Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Posted By: in Shrubs

Looking for something new and unique for your garden? We have just brought in some new Proven Winners plants that are sure to please! Proven Winners partners with the top plant breeders around the world to ensure their plants are healthy, vibrant, and unique.

Here are a few of the new plants we have for you to choose from.

Sugar shack Button Brush

Sugar Shack Buttonbush

Cephalanthus occidentalis ‘Sugar Shack’

Buttonbush used to be a shrub that was too big for most gardens but now we have Sugar Shack which is smaller and more manageable! Sugar Shack starts with fragrant white flowers and follows with red fruits. A three seasons of interest plant. Attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds too! A great plant for naturalizing or mass planting in wet areas. Trim in early spring if required. Grows 3-4ft tall and wide. Hardy to zone 6.

Purple Pearls BeautyBerry

Purple Pearls Beautyberry

Callicarpa ‘Purple Pearls

Purple Pearls has leaves that are tinged with purple as well as pretty pink flowers in the fall which turn into very large purple berries that cover the whole shrub throughout the winter. A definite show stopper for the fall/winter garden!

Great Gatsby Oakleaf Hydrangea

Gatsby Star Oakleaf Hydrangea

Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Gatsby Star'

This white double blooming hydrangea has pointed petals instead of rounded! Gatsby Star is sure to catch your eye with its beautiful lacey panicles that bloom all summer and then with its burgundy fall foliage! Blooms on old wood. Grows best in sun to part shade. Will reach 5-6ft tall and wide. Hardy in zones 5-9.

Bloomerang Dark Purple Lilac

Bloomerang Dark Purple Lilac

Syringa Bloomerang ‘Dark Purple’

If you love lilacs you will love Bloomerang Dark Purple! This plant blooms in spring like all lilacs do but then it keeps on blooming throughout the summer and fall! You can enjoy the large, rounded, fragrant blooms for three season! This is a must have.

Splendid Star Pampas Grass

Splendid Star Pampas Grass

Cortaderia selloana 'Splendid Star'

This low growing Pampas grass is a great credit to its name. Splendid Star features yellow and green variegated foliage and dusty white flowers on tall stalks. It is an ideal plant for many uses in the garden, where it will grow in an attractive pot on the patio or balcony, but can also be used as an outstanding feature in borders or in small groups. It grows to an approximate height of 70cm. Does best in full sun and well drained soils. Protect Pampas grass from severe frost.

Pucker Up! Red Twig Dogwood

Pucker Up! Red Twig Dogwood

Cornus stolonifera 'Pucker Up!'

Pucker Up! is a new red twig shrub dogwood variety with uniquely puckered leaves and beautiful red stems in winter. It is a great deer resistant shrub that tolerates moist and even somewhat wey conditions. Grows to 3-4ft high and does best in sun to part shade. Hardy in zones 3-8

Tiny Wine Ninebark

Tiny Wine Ninebark

Physocarpus opulifolius 'Tiny Wine'

This little deciduous shrub is gorgeous when its dainty white flowers bloom all up and down the stems in late spring. When the flowers are done the dark bronze-maroon foliage looks great in the garden for the rest of the season. Excellent as a foundation or accent shrub in the garden. Could also be used in containers. Grows to 4ft in height and 3ft in spread.

Lemon Lace Elderberry

Lemon Lace Elderberry

Sambucus racemosa 'Lemon Lace'

 Lemon Lace is a new shrub for 2014-2015 with amazing texture, bright color and wonderful for moist troublespots in the garden. Colorful, shaggy mound of gold threads light up landscapes all summer long. New growth is colourful and reddish. White summer flowers produce red fruit in fall. Excellent as specimen plant or mixed borders. If required, prune after flowering. Grows 3-5 tall and wide. Extremely hardy down to USDA Zone 3

Blue Jangles Hydrangea

Lets Dance Blue Jangles Re-Blooming Hydrangea

Hydrangea Let's Dance 'Blue Jangles'

New for 2014-2015. Blue Jangles is a compact, re-blooming hydrangea with vibrant colour and traditional mophead blooms. Each floret has distinctive eyes for added effect. A real standout in the garden and in the container because of its sturdy frame and its propensity to bloom. This workhorse will delight you with rich blue blooms each summer. Prefers moist, but well drained soils. Soil pH will affect flower colour: blue in acidic soils, pink in alkaline or basic ones. Trim immediately after flowering. Grows to 2-3ft in height and spread.

Spice Ball Korean Spice Viburnum

Spice Ball Viburnum

Viburnum carlesii 'Spice Ball'

This elegant compact viburnum is sure to delight with its fragrant spring flowers. Blooms are white with hints of light and dark pink. It has all of the intoxicating, spicy spring elegance of the Korean Spice Viburnum in a small package that's excellent for home or urban gardens. Its a great plant for foundation plantings and mixed borders. Prefers full to part sun and moist, but well drained soils. Grows 3-5ft tall and just as wide. Hardy in USDA zones 4-8. For best results apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring and prune after flowering.

We have many more new Proven Winners plants so visit us today to get yours! And don’t worry, fall is great time to be planting. The rainfall and cooler temperatures but still warm soil make right now the perfect time to plant. Plants will have plenty of time to settle in before winter. As always, our selection is always changing. Please call ahead, 604.882.1201, to confirm availability.

Rebecca van der Zalm

Rebecca van der Zalm

Rebecca is an owner and the ‘Plant Boss’ of Art’s Nursery Garden & Home, a large family owned garden centre in Surrey. Fueled by her passion for plants and the occasional grande vanilla latte, Rebecca strives to share her love of gardening at every opportunity. The goal: to offer more service, more selection and more fun.
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