All of us love vegetation which have some character. These are those that stand out and get us seen, and once we see them in a nursery, public backyard or a fellow gardener’s assortment, they go straight to the want listing or procuring cart. What unforgettable treasures will come to thoughts as you take heed to Danielle, Carol and their company reflecting on a few of their favourite vegetation with presence?
Professional Visitor: Karl Gercens is the supervisor of the East Conservatory at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Sq., Pennsylvania.
Rose Sensation™ pretend hydrangea vine (Schizophragma hydrangeoides ‘Minsens’, Zones 5-9)
Flowering Quince Double Take Scarlet™ (chaenomeles speciosa ‘Scarlet Storm’, Zones 5-9)
Hosta ‘Wu-La-La’ (hosta ‘Wu-La-La’, Zones 3-9)
Oakleaf hydrangea ‘Little Honey’ (quecifolia hydrangea ‘Little Honey’, Zones 4b-9)
‘Storm Cloud’ blue star (Amsonia tabernaemontana ‘Storm Cloud’, Zones 4-9)
Kodiak® Orange bush honeysuckle (deervilla x ‘G2X88544’, Zones 4-7)
marine heliotrope (Heliotropium arborescensZones 10-11)
Colorado Spruce ‘Straw’ (Picea pungens ‘Straw’, Zones 4-8)
titan arum (amorphophallus titaniumZones 11-12)
Jewel Tower (Echium wildpretiiZones 9-10)
Madeira Island Geranium (Madeiran GeraniumZones 11th of September)
Wooden’s cycad (Encephalartos woodiiZones 10-11)
Mule foot fern (Angiopteris evectaZones 10-11)
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