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Deciduous to semi-evergreen, slow-growing, compact shrub. Leathery, glossy, dark green leaves; highly tolerant to bacterial leaf spot. Abundant, pure white, 3-4 inch snowball inflorescences of tubular white flowers in early May.

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”Conoy’ is a selection from the cross of V. utile with V. x burkwoodii ‘Park Farm Hybrid’ made in 1968 by Dr. Donald Egolf at the U.S. National Arboretum. ‘Conoy’ is distinguished from other Burkwood viburnum cultivars by its compact growth habit, fine-textured, evergreen foliage (in zone 7 and greater), and persistent, abundant, glossy red […]

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”Conoy’ is a selection from the cross of V. utile with V. x burkwoodii ‘Park Farm Hybrid’ made in 1968 by Dr. Donald Egolf at the U.S. National Arboretum. ‘Conoy’ is distinguished from other Burkwood viburnum cultivars by its compact growth habit, fine-textured, evergreen foliage (in zone 7 and greater), and persistent, abundant, glossy red […]

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An upright, mid-size, early flowering and reblooming crape myrtle with sensational scarlet red flower clusters. Glossy foliage emerges red then matures to a dark green. Excellent powdery mildew resistance.

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This new, double-flowered Oakleaf Hydrangea has 12-14” panicles of flowers that age from creamy-white to a stunning combination of rose-red, olive green and cream. Each panicle is held by a super sturdy stem, which eliminates flopping. The plant grows 4-6 feet tall and shows off each fall with vibrant colors of deep wine and burnt […]

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In early summer, ‘Ruby Slippers’ is covered with 9 inch long inflorescences that are held upright above the foliage. Flowers open white, but quickly turn pale pink and then deepen to rose. Burgundy fall color.

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The reddest hydrangea to date, this beauty will dazzle you with glistening-red gemstone-like color and non-stop performance. Dark green leaves are nearly black when they emerge, and offer a lovely backdrop for the durable, repeat-flowering blooms. As the flowers age, they fade to a deeper, dusky red-wine color.

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A very compact hydrangea. As the flowers age, they change from one exciting color to the next. You will enjoy many colors at one time as each flower lasts for months. Revolution not only flowers on new and old wood and the flowers fade to magical color combinations of deep pink, maroon and true blue, […]

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A compact grower, whose apple green, lace-edged flowers open with a tinge of red becoming all red. The flowers age to green with red highlights.

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