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Holly - Needlepoint
'Needlepoint' is a quality cultivar with fine leaves of lustrous dark green, bright scarlet fruits and steady, fastigiate growth. Heavy crops of red or yellow berries, to 1/2 inch in diameter, remain throughout the winter. Effective hedge, screen, espalier, or garden specimen. Older plants may be pruned into small tree. Easy and durable. Ext..
Hydrangea - Endless Summer
Endless Summer might well be considered the crown jewel among Hydrangea macrophyllas. This selection produces an uncommon sequence of large, showy, 8" diameter; mophead blooms until autumn frosts. Blooms, which are soil pH specific (clear pink in alkaline soil and blue in- acidic soil), occur not just, typically on old wood, but also new wood. A..
Hydrangea - Masja (Red)
The Masja hydrangea makes a big impression with its red blooms against its attractive dark green, glossy leaves. It produces masses of round, showy, red, flower clusters all summer. An ideal shrub for gardens, borders, a foundation planting, or a focal point. ..
Hydrangea - Nikko Blue
The Nikko Blue hydrangea has large, round flower heads that are a bold blue. The flowers bloom in late spring, over a rounded canopy of dense foliage. Nikko Blue hydrange have large, oval-shaped leaves that often taper to a point. ..
Hydrangea - Oakleaf
A large showy shrub for all seasons. Huge white blooms in summer turn pink in fall. Large, green, oak-like leaves turn reddish purple in the fall. Provide room for this showy plant to grow. Excellent for foundation and mass plantings and as a specimen plant. Maturing to a height of 8'-12'. An Oklahoma Proven Selection. ..
Kimberly Queen Fern
Bold and beautiful, Kimberly queen fern (also called sword fern because the fronds are straight and narrow) is easy to grow. The dark green fronds are perfect for adding tropical texture to shaded decks, patios, and other outdoor living areas. It's particularly striking in large containers as a specimen plant, but also plays well with other shad..
Possibly the smallest of the Loropetalum varieties, having a compact, more rounded form. Unusual clusters of pink fringe flowers bloom year round, accompanying the shiny, ruby red young leaves.  ..