Dark purple buds open to white flowers with a cinnamon-purple band in May/June. The new growth emerges with a bronzy red color then truns dark glossy green. A vigorous grower.
Evergreen shrub. Cinnamon purple flowers in late spring. Grows best in acid soil and part shade.
Deeply cut flower lobes make the flowers star-shaped. Very attractive with swirled rings of burgundy.
Compact form with smaller dense, dark green leaves. Flowers are borne in 10-15cm terminal clusters red in bud opening to pink in Late May - June; sun or shade. Plant in well drained soil.
Grown for its showy flowers, is best suited in an informal border or woodland setting. Leaves are oval, dark green, glossy, to 5 inches long. Pink cup-shaped flowers.
Evergreen foliage, compact growth. Deep red buds
appear in May opening to a paler pink in June. Can
grow in Sun or partial shade, shallow rooted, mulch. Needs well drained soil.
A fine selection of the compact North American native plant with red buds opening to candy striped flowers. Best plant in the 1991 Boston Flower Show.
Pink buds open to cinnamon-maroon flowers with a white center and scalloped white edges. Likes moist, humus, acidic, well-drained soil. Great evergreen shrub for the border or woodland.
Showy, maroon banded, star shaped flowers open in abundance in late spring to early summer. A 'little leaf' variety with a mounded spreading form. Desirable for areas of cool moist soil in full sun to part shad
Medium pink flowers in large trusses of bowl-shaped blooms. Long glossy dark green leaves. Dwarf evergreen. Likes moist, humus, acidic, well-drained soil. Great shrub for the border or woodland
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