October 7, 2019

New woody plants

Physocarpus opulifolius First Editions Fireside


Fireside ninebark’s reddish new growth matures to a deep red-purple foliage that holds its colour reliably through the summer. Hardiness zones 2-7
Bailey Nurseries





Hydrangea arborescens Pinkerella 

Smooth hydrangea

Strong stems hold bright pink blooms tall and really show them off. Great as an accent plant and be sure to cut a few blooms for fresh bouquets or dry them out for dried flower arrangements. Hardiness zone 3
Van Belle Nursery; Hillen Nursery




Weigela florida My Monet Purple Effect 


My Monet Purple Effect has multi-coloured, variegated foliage, and is faster growing and more heat tolerant than My Monet weigela. Hardiness zones 4-6
Proven Winners; Canadale Nurseries




Salix candida First Editions Iceberg Alley 

Sageleaf willow

Iceberg Alley is a native plant discovered by the Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador Botanical Garden. The powdery, silver foliage of this small sageleaf willow adds texture and contrast to the landscape when combined with other colourful shrubs. Hardiness zones 2-6
Bailey Nurseries; Jeffries Nurseries; Willowbrook Nurseries




Potentilla fruticosa First Editions Marmalade


Marmalade is a double flowered potentilla with bloom colour ranging from deep yellow in high temperatures to orange-red under cooler temperatures. Hardiness zone 2
Bailey Nurseries; Jeffries Nurseries