Weve put together an array of great seasonal choices you may wish to consider. Need an idea on how to incorporate these in your landscape? Give us a call. Our designers will help you realize your vision. And remember, were always here to help you maintain these beauties well after they are planted.
Magnolia x Elizabeth
An exquisite small tree with glowing, cinnamon-hued exfoliating bark. Unusual trifoliate leaves. Grows to 20-25' at maturity. Great scarlet fall color. Location: full sun.
Large primrose-yellow flowers make this small magnolias vivid May bloom an eagerly anticipated event. Grows to 40-45' at maturity. An uncommon beauty. Location: full sun.
Glossy green palmate leaves create a striking visual statement for the shaded border. In March, clusters of bell-shaped flowers bloom in an intriguing range of colors from plum to rose and white. Grows to 12-18". Location: shade to partial shade.
A petite beauty which blooms in late March to April in glorious saturated shades of blue and violet. A nice addition to woodland edge or Rockgarden. Grows 4-6". Location: full sun to part shade.
A lovely surprise in the early Spring garden, Winterhazel features diminutive, pale yellow blossom chains dangling from elegantly bare branches. Grows quickly to 12' at maturity. A relative of Witch Hazel. Location: partial shade.