydrangea has stunning white flowers, often producing heads over 10" in diameter. Unlike the better known blue and pink hydrangeas (macrophyllas), Annabelle blooms every year even after severe pruning or intensely cold winters. The huge, white "drumstick" blooms appear in profusion without fail. Some people plant 'Annabelle' as a hedge since it can be cut back severely in the winter for a tidy effect.


'Annabelle' makes a spectacular show in colder regions as well as very warm ones. We've had reports that it is hardy even into Zones 2 and 3 in the United States (officially rated to to Zone 3). Forms of Hydrangea arborescens are actually native to eastern parts of the United States. If your climate is too harsh to grow macrophyllas, 'Annabelle' would make a wonderful alternative.



Hydrangea (Fire Light ®)

Fire Light™ is a terrific new plant with upright, dense flower heads that transform from pure White to rich pomegranate-pink. The thick and sturdy stems make a great presentation in the landscape. Proven Winners® Color Choice® Flowering Shrubs.



Hydrangea (Incrediball ® Blush)

Incrediball® Blush hydrangea bears huge pink flowers on strong stems. You can rely on this hardy ‘Anabelle’-type hydrangea to bloom every year.



Hydrangea (Incrediball ®)

This new and improved version of Annabelle comes with improved stem strength and massive blooms. Each bloom has on average 4x the petal count of Annabelle, and is held up proudly even after the rain. This wonderful introduction is sure to remain a top-seller for years. Proven Winners® Color Choice® Flowering Shrubs.



Hydrangea (Invincibelle Limetta ®)

This is the easy way to experience refreshing summer color every year. It’s as reliable as the classic ‘Annabelle,’ but offers big-time improvements, like strong stems that hold the blooms upright all season, and a dwarf, rounded habit that makes it perfect to plant anywhere, from foundations to flower gardens. In early summer, spheres of lime green flowers appear. They lighten to a soft green-white before turning jade green for the rest of the season. They last clear through frost for a persistent show that takes practically no effort on your part – they are great for both fresh and dried cut flowers.



Hydrangea (Invincibelle Mini Mauvette ®)

Enjoy blooms every single year, even in cold climates. It’s the same type of hydrangea as the classic and much-loved ‘Annabelle’ but instead of plain white blooms, the flowers are a deep pink-mauve, and they’re held up on strong, sturdy stems that don’t flop. The show begins in early summer and because Invincibelle Mini Mauvette is a rebloomer, it continues clear through frost for an endless supply of flowers for the landscape or vase (both fresh and dried!).



Hydrangea (Invincibelle Spirit II ®)

An improved version of the original pink 'Annabelle' hydrangea. 


Invincibelle Spirit II hydrangea represents the best in full-sized pink 'Annabelle' hydrangeas. It offers handsome, dark green foliage, sturdy, strong stems that prevent flopping, and large blooms of deep pink that age to an attractive green. Plus, it reblooms, delivering waves of fresh flowers through autumn. This North American native hydrangea grows over a huge range of the US and Canada, thriving in chilly USDA zone 3 as well as in steamy zone 8.



Hydrangea (Invincibelle Wee White ®)

Small space? No problem! Invincibelle Wee White® hydrangea is a dwarf ‘Anabelle’ type hydrangea. It’s a tidy boquet of white flowers borne on sturdy stems. Blooms all summer.



Hydrangea (Limelight)

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!


$35.00  $28.00

Hydrangea (Little Lime ®)

Little Lime is a dwarf form of the ever popular Limelight and sports the same great flowers and colour scheme, except it is about one third the size and is a great fit for smaller urban landscapes. Proven Winners® Color Choice® Flowering Shrubs.