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An improved selection from Chicago (so you know it’s hardy, unless you are in North Dakota). Selected for huge flowers held on black stems and not much bigger than a Snowmound Spirea. This hybrid has the potential to be part of the “new normal” of landscape plant selections.

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A compact form with improved hardiness that has not produced any viable seed in fifteen years! Chicagoland Blues is upright yet small enough for smaller gardens with exceptionally long flowers held on black stems in the summer. Hybridized by the former V.P. of Horticulture at the Chicago Botanic Garden.

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A superior strain of the popular fragrant viburnum. More aggressive growth and better uniformity with the same fragrant flowers.

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Selected for its attractive new growth of red leaves (photinia like), changing to pink, maturing to a leathery mauve green. Fall foliage is a spectacular display of red and yellow.

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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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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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Richly hued merlot rose flowers on an extremely compact plant offers a low-maintenance garden solution. It also features dark bronze foliage. 

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