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Friday, May 6, 2016
Posted By: Rebecca van der Zalm in Feature Products

This month, May 2016,  we are featuring ten new and unusual plants that are available at Art's Nursery. This collection is unique, varied and can be used in either sun or shade depending on the plant. So without further ado, here are 10 more beautiful plants to try in your garden.

California Glory Flannel Bush

California Glory Flannel Bush

Fremontodendron 'California Glory'

This beautiful evergreen hybrid Flannel Bush features rich, yellow, cup-shaped flowers that cover the shrub from May through August. It can grow to 20ft high and should be planted in the full sun. It is both fast growing and drought tolerant, but should be brought inside in the winter as it is only hardy to Zone 9.

Carolina AllSpice Bush

Carolina AllSpice Bush

Calycanthus floridus

This delightful plant produces maroon-brown flowers at the ends of leafy branches in late spring through early summer. The flowers are lightly scented with a strawberry-like fragrance. Blooms are followed by brownish, pear-shaped capsules that are fragrant when crushed. Deciduous. Carolina AllSpice prefers to be planted in full to part sun and likes moderate watering. It grows up to 10ft tall and up to 5-8ft wide. Hardy in USDA zones 5-9.

White Feather Hosta

White Feather Plantain Lily

Hosta 'White Feather'

This completely unique, new variety of hosta features attention getting creamy white foliage. As it is light coloured, it must have shade to part shade, otherwise the foliage may burn in the light and heat. It grows to a height of 14 inches and spreads up to 24 inches across. Hardy in USDA Zone 3. Available in June - pre-order using our special request form.

Perpetua Blueberry

Perpetua Blueberry

Vaccinium corymbosum x angustifolium 'Perpetua'

Perpetua is the first double cropping blueberry that sets one crop of fruit in mid-summer and then flowers and fruits a second time to provide ripe fruit in the fall. The berries themselves are smallish with mild and sweet flavour. The leaves are dark green, somewhat shiny and curly or twisted in the spring and summer. Semi-evergreen foliage turns deep red and green in the winter. New canes are bright yellow and red in winter offering unique interest for containers and gardens.

Southern Moon Yedda Hawthorn

Southern Moon Yedda Hawthorn

Rhaphiolepis umbellate 'RutRhaph I'

Southern Moon Rhaphiolepis is an exceptional, improved selection with proven strong disease resistance combined with a compact, mounding habit. In spring, a profusion of white flowers covers the shrub just prior to the new flush of foliage. Leaves are glossy, deep green with wavy margins. Excellent for foundation plantings. Evergreen. It prefers full to part sun and only occasional watering once established. Hardy in USDA zones 7-10

Crystal Fountain Clematis

Crystal Fountain Ray Evison Clematis

Clematis 'Crystal Fountain'

This striking clematis variety from noted breeder Ray Evison produces masses of amazing double flowers in late spring or early summer and again in late summer. Blooms are shades of purple, lavender, white and green. Its very compact, bushy habit makes it  ideal for the container on a patio or in a smaller garden. Grows only to a height of 6ft. This plant benefits from a light prune in early spring to keep it tidy and clean. Like all clematis it prefers full sun, but with its roots in the shade. Hardy in zones 4-9.

Riesling Pixie Grape

Riesling Pixie Grape Vine

Vitis vinifera Pixie Grapes 'Riesling'

The Riesling Pixie Grape is the worlds first line of dwarf grape vines. These small but precocious plants produce dozens of miniature grape clusters. They are easy to maintain, bit indoors and out. Perfect for the urban patio vineyard. The Riesling variety is a light-skinned aromatice grape originally from Germany. At full size, this plant will be 18-24 inches tall. It prefers full sun and moderate moisture. It is a heavy feeder so fertilizer 2-3 times per year minimum. If necessary, prune in late winter. Hardy to zone 3.

Spiders Web Fatsia

Spiders Web Variegated Japanese Aralia

Fatsia 'Spiders Web'

This desirable rare evergreen shrub has a fine white netting of variegation on the green foliage that changes with the seasons. It is an excellent plant to provide a tropical, lush appearance to an area of shade or part shade. Perfect near the pool or hot tub! It originally from Japan and is easy to grow in most soils. Grows to a height of 60 inches and spreads to 48 inches across. Hardy in USDA zones 7-9.

Dwarf Pomegranate

Dwarf Pomegranate

Punica granatum 'Nana'

Yes, you can grow your own Pomegranates in the Pacific Northwest! This dwarf shrub grows at a moderate pace to a height of 3ft tall with a similar spread. It blooms in late spring through summer with attractive orange-red blooms. Soon thereafter, the blooms transform into dwarf pomegranate fruit! It needs full sun and occasional watering - but increase the watering during bloom time. The plant also provides some deer resistance and offers attractive fall foliage colours. Hardy in USDA zones 7-11.

Wine and Roses Weigela

Wine and Roses Weigela

Weigela florida 'Alexandra'

Wine and Roses is a striking purple-leaved Weigela with abundant hot pink flowers in spring and colourful foliage all summer long. It often reblooms in late summer too! A great plant for a short hedge or mixed border. It prefers moist, but well drained soil in full to part sun. For best appearance, fertilize in spring and prune after flowering. Deer resistant. Grows 4-5ft tall and wide. Hardy in USDA zones 4-8

As always, call ahead to confirm availability as not all plants are in-stock all the time and quantity available may vary.

 

 

 


Friday, June 12, 2015
Posted By: Rebecca van der Zalm in Feature Products

Gardening is all about trying out the newest, the different and the unique. It’s about having plants in your garden you can’t buy at the grocery store. This month we’ll introduce you to 10 really cool plants worth trying in your garden. Some of these suffer from zone denial. In other words, they are tender and probably won’t survive our winter unless you bring them inside. Others are hardy and will come back year after year. Check them out and give these magnificent ten plants a try.

Indian Pink

Indian Pink

Spigelia marilandica

Spigelia is a neat, clump forming perennial with stiff stems clothed in glossy green, pointed leaves. In June, the stem tips produce cymes of bold, attractive flowers. Flowers are red and trumpet shaped opening to a yellow star. Best grown in shade to part shade. Keep moist if it is planted in a sunnier location. Prefers moist, organically rick, well drained soil. Grows 1-2ft in height with a similar spread. Hardy to zone 5.

St Elmos Fire Firecracker Plant

St Elmos Fire Firecracker Plant

Russelia x ‘St Elmos Fire’

This stunning hybrid selection of the Firecracker Plant is larger than the common species with a more open, airy look and showier, deeper red flowers. Grass-like foliage is accented bright firecracker red flowers. This is an easy care perennial that blooms continuously from Spring to Fall with the occasional pruning of spent flowers. It’s perfect for tall borders or large containers. Will reach 4-6ft tall and 6-8ft wide. Prefers full or part sun. Hardy to zone 8 – will need winter protection or consider bringing it inside.

Fireworks Pennisetum

Fireworks Pennisetum

Pennisetum x advena ‘Fireworks’

Staying with the pyrotechnic theme is Fireworks Pennisetum. This spectacular warm season tender perennial grass has narrow, arching leaves that are a kalaedoscope of hot pink, green, white and dark burgundy. Fluffy bottlebrush flowers are a deep burgundy and sway in the wind. It is deer resistant and makes a nice cut flower too. Drought tolerant once established. As an annual, it will not survive our winters unless brought inside. Prefers full sun, moist, but well drained soil and grows 1-2ft high and wide. Hardy in zones 9-11

Mojito Elephant Ear | Colocasia

Mojito Elephant Ear

Colocasia ‘Mojito’

For the water gardeners out there, we’ve brought in a unique Colocasia called ‘Mojito’. This tropical plant is well suited for the pondside or patio water feature or tropical garden. Its speckled and mottled green heart-shaped foliage with darker splotches is uniquely attractive. Prefers the heat of the sun but will tolerate part shade. Grows 3-4ft tall and 2-3ft wide. It should be kept moist or planted near a water feature where it can grab its own moisture

Midknight Blue Agapanthus

Midknight Blue Agapanthus

Agapanthus x ‘Monmid’

Midknight Blue is a striking new variety of Agapanthus with deep, violet-blue flowers held in tight clusters on tall stalks. Lush, strap-like foliage is bright green. A great plant for a tropical border, poolside or a container. Will attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Blooms mid to late spring. Prefers full sun. Needs regular watering when newly planted, but is water wise once established. Grows 3-4ft high. Will benefit from winter protection. Hardy to zone 7.

Golden Milkweed | Butterfly Weed

Golden Butterfly Weed / Milkweed

Asclepias curassavica ‘Silky Gold’

If you want butterflies in your garden – plant one of these! The Golden Butterfly weed, or Asclepias is a summer flowering perennial (annual in our climate) that butterflies just love. Especially the Monarchs!. Clusters of attractive buds open to gold and yellow flowers. It is a well behaved plant that requires little attention once established. Prefers full sun. Grows 3-4ft tall and 2-3ft wide. Hardy to zone 8 – treat it like an annual or bring it inside for the winter.

Berry Canary Tender Foxglove | Digiplexis

Berry Canary Tender Hybrid Foxglove

Digiplexis Berry Canary

This outstanding hybrid is the result of breeding between Digitalis (Foxglove) and a Digitalis relative from the Canary Islands, Isoplexis. Masses of beautiful, hot pink, tubular flowers have creamy yellow throats with burgundy speckling. Very large flower spikes appear over a long period, May to Frost, on tall stems. Very vigorous and definitely worth growing. Prefers full sun and a rich, moist, but well drained soil. Water well until established. Grows 1-2ft tall and almost as wide. Hardy to Zone 8.

Aeonium Zwartkop | Houseleek

Zwartkop Houseleek

Aeonium arboretum ‘Zwartkop’

This tender succulent is grown for its dark burgundy-black flattened rosettes. Yellow flowers appear above the foliage. Adds great colour and texture to dry borders, rock gardens, succulent planters and containers. Prefers full sun. Will turn more green if it does not receive enough sunlight. Grow in well drained and fertile soil. Can grow 2-3ft tall and up to 2ft wide. Hardy to zone 9. Bring indoors in the winter.

Tequila Sunrise Mirror Plant | Coprosma

Tequila Sunrise Mirror Plant

Coprosma ‘Tequila Sunrise’

Tequila Sunrise is an amazing cultivar of Coprosma that has jewel like foliage that is highly glossed and brightly coloured. In Spring, its new growth emerges emerald green with a gold margin, gradually becoming marbled with brilliant orange and gold hues. In the winter, the leaf colour intensifies to brilliant orange and red jewel tones. It is well suited for mild climates, we may be a little too cool for it as it is hardy to zone 8-9. Treat it as an annual or bring it inside for the winter. Tequila Sunrise Coprosma prefers full sun and looks best in group plantings and magnificent when combines with succulents. Has an upright pyramidal shape and can reach 5ft tall in the warmer climates.

Black Negligee Bugbane | Cimicifuga

Black Negligee Bugbane

Actaea simplex ‘Black Negligee’

Actaea used to be called Cimicifuga, and many gardeners still use the old name. This variety, ‘Black Negligee’ features lacy black foliage and lovely dark stems. Small white flowers on stems above the foliage have the scent of grape and jasmine. It’s a great accent plant for the mixed border or as a specimen on its own. When given lots of sun and water, it will keep its darkest colouration. Can grow up to 5-5ft tall and 1-2ft wide. Hardy to zone 6.

As always, please call Art’s Nursery in advance to confirm availability as our selection is always changing and these rare and unique plants may have limited availability.


Thursday, October 9, 2014
Posted By: Rebecca van der Zalm in Feature Products

As one of the largest North American growers, Monrovia is constantly introducing new and exciting plants, shrubs and trees into the gardens of Canada and the USA. In 2014, some of their more interesting selections include compact trees, colourful shrubs and a whole host of other types of plants. Here are six new selections available at Arts Nursery for Fall 2014

Enchantress Hydrangea

Enchantress Hydrangea

Hydrangea macrophylla 'monmar'

Enchantress is an exquisite new re-blooming hydrangea with stately ruby-black stems supporting big, beautiful, mophead flowers. Blooms continuously through summer with blue flowers in acidic soils and pink flowers in more alkaline soils. Flowers fade to lovely cream-splashed green. This variety is prized for cut or dried flower arrangements. It is an enchanting selection for the mixed shrub border.  It forms a rounded shrub that reaches 3-5ft tall and wide. Best grown in part sun to part shade in moist, but well drained soils. Hardy to USDA zones 6-9. If necessary, prune after flowering.

SilverRay Korean Pine

SilverRay Korean Pine

Pinus koraiensis 'Silverray'

Few things are as enchanting as a mixed collection of evergreen conifers in the winter garden. Silver Ray Korean Pine is a bright conifer with silvery-blue coloured, long needled foliage on a semi-dwarf narrow tree. It is a tidy landscape specimen for residential as well as commercial use. Forms a tall, dense screen when planted in a row or shines as an individual specimen. Grows to 8ft tall and 4ft wide in 10 years, ultimately reaching 30ft tall and 10ft wide at maturity. Best when planted in full sun and moist, but well drained soils. Hardy to USDA zones 4-9.

Camouflage Japanese Aralia / Fatsia

Camouflage Variegated Japanese Aralia / Fatsia

Fatsia japonica 'Camouflage'

Camouflage is a highly sought after new Fatsia variety from Monrovia. Each leaf of this shrub or small tree possesses an exquisite melding of yellow, lime and green, providing an illuminating effect in a dappled shade setting. Prized for its unique, highly textural foliage, it often blooms fall to winter, producing showy panicals of white flower clusters followed by black seed clusters. While Camouflage Fatsia is evergreen, it does better with some winter protection. Planting it close to the house, near or under overhangs or large trees is beneficial. Best when planted in part sun but will tolerate full sun in moist, but well drained soils. Excessive yellowing could be a sign of too much sun. Grows 5-8ft tall and wide. Hardy in USDA zones 7-10.

Ginkgo Jade Butterfly

Jade Butterfly Maidenhair Tree

Ginkgo biloba Jade Butterfly

Jade Butterfly is a new variety of deciduous Ginkgo tree that forms an attractive vase shape with bright green uniquely shaped leaves and lovely gold fall colour. Greenish-yellow flowers appear in mid-spring. It is a slow growing, dense foliaged variety that makes a striking specimen. Best when planted in full sun in moist, but well drained soils. Reaches 12-15ft in height and up to 10ft wide. Hardy in USDA zones 4-9.

Magenta Saxifrage

Magenta Saxifrage

Saxifraga fortunei 'Magenta'

Brighten the cool season garden with sprays of vibrant magenta-pink flower clusters held above compact mounds of fantastic, bronze tinged foliage.Blooms in late fall to late winter. Plant this quintessental woodland garden perennial along pathway borders, in a lightly shaded rock garden or add for contrast to mixed containers plantings. Best in full to partial shade. Grows 6-10 inches in height and spread. Herbaceous perennial.

Red Berry Holly

Red Berry Holly

Ilex x 'Rutzan'

While not completely new, this outstanding Holly variety is well worth the mention. Red Berry produces abundant crops of tiny white spring flowers, followed by bright red berries. Both are combined with dense, deep green foliage to create an annual spectacle. It is a beautiful specimen or a hedge. Use for framing an entrance or lining a drive. Maintains its dense form with little or no pruning. Evergreen. grows 7-10 ft tall and 4-5ft wide. Hardy in USDA zones 6-10. Performs best in full to part sun and needs regular watering.

 


Friday, June 13, 2014
Posted By: Rebecca van der Zalm in Feature Products

No other colour gets as much attention as black. While purists would argue that black is not a true colour, rather it is the absence of light, black creates interest, denotes sophistication and adds a sense of opulence to the landscape.

Black plants are excellent for creating contrast and interest. Position them in light areas. Avoid hiding them in the shade as they can get lost. Pair black-foliaged plants with lime or light greens, yellows, pinks and a variety of other colours for great effect. As they say in fashion, black goes with everything.

While there are very few true black foliaged plants, there are a number that are dark purple, dark red and near-black. Below are a few of our favourite black foliaged plants.

Black Lace Elderberry

Black Lace Elderberry

Sambucus nigra ‘Black Lace’

Black Lace has intense purple black foliage that is finely cut. Has an appearance vaguely similar to a Japanese Maple. Creamy pink flowers appear in spring. Very cold hardy and easy to grow. Prefers sun to part shade. Grows to 6ft tall and wide.

Black Tower Elderberry

Sambucus ‘Black Tower’

Black Tower Elderberry

While it may be the second Sambucus on our list, it may actually be more striking. Deep purple, almost black foliage make it a great contrast item with anything in your yard that’s green, golden or pink. Blooms with bunches of pink flowers throughout the summer. Also makes a great stand-alone plant too! Black Towers gets its name from its upright or columnar style growth habit making it ideal for todays smaller yards. Prefers full sun. Grows 6-8ft tall and 3-4ft wide.

Black Mondo Grass

Black Mondo Grass

Ophiopogon arabicus

This classic, extremely popular ornamental grass features true black, strap-like leaves forming in slowly spreading clumps. Excellent in containers, as a groundcover or in the garden. Prefers shade to part shade. Grows to 10 inches in height.

Ajuga Black Scallop

Black Scallop Ajuga

Ajuga reptans ‘Binblasca’

This low growing plant features dark burgundy, almost black foliage with scalloped edges. Many small spikes of deep blue flowers bloom in late spring to early summer. Grows 3-6 inches tall and up to 36 inches wide. Planting in full sun with produce darker coloured leaves. Prefers little to moderate watering and any soil as long as it is well drained. Hardy to zone 7.

Dark Horse Weigela

Dark Horse Weigela

Weigela florida ‘Dark Horse’

Dark bronze foliage with lime-green venation combines with purplish-pink tubular flowers to create a dramatic statement in the garden. Neat, compact habit is easy to maintain. Dark Horse Weigela is a perfect accent or an element in the shrub border. Deciduous. Best when grown in full sun. Grows to 3ft tall and wide. Hardy in USDA zones 4-8

 

Weigela Fine Wine

Fine Wine Weigela

Weigela florida ‘Bramwell’

The second Weigela on our list, Fine Wine, is a compact plant with abundant hot pink flowers in spring and colourful purple foliage all summer. It is smaller than many other varieties and has a neat growth habit. Adaptable to many planting conditions but prefers moist, well-drained soil in the full sun. Excellent as a foundation plant or in a border. Deer resistant.

Cimicifuga Brunnete / Actea Brunette

Brunette Snakeroot

Actea simplex ‘Brunette

Formerly known as Cimicifuga, this gorgeous dark foliage plant has deeply cut, serrated foliage that emerges emerald green, maturing to brilliant dark purple. Towering creamy-white, slender bottlebrush flowers are fragrant as is the foliage. A standout in the shaded border, woodland or cottage garden. Prefers full to part shade and wet or constantly moist soil. Grows to 2ft tall and wide with flower spikes reaching 5-6ft. Also available is it’s darker foliaged cousin ‘Hillside Black Beauty’.

Ninebark / Physocarpus

Ninebark

Physocarpus

A number of varieties of Ninebark are dark foliaged. While most are not true black, they still provide great contrast and foliage for the garden. Notable dark varieties include ‘Diablo’, ‘Center Glow’ and ‘Tiny Wine’ . As there name indicates, these plants also offer layers of peeling, flaking bark for additional interest in the garden.

Platts Black New Zealand Flax

Platt's Black New Zealand Flax

Phormium ‘Platts Black’

Strong, upright growing spiky foliage with a dark red-black colour adds great structural interest to containers and gardens. Prefers a location in full sun and well drained soil. Protect in winter. Grows to a height of 3ft and 2ft across. Evergreen in warmer climates.

Purple Copper Beech Tree

Purple Copper Beech

Fagus sylvatica var purpurea

This upright growing tree features flossy, veined, dark purple leaves that turn coppery red in Autumn. Excellent specimen tree. Prefers sun to part sun and well drained soils. Grows to a height of 25ft and 15ft across.

That wraps up our spotlight on black foliaged plants. There are others, including dark leaved Dahlias, Dark leaved Canna Lilies, certain succulents and others. As always, call ahead, 604.882.1201, to confirm availability if you are making a special trip to see us.


Thursday, June 12, 2014
Posted By: Laurelle Olfdord-Down in Feature Products

Now available at Art’s Nursery – HGTV’s HOME Plant Collection - Smart, stylish gardening solutions from the experts at HGTV.

Get inspired by the style, beauty and colour of the plants in this exciting plant collection, HGTV HOME Plants. Want to know more about choosing the right plants? How to care for them? Which plants go together? We take the guesswork out with KNOW HOW! — tips and advice from the experts at HGTV.

In stock now (June 2014):

Smart and Stylish Shrubs from the HGTV Collection

Hydrangea m. ‘Double Hot Pink’

Stunning mophead variety double bright pink blooms last from late spring to frost, adding brilliant colour to your landscape all season long. Hot, hot, hot!! Prefers full to part sun and regular watering. This is a repeat blooming variety.

Weigela ‘Burgundy Fire’

Fuschia flowers are amazing against the bronze foliage. Best grown in full sun with moist but well drained soil.

Blueberry Petite Butterfly Bush (Buddleia ‘Blueberry Petite’)

Nectar-licious! Attracts bees and butterflies. Irresistible blue coloured blooms all summer through frost. Sterile so is NOT invasive. Best when planted in full sun and given regular moisture. Grows 3.5-5ft tall and wide.

Hydrangea p. ‘Blonde Galaxy’

Lovely large strong white blooms. Tidy upright growth. Best in part sun / part shade with moist but well drained soil.

Licorice Stix Elderberry (Sambucus ‘Licorice Stix’)

Deep mysterious black burgundy leaves, columnar and compact growth, dramatic hot pink clusters of flowers open to white. Best when planted in full sun and watered regularly. A nice compact grower that will fit into tight spaces.

This is just the beginning of this great plant collection, more plants will be added and come available in time. To check out the whole collection and get some great tips on design and care, check out the HGTV website


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