Broadleaf varieties

Broadleaf varieties

AZALEA ‘KARENS’ ( Karens Azalea )

Flowers are bright peach pink color, but appear two weeks later than PJM Rhododendron. 20” high and 24” wide. Bur-gundy red fall color. Sun. ( Available in #3 pot)

BUXUS ‘GLENCOE’ ( Chicagoland Green® Boxwood )

Hardy selection with excellent green winter foliage and uniform growth habit. Height 3’ and spread of 3’. Sun, Partial Shade. ( Available in #3, 18″, 24″ widths)

BUXUS ‘GREEN MOUNTAIN’ ( Green Mountain Boxwood )

Versatile plant meets two landscaping requirements. Up-right conical form for specimen needs and upright columnar form for formal hedges. Good alternative to Taxus Hicks in small areas. Sun, Partial Shade.

(Available in Columnar form 18″, 24″, 30″ Heights)

(Available in Pyramidal form 18″, 24″ Heights)

BUXUS ‘GREEN VELVET’ ( Green Velvet Boxwood )

This is a round, full-bodied type with a vigorous habit. Height 3’ and width 3’. Sun, Partial Shade.  (Available in #3, 18″, 24″, 30″ widths)

Rhododendron P.J.M. Amy Cotta (Amy Cotta PJM Rhododendron)-NEW!

A heavy blooming form of PJM. Abundant lavender-pink spring flowers. Semi-dwarf plant perfect for sites that call for a compact flowering evergreen. Dense foliage is smaller and darker than PJM. Height 2-3’ with a 3.5-4.5’ spread. Zone 4

RHODODENDRON P.J.M. ‘COMPACT’ ( Compact P.J.M. Rhododendron )

Hardy Rhododendron. Compact form with lavender-pink flowers and dark green leaves. Most requested Rhododen-dron in the midwest. Height 4’ and width 4’.
Sun, Partial Shade. (Available in #3 pot)