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Weigela

Weigela 'Rumba' (Weigela florida)

Compact, deciduous shrub produces masses of tubular red flowers in spring. Light green leaves are edged with burgundy. The trumpet-shaped blooms are a magnet for hummingbirds and butterflies. An easy-care, low maintenance deciduous shrub.

Weigela

Weigela 'Victoria' (Weigela florida)

Gorgeous purple foliage contrasts nicely with the pink flowers clusters. Weigelas are a low care, high return landscape choice. Flowers are loved by hummingbirds.

Weigela

Weigela (Weigela florida)

Weigela are a low care, high return landscape choice. An abundance of funnel shaped blooms and lush foliage growth are easily encouraged with an annual pruning, after flowering is complete. Foliage ranges from green to purplish green and even variegated, depending on variety. Blooms…

Western Arborvitae, Western Red Cedar

Western Arborvitae, Western Red Cedar 'Forever Goldy' (Thuja plicata)

The striking golden color of this shrub makes it stand out when its placed amongst darker green plants. A naturally smaller shrub, it's ideal for using in the back of small-space gardens or in large patio containers. The foliage turns a nice orange color in autumn. U.S. Plant Patent…

Western Arborvitae, Western Red Cedar

Western Arborvitae, Western Red Cedar 'Green Giant' (Thuja plicata)

This is a hardy, easy-to-grow plant that has a naturally conical shape and deep green, dense foliage all the way to the ground. 'Green Giant' stays green all year round, never losing its foliage, and grows better in the South than other Western Arborvitae.

Western Arborvitae, Western Red Cedar

Western Arborvitae, Western Red Cedar (Thuja plicata)

Also known as Western Red Cedar, plicata is a tall, columnar species of Thuja. Named varieties within this species offer a choice of mature sizes to fit any landscape, as well as a range of colors from dark green to gold striped.

White Cedar, Eastern Arborvitae

White Cedar, Eastern Arborvitae 'Brabant' (Thuja occidentalis)

This rugged North American native Cedar has dense foliage, great evergreen color, and it’s a fast grower. The vertical growth habit is ideal for small garden spaces. Evergreens provide a welcome refuge for wildlife seeking shelter or a nesting site.

White Cedar, Eastern Arborvitae

White Cedar, Eastern Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis)

Cedar are feathery-foliaged evergreens with varieties suited to a multitude landscape styles and settings. Their dense growth habit means they look great solo or grouped for hedging.

White Currant

White Currant 'White Imperial' (Ribes rubrum)

A white-berried version of the popular red currant. This is an old variety, introduced in 1895, and still prized for its exceptionally sweet berries. Small clusters of yellow-green flowers in spring are followed by translucent white berries blushed with pink. Wonderful for a variety…

White Fir

White Fir (Abies concolor)

Evergreen tree provides color throughout the year. Columnar form adds great structure to any landscape border. Blue green leaves and cylindrical cones improve with each passing year.