Landscape & Irrigation

March 2017

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Page 18 of 35 Landscape and Irrigation March 2017 19 Boulevard Nubia Clematis (Clematis 'Evipo079' P.P.A.F.) Exceptionally dark red compact re-bloomer flowers from both leaf axils and stems, resulting in flowers from the ground up. Use in large containers or short pillars. Up to 6 ft. tall. Deciduous. Zone: 4 – 9 Seaside Serenade Bar Harbor Hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens 'SMHAMWM' P.P.A.F.) New compact variety of the famed Annabelle hydrangea. Masses of large, white, smooth flowers on a compact shrub. Ideal for low borders or in containers. 4 ft. tall and wide. Deciduous. Zone: 4 – 9 Seaside Serenade Cape Cod Hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla 'HMUPSI' P.P.A.F.) A new classic for small spaces! Hardy, repeat blooming machine with large blue or pink (depending on soil pH) mophead flowers. Quickly reaches 4 ft. tall and wide. Deciduous. Zone: 4 -9 Seaside Serenade Fire Island Hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla 'HORTFIRE' P.P.A.F.) Long-lasting, white blooms edged in rosy-red on notably tough stems. A re-blooming compact mophead for massing and in pots. Quickly reaches 3-1/2 ft. tall, 3 ft. wide. Deciduous. Zone: 4 – 9 Seaside Serenade Hamptons Hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla 'HORTHAMP' P.P.A.F.) Huge florets of intense pink or blue hue (depending on pH) with thick, leathery foliage. Compact and repeat blooming. Plant en masse or fill a large container. 3.5 ft. by 3 ft. Deciduous. Zone: 4 – 9 Candy Apple Hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata 'SMHPMWMH' P.P.A.F.) Enormous lime-green panicles that age to nearly pure white, held atop sturdy stems that don't flop. Show-stopper foundation shrub in smaller gardens. Up to 4 ft. tall and wide. Deciduous. Zone: 4 – 8 Strawberry Shake Hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata 'SMHPCW' P.P.A.F.) Sturdy stems support big flower heads that start out white and mature to a delectable pink. High-summer spectacle for foundations, borders, containers. 5ft. tall and 4 ft. wide. Deciduous. Zone: 4 -8 Jazzy Jewel Andorra Juniper (Juniperus horizontalis 'MonGeo' P.P.A.F.) Gold-splashed foliage is tinged with purple and bronze in winter on this hardy spreading juniper. Wows-up slopes, foundations or along driveways. 2 ft. tall and 6 ft. wide. Evergreen. Zone: 3 -9 Burly Blue Juniper (Juniperus scopulorum 'MonOvr') Improved icy, cool-blue color and dense habit make this a standout choice in front of shrub borders, as an accent, or a large- scale, rugged groundcover. 2 ft. high, up to 8 ft. wide. Evergreen. Zone: 3 – 8 VIBE Ignition Purple Salvia (Salvia x jamensis 'Ignition Purple' P.P.A.F.) Prolific, compact, small-leaved variety with vibrant, deep- purple flowers. Notably heat and drought tolerant. Use in borders and cutting gardens. Herbaceous perennial. 2 ft. tall and wide. Zone: 7 – 11 Sparkler Arrowwood Viburnum (Viburnum dentatum 'SMVDE' P.P.A.F.) From lustrous foliage to creamy-white spring flowers followed by summer-to-fall clusters of blue- black fall berries, this is one for a showy hedge or tall border. Up to 15 ft. tall and wide. Deciduous. Zone 5 – 9 Golden Jackpot Weigela (Weigela florida 'MonRigney') Perhaps the brightest weigela yet. Contrasting yellow foliage and dark maroon blooms creates drama when backing a flower border or fronting larger shrubs. Up to 6 ft. tall and wide. Deciduous. Zone: 4 – 9 Seaside Serenade Cape Cod Hydrangea Seaside Serenade Fire Island Hydrangea VIBE Ignition Purple Salvia

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