Seven-son flower was named the 2011 Shrub of the Year by the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum and a Plant of Merit by Missouri Botanical Garden Kemper Center for Home Gardening.
This elegant hydrangea boasts clusters of creamy white star-shaped blooms that grow up to 4 inches across.
A subtropical Brazilian shrub that comes into its own in the heat of the summer and keeps flowering until frost.
A beautiful, fragrant, and colorful rose with a tidy, manageable size and shape.
Though the plant is a showstopper, it’s not a diva. It is exceptionally tolerant of urban conditions and can take drought, heat, and blazing sun without the slightest bit of wilting.
A notoriously tough evergreen that is easy to grow in difficult spots.
A large, dense hedge bearing clusters of tiny, blue-gray berries.
A welcome pop of color and structure in a winter garden.
A striking shrub that will brighten a bleak winter landscape.
A hardy, slow-growing pine with soft green needles and purplish-brown cones.