A thing of beauty is a job forever.
- Milton Berle
Be the first in your neighborhood to display this beautiful rose.
Double Knockout Roses
Alternative Name: Radtko
Hardiness Zones: 4 5 6 7
Sun/Shade Preference(s): Full sun to partial shade, very shade
Description: Double Knockout is more floriferous than Knockout
and raises the bar with petal counts of 18 - 25 -- twice the number of
Knockout, borne 3 - 6 on a stem. The additional petals present a fuller,
richer cherry red inflorescence that is simply breathtaking. These
blooms of shiny fire engine red are about 2 1/2" wide. Without
dead-heading, the blooms maintain a continuous show of color from early
June to hard frost with beautiful foliage almost year round. The new
growth is a dramatic burgundy red.
Double Knockout presents itself in a more, dense compact (3 - 4 feet)
and upright fashion than Knockout's 5 - 6 foot height and broad,
spreading form. This beautiful plant has a natural resistance to black
spot, as well as other diseases and insects.
Endless Summer Bloom|
Hydrangea macrophylla Endless Summer
Alternative Name: Bailmer
Hardiness Zones: 4 5 6 7 8 9
Sun/Shade Preference(s): Prefers
morning sun and afternoon shade.
Description: Our most popular 2003 plant introduction. Recapture
the feeling of a never-ending summer with ‘Endless Summer’, the first
Hydrangea macrophylla that blooms on both old and new wood for
repeat-blooming color all season long. In addition to repeat blooms,
‘Endless Summer’ is unusually hardy, even in Zone 4 climates. It
produces big, showy flower mops – clear pink blooms in alkaline soils
and blue blooms in acid soils. Makes an excellent choice for foundation,
specimen and shrub or perennial borders.
Mature Size:3-5 feet width and height
Endless Summer Bush|
Your landscape will soar to
new heights with this fantastic native!
Brilliant Fall Color!
Glossy Green Leaves
that turn Scarlet.
Black Tupelo, Sour
Alternative Name: Nyssa
Hardiness Zones: 5 6 7 8 9
Sun/Shade Preference(s): Prefers sun to partial shade
Description: One of our most beautiful native trees. The
leaves are a lustrous dark green in spring and summer. In fall
they change to shades of flourescent yellow to orange, to scarlet and
purple. One of the best and most consistent trees for fall color.
The bark is sometimes scaly and sometimes block-like, but always
handsome. The habit of this tree is also variable. It often
exhibits a somewhat pyramidal form when young with some pendulous
branches (think Pin Oak) but is often upright oval at maturity.
Black Gum responds impressively to good water
and fertilization practice; a typical tree will reach 12 - 15' over a ten year