January 23, 2011

Hot Ornamental Picks this Season!

 If the day and night be such that you greet them with joy, and life emits a fragrance like flowers and sweet-scented herbs, is more elastic, more immortal - that is your success. All nature is your congratulation, and you have cause momentarily to bless yourself. 

~Henry David Thoreau

Here's a few of our hot picks for landscapes and gardens this season.
Check back often as we photograph how we used them to create color, texture and interest!

Little Lime™ Hydrangea

Arctic Sun ™ Dogwood

Black Beauty™ Elderberry

Brandywine™ Viburnum

Coppertina™ Ninebark

Fine Line® Buckthorn
Black Lace™ Elderberry

Incrediball™ Hydrangea

Midnight Wine™ Weigela
Invincibelle®Spirit Hydrangea

Summer Wine® Ninebark

My Monet™ Weigela

Little Henry® Sweetspire

Arctic Fire™ Dogwood

Bloomerang™ Lilac

May all your gardens grow!

*Photos by Proven Winners®


  1. so nice to see flowers and greenery!!!! Hydrangeas are so beautiful...

    I love your quotes and you redid the site didn't you? It looks FANTASTIC!!

  2. Love love love Little Henry Itea and Arctic Fire dogwood (tougher than nails.) In the midwest, have been extremely disappointed in Coppertina ninebark--a powdery mildew dog, even in good air circulation areas. Love the look of the leaves though! Summer Wine is superior because of its constrained proportions and seems to be less susceptible to p.m.

  3. I agree about the Coppertina, I put them in a perfect spot and all 8 immediately developed powderymildew..


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