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Latin Name: Buxus microphylla var. japonica
Description: An excellent medium-sized cultivar. Use as a substitute for English boxwood in sunnier locations or where English has died due to disease problems. Responds well to pruning. Deep green glossy foliage with little winter bronzing.
Description:‘Winter Gem’ is a Korean boxwood that typically matures to 2-3’ tall and as wide. It is an evergreen shrub that features small, oval-rounded, dark green leaves. Yellowish-green spring flowers are inconspicuous. Synonymous with and sometimes sold in commerce as Buxus microphylla var. japonica ‘Winter Gem’ or Buxus microphylla var. koreana ‘Winter Gem.’
Description: New for 2009! A gorgeous full-bodied plant with large, 8” white mophead blooms comprised of individual flowers atop deep green leaves. Ideal for containers, beds and borders, this beauty blooms from midsummer until frost.
Description: The first repeat blooming mophead Hydrangea. Remove spent flowers to have blooms from spring to fall. Cut emerging spring growth back to half to increase the number of pink (in alkaline soil) or blue (in acidic soils with sufficient aluminum) blooms.
Description: The Lynwood Gold Forsythia, Forsythia x intermedia ‘Lynwood Gold’, is an old time favorite with an upright spreading habit and big yellow flowers up the entire length of stem. It is one of the best and most reliable of forsythias. The flowering stems appear as deep golden wands in April. ‘Lynwood Gold’ is a dense growing plant with an upright habit. Forsythia is excellent for hedging, fast growing and tolerant of moist soils. ‘Lynwood Gold’ grows 6 to 8 feet tall and wide and does best in sun to light shade.
Description: Dwarf, cone-shaped form, dense, very slow growing, 2 to 3 feet tall. Leaves are awl-shaped and thin, with a conspicuous silvery band above, margin narrow, green, dark green beneath. Easy to grow in a wide range of cultural conditions. Excellent for use as specimen, windbreak or screen.
Description: Outstanding, evergreen shrub with dense, upright branches clothed in sharply pointed, bright green needles. Depending on variety, works well as a ground cover, hedge, screen or windbreak. Requires little maintenance. Very tough plant. ‘Angelica Blue’ is easily propagated. Has brighter blue foliage than some other cultivars.
Description: This ground hugging Juniper provides a dense mound of branches that radiate from the center. Foliage new growth is bright green turning to bluish green as it matures. Winter color has a purple tint. Wonderful groundcover or group planting on a rocky slope. Its foliage and form is best when left unsheared. Evergreen.