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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.


Friday, April 11, 2014
Posted By: Rebecca van der Zalm in Feature Products

This month we're featuring a collection of interesting and unique plants that can grace any garden or plant collection.

rhododendron ebony pearl

Rhododendron ‘Ebony Pearl’

Ebony Pearl is a unique rhododendron with coppery green foliage that first emerges a deep, dark maroon. Broad, funnel shaped flowers open a soft mauve-pink and fade to white at edges with a ray of reddish-brown spots. Both foliage and flowers compete for best in show. Grows to a smaller size, 3ft by 3ft and like all Rhododendrons prefers a part shade location in moist, but well drained soils. Blooms in April and May

green giant fairy bells

Green Giant Fairy Bells

Disporum cantoniens Green Giant

This magnificent perennial was found and named by noted plant explorer, Dan Hinkley, in Sichuan province, china, Its bamboo -like shoots emerge in shades o pink, white and green, maturing to deep green. Fragrant, creamy-white flowers unfurl in nodding bells with the new growth each spring; flowers are followed by glistening black fruit in fall. Prefers full to part shade and grows quickly to 6ft tall and 3-4ft wide. Hardy in USDA zones 7-9 so may require some winter protection or a sheltered location.

leucocarpa heavenly bamboo

Leucocarpa Heavenly Bamboo

Nandina domestica Leucocarpa

It’s not often that a common evergreen shrub like Nandina gets revitalized with a new variety. This one made our horticulturists go WOW! Leucocarpa is an evergreen, upright shrub with bright green foliage during the year (as compared to most Nandinas that have green, orange, yellow & red foliage). Pannicles of white flowers appear in spring and are followed by cream coloured berries in fall. Grows 3-4ft in height and slightly larger spread. Hardy to zone 6.

curly red leucothoe

Leucothoe ‘Curly Red’

This special Leucothoe is an evergreen shrub with curling leaves in colours throughout the seasons. During Autumn, leaves are red and in early winter they become purple. As the plant is very hardy, the tick leathery leaves keep their color during the winter. ‘Curly Red’ is a good cover for shady banks and looks great in mass plantings. It is well suited as an undergrowth plant and mixes well with green foliage shrubs. A fantastic woody subject for mixed containers too! This plant prefers part shade but will tolerate full sun if kept moist. Soil should be moist, acidic and well drained. Stays short – grows to only 16 inches tall and about 18 inches wide. Hardy to zone 6-7

little twist flowering cherry tree

Little Twist Japanese Flowering Cherry

Prunus incisa ‘Little Twist’

This darling little flowering cherry tree features gorgeous double pink, rose-like flowers in large clusters in mid-spring. Branches are twisted and contorted offering off-season interest. Leaves are reddish, then green and turn yellow in the fall. Beautiful ornamental tree for small yards, Asian-inspired landscapes and feature gardens. Ornamental only – no fruit. Prefers to grow in full sun in moist, but well drained soils. Can reach 15ft+ in time.

kew green Japanese skimmia

Kew Green Skimmia

Skimmia japonica ‘Kew Green’

Another striking evergreen shrub. ‘Kew Gree’ has a compact habit and large clusters of fragrant white to pink flowers. Male variety – plant female skimmia nearby to produce colourful fruit. Prefers part shade and moist, but well drained soils. Hardy to zone 7.

cammelia costei

Camellia costei

This striking, white flowering camellia is originally from the forests of south China and produces single flowers in spring. Its elliptical evergreen leaves add great contrast to the blooms. Camellia costei is a great specimen plant or small evergreen tree in the garden. Grows to around 15ft in height and prefers sheltered, part sun locations. Hardy to zone 7.

bloom a thon pink double azalea

Bloom-a-Thon Pink Double Azalea

Unlike most Azaleas, the bloom-a-thon series allow you to enjoy months of flowers instead of just weeks. Double pink spring flowers rebloom in mid-summer, and continue to flower until the first hard frost. Prefers part sun and moist, but well drained, fertile, acidic soils. Prune to shape and fertilize after spring bloom. Grows 3-4ft tall and up to 3ft wide.

Russian tea plant

Russian Tea

This very hardy camellia species is used to produce tea in the plantations of southern Russia. It is a compact, attractive shrub and features fall blooming, white, fragrant flowers and dark evergreen foliage that can easily be made into green or black tea. Prefers full to part sun and well drained, acidic soils. Grows 4-6ft in height. Harvest leaves 2-3 years after planting.

If any other these wonderful plants catch your fancy, call us or drop by and visit us at Arts Nursery. As always, our selection is always changing. Call ahead 604.882.1201 to confirm availability if you are making a special trip to aquire one of these treasures!


Monday, March 10, 2014
Posted By: Lyle Courtice A.H. in Shade Gardening

Probably my most favorite place in any garden is a cool shady woodland setting.

Such reprieves are needed to help calm the nerves and revitalize the spirit. Lush growth, abounding textures and intriguing flowers and fruit all combine to create a serene space where one can admire and contemplate - what better place to spend a lazy afternoon.

Here are just a few of the marvelous woodland gems available this season (late March through April 2014)  to help you create your own shady oasis.

actea pachypoda misty blue

Doll's Eyes

Actaea pachypoda ‘Misty Blue’

Supernal native woodland perennial from Eastern North America with a mounding habit and lacy blue-green foliage. Tall stems of fluffy white panicles in spring through early summer are followed in fall by striking pure white berries with contrasting red pedicels. Tolerates most soil types but requires even moisture in light to medium shade.
Height: 60-90cm Spread: 60-90cm Zone: 3

arisaema_silverfeathers1

Japanese Cobra Lily

Arisaema sikokianum “Silver Feathers”

A selection of A. sikokianum with dramatic silver feather patterns in the center of each leaflet. The flower is a purple-black pitcher with white stripes and a greenish inside, the spadix is large, white and mushroom-like. Partial shade with sharp drainage.
Height: 40-60cm Spread: 20-30cm Zone: 4

beesia calthifolia

Beesia calthifolia

A beautiful clumping evergreen perennial from China, having glossy heart-shaped green leaves with that gasoline sheen; new growth is bronze-red. Tall spikes of small white flowers through spring and summer. Superb, tidy groundcover for partial shade; prefers a humus rich, well drained soil. Tolerates dry shade. Slow to establish.
Height: 30cm Spread: 30cm+ Zone: 6

coptis dissecta

Coptis japonica var. dissecta

Little known evergreen perennial from Japan's mountainous woodlands, plants form tidy clumps of glossy, dark green parsley-like leaves. Tall dark spikes of starry white flowers in early spring followed by pin-wheel shaped seed pods. Deep purple winter colouring. Average soil in light to medium shade. Carefree groundcover.
Height: 15cm Spread: 30cm Zone: 5

epimedium yokihi

Japanese Barrenwort

Epimedium x ‘Yokihi’

A vigorous Japanese hybrid that forms a broad mound of dark green leaves; deciduous. Wiry flower stems dance with spider-like blooms that have golden yellow spurs backed by bright cherry red sepals - absolutely stunning! Flowers early spring repeating in summer. Partial shade in average to humus rich well drained soil.
Height: 30cm Spread: 50-60cm Zone: 4

pteridophyllum racemosum - poppy fern

Poppy Fern

Pteridophyllum racemosum

Unique perennial endemic to the mountains of Japan. Plants form rosettes of dark green, fern-like leaves which are topped by short (30cm) spikes of pendulous clean white flowers; spring into summer. Prefers moist, humus rich, well drained soil in cool shade. Makes and excellent woodland groundcover or a one-of-a-kind container specimen.
Height: 15-30cm Spread: 30cm+ Zone: 5 (4)

syneilesis palmata - Umbrella Plant

Umbrella Plant

Syneilesis palmate

Sturdy woodland perennial from Asia that produces silky umbrellas that open to rounded, palmate leaves of medium to dark green. Panicles of fuzzy white flowers from midsummer into fall. Prefers partial shade and good drainage in a cool woodland site. Easy to grow and maintenance free!
Height: 60-90cm Spread: 60-90cm Zone: 5 (4)

How To Order These New & Unique Plants

These unique and unusual woodland plants will be available at Art's Nursery by late March or early April 2014, depending on the weather. As they are somewhat rare, please call ahead, 604.882.1201, to confirm availability as quantities may be limited. Pre-orders are being accepted.


Monday, September 30, 2013
Posted By: Rebecca van der Zalm in Feature Products

Some people plant geraniums and  heucheras, while others seek out the new, the unusual and the unique. This collection of rare and unique plants is sure to set the heart a flutter amongst plant nerds. Perhaps it's time to plant something different?

Ginseng Jade Dragon

Jade Dragon False Ginseng

Metapanax delavayi 'MonYuLong'

Collected by Dan Hinkley in China, this elegant and hardy selection offers unequaled texture to the garden. Its dense, rounded form is clad with long, fine textured, glossy green foliage. Flower clusters in mid to late summer lead to black berries, providing winter food for birds. Best in part to full sun. Rich, evenly moist, well drained soil is prefered. Shelter from harsh winter winds. Hardy in USDA zones 7-10.

Filamentosa Heavenly Bamboo

Filamentosa Heavenly Bamboo

Nandina domestica 'Filamentosa'

This evergreen to semi-evergreen shrub features fern-like, very finely dissected leaves in red-purple colours. Pinkish white flower clusters appear in late spring and summer. Prefers full sun and well drained soil. Gorws 3ft high by 3ft wide. Hardy to zone 5.

Pink Elf Saxifrage

Pink Elf Saxifrage

Saxifraga fortunei 'Pink Elf'

This excellent border plant will brighten up ap a shady garden providing a stunning display with sprays of pink flowers held on sense short stems above mounds of colourful foliage. Flowers bloom in late fall to early winter. The undersides of bronze tinged leaves are reddish-purple. Perfect for use in a lightly shaded rock garden or woodland setting, but also great in pots. Prefers full to part shade. Grows in clumps 6-10 inches tall and 8-12 inches wide. Hardy in USDA zones 7-9. Some winter protection may be needed.

Sprarkler Stachyrus

Sparkler Willow-Leaf Stachyrus

Stachyrus salicifolia 'MonEmeri Sparkler'

One of the finest late winter flowering shrubs for our temperate climate. Small gracefully arching stems are covered by narrow, bamboo-like evergreen leaves. Striking pendulous yellow catkins appear in spring. Flowers from late winter until early spring. Best when grown in part shade in moist, but well drained soil. Will reach 10-12ft tall. Hardy in USDA zones 7-10. Some winter protection may be needed in colder, more exposed areas.

Wild Swan Anemone

Wild Swan Anemone

Anemone x 'Macane001 Wild Swan'

Wild Swan is an exceptional new selection of Anemon offering prolific flowering from June until frost, surpassing that of the Japanese Hybrids. Pure white flowers with a yellow center are accented by a blue-violet reverse. Blooms are held high above deep green foliage. Does not re-seed. Perfect for massing in a woodland setting or spotting into rock gardens. Also makes an excellent cut flower. Best when planted in part sun to part shade in rich, moist but well drained soil. Grows to 18 inches tall and spreads to 24 inches wide. Hardy in USDA zones 6-8.

Grean Giant Fairy Bells

Chinese Fairy Bells

Disporum cantoniense 'Green Giant'

This magnificent perennial was found and named by noted plant explorer Dan Hinkley in Sichuan province, China. It's bamboo-like shoots emerge in shades of pink, white and green, maturing to deep green. Fragrant, creamy white flowers unfurl like nodding bells with the new growth each spring. Flowers are followed by glistening black fruit in fall. Best when planted in full to part shade. Grows fast to 6ft tall and3-4ft wide. Hardy in USDA zones 7-9. Some winter protection is recommended in colder, more exposed areas.

Plum Passion Hydrangea

Plum Passion Hydrangea

Hydrangea aspera 'Plum Passion'

This first ever purple leaved hydrangea is an exciting addition to North American gardens. Discovered in China, this unique shrub was brought to Monrovia by plant explorer Dan Hinkley. Foliage is dark purple on the upper side of the leaf and rosy purple on the underside. Wispy, mid-sized, summer-blooming flowers are somewhat insignificant in contrast with the dramatic, colourful foliage. Deciduous. Best when grown in full to part shade in moist soils. Will reach 5-6ft tall and wide. Hardy in USDA zones 7-10. Some winter protection is recommended.

Scarlet Ovation Evergreen Huckleberry

Scarlet Ovation Evergreen Huckleberry

Vaccinium ovatum 'Vacsid1'

Scarlet Ovation is an evergreen huckleberry with two notable improvements. New growth is brighter red and more consistent while growth is more compact. It has beautiful bright bronzy red foliage in spring and matures to green in early to mid-summer. Dark blue berries appear around August. Scarlet Ovation is a striking addition to any landscape and offers a showy display for months. Perfect for use as a specimen plant or in mass plantings. Best when grown in full sun to part shade in moist, but well drained soils. Grows to 36 inches tall and wide.

Cascade Dawn Flowering Maple

Cascade Dawn Flowering Maple

Abutilon x hybridum 'Cascade Dawn'

This frost tolerant selection of Flowering Maple is from renowned plantsman Dan Hinkley's Windcliff Garden' Reddish-orange lantern-like flowers appear continously for months. Looks great in the background border combined with light coloured flowers and foliage. Semi-evergreen. Best when planted in part to full sun. Fast growing to 6-8ft high and wide. Hardy in USDA zones 8-11. Winter protection is required.

Quantities of these items is limited and seasonal. Always call ahead to confirm availability as our stock is always changing. If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 604.882.1201 or visit Art's Nursery in person.

Blueberry Glaze Brazel Berry

Blueberry Glaze Brazelberry - Coming Spring 2014

Vaccinium 'Blueberry Glaze'

Blueberry glaze is a blueberry treat unlike any other. Its foliage resembles boxwood with its compact stature and glossy emerald leaves. The white spring blossoms are a beautiful contrast to the dark foliage. Summer berries ripen into a rainbow event as berries turn from yellow, to light burgundy to dark blue. the aromatic fruit is almost black when ripe and is packed with anti-oxidants and intense flavour, much like wild blueberries. Great as a landscape plant or an edible. Like other Brazel Berries it is also ideal for patio containers. Grows 2-3ft tall and wide. Best when grown in full sun and moist, but well drained acidic soils. Available in Spring 2014 at Art's Nursery.

 


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