This Royal grevillea is definitely a conversation piece in the garden.
EVERGREEN! WINTER-FLOWERING! HARDY! AND….DEER RESISTANT!
Unusual pendant clusters of beak-like red-orange buds hang on this plant from fall through winter.
In late winter the clusters open revealing red-orange honeysuckle—like blooms.
Sporadic flowers can appear almost year around and are LOVED BY HUMMINGBIRDS.
Fast growing and remarkable drought tolerant. Grows to 10 feet tall, 4 feet wide. Full sun lover, well drained soil a must.
This is an award winning plant and comes in pink or white.
It is the EARLIEST AND LONGEST BLOOMING daphne ever bred and flowers from mid-winter to early spring.
Perfusion of flowers, intoxicating fragrance and EVERGREEN. A great source of nectar for the hummingbirds in the winter.
Not fussy, (prefers well drained soil) deer and rabbit resistant. Grows 3-4 tall and wide.
An attractive, rounded shrub with deep green glossy foliage for SHADY AREAS.
BLOOMS IN THE DEAD OF WINTER. Flowers are followed by dark red berries.
INCREDIBLY FRAGRANT, grows 5 feet tall and wide. Takes well to pruning.
Full shade, dappled shade.
One of the most versatile plants in the garden and can make a fantastic contribution to winter colour!
Prefers a location slightly sheltered from the warmest sun (afternoon shade).
Well drained soil.
A classic problem is late winter bud drop - which occurs most frequently if the Camelia is planted under the eaves of a building and does not receive any natural rainfall or moisture.
A delight in any garden!
Orientalis Double Eopen Picotee, purple and white - available end of May/June
Niger - (white flowers) available early spring.
Anna’s Red Frostkiss (Available Mar/April)
Cheryls Shine Frostkiss (availavle Mar/April)
Creating excitement in late winter/early spring in the garden!
Great for cut flowers.
Love moist, soggy soil.
Elegant with gracefully weeping branches.
Grafted onto a standard form.
Full sun to part shade.
FRAGRANT & WINTER FLOWERING! Prefers well drained soil. Full sun to part shade (protection from the hot sun is appreciated). Remove suckers to prevent spread, otherwise extremely easy to grow, fuss free! Witch Hazel is a natural TOPICAL REMEDY with lots of benefits. Great source of nectar for the HUMMINGBIRDS. DEER RESISTANT.
”Jelena“: Deservedly one of the best Wtich Hazels, vigorous, vase-shaped habit with warm, fragrant, coppery orange flowers from late winter to early seeing. 8-12’ tall and wide.
“Diane”: Award winning, RED FLOWERING Witch Hazel.
”Arnold Promise“: Sweetly fragrant, grows 12-15 tall and wide (Ozark Witch Hazel).
FRAGRANT AND SHOWY!
Prized for its delicate fragrant blooms!
Blooms in LATE WINTER to EARLY SPRING.
Native to Japan and Taiwan.
Full sun to part shade lover, does best in well-drained soil.
Grows 4-6 feet tall and wide, bright yellow fall colour.
Love by hummingbirds not deer.
Features an abundance of magnificent violet berries from mid to late fall.
A gaurenteed showstopper!
One of the best ornamental fruiting shrubs.
Does best in full sun, very adaptable to both dry and moist locations.
Grows to 8’ x8’, takes well to pruning, and is DEER RESISTANT.
A wonderful shrub with multi-season beauty!
FRAGRANT FLOWERS IN LATE WINTER to early spring!
Foliage transforms to bright hues in autumn.
An excellent landscape accent.
Full sun to partial sun and grows 8 feet tall and wide.
Great source of nectar!
An phenomenal find with twisting, contorted branch habit and rich burgundy-red foliage!
A stunning and strong accent in both summer and winter, when the branches peak visibility!
Beautiful pink catkins hang below the twisted branches from late winter to early spring before the leaves emerge.
Crinkled foliage emerges burgundy and matures to a rich, dark purple in the summer before turning OUTSTANDING red in fall!
Self-pollinating edible nuts.
Grow to 12 ‘ x 12” , prefers full sun and well drained soil.
TRIVE IN BOGGY CONDITIONS!
Often used for stream side restoration projects.
In spring it has clusters of lacelike white flowers that attracts pollinators.
In fall, flowers are replaced with white berries that are prized by birds!
6-9 feet tall, spread 8-12
Full sun to part shade.
Shade loving! Providing multi-season interest.
Flowers are lightly scented, attracting pollinators.
Berries are edible (great for jellies) and loved by birds.
Medicinal uses (anti-inflammatory properties).
Grows 6-8 feet tall.
Brilliant red foliage develops in fall and persists through winter!
Grows in a neat, low, evergreen mound that requires little care and no pruning.
Full sun, part shade.
Grows 2’ x 2
Prefers well drained soil.
Skimmia Japonica “Rubella”: a compact male variety. Red buds (good feature in winter) gives way to white-pink flowers in spring. Attractive glossy evergreen leaves. Grows 3’ x 3’. Shade loving. Loved by 🐝
Skimmia Japonica “Rubinetta”: male. Dark red buds (winter interest)open to fragrant pink-flushed, white flowers in spring. Loved by 🐝 . Grows 3’x 3’
Smallest of the Contoneasters. A brilliant variety!
A very SHOWY DWARF variety, covered in a froth of white flowers in spring. Delicate arching branches, with SHOWY RED FRUIT IN FALL AND WINTER. Grows to 2-3 feet high and spread to 4-6 feet.
Takes well to pruning.
Extremely versatile and one of the smallest and most beautiful cotoneaster varieties by far! Extremely fine texture and keep its leafs and colour throughout the winter.
Paperbark Maple, Seven-Son Tree, Birch, Japanese Sterwartia, Strawberry Trees (Arbutus Unedo), Kerria Japonica (Japanese Rose), Laburnum, Japanese Maple varieties ….to only name a few!
Male and female holy. “Blue Princess” produces bright red berries in wintertime when fertilized. One male can fertilize 5 females. Grows approximately 10 - 15 feet tall and 8 feet wide and takes well to pruning. For best results plant in full ☀️ to part shade. Grows best in well drained soil. Easy to grow!