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The first thing you see with Merlot Pink is the silvery-bronze foliage. It is not as dark as other selections, but the new growth has more of a reddish hue. It grows better than some of the mini varieties of dark leaf weigelas, though it is medium sized at 3′ tall by 4′ wide it […]

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Dwarf variegated sport of V. Minuet.

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V. pragense has very handsome glossy, dark green foliage. The creamy-white flowers have a hint of fragrance and once pollinated produce clusters of red berries that turn glossy black. This selection tends to be more cold hardy than other pragense clones.

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Sugar n’ Spice is a heavy flowering cultivar with the same sweet-spiced, floral fragrance for which V. carlesii is known. The flower clusters are smaller than average, but are much more plentiful throughout the body of the plant. Sugar n’ Spice is a standard sized plant with excellent density. You will never go back to […]

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Spice Island™ is a compact form of V. carlesii which develops much more uniformly during the production process. This cultivar branches better than other compact cultivars in the trade, making for considerably fewer one-sided or poorly structured plants. Pale pink buds open to white, sweet smelling flowers in Spring.

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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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