The Canadian hemlock is a graceful tree, handsome and regal throughout the year, softer in form and texture than most other conifers. Because of its positive response to pruning and because it doesn't lose its lower limbs, the Canadian hemlock is ideal as a sheared or unsheared hedge. This large tree can also be kept short with pruning. Canadian hemlock requires moist, acidic soil with good drainage. It can be grown in full sun or shade. It grows in rocky areas (not limestone) where a great deal of organic matter is present.
Fresh cut sunflowers, glads and mixed bouquets! Perfect for any occasion, gift, or just for decorating your home! Brighten up your kitchen while the blooms are beautiful!
The first repeat blooming mophead Hydrangea. Remove spent flowers to have blooms from spring to fall. Cut emerging spring growth back to half to increase the number of pink (in alkaline soil) or blue (in acidic soils with sufficient aluminum) blooms.
A profusion of bright red berries fall through winter. Use Blue Prince Holly as a pollenizer for berry set. Displays dense, blue green foliage on purple stems. Evergreen.
Tight branched and compact with burgundy fall foliage and coral-red winter stems. A fast growing and tough shrubs for use as a hedge or landscape accent.
Primrose plants can be used in your garden beds, borders and containers! Add some STUNNING color to your garden or landscape with their bright vibrant colors. Pick up your 4" Primrose plants right here at Sawyer Garden Center.
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Aptly named, this new Hydrangea has great appeal because of the large, mophead flowers that begin to bloom in spring and repeat through fall. A very cold-hardy selection. Blooms are pink in alkaline soils and blue in acidic soils. Matures 3-5 feet tall and wide.
Striking foliage is purple with irregular pinkish-white and rose borders. A colorful addition to the landscape, giving an overall pink effect. Not recommended for hot, dry areas. Deciduous.
Excellent evergreen shrub for small hedges. Among the hardiest of Boxwoods, the rich green foliage acquires a golden bronze hue through winter, returning to green in spring. Evergreen.
These rosy-pink flowers make a high impact display in your garden when displayed against their dark purple, glossy foliage. This variety produces copious amounts of flowers in spring, and will re-bloom throughout the summer.
A full bodied boxwood well suited for dense, low hedges. Foliage retains its rich green color throughout winter. Vigorous, rounded form if left unsheared. Evergreen.
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